American Friends Service Committee-Arizona (AFSC-AZ) is now offering a PAID six-month internship! The Media Arts Intern for AFSC-AZ in Tucson will help produce short videos and the ReFraming Justice podcast, research topics and guests, transcribe interviews, and create graphics for use on social media and in organizational promotions. This internship – paid $15 per hour for 10 hours per week – is designed to provide the intern with valuable experience and transferable skills.
AFSC-AZ is a non-profit organization dedicated to achieving social justice. The mission of the Tucson office is to reduce the size and scope of the criminal punishment system through policy-making, legislative advocacy, and media work. Persons of colors and those formerly incarcerated or system-involved are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.
Intern responsibilities and functions will include:
- Transcribing interviews for the ReFraming Justice podcast (6-8 episodes) and scheduling/researching potential guests and topics.
- Helping create up to two 3-minute short videos each month.
- Designing one graphic for use on social media each week.
- Writing at least one 500-word blog during the course of the internship.
- Aiding in any other relevant projects that emerge over the course of the internship.
- Base knowledge of design principles, typography, and color theory.
- Experience in graphic- or multimedia-design; prior video work is also a plus.
- Excellent transcription skills.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Strong desire to help achieve AFSC-AZ’s mission.
To apply, please answer the following questions:
Once you have submitted the above answers, an AFSC-AZ staff member will reply within 48 hours. For more information about the American Friends Service Committee, click here. To learn about the AFSC-AZ Tucson staff, click here.