WBWB/WHCC Summer Internship Opportunitie

Posted: April 18, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships
WBWB/WHCC Summer Internship Opportunities:
Timeline is as follows:
  • Deadline to receive completed application and copy of resume – 4/25/14
  • Selected applicants will be interviewed – 4/30/14
  • Internship Orientation and start date – 5/12/14
  • Internship end date – 8/23/14
*Dates and scheduling can be flexible upon request.
All interested students can please request further information by emailing intern@wbwb.com

*JUST CALL ME JACK is an independent feature film to be shot in Bloomington
on May 19-24 and 26-31. It is a one-location musical chamber drama produced
by Brave New Productions. Indiana University students remaining in
Bloomington through May can now apply for a production internship to work
on set for all or some days under the wing of professional filmmakers. For
more information, go to www.justcallmejackmovie.com

*The OLD NORTHWEST FILM FESTIVAL is an event in Bloomington also
coordinated by Brave New Productions, scheduled for Saturday, July 26th.
The festival will screen work from all across the Midwest in categories
designated for high school, college, and professional filmmakers.
Screenings will include the debut of Bloomington feature film GOBINON and
the first trailer for JUST CALL ME JACK. **Indiana University students in
Bloomington on and around July 26th can now apply for an internship to help
run the festival and network with industry professionals.*

*Anyone who is interested in both or either of these opportunities can send
a resume of interest to bpnichol@indiana.edu*

bloomingOUT Interns Needed!

Posted: April 18, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships
bloomingOUT Interns Needed!
bloomingOUT is seeking Interns to assist in producing monthly news
segments. Interns will be trained in audio production, and assigned a

regular “beat.” If you are interested in being a part of Indiana’s only

global-reaching LGBTQ Weekly Public Affairs Program, send an e mail to


bloomingOUT is seeking audio engineers to edit audio segments and run the

board during the live broadcast. A 2-hour/week commitment is needed,

training is provided. If you are interested in the excitement and camaraderie that

comes out of live radio, contact
bloomingOUT@wfhb.org to join the team!”


WANTED: Arts and Technology Teacher

Posted: April 10, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs
Harmony High School in Bloomington, Indiana  is looking for a versatile arts and technology teacher (teaching certification not required) with expertise in digital media (web design, graphics , video and music) and electronics (circuits, knowledge of basic programming) to start 9/1/14. The right candidate will inspire students to compose music; make documentary shorts; build web pages; learn programming; dabble in digital arts. If you dream of designing your own curriculum and are passionate about equipping young people with the skills to navigate through this digital age – then this is the opportunity for you! Harmony utilizes a holistic educational approach, and requires personalized involvement in all aspects of students’ development. Looking for experienced applicants who value interaction with students of all ages, and an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, and are interested in participating in a team concept of “shared decision-making.”


Posting: OASIS Prevention Program Liaisons

Posted: April 4, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs

Posting: OASIS Prevention Program Liaisons
OASIS is a part of the Division of Student Affairs (within the IU Health Center) and works closely with Residential and Program Services (RPS) and other campus partners. We are currently seeking four Program Liaisons who will be employed 10 hours per week from August-May, during the 2014-2015 school academic year. This is a paid position.

The mission of OASIS is to decrease the harm created by substance use on campus through education, prevention, intervention and recovery support. This includes collaborative programming, individual intervention, consultation and evaluation.

Program Liaisons at OASIS will:

• Coordinate alcohol and drug programs with Resident Assistants (RAs), RPS staff and student organizations or communities
• Assist during large alcohol and drug programming on campus. These include collaborative programming during Welcome Week (August), Homecoming, Halloween, Culture of Care, Sexual Assault Prevention, Little 500 and others.
• Represent OASIS at the RPS Resource Fair in August and the IUHC Health Fair in October, various other fairs, and RPS Alcohol and Drug Workgroup (once every two weeks during fall and spring)
• In collaboration with Graduate Assistant, Director and office counselors, conduct seminars/workshops pertinent to our mission
• Assist Intervention Coordinator, Director and Graduate Assistant in data entry, analysis and reporting
• Remain current on campus and national substance abuse trends
• Maintain social media accounts for OASIS on Facebook and Twitter
• Attend relevant OASIS trainings and administrative/team meetings

Each Program Liaison will need to commit to 10 hours per week, except during campus breaks.

All students may apply. Students in Public Health, SPEA, Counseling, Pre-Law, Criminal Justice, Education (K-College level), Leadership, Marketing, Social Work and Counseling are preferred, but not required.

Early return to campus in fall 2014 is required to attend all relevant trainings for the fall.
OASIS is seeking to fill these positions for the Fall 2014-Spring 2015 academic year.

Please send resume and letter of interest to Jackie Daniels, Director at danieljm@indiana.edu if you are interested in a position.
Interviews will take place between now and May 1st, 2014. You will be contacted via email about an interview.

Funny or Die is looking for next year’s Campus Ambassador!

This very special human will act as a liaison between our world in Hollywood and your campus community. This will mean promoting our featured content, coordinating events, helping your talented, creative peers get their content on the Funny or Die Platform and a lot more…

The ideal candidate… embodies the Funny or Die brand and can’t wait to think of ways to make Funny or Die the ultimate procrastination destination. We are looking for a social chameleon with a passion for comedy who has their finger on the pulse of campus life. Of course you have to be organized, dependable, entrepreneurial, creative and a natural leader. You should probably have had a job or two in the past, and a track record for being a bad ass at organizing things and people.

This is a part time job. And if chosen you will have unparalleled access to the geniuses behind Funny or Die.

Oh, and we’ll pay you.

Requirements: 5-10 hours per week. Upper classmen preferred. 
If you are interested please email connorsk@indiana.edu

Thank you!

Chelsea Connors

House Manager, Indiana University Cinema

Campus Ambassador, Funny or Die

Communications & Culture and Telecommunications

Indiana University, Bloomington

Wanted: IUSTV Station Manager!

Posted: April 4, 2014 by joshuasites in Jobs, Volunteer Opportunities
Wanted:  IUSTV Station Manager!
Indiana University Student Television is looking for a Station Manager for the  Fall 2014-Spring 2015 school year.  Some of the duties of the Station Manger include:

-Maintenance of state of the art television studio equipment

-Opportunity  to purchase state-of-the-art camera and studio equipment

-Responsibility for loaning and tracking equipment that is checked out to other members of the club

-Assistance in productions outside the IUSTV studio, by operating switchboards, cameras, audio and more
This position is a great resume builder, and you will receive a Departmental Permit (DP) parking pass at no cost.

IUSTV is looking for incoming Juniors or Seniors who have interest in working in a professional quality television studio and have knowledge on how to work the IUSTV equipment. The IUSTV Executive Board Application is linked here: IUSTV Executive Board Application.   If you have any questions, please contact Alex Guevara, the current Station Manager.

Alex Guevara

Station Manager, IUSTV


Indiana University, ’14

(812) 361-1395


Blue Ace Media Internship

Posted: March 27, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships



Video Production, After-Effects & Editing

Blue Ace Media specializes in creating advertising, marketing, training and corporate media materials for clients around the country. Information about the company can be found at http://www.BlueAceMedia.com.

Blue Ace Media is taking applications for INTERNSHIPS for Summer and Fall 2014. Send RESUME & SAMPLES (via posted links) to info@blueacemedia.com. This is an unpaid internship with opportunities for additional paid contract work with the company. We are seeking talented, Junior or Senior level students for the following:

• Acquire on-location video footage in both a supervised, and non-supervised setting using Sony HD camera or Canon DSLR.
• Provide clients on-location lighting and sound services.
• Assist with on-going high-end video productions.
• Schedule and coordinate on-location videotaping.
• Off-load, convert, and catalogue all captured footage.

• Use Adobe After-Effects for multiple video projects.
• Have an exceptional knowledge and skill of use of motion graphics and/or compositing.

• Complete a variety of editing projects requiring a complete working knowledge of either Adobe Premiere or Apple Final Cut.
• Assist in cataloguing of client footage.
• Create an index of footage for selected clients.

TWO Internships with IU Diving

Posted: March 27, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships
Title: Video Production Intern – Indiana University Athletics, Diving

Semester: Summer, Second 8 weeks (June 9-August 1)

Credit: 50 hours = 1 credit, 100 hours = 2 credits, 150 hours = 3 credits

Contact: Head Diving Coach, Drew Johansen –
812.855.2710 -

Description of Duties: Assist the Indiana University Men’s & Women’s

Diving Program and the Indiana Diving Camp with both educational and

promotional material during the summer. Responsibilities include filming,

production, editing, creating and updating an episodic video podcast,

developing social media, and assisting in website development. Basic

knowledge and experience in such areas is a prerequisite. Cameras,

microphones, & various other equipment to be provided. Intern will be

expected to have access to basic editing software and a location to edit.

Intern will report to 2012 US Olympic & IU Head Coach, Drew Johansen, for

daily tasks, guidelines, and due dates.

Title: Social Media/Technology Intern – Indiana University Athletics,

Diving Program

Semester: Summer, Second 8 weeks (June 9-August 1)

Credit: 50 hours = 1 credit, 100 hours = 2 credits, 150 hours = 3 credits

Contact: Head Diving Coach, Drew Johansen –
812.855.2710 -

Description of Duties: Assist the Indiana University Men’s & Women’s

Diving Program and the Indiana Diving Camp with social media development

during the summer. Responsibilities include filming and editing short

videos, writing/posting updates, and maintaining a journalistic blog.

Considerable experience and proficiency with Social Media (i.e. Facebook,

Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Tumblr, etc) is a must. Excellent

written and verbal communication skills, as well as strong editing skills,

are required. Tracking the growth and impact social media has on our

program is vital as well. Cameras, microphones, and various other equipment

to be provided. Intern will be expected to have access to basic editing

software and a location to edit. Intern will report to 2012 US Olympic & IU

Head Coach, Drew Johansen, for daily tasks, guidelines, and due dates.


Indiana University Press Internship

Posted: March 27, 2014 by joshuasites in Internships
Editorial internships at IU Press: summer and fall, 2014
Applications currently being accepted.
Deadline: April 11, 2014
Indiana University Press (IU Press) is an international scholarly publishing house, operating within the IU Office of Scholarly Publishing. Founded in 1950, IU Press is one of the oldest and largest university-based presses in the United States. IU Press acquires, contracts, and publishes more than 120 new scholarly-academic, trade and regional book projects each year and publishes nearly 30 international scholarly journals in the social sciences and humanities. 10-15% of books originate with IU faculty—90% come from scholars at other institutions around the world. 
The acquisitions department offers unpaid internships for course credit to qualified and highly motivated IU undergraduate and graduate students. Semester- Summer- and year-long internships are available, as will fit with students’ educational goals and academic schedules and subject to the availability of mentoring staff within IU Press. Internships are awarded on a competitive basis, only when submissions and staff availability warrant. Applicants are encouraged to contact IU Press as soon as possible to express interest in applying for upcoming years or semesters.
An editorial internship at IU Press is an excellent opportunity for students to add to their educational experiences at IU, allowing participants to learn about contemporary scholarly publishing, through direct engagement with Press operations and under mentorship of professional staff. Time will be set aside for instruction to augment hands-on learning. An IU Press editorial intern will participate in the daily activity of the editorial department, working directly with two or more assistant sponsoring editors and under the supervision of the editorial director.  For students targeting graduate work in the humanities, academic publication of their own, careers in e-publishing, or for those interested in professional opportunities in media, communications, research, or mainstream publishing, it will provide unique access to the inner workings of a scholarly publishing house.
Duties will include but may not be limited to handling manuscript submissions, communicating with authors, preparing manuscripts for publication, and attending meetings, such as contract proposal meetings of the IU Press editorial board. Opportunities will be provided for students to craft and pursue independent research projects as well as independent study projects with the support of their departments; (students interested in receiving academic credit for an internship at the Press are encouraged to contact their academic advisor when applying).
Qualifications include exceptional written and verbal communication skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, a strong interest in book publishing, and general comfort in a professional environment and with using computers. Additional skills are a plus.
This is an unpaid internship for approximately 10-15 hours per week, offered for a candidate whose goal is to apply what he or she has learned at the Press to a future career endeavor.
Interested students should direct inquiries and send a brief résumé and cover letter when ready to apply to pfroehli@indiana.edu
Thank you!
Indiana University Press
Visit our web site at: http://iupress.indiana.edu
Janis Bolling
Academic Advisor/Intern Coordinator
Department of Telecommunications
College of Arts & Sciences
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN.  47405