Contact: Alison Weinlaeder (Midd ’06)
My name is Alison Weinlaeder (Midd ’06) and I’m starting up a small online wellness company in St. Paul, Minnesota. I’m seeking a Middlebury student intern to support editing video content to be uploaded to the company website. The intern should have familiarity with video editing software and is welcome to use whatever software they prefer. All footage has already been shot, student intern will work to edit and add graphics, voiceover content, etc. If interested, the student could also support development of photos and written content for the website www.cardiomelon.com (set to launch April 2020). This is a very exciting opportunity for someone interested in helping a brand new company launch.
Interns who have interest in film, video editing, fitness, wellness, and neuroscience will find this experience particularly rewarding. Anticipate 10-12 hours/week but can be flexible. Position is 100% remote, so you can work where and when you want. Desired dates are mid-Feb through May 2020, and also summer 2020. Currently unpaid, but we are happy to work with Middlebury if you would like to receive credit for the experience. Has potential to become a paid freelance position in the future for the right candidate. Please feel free to email Alison Weinlaeder at email@example.com if you have questions.
Contact: John Mahoney
Last summer there was an auction of a large farm in Addison County. On my phone I recorded some video and photos of the day’s events. I would like to assemble them in a narrative that might be several minutes long. Ideally I would like to include some titles and perhaps some voice narration. It’s conceivable the project could expand beyond the studio and even involve more filming/interviews. I am a retired schoolteacher and have a good deal of flexibility with my schedule. I have no experience in documentary filmmaking but I am looking forward to getting started. I don’t have a budget per se but am willing to compensate at whatever the appropriate hourly rate is.
I am a local resident looking for student or staff help on a modest video project. I’m a senior citizen, reasonably skilled in digital photography (Photoshop, etc.) but not in video. I have over a dozen CD’s of analog family video that has been digitalized and now wish to edit and sort it. I note your involvement in Digital Projects and wonder if you could recommend someone who might have some time to get me started on the project. I’m an Apple user with a 27” iMac so probably have the computer capability of handling the project. I’d guess that it might involve 5 to ten hours over a month or two and am, of course, prepared to pay for the help.
I look forward to your suggestion/s.
Name: Emily Ballou
WANTED: Video recording of “Scenes & Songs”
WHAT: Spring Vocal Recital
DATE: Sat. May 12, 8:00 PM
WHERE: CFA, Robison Hall
Please contact ASAP if interested!
Job description: Videotape the German Department play in the theater space in the Chateau basement using department camera and tripod unless the videographer has better equipment of his/her own.
Dates: Friday evening and Saturday evening, November 17 and 18, beginning at 8 p.m. (arrive 7:45; play length approximately 1 hour)
Compensation: Not certain. We’ll gladly pay the going rate.
Contact: Bettina Matthias in the German Department firstname.lastname@example.org x3248
TEDxMiddlebury is seeking volunteers to cover our annual event! Our theme this year is Lost and Found and the event will take place on Saturday November 11 and will run from roughly 9 AM – 2 PM. Volunteers will assist a professional videographer in recording each of the speakers at the event. This is a great opportunity to gain experience working with a professional videographer and practice covering a live event! You’ll also gain access to the conference, and our amazing line up of speakers, for FREE!
Saturday November 11 (9AM – 2 PM)
Free access to the event (including catered breakfast and lunch!)
Middlebury Community Television
(MCTV) seeks volunteer camera operators to cover the live event Madaila on the Mountain
at the Middlebury Snow Bowl this Saturday October 7th. Do you like the band Madaila
?Did you know that they have local roots right here in Middlebury? Maybe you’ve seen the music video
(password: madaila) that we shot right here in the production studio. Maybe you want to support The United Way of Addison County, Middlebury Community Television, and Middlebury Underground? Maybe you want to get some experience covering a live event?
Volunteer (free general admission to the event)
Executive Director of Middlebury Community Television &
Technology Coordinator at Ilsley Public Library
Vermont Folk Life Center is currently seeking a video/film editor this summer to work on possibly two projects (1) producing a short vignette about the Intervale Community Farm using footage that was shot there last summer, and (2) another short film about a Puja Celebration that took place in Burlington last month organized by the Nepali community there. The student would work in the Vermont Folk Life Center office in town.
CCI will pay the student $500 for an estimated 50 hours of part-time work. Student could start as soon as possible.
Please contact Alicia Gomez if you’re interested in this opportunity.
Recent Graduates of Middlebury College preferred.
The Middlebury Breadloaf Screenwriting Workshop is a new initiative funded through the Fund For Innovation. The Workshop will be held in Middlebury, VT (main campus and Bread Loaf Campus) in January 2018 and will bring together Middlebury students enrolled in the Film and Media Winter Term Class, distinguished professionals from the entertainment industry (mentors), and six emerging screenwriters (fellows) selected through a nationwide open application process. The workshop offers screenwriting mentorship for the six fellows and facilitates familiarization with the script development process for the Middlebury students. Inspired by powerhouses such as the Sundance and Film Independent Labs, the Bread Loaf Screenwriting Workshop will mobilize Middlebury’s alumni and faculty resources to build a hub of creativity where our students can have a first experience of the professional screenwriting world.
The Workshop Coordinator will be responsible for the management, organizing and logistics of the workshop from its launching to the final post-workshop evaluation. Working under the supervision of the Workshop Director, the Coordinator will manage the application process, the inviting, communication and continued contact with the selected fellows and the mentors, the media presence of the workshop, the preparation and logistics of the week-long event, as well as the post-workshop wrap, evaluation and prep for the next edition. The Coordinator will be at the center of a network consisting of College units, entertainment industry professionals, national and Internet-based media, alumni, guests and students and will be responsible for building and maintaining this network.
Timetable: July 3, 2017 to April 8, 2018, approximately 30 hours per week (40 per week in January). Position is eligible for part-time benefits.
Compensation: OP3 at $15.22/hour