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Video Digitization InternPosted by: Missouri History Museum
Posted date: 2013-Jul-19
Location: Greater St. Louis Metro Area
Missouri History Museum
St. Louis, MO
The Missouri History Museum is accepting applications from students who are interested in an unpaid internship with our digital initiatives department.
The video digitization intern will assist the curator of moving images and sound collections with the inspection, cataloging, assembly, and digitization of new and pre-existing video collections. The intern will gain training and experience with the handling, triage, preservation, digitization, record keeping, documentation, and review of a variety of video formats.
The schedule is flexible, with work hours typically between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and will be determined with the supervisor. A minimum of ten hours of work per week is required.
Graduate or undergraduate students in good academic standing will be considered. The preferred candidate is studying video/film production; communications, or journalism and possesses visual acuity and good tactile sensitivity. Some experience in video editing and expertise with NLE (Non-Linear Editing) software, preferably Final Cut Pro X desirable.
The Missouri History Museum is a nonprofit organization dedicated to deepening the understanding of past choices, present circumstances and future possibilities; strengthening the bond of community and facilitating solutions to common problems.
To apply, the applicant must provide a resume and a short statement of the candidate’s interest and/or intent in applying for the internship. If chosen for an interview, candidate will be asked to supply two references. Completed applications should be sent by e-mail to:
Vicki Kaffenberger: vakmohistory.org