Seven Tepees Youth Program is a nonprofit, community based organization that provides comprehensive youth development and college access and persistence services to over 1,000 youth annually through two programs: The Learning Center and The College & Career Program. Our Learning Center works with low income middle and high school students as well as recent college graduates for a period of more than ten years - spanning middle school and high school graduation into the first few years of college or career - offering academic support and guidance, college and career advising, environmental education, mentoring, job training and counseling. Our College and Career Program at Mission High School, a public school serving predominantly low income and first generation students, includes college and career advising, scholarship assistance, scholarships, test preparation support and college application assistance. Seven Tepees has an annual operating budget of approximately $1 million and inhabits the top floor of a building owned by the organization.
The mission of Seven Tepees is to work with urban youth to foster the skills they need to make lifelong positive choices and to create their own opportunities for success. Founded in 1995 by retired Juvenile Justice Daniel Weinstein and Native American healer Hully Fetico, Seven Tepees began as a summer camp where youth lived in seven tepees - one representing each continent of the world.
Volunteers make Seven Tepees Youth Program possible, as we rely on your support to offer students every opportunity available.
Seven Tepees Youth Program is looking for a professional videographer available to volunteer during our Annual Dinner, on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at Gallery 308 at Fort Mason, San Francisco.
The videographer must own professional, modern video equipment, including a high-quality camera/recording device. They must be able to film between 7:00 and 9:00 pm, or at minimum, between 7:00pm and 7:45pm when our speakers and honorees deliver their speeches. Because of the venue, they must be able to record in high resolution and in low lighting. Ideally, the videographer would edit and produce a final, high quality video of the evening/of the segment.
The fair market value of your work can be considered an in-kind charitable donation, and Seven Tepees Youth Program will provide a tax acknowledgment letter for your gift of time, energy and talent.
This is an excellent project for a local professional seeking to give back to their community or current videographer student or recent grad looking to build their portfolio.
If you are interested, please send Gaëlle Feliz a link of your portfolio or sample videos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Age requirement: 21
Must provide (2) references
In-depth knowledgement of equipment: cameras, lenses, lighting and audio
Have experience shooting in evening and low-light venues
Must be able to bring personal camera and all other videography equipment
Strong understanding of video formatting, editing and enhancing software to produce final videos.
- Send a link of portfolio and/or send 3-4 videos via email
- Online Flash/Video Production
- Video Production
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 21
- 2 hours