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Technology Production Intern
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3 people are interested
Do you have a passion for raising mental health awareness?" Are you someone who wants to be part of a national movement to support people with mental illness, provide education and resources, and eliminate stigma everywhere? Join our team as a virtual Technology Production Intern and put your creative skills to work. Assist in multiple areas of NAMI Greater Cleveland’s production process and exercise your multitasking abilities as you assist with the development of content, surveys, and program planning. Build relationships in the non-profit mental health field to strengthen your chances of finding employment upon graduation. We are looking for a creative person who is passionate about mental advocacy and eager to put their unique stamp on more relevant and innovative programming.
- Research topics and assist staff in the development of relevant stories using a variety of sources to be shared on NAMI Greater Cleveland’s social media sites: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn
- Produce and edit video, podcasts, and live stream content that adheres to NAMI Greater Cleveland’s guidelines and standards; share content on our online channels, including social media and YouTube
- Communicate with writers, directors, coordinators and other members of staff to ensure the smooth running of projects
- Provide assistance in all components of production for virtual programming including moderating and managing the technological aspects of presentations (i.e. announce guests, oversee chat box, Q&A, post presentation materials, poll management)
- Assist program facilitators and participants by handling technical issues as they arise
- Assist with the development of online surveys for various departmental needs
- Attend regular staff program meetings and contribute to program planning; support staff by taking detailed notes during meetings, inputting data into the computer and performing other tasks as required
- Perform other duties as requested by staff to ensure all necessary tasks are performed in a proficient manner that adheres to the quality expected from NAMI Greater Cleveland
Skills & Qualifications
- Graduate or undergraduate (rising junior or senior at minimum) enrolled in an accredited college or university with a focus in psychology, business management, computer science, social work, sociology, communications, non-profit, criminal justice, health professions, social services or related field
- Proficient in a variety of computer skills such as Microsoft Office Suites, Adobe Pro CC, Zoom, Teams, and various social media sites; knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop is a plus
- Proven problem-solving skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Strong organizational skills with a good work ethic
- Interest in non-profit mental health
To apply, please e‐mail a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to the Volunteer Coordinator, Amber Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org, with a Re: line of "Technology Production Intern."
About National Alliance on Mental Illness- Greater Cleveland
2012 West 25th Street, Suite 705, Cleveland, OH 44113, US
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Greater Cleveland is dedicated to empowering those living with mental illness and their family members to achieve a better quality of life by providing education, support, information, and referrals.
NAMI Greater Cleveland provides services to those with serious mental illnesses and their family members through a variety of support and education programs. In addition, we advocate on behalf of our members and the community on issues related to mental illness. Program highlights include:
- Support Groups: 16 groups providing mutual support averaging 2,500 visits per year;
- Helpline: providing information and referral to over 1,485 callers per year;
- Educational Courses: free classes, including NAMI’s signature Family to Family course, reaching over 75 participants per year;
- Outreach: providing information about mental illness via our Community Education Nights, Speakers Bureau and Health Fairs to more than 1,100 people per year;
- Multi-Cultural Outreach: providing specialized services to the African-American and Hispanic communities, including Spanish-language courses and materials.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
September 8, 2021
- Web Design
- Counseling / Mental Health
- Video Production
- Internet Research
- Microsoft Office Suite
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- • Due to COVID-19, this internship is ongoing • Preferred: late afternoon/evening availability for 8 hours per week, but this opportunity is flexible
- Compensation • This is an unpaid position. There is opportunity for school credit if allowed by the college/university of applicant. Position offers an excellent opportunity to work on substantive projects and can result in a great reference!