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Women's History & Media, Madison, WI

Her Own Words®
First-person narrative videos highlighting
--women's history, literature, & art
--women in nontraditional careers

Internship (part-time; unpaid) working for producer/distributor of documentaries on women's  history, literature, and art.  Her Own Words® was founded in 1986; the 36 titles currently in the series include programs on women in nontraditional careers (building construction; dentistry; electronics; engineering; firefighting; highway construction; machining; policing; welding); women artists, quilters, and writers; pioneer women's diaries; the woman suffrage movement; and a series on American Indian women's stories.

Intern will help produce documentaries, including photography, editing, and sound recording.  Intern will assist at photography shoots, audio editing sessions, and public performances; assist with lay-out, design, photography, and public presentations.  Depending on skills, interests, and production schedules, intern may also write discussion questions; research background materials; write articles and press releases, write and design flyers.

Her Own Words® is located in Madison, Wisconsin, on the city bus line and near a major  bike path; free parking.
Internships are available throughout the year, including during short school vacations.

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and list of three references to:
Her Own Words®, PO Box 5264
Madison WI 53705-0264


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