Videography

The Office of Marketing and University Communication offers a video internship or video student employment opportunity. Video interns can expect a wide variety of video assignments for the university’s social media channels and, news blog and  website. Various video projects range from event coverage, student life, academics, and social media videos. A high degree of professionalism is expected as assignments will involve campus-community events and filming professors and students in classrooms/labs.  

Qualifications:  
  • Applicants must have skills in filming and video editing.  
  • Computer knowledge in Adobe Premiere Pro or Adobe Premiere Rush is highly recommended.  
  • Completion of photo/video-related courses (desired but not mandatory), such as ART 243 Intro to Photography, ART 343 Photography II, ART 344 Photography III, COMM 301 How to Create Great Social Media Content, COMM 302 News Reporting and Writing, COMM 307 Video Production, COMM 378 Advanced Video Production, DESIGN 433 Advanced Studio.   
  • All applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and must be enrolled in at least 6 undergraduate or 5 graduate credits and must have at least 1-2 semesters remaining to apply.  
Job Location:  Cofrin Library 820, UW-Green Bay, Green Bay campus.  

Student Status: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, or Senior  

Majors/Minors:  Art, Communication, Marketing, Design Arts, Humanities Film and Cinema Studies  

Scope of Responsibilities:  
The Video Intern is responsible for filming and editing video clips of campus events, academics, and campus life. The video intern will be expected to complete tasks assigned, and other duties as assigned by the University Videographer/Photographer. Intern must be able to work independently in a wide range of environments. Evening and weekend work may be required.  

Specific Responsibilities:  
  • Conceptualize and create high-quality videos and b-roll clips of academics, student life, campus scenes, and events at UW-Green Bay.  
  • Film on-location interviews.   
  • Perform pre-production work (scheduling and writing interview questions).  
  • Consult with communication/marketing clients to understand video objectives.  
  • Produce videos and b-roll in compliance with the goals and mission of the UW -Green Bay and the established personality/brand of our university.  
  • Operate Canon or Fujifilm digital camera, Feiyutech stabilizing gimbal, Zoom voice recorder, lapel mic, tripod, and video lights.  
  • Operate Adobe Premiere Pro or Adobe Premiere Rush software for video editing.  
  • Completion of other duties (possibly photo capture, photo, and b-roll editing).  
Compensation:  
Compensation in the fall semester comprises a salary of $10 per hour and receiving three credits for internship work. The student employee/intern works 10 hours every week. Internship opportunities such as COMM 497, DESIGN 497, HUM STUD 497, MKTG 497, THEATRE 497 Internships. The best part is that you receive the opportunity to learn video production experience and mentoring from a professional videographer/photographer, build a visual portfolio, and reference for future career opportunities.   

To Apply: Send a resume, cover letter, and YouTube URL video examples to Sue Pischke, pischkes@uwgb.edu by June 3, 2022.

Direct questions to the contact information below:  
Sue Pischke, University Videographer/Photographer  
2420 Nicolet Dr. Green Bay, WI 54311  
Phone: 920-465-2924  
Email: pischkes@uwgb.edu   

Approved for Communication academic credit.
 

About UW-Green Bay Marketing and University Communication

The Office of Marketing and University Communication is responsible for providing news and information about the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to audiences on- and off-campus. The office communicates a positive, up-to-date, understandable image of the University through a wide range of sources. The M/UC staff prepares and distributes news releases, produces University publications and serves the campus community by providing advice on media relations, marketing, special events and other areas of communication. In addition, the office is a resource for news media seeking campus sources who can provide expert commentary on newsworthy topics.