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Seeking Volunteer Videographer/Editor

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Literacy DuPage

Shabnam & Michael
Shabnam and her tutor Michael.

Literacy DuPage is seeking a videographer/editor to join our volunteer team to film and edit high-quality video content with a focus on creating engaging short videos for marketing and social media. This volunteer position would be for a few hours per month, at most. Volunteer must provide their own equipment and software.

  • Direct and manage the video production process and perform post-production work, including editing, motion graphics, color correction, and audio adjustments, ensuring the film retains the mood, style, and delivery as specified.
  • Experience in creating quality video content, including lifestyle, destination, and brand content.
  • A sharp eye for creative and compelling visuals
  • Proficient in Full Adobe Suite - Especially Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, and motion graphics - Illustrator and Audition skills are a plus.
  • Know how to operate cameras and, when needed, other production equipment to shoot footage with technical and creative proficiency.
  • Knowledge for the best ways to grab viewers and a sense of connecting with the audience in as little time as possible.

If possible, please include your resume and a link to samples of your work.

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About Literacy DuPage


c/o College of DuPage – Continuing Ed., SRC 1111, 425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137, US

Mission Statement

Literacy DuPage equips a big-hearted army of tutors to sit side-by-side with adults who cannot understand, speak, read, or write English. Imagine! We give these volunteers the materials, techniques, and confidence they need to help adults bust through language barriers and experience a whole new world of communication and connection--right here in DuPage County. Together, we help adults achieve their goals through free, accessible and customized tutoring in English to empower families and communities through literacy.


Literacy DuPage is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, community-based organization that provides accessible and customized tutoring in English to adult learners in DuPage County. Since 1972, we have been able to provide this service for free to over 10,000 adult learners throughout 30 different communities in DuPage County through the generosity and dedication of our volunteer tutors.

Our tutors come from a wide range of backgrounds, as no prior teaching experience or foreign language background is necessary to become a tutor. We train and guide our tutors throughout the tutoring process. Materials and techniques are provided to allow the tutor to guide the learner toward the achievement of personal goals. Tutors incorporate everyday materials such as a newspaper, map, or job application into their lessons. Tutoring occurs in one-on-one or small group settings at a mutually convenient time and location for both tutors and students.

If you wish to help literally change the lives of adult learners and impact future generations as a volunteer tutor, please visit our website at http://www.literacydupage.org or call us at 630.942.5210. We look forward to hearing from you!

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We'll work with your schedule.


College of DuPage: Main Campus425 Fawell Blvd.Berg Instructional Center (BIC) 2C04Glen Ellyn, IL 60137



  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Sound Production
  • Video Production
  • Audio-Visual
  • Journalism


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • At most, a few hours a month

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