Short-Term (few weeks/months)
355 Cambridge Street
Are you passionate about supporting solutions around the environment, human rights and public health challenges? Interlock Media needs you!
Interlock Media is a nonprofit, activist film company that supports informed policy by producing entertaining documentary and dramatic media works. Current works include documentaries on…...
- Improving the education opportunities for students in the context of economic disparities, race and gender.
- How Margaret Fuller’s shattered gender norms and influenced the feminist movement.
Because Interlock tackles challenging topics with an entirely independent lens, our self-funding model is critical to creating hard hitting pieces while also training the next generation of activist filmmakers. An important source of project support is our annual fundraising auction and gala.
This is where you come in! We need a creative and organized multimedia guru who can help plan and execute - delivering a memorable multimedia experience for attendees of our upcoming fundraising gala and live auction. Ideally you will have team management experience and the proven ability to:
- Work with a dedicated team of special events volunteers to brainstorm, develop and execute a multimedia presentation that drives engagement with Interlock and compliments the auction
- Research, edit and organize presentation content
- Setup and teardown multimedia equipment at the event
Does this sound like you?
- Takes initiative and operates independently in a resource-limited environment.
- Brings a proactive, can-do attitude to work
- Balances details and the big picture to deliver great results
- Makes social gatherings a fun and memorable experience
Schedule: Minimum 15 hours/week (more the week preceding the event); commitment for 3 months, from September through November.
Compensation : Unpaid/volunteer.
Job type: Part-time; non-profit; 3 month commitment.
Multimedia content development
About Interlock Media, Inc.
Interlock Media, Inc., located near Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA, is an activist film company that points to solutions for environmental, human rights and public health challenges. We support informed policy by producing entertaining documentary and dramatic media works.