Every week the E-Media Division is informed of opportunities for our students or, in some cases graduates, that they may want to pursue. Students should check this list regularly.
Videographers: A talented videographer is needed on May 10, 2014 beginning at 6:30PM for a wedding and partial reception at Ault Park. The individual selected will receive wages and dinner. Editing experience is needed. For more information, contact Amy Molleran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-885-1109.
Videographers: American Investigation of DNA Services, a non-profit company serving the needs of the falsely accused is looking for student help with a promotional video. Please contact Robert Fant at email@example.com if interested.
Videographers: The Cincinnati affiliate of Susan G. Komen Foundation, a non-profit organization is looking for student videographers to create Youtube videos and for the upcoming Race for the Cure in September. If interested, please contact Julie Oberschmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Videographers: There is an opportunity to create high profile videos of on campus labs at UC for LabTV. You would be working alongside David Hoffman, an Emmy Award nominated filmmaker as well as having a chance to win $10,000. For guidelines, production overview, technical requirements and other detailed information as well as the application, go to: http://lab-tv.org/filmmakers. The application should be submitted as soon as possible as spaces are limited.
Videographer: St. Joseph Orphanage is looking for a student to help produce a video to been shown at their 2014 Fundraiser/Gala in May. Please contact Jim Jenkins at email@example.com or 513-741-5690 ext. 2103 if interested. For more information about St. Joseph's, click here stjosephorphanage.org.
Videographer: A talented videographer is needed on Oct 25th, 2013 from 10:30am-noon at a book signing in Loveland, OH. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain first class experience to add to your resume. Transportation can be provided if necessary. Compensation will be discussed. Call (513) 512-7456 immediately for an interview and more information. Must have own equipment.
Videographer and Editor: Paid opportunity to tape and edit stand-ups for a demo reel, approximately a two hour shoot. Must have video equipment and final cut pro editing software. For more information, contact Janeen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 708-941-8261.
Videographer:Totally You Women’s Ministry is looking for a student videographer for an upcoming conference. Must have your own equipment including video and microphones. Videographer will be expected to videotape the conference—recording both video and audio. Microphones will also be needed for guest speaker(s). Event will be held Saturday September 28, 2013 from 9:00am-1:00pm. To negotiate compensation and for more information please contact Lavinia Marshall via email at email@example.com.
Design Interns: Apex Supply Chain Technologies, LLC is seeking college juniors, seniors, graduate students or recent graduates to fill two paid part-time design internships (or one of 40 hours) at its world headquarters in Mason, Ohio near Kings Island. If you are interested in the internships, email your resume and portfolio (or link to your portfolio) to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Design Intern”.
Video Production: The UC International Admissions Office is hiring a student worker to create high-quality, engaging videos to showcase the university and help interested students navigate the enrollment process. If you have experience in video production and want to help build UC’s international reputation, visit www.jobsatuc.com and search position number 2122561 to apply.
Outreach Coordinator: The Music Resource Center Cincinnati is seeking an Outreach Coordinator to oversee MRC's digital music workshops for teens. Resume and salary requirements can be sent to email@example.com.
Production Help: Locally produced movie needs help June 24- July 13 with post-production to follow. Seeking students or recent grads with audio and/or production logistics skills. Contact Brian Crone at Brian@swingx.net or check out the website, www.swingx.net
New Media "Intern": UC seeks a student to work 15-20 hours a week from May 1, 2013 to April 30, 2014 to assist the Web/Social Media Team with developing and maintaining Web and Social media content for the UC Foundation, the Alumni Association and the Proudly Cincinnati Campaign. This is not an internship for academic credit so sophomore and juniors with the right skills may apply. Click here for more information and to apply for this opportunity. http://www.uc.edu/foundation/contact/jobs/student_employment/openings.html#newmedia
Summer Intern Wanted: Creative Services for the LPGA in Daytona Beach, Florida is looking for a summer intern to do editing of video features for the web, posting content to their website, capturing footage from their event telecasts, and video production for sales presentations. Small stipend possible. Must be senior or near senior status to be eligible. Contact Jenny Gold - LPGA Content Producer, Digital Media at Cell: 513-505-3567,Work: 386-274-6249 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Production in Columbus: The Ohio Legislative Service Commission seeks graduates for a year-long opportunity, starting December 2013. The two selected Telecommunications Fellows will be assigned to a wide range of production duties with the Ohio government media channel. Pay is $26,750 with opportunity for a bonus. Applications due May 31. Information and application forms at http://www.lsc.state.oh.us/fellowship/
$3,000 Scholarship: The Ohio Valley National Association of Television Arts and Sciences is accepting applications for this excellent award. ohiovalleyemmy.org
Editor: CCM doctoral student has footage of himself conducting orchestras that he wishes to have edited. Will pay.
Contact Lance Inouye at 513-439-0525 or email@example.com
Interns Wanted: Interior Design business seeking interns to fill following positions: web and social media specialist; marketing director; blog content writer, design administrative director. Performance-based bonus offered. Application deadline: 4/10/13. Contact Ricci Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info.
New Media "Intern": The UC Foundation seeks a junior or senior with HTML, Photoshop, video production, editing, oral and written communication skills to work 15-20 hours per week, May 2013 through April 2014. An excellent opportunity. Not an academic internship. For more information and to apply online see: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=4295661
Web Design and Development: webFEAT in Cincinnati is looking for new employees in web design, search engine optimization, and content writing. Contact Emily Latham, E-Media '12, for more information at email@example.com
Audio and Video Work: Jonathan Rohs, who records CCM students and faculty, needs some help with the busy upcoming recital season. Will pay $25 an hour. Contact Jon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Internships: Digital media internships with Clear Channel Media + Entertainment Cincinnati are available for summer semester 2013. Website development, creation of banners, videos, etc. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite CS5. Unpaid. Contact Logan Sand, Promotions Director, email@example.com.
Videograher/Editor: UC's School of Planning is seeking a skilled intern or student worker with their own HD video camera to shoot and edit a 3-4 minute promotional video for the internet and to show prospective students. Some help with scripting is needed. Paid position. Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Communications Assistant: UC College of Applied Science seeks student worker to assist in the redesign of the college website. Duties include writing, editing and gathering content; building pages via content management system (Sitefinithy) generating audio and video content; and more. This opportunity could start this summer and continue through 13-14 academic year. Internship or job. Ideal for a current junior with knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign, Illustrator) social media, Windows and Mac operating systems. For more information contact Jill Hafner at email@example.com
Intern in Washington: The Institute on Political Journalism offers summer internships in journalism, communications and public relations at a variety of media organizations. Financial support provided. Apply now. More information at Dcinternships.org
Part-time Work or Paid Internship: Bella Forza Fitness seeks an intern or part-time worker to help with their expansion. They are looking for someone with excellent creative writing skills and experience in social media and blogging. This is a paid position in an awarding environment. Contact Beth Underhill at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513-871-2334 to apply for this position.
Scholarships: The Ohio Broadcasters Foundation offers two $3000 scholarships for incoming juniors or seniors. Check out details at www.oab.org/scholarships. Deadline to apply is March 2.
Videographer: CCM's Opera department will pay a qualified student who has camera and microphones $250 to shoot two opera productions. Feb. 22, 23, or 24. For more information, contact email@example.com or E-Media Division Head Marjorie Fox.
Internship: Artworks Cincinnati seeks an intern with writing and social medial skills to work with SpringBoard in business development for artisans and creative entrepreneurs. Photography and videography skills a plus. Unpaid. More information on artworkscincinnati.org. Send resume and cover letter to Caitlin@ArtWorksCincinnati.org by January.
Internship: Cincinnati City Council has two opportunities for interns. Looking for students with experience in creating social media, website development and possessing excellent writing skills. Add real world experience to your resume. Could develop into a paid position. Contact Laure Quinlivan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-520-4809 to apply for spring and/or summer internship.
Production Assistant: Cincinnati-based documentary producer looking for a recent graduate or intern to be production assistant for important upcoming projects. Paid position. Seeking an ambitious person with strong computer, production and organizational skills. Contact email@example.com
Production job: The PPS Group seeks recent grad with skills in photography, still image, digital scanning and photo editing software. Four to eight week position but additional assignments possible. Applicants must be detail oriented and able to work without close supervision. Need person to start asap. Contact E-Media graduate Paul Calardo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paid Opportunity: CCM student Edward Neeman seeking help with Final Cut Pro. Contact email@example.com or 347-768-9401
Paid Internship: UC's Academic Health Center seeks spring semester intern to assist with the development and maintenance of Web and digital communications. Duties include writing and developing content for e-publications, websites and social media outlets; updating and developing various websites; maintaining and promoting the organization’s social media platforms; researching new digital communications tactics; generating audio and video content; and writing and designing marketing messages. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite a plus. Contact Jill.Hafner@uc.edu or Richard.Puff@uc.edu.
Production Assistant: Paid opportunity to assist E-Media alum with a corporate shoot coming up next week. Send resume and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wedding Videographer: Needed Saturday night, November 10. Will pay $500. Contact Sara Rose Roman at email@example.com.
CCM applicant seeks student to edit video with Garage Band audio track. Will pay $75. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio Manager & Multimedia Technologist: The Cleveland School of Music has a full-time opening for a media production specialist. Bachelors degree and 1-3 years paid experience in video production and post production expected. For more information see attached.
Scripps Digital Job Fair: Lots of opportunities here.http://escrippsnews.scrippsnet.com/node/2607Posted
Podcast Development: UC's Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development seeks E-Media students to help develop podcasts for training workshops. Paid position. Contact Dr. Terri Hurdle at 556-0677 or email@example.com.
Student Digital Media Specialist: UC has a paid position opening in the College of Education Criminal Justice Division for a student digital media specialist. For more information. Interested applicants should email a resume to John Schwartz at John.Schwartz@uc.edu.
Paid Video Production Internship: Kroger's downtown corporate office seeks video production intern. Duties include editing with Final Cut Pro, camera operation, assisting producers on shoots, and general office duties. This opportunity runs late August to early May. Applicants (E-Media seniors or last semester juniors) should send resume and demo reel to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TV Production Part-time: FOX19 is hiring for its new morning show. Good job for students because it is weekend work. Contact Paul Southwick, E-Media '95, for more information. 513-562-2430.
Web Assistance: The E-Media Division needs a student to help with the content management system of this web site. One to two credits independent study each semester. Contact Professor Fox if interested. 556-9491 or email@example.com
Internships: In video production, motion graphics, animation at Kids Club, part of Crossroads, a mega-church in Cincinnati. An opportunity to build your portfolio. Contact Kids' Club creative director Dave Little at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513.731.7400 ex. 592.
Performance Program Internship: The Contemporary Arts Center in Downtown Cincinnati seeks an intern to assist the performance curator with administrative, logistical and hands-on-support. Contact Drew Klein at 513.345.8424 or email@example.com
Internship: Waternutureslife.com, a local startup, has opportunities in graphics, blogging, social media, Google analytics and more. Contact Allen Feibelman at 513.375.3291 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Radio Internships: Local stations WQRT and WCVX seek E-Media interns. Contact manager Jamey Schleue at 513-608-7777 or email@example.com
Videography Assignment: Cardinal Pacelli school in Cincinnati will pay a videographer to shoot and edit a junior high flash dance the morning of May 15. Contact Wendy Yip at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Internship: Cincy Unscripted seeks reliable, flexible intern with a knowledge and interest of the local and national sports scene and pop culture to join their small production team. This is an opportunity to assist with pre-production of a reality tv show. Send letter of interest and resume to Joe Aaron, 3734 Settle Road, Cincinnati, OH 45227 or email@example.com.
Video Projectionist: Part time job at Museum Center Omnimax Theater as projectionist and audio-visual operations for events. For more information cincymuseum.org/jobs
Paid Cincinnati Internships: Apply ASAP for excellent production internships at eyeglass retailer, Luxottica. Summer internships. For consideration contact Tim Duebber, senior video editor (and 2003 E-Media graduate) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Internships: Peanut Butter Jelly Co. seeks creative, professionally-minded, and social-media savvy interns. Adept at microsoft office and in Adobe CS4 (or higher). Contact Chris Uihlein at 18 W. Seventh Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 or http://makepbj.com.
Paid Advertising Internships in Chicago: Draftfcb, an international ad agency, offers paid summer internships in video and audio production, web and print design, plus media planning and account stategy in its Chicago office. A great opportunity brought to our attention by '08 graduate Dan Diaczun. Apply by April 30. For more information http://internship.draftfcb.net.
Paid Internship at Kroger TV: KTV seeks a summer intern ( May through August) and another for September through May next academic year. These are excellent opportunities in video production. Submit resume and demo reel to email@example.com
Teaching Assistant Spring Quarter: The E-Media Division has an immediate need for a student to work as a TA for Professor Grace Epstein who will be teaching Survey of Film, Thursday evenings. Will pay $10 per hour, 10 hours a week. Contact Professor Fox asap if you are interested. 556-9491 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital Media Specialist: UC's College of Criminal Justice and Education seeks a student with knowledge of Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut X, Compressor, DVD Studio and more for a part-time position. Interested applicants should send resume to John.Schwartz@uc.edu.
Summer jobs to support the live productions at Cedar Point in northern Ohio. Audio technicians and other live production experts needed. Apply in March. For more information cedarpoint.com/jobs
Video Production work: Suburban-based Infinitnutrition seeks freelancer to do edit video and produce animation for their web site. Contact Mike Folan: email@example.com
Advertising Career Day:The Cincinnati Ad Club invites students interested in advertising to its career day this Friday. Cost: $35. For more information.
Paid Fellowships: The Ohio Legislative Service Commission seeks graduates for fellowships to work in the state's teleproduction facility in Columbus. Applicants must apply by May 31, 2012 and graduate by December 2012. $26,000 annual salary plus benefits. Brochures available in E-Media office. Or visit www.lsc.state.oh.us
Videographer/Editor: The division needs a skilled student to shoot and edit a 3-4 minute scripted video to be shown at upcoming alumni events. Will pay $300. Needs to be completed by end of March. Contact Professor Fox if you are interested. firstname.lastname@example.org or 556-9491.
Volunteer or Intern: Downtown-based modeling agency seeks a student with video and Photoshop skills to help with promotion and production this summer. Contact Jake Long at email@example.com
Recording Internship: Recording Engineer needed for the Lake George Music Festival in the Adirondacks August 17-23. The dates make this difficult for an E-Media undergraduate but a new graduate might look into the opportunity at www.lakegeorgemusicfestival.com. Unpaid, but housing provided. Apply by March 15.
Volunteer: The parents of a 9 year old girl who recently had a bone marrow transplant are seeking a female with basic video skills to shoot and edit a video of a musical performance the little girl has written and wants to perform. This sounds like a couple hours shooting and a simple edit. Contact Professor Fox if you would be interested in helping this child.
Paid Internship: Kroger seeks advanced video production students/new grads with good communication skills, professional behavior, and creativity to assist the Kroger Television Group in producing material for Kroger associates. 24-34 hours a week position. Apply through www.careerbuilder.com. Category Media, Industry: Retail by February 27.
Paid Internship: Under Armour, a manufacturer of sports clothing and accessories, based in Baltimore, Maryland, offers 10-week summer internships. Apply through February. Information: www.uabiz.com/careers/interns.cfm
Internship in Web Development: Super Systems Optical Technology is expanding and seeks spring quarter E-Media intern to help develop a new consumer-directed website. Flexible hours and possibility of small stipend at end of internship. Preference given to student who has completed New Media I and II. Contact Mark Bordicks, 2011 E-Media graduate, for more information. Mark@superoptical.com or 513-321-2456. The company is based in Cincinnati.
Intern or Volunteer: Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services seeks a videographer to produce profiles of some of the people they serve. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship at City Hall: Cincinnati City Council member Laure Quinlivan seeks interns to help with social media and web site management, video creation, legislative issues research, and public outreach. Great all-around experience. Contact email@example.com or call 513-352-5303 or 513-520-4809/
Media Writer/Editor: The University of South Carolina School of Music seeks public information officer to oversee production and writing/editing of all music publications and electronic communications. Bachelor's degree and two years experience, background in music required. For more information go to https://uscjobs.sc.edu/applicants
Podcast Recording Volunteer: UC's Classics Department and the Cincinnati Museum Center are creating material for the Pompeii exhibit coming to the CMC in the Spring. They need a student to record 10-12 short, scripted podcasts the week of February 13. Good opportunity for a service project. If interested, contact Ann Santen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 561-4138.
Executive Assistant: The American Classical Music Hall of Fame seeks a part-time person with excellent computer skills and writing and personal skills to work on marketing, web development, social media campaigns and more. The non-profit is currently working on a ground-breaking technology-driven project called the Walk of Fame in Over-the-Rhine's Washington Park. The executive assistant will have the opportunity to be part of the team to build this innovative project. 20-25 hours a week Send cv and reference list to:
Scholarships for Women: Money is available to women studying visual arts, music and drama based upon applicant's talent, character and need. For juniors and seniors. Auditions March 3. Application Deadline February 10. Over $49,000 awarded in 2011 to women studying at Cincinnati area colleges. For information: www.3artsscholarship.org
Graduate Assistantships: Earn a master's degree in Broadcast & Cinematic Arts while assisting with teaching, production, and administrative activities. $10,400 stipend plus tuition and fees. Central Michigan University. Application at www.bca.cmich.edu.
Scholarships for students interested in news: The RTNDA offers eight scholarship for students preparing for careers in radio or television. Applications due by April 1. For details visit www.RTNDA.org.
Spring Internships at Fox19: Unpaid internships are offered in news, sports, weather, promotion, production and sales. Internship application and more information available under "contact us" on Fox19 Web site. Deadline to apply for spring quarter internships is January 1.
Video/Audio Editing: A community-building initiative with a national scope and a Cincinnati office seeks to hire a thoughtful and skilled individual to help organize and edit 3-5 minute video and audio segments from an inventory of video and audio materials. For www.abundantcommunity.com. Contact Peter Block at email@example.com for more information.
Videographer: UC's Medical School and the Center for Service Learning & Civic Engagement will pay a small stiped to an E-Media student to shoot and edit a 10 minute video about doctors' views on humanism in medicine. The video will be completed and shown at a public event in March. This could be done as a winter quarter independent study. Please let Professor Fox know if you are interested in this project. 556-9491 or firstname.lastname@example.org
News Content Specialists: WXIX-TV Cincinnati seeks part-time news content specialists. Self-starters, able to work under tight deadlines and learn how to operate various equipment. The position requires candidates to learn how to write and post content to station web site. Send cover letter and resume to Dale Rhoton/Operations Manager at email@example.com or by mail to: 19 Broadcast Plaza, 635 W. 7th Street, Cincinnati OH 45203. No phone calls.
Lightborne Internships: This busy Cincinnati production house seeks interns in graphics/animation, production, and post production. See details at http://www.light-borne.com/index.php/opportunties/
Washington Internships: The Fund for American Studies is seeking applicants for its summer 2012 Institute on Political Journalism. You'll do your internship at media firms. If you apply by the Dec. 2 early deadline you'll get a 5% reduction in tuition. For details see www.DCinternships.org/IPJ
Video Producer: The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is seeking a student or new E-Media grad to produce an exciting five minute video to be shown at a Cincinnati Pops family concert on January 28. It will accompany Stravinsky's Firebird. Small stipend. If you are interested, please contact Professor Fox asap.
Internship: CET Video Voices Video production opportunity. A major production planned in January plus ongoing assignments. Contact Donald Hancock at Dhancock@cetconnect.
Production Internship: Pierce Media, located in Blue Ash, seeks E-Media interns anxious to work in a professional production enviroment. Contact Tony Pierce at firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Production Specialist: Indiana University SE has an immediate need for a skilled person who can produce, direct, shoot and edit productions for instructional and administrative purposes. Bachelor's degree and proficiency in production software plus excellent communication skills. A 2006 E-Media grad has held this position and is moving on. Log in for more information. https://jobs.iu.edu/joblisting/index.cfm?jlnum=4864&search=2
Jobs/Internships: The PCS Marketing Group in Sharonville is looking for two interns (one paid, one academic credit only) familiar with CS3 suite, to create promotional art work for state and national political campaigns (on both sides). Campaign Data Apps in Montgomery is looking for an intern (paid) with knowledge of HTML5 and Facebook applications for the 2012 political year. Contact Jody Streck for more information about both positions. Jody@campaigndataapps.com or 513-309-7889.
Internship: Starfire, an agency that works with the developmentally disabled wants an intern to help with marketing and technology. Work-study students could be paid for this internship. See more at Starfirecouncil.org and contact Rachel Mecklenborg, email@example.com to apply.
Videographers: The corporate communications department of an expanding Mason-based company wishes to hire two recent graduates who are skilled videographers to produce training and marketing material. Check out the company,www.apexindustrial.com. If interested, contact Thomas Barr director of corporate communications at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kroger is having a recruiting fair Tuesday October 11, 5-6:30pm in 819 Swift Hall. They need communications and marketing people. They offer internships too. To rsvp contact Theresa.Primm@kroger.com or 513-762-1540.
Radio News Internships: 700WLW offers flexible schedule and opportunity to participate in a 24/7 newsroom, writing newswcasts, cutting audio and developing web content. Contact internship coordinator Brant Schultz at email@example.com or 513-421-6397.
Project Manager: Pep Promotions is looking for an Interactive Project Mgr. with 2-5 years experience. For more info, http://www.peppromotions.com/rcr_position.aspx?p=Project%20Manager%20-%20Interactive%20Marketing&l=Cincinnati,%20Ohio
Videographer: 321 RIDE seeks a student to shoot and edit a one minute video to promote its service. Will pay small stipend. Contact Jon Amster if interested at 513-307-3937 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Videographer: UC's Diversity Conference needs a videographer to produce/edit an exciting 1-2 minute YouTube video. Would like project completed by end of October. Contact Prof. Lisa Newman at email@example.com to express interest asap.
Lead Video Technician: Iacono Productions offers this full-time position for a technician who will support video needs for live corporate events around the country and, on occasion, abroad. Lead technician does pre-production and supervises preparation and installation of video equipment. A firm understanding of signal flow and all aspects of video production and projection equipment required. Salary commensurate with experience. Contact Andy Pepper, General Manager of AVI Staging Technology Group at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-977-0227.
Videographer: High school student wishes to hire a videographer to prepare a musical theatre audition tape. Will pay. Contact Lauren Garriott at email@example.com
Videographer: a new non-profit aiming to empower young girls would like someone to produce a short information video. Compensation can be negotiated. Contact Brittani Chavious for more information. 513-348-5156 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radio Internships: Radio One (WIZF, MOJO, and The BUZZ) is seeking interns in several areas. Must be able to work 12 hours per week during day. Unpaid. Info packets available in the E-Media office. Or contact the Radio One internship coordinator at 513-679-6014.
Video Producer: The Cincinnati Ballet seeks a student or recent graduate with video production experience plus leadership skills, flexibility, and the ability to produce quickly in a fast-paced environment. First assignment: producing a video with footage from recent performances. $500 stipend. Additional assignments may follow. Contact Angela Santarpio for more information. 513-562-1131 or email@example.com
Web content position: Club Essential, the leading provider of country club websites is looking for students or new grads to work 10-20 hours per week, loading content. Wage dependent on skill-set of candidate. Could also be an internship. Contact Karen Kaplan at 513-322-4176 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broadcast Assistant: for Radio Reading Service, a broadcast run by Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. This is a part-time position for someone with radio experience and knowledge of broadcast equipment. CABVI is near the UC campus. More information at www.cincyblind.org
Video Production: Axcess Financial in Kenwood would like to hire a recent graduate or student to produce a training video this fall. This is a paid temporary position. Contact Samantha Hau at email@example.com or 513-473-8167.
Web Designer: UC's STEP program is looking for student web help with three of its sites. (www.eng.uc.edu/step/, www.eng.uc.edu/step/ret,www.eng.uc.edu/reu) Paid on campus position, 15-20 hours per week. Contact Mike Borowczak if interested. 513-556-1029.
Student Videographer: CCM's Preparatory Department wants to hire an E-Media student to shoot and edit a five-minute promotional video this fall. The video will be produced from a script and have a narrator's voice-over. The student will be paid. If you're qualified to do a professional job on this project, contact Professor Fox for more information, firstname.lastname@example.org or 556-9491.
Now Hiring: A&L Imaging is expanding and interested in hiring E-Media grads for out-of-town and Cincinnati-area assignments. The company, owned by 1995 graduate Jason Arszman, converts paper files to digital and digital to digital. Clients are located across the country. Jason seeks responsible, fast, collegial, digital-savvy workers. Check out their web site at www.ALImaging.com. If interested, contact Jason@alimaging.com.
Web Work Independent Study: The Division needs a student to help with the content management system of the E-Media web site. One to two credits each quarter during 2011-2012. Contact Professor Fox if interested.
Interactive Content and Design Jobs: A recent E-Media graduate working at Springbox in Austin, Texas tells us they are hiring in next several months because their business is growing. See details.
http://www.springbox.com/careers. Interested alumni looking to move to Austin can email Brittany McKee directly after they submit their resumes online.
UC Web Communications: UC is looking for an assistant director of
web communications. See details at JobsatUC.com.
Production Assistants: Needed for low budget film being shot August 15 through September 12 in Cincinnati. Producer is Rebel Film Productions and the feature film is a romantic comedy "A Strange Brand of Happy". Contact Isaac Stambaugh for more information at email@example.com.
Advertising Jobs: Check out the Cincinnati Ad Club's site regularly if you're interested in advertising or marketing positions at www.adclubcincy.org/jobs.
Executive Producer: WSTR-TV (Star 64) Cincinnati seeks individual to produce short and long format local programming. Talented recent graduates may qualify. For information see job listing on www.sbgi.net or contact Star64 production manager Mark Ramey at 513-841-4641.
Fall Internship: Broadcast Internship at Paul Brown Stadium for Junglevision Productions, which does in-house media for the Bengals games, the Bengals weekly TV show, and commercials. Production experience necessary, plus initiative, problem solving, communication skills. For more information contact Shane Harrison at 513-310-1821 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jobs and Paid Internships: Thanks to an alum, we have word that Oprah's network has several entry level jobs and paid internships in Chicago. They will be posted soon on Oprah.com. Look at the bottom for Harpo careers.
Digital Media Manager: The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities is looking for someone with a degree in our field and three to five years experience in writing for the web and production and management of digital media content. Details at ht.ly/56YmK
Interns: WCPO Channel 9 offers two commercial production internships each quarter. For details see www.scripps.com/careers/jobsearch.html. Contact Henry Blood, Commercial production manager at 513-852-4014 or email@example.com
Paid Internships: United Pet Group in Anderson Township offers three summer intern positions in social media, interactive design, and copywriting. Company seeks college grads or undergrads who are active social media users. These positions will give you direct exposure in interactive marketing. Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Radio Engineer/Producer: Cincinnati Public Radio seeks a broadcast engineer/producer to join its operation in downtown Cincinnati for weekday evening (and occasional weekend) employment. Send cover letter, resume, and short audio sample of voice work to email@example.com POSITION FILLED 6/6/11
New Media Paid Internship: The UC Foundation seeks a junior or senior to work for a year starting this summer in a part-time position assisting the web/social media team. This is not an academic internship. To see details and to apply go to http://ow.ly/4Wym4
Volunteers needed to work at a video camp for young people with disabilities. At Raymond Walters College this summer. Conact Cherly Parker of United Cerebral Palsy of Cincinnati 315-2002.
Internships: KIMbia Athletics is seeking interns for upcoming productions focused on the 2012 Olympic Games. Familiarity with Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere, interest in sports desired. Unpaid. Apply to Jeremy Mosher at http://firstname.lastname@example.org More information at KIMbia.net.
A new syndicated television show, "Youth Talk with Felicia Brown" is seeking interns for jobs in Cincinnati this summer. Videographers, graphic designers, editors, make-up and scenc design interns are sought. Contact Dave Davids at productions@FeliciaBrowntalks.com for more information. Or call the office in New York at 646-403-4173. These internships are not paid, contrary to information posted here previously.
Internship: Starfire, a non-profit that works with the disabled, seeks social media and new media interns for the summer. Unpaid. Contact Leah Addison at email@example.com for more information.
Paid Internship: Kroger Television, an internal corporate network, offers an outstanding paid summer internship. Production assistant duties; familiarity with Photoshop, Final Cut Pro and After Effects a plus. Must have completed junior year. Excellent opportunity for students interested in production to get a "behind the scenes" look at what it takes to shoot, write, and edit programs for live broadcast and corporate video. And the pay is $10 per hour. 28 hours a week maximum. Submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Internship: Curtis Visual Communications is seeking a summer intern to work in a fast-pace, deadline driven environment serving a wide range of advertising and corporate clientele. Website is curtisinc.com. Then call Karen Sellers to discuss opportunities. 513.621.8895
Internship: Cincinnati City Council member Laure Quinlivan welcomes E-Media students as interns in her city hall office or with her campaign. Seeks reliable students with interests in politics, journalism, video, websites. Contact her at 513-520-4809 or email@example.com.
Telecommunications Fellowships: The Ohio Legislative Service Commission employes several recent graduates for one year starting in production and writing. $25.400 salary plus benefits. Applicants must have an interest in public programming, above average communications skills,and a strong academic record. More information here.
Internship, Movie Web Site: An intern with web design and/or data basing skills is needed for a locally based, popular web site that reviews movie dvds and music. Part-time employment may also be available. People to review movies are needed as well. Contact John Gabbard at 859-431-6066
Web Application Strategist wanted for Club Essential, a Cincinnati-based company that does web sites for private clubs. This full-time position requires working closely with an account manage to provide website support. Requires the ability to multi-task and problem solve when under pressure, work well with a team, etc. Bachelor's degree, working knowledge of CRM software and HTML. For more information visit www.clubessential.com.
Internship Opportunity : Market research and content loading. The position provides fertile ground for further employment at Club Essential. Based in
Cincinnati. Visit www.clubessential.com.
Computer Assistance: We have two opportunties for a student to assist CCM patrons with their Mac computers and, in one case, with Adobe CS4. Recent graduates might be interested as well. Both will pay for a responsible helper. Contact Professor Fox if interested. 556-9491 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all student filmakers: Soapbox, an online publication, is sponsoring a contest for students to create a commercial about Cincinnati. Soapbox wants to see what the Queen City looks like through the eyes of people who live, work and play here through a commercial. Entry deadline is April 25. Information at soapboxmedia.com.
Volunteer Opportunity: E-Media student wanted to produce a fully edited video tape for promotion by The Dragonfly Foundation, which works in partnership with the Cancer & Blood Diseases Institute of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center to bring moments of comfort and joy to children who are being treated for cancer and other blood disorders. The video tape will feature a fund raising concert and events by Rachel Sage on April 3rd, 4th, and 5th. Please call Shauna McDonaugh at 300-6002 or click here for more info on the Dragonfly Foundation.
Internship Position:The National Repertory Orchestra is interested in accepting applications for a Electronics Media (Video) internship position. The dates of the program is June 12th through August 5th in beautiful Breckenridge, Colorado! Position requires knowledge of video/film techniques and equipment. Knowledge of Final Cut Pro and exporting videos a must. Free lodging plus a food allowance. Please send work sample as a part of the application (e.g. video) to:
Julie Chandler, National Repertory Orchestra
111 S. Main Street, PO Box 6336, Breckenridge, CO 80424
office 970.453.5825 fax 970.453.5833
Please see the attached information about the National Repertory Orchestra program and their summer concert schedule.
Paid Fellowship: The Ohio Legislative Service Commission is seeking applicants for its 2012 fellowship program. This is a professional, 13-month paid fellowship that offers college graduates an opportunity to work with the Ohio General Assembly. The telecommunications fellowship program applicants should have a related degree or video production experience. Fellow receive full state of Ohio employee benefits and are paid $25,400 a year, with the opportunity to earn a $2000 bonus.
Information at lsc.state.oh.us or 614-466-3615
Paid Summer Internship with Underarmour in Baltimore, Maryland. Thanks to E-Media Grad Patty Kelly ’10, we have opportunity to place an intern specializing in Motion Graphics with Underarmour, a producer of athletic apparel. Must know After Effects. Underarmour’s Rookie Program is one of the top internships in the country.
Apply now. See details here:http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?
Video Editor: The PPS Group has a great opportunity for an outgoing self-starter, who is willing to put in the extra work to grow in the job. Editor needed to work both independently and collaboratively on various projects. The PPS Group is 30 years old, based in Covington KY and serves numerous clients in a variety of formats.
For more information contact Bob Gerding, CEO at 859-5100 or bgerding@the ppsgroup.com
Three positions and one internship. F+W Media is looking for a Video Editor (Cincinnati) a Web Specialist (Cincinnati or Ft. Collins CO), a Digital Content Intern (NYC), and a Digital Content Editor (NYC). See complete job descriptions at http://fwmedia.com/career
Ohio Broadcasters Scholarships: The Ohio Association of Broadcasters offers two $3000 scholarships to students enrolled in a broadcasting-related field at a four-year university in Ohio. One scholarship designated for female or minority student. Applications due March 25. Information at www.oab.org/scholarships.
Career Day in E-Media: Students and recent grads are invited to hear a panel of experts offering advice on how to launch your media career. Wednesday, January 26, 9-11 am. Room 3250 Mary Emery Hall. See details in Latest News.
UC Communications Department Open House: If you're thinking about a master's in communications, this is a good place to start. Open house Tuesday, January 11 at noon, Wednesday, January 12 at 12:30. 130 Mickmicken Hall.
College Television Awards. Enter your best work in student video, digital and film. Here is an excellent opportunity to have your work seen by TV Industry Professionals. For more info contact CTASupport@emmys.org. Entry deadline is 1/12/11.
Part time job available. Club Essential has a part time position for an E-Media student available. Hours can be up to 29 per week. Duties include content management and market research. Contact Karen Caplan at 513-322-4176 or email@example.com.
Earn a Master's while assisting at Central Michigan University. School of Broadcast & Cinema Arts. Assistantships available in video teaching and production, audio teaching and production, news production, film students. Full tuition and stipend of $10,300. www.bca.cmich.edu
National Competition for Students: Enter your best work in the Broadcast Education Association's Festival of Media Arts. Student entrees accepted in audio, documentary, interactive media, news, scriptwriting, and sports. More information on the BEA website.
Summer in New York: The International Radio & Television Society offers a nine-week, expense-paid fellowship to outstanding juniors and seniors. This is an exciting opportunity and the deadline to apply is December 1. For information visit the IRTS website and follow link to College Programs.
Video Editor wanted to edit promotional video for CCM's distinguished piano duo, Eugene and Elizabeth Pridonoff. Will pay. Contact Professor Pridonoff.
Channel 12 Needs Chyron Operator: This is a good opportunity for a recent graduate with an interest in television graphics. Needed ASAP. Contact Selena Reder, Promotions Producer, WKRC-TV 513-763-5475
E-Media Student Worker wanted for UC's Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning for editing, producing and posting videos in conjunction with "Voices on Main". Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship: F+W Media is looking for someone with digital photography and Photoshop skills. There are ongoing internship opportunities with F+W. See fwmedia.com/career/CO103
Talent for Hire: E-Media students are welcome to list themselves on this CCM Referral Service along with instrumentalists and singers. If you'd like to be considered for hire as a web developer, writer, DJ, videographer, sound engineer, etc. contact Professor Fox.
Internship: Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is looking for interns to help with videos and work in marketing and public relations. Contact Brooke Romaniw at Romaniw@cincinnati-oh.gov or 352-4385.
Volunteer: Starfire is looking for students to produce a short documentary about their mission. Starfire is a non-profit organization in Madisonville that gives people with and without developmental disabilities the opportunity to make positive change in the community. Contact Candice Jones at Candice@starfirecouncil.org.
Volunteer: Keep Cincinnati Beautiful See contact info above.
CCM Public Relations needs a student to work 10-15 hours a week. Position includes updating the CCM Web site and social media marketing. Must be work study eligible. Contact Christa Moore at 556-9831.
Digital Core Teaching Assistants are needed this fall. The TAs would work in E3217 to assist incoming students with class material. Contact Prof. Peter DePietro 556-2902 or by email.
Web Designer: Imaginative and skilled web designer/coder wanted for exciting new retail project, The Brush Factory, created by two DAAP alumni. We need help in building website for this start up. We offer the chance to help shape this new business with your creativity and know how and add something special to your web portfolio. Unpaid. Contact email@example.com for details.
Internship: The UC Foundation is looking for a new media intern. Paid position. Contact Candice Terrell at 556-9685 or by email Candice.firstname.lastname@example.org
Internship: CET Video Voices Video production opportunity. Contact Donald Hancock at Dhancock@cetconnect.
Internship: WCPO-TV Sales Department, Commercial Production. Contact Henry Blood at email@example.com
Internship: Elementz Hip Hop Youth Arts Center. Videography, recording engineer, web design. Contact Brother Abdullah at 721-5800 or Abdullah@elementz.org
Internship: City Hall Council member Laure Quinlivan is seeking good reporter/producer/videographer/web person (any of these skills will qualify) as intern at City Council.
Laure Quinlivan, 352-5303 office, 520-4809 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Scholarships: Several scholarships for media students are available from the Broadcast Education Association. Deadline to apply is October 12. For information see the BEA website. www.beaweb.orgWeb content position: Club Essential, the leading provider of country club websites is looking for students or new grads to work 10-20 hours per week, loading content. Wage dependent on skill-set of candidate. Could also be an internship. Contact Karen Kaplan at 513-322-4176 or email@example.com