Guna Foundation is a Berkeley-based, non-profit film studio specializing in Buddhist documentary films. Our mission is to open a window to the beauty and majesty of the Tibetan cultural heritage. Our all-volunteer staff is seeking part-time team members. We are looking for a personable, resourceful and results-oriented individual who is interested in independent film and cultural preservation, and the magical place where they intersect.
Guna’s last two films, Light of the Valley and Prayers of the Ancient Ones, were both aired on PBS stations across the country and were screened at select theatrical venues and prestigious museums in the US and Europe. We have just completed our third film, The Great Transmission, a feature-length documentary film about the survival of Tibetan Buddhist texts, which is garnering awards from film festivals across the nation.
-free vegetarian lunch buffet
-free classes on Tibetan Buddhism, meditation and psychology at the Tibetan Nyingma Institute, a Berkeley landmark that has been offering classes and programs to the public since 1972
-work on meaningful and inspiring projects that help make a lasting impact on the lives of Tibetans all over the world
-join a dedicated, diverse team with extraordinary esprit de corps
-work in a studio located in a beautiful historic building in downtown Berkeley, one block from BART
We have openings for people with the following skills/interests:
-Fundraising/Event Planning Coordinator
Learn more: www.gunafoundation.org www.thegreattransmission.com contact:email@example.com 510-809-1552
- Event Design & Planning
- Graphic Design
- IT Consulting
- Visual Arts
- Web Design
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- work 5.5 days a week and a minimum 6mos commitment
- We are looking for personable, resourceful and results-oriented individuals.