Videography in El Salvador
Use your video filming and editing skills (plus any other communication skills you have) to help our team in El Salvador tell the story of what is happening there.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Videography, but other kinds of communication too, as you have skills
Participation in most of the programs that OM is running during your time there
Most of these videos would be used for mobilizing people for missions or reporting activities and would be distributed either locally or internationally through the internet
Activities are diverse, but most days would include group devotions, a visit to an OM project, interviewing OM friends, and recording daily activities at the office
Qualifications and Skills:
Self-motivated, creative and have the ability to do interviews and write quality articles and reports for a variety of media outlets.
Photography skills would also be welcome
Creativity is important because the audience is totally diverse, from kids to older pastors
The ability to speak Spanish is ideal but not required
All interns must formally accept and abide by OM USA’s Statement of Faith for the duration of the internship.
International internships are not paid positions and all financial needs should be covered with personal support.
Home-stay with a national is dependent on circumstances.
Pre-Field training happens through on-line materials and Skype sessions with coaches and other interns for a few weeks leading up departure date. Includes debriefing with coaches on return.
Dates and duration of internships are flexible, should be worked out with the team.
Qualifications of on-field supervisor:
Bachelors degree in Communication
Degree Credit available upon the approval of your university/college supervisors.