Video Production Internship
Video production interns at Summit are given the opportunity to build experience and further their filmmaking skills through working on many projects over a summer. We believe that well-told stories have the power to impact hearts and minds, and film is one of the strongest mediums for doing just that. We focus on visual storytelling and being intentional with every step of the production process, whether it be for a social media video or Student Conference highlight film. In every project, we hone in on how to tell stories in relational and meaningful ways, using the decisions of lighting, lenses, and movement (to name a few) to further that message.
Daily education, spiritual development, lots of hands-on practice, and regular feedback are major parts of the program. During the internship, each intern will work be a part of making multiple videos, and will take full responsibility for at least one project, guiding it through pre-production, production, and post-production processes. The environment is energetic, relational, and fast-paced.
Reports to: Andrew Winchell, Videographer
Location: Summit Headquarters, Manitou Springs, CO
Department: Support Services
Hours: 40 hours per week, overtime as needed
Compensation: Paid/bi-weekly stipend plus meals & housing
Interns work for one or both time frames:
- May 14th – July 13th
- July 15th – August 31st
- Assist in accomplishing Summit’s video production goals.
- Take responsibility for producing video projects and leading them to completion by walking through the steps of pre-production, creating schedules, assigning shoots, conducting interviews, keeping up with media management and editing, and regularly checking in with Summit’s Videographer.
- Operate cameras for recording lectures and live streaming events. Learn the role of technical directing in a live production multi-camera environment.
- Be present and always looking to capture Student Conferences from new ways and unique perspectives. A camera should never be far from your reach.
- Handle media in a responsible, organized way that ensures not losing footage and maintaining the established organizational systems.
- Must be at least 18 years old by internship start date
- Eagerness to learn, both in a group teaching setting and through receiving specific feedback
- Familiarity with operating DSLR’s and camcorders
- Basic knowledge of editing in Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adept at creative problem-solving, works well in a team, willing to be flexible, and able to manage projects and meet deadlines