12 people are interested
Podcast Producers & Composers - Village Voices Podcast
ORGANIZATION: Project Imo
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12 people are interested
Being part of a creative team is your jam. Telling stories. Digging into facts. You want to help listeners connect to conversation through youth leadership, community access, nature education, and personal stories. Perhaps you have the gift of music and like to compose short music pieces to support a story. Maybe you have an eye for detail and love editing audio.
Project Imo produces a jaunty little conservation podcast where we explore topics of outdoor education, positive youth development, community building, nature education, and how they all connect to protect the natural world. Our team would love support through developing story concepts, research, scripting, and editing. This can lead to guest host opportunities for interested volunteers.
Interested folk will have listened to some Village Voices episodes to see where we’re going and will have a working knowledge of Audacity software for editing or a dedicated interested in learning it. Podcast volunteers can also find space in developing and researching compelling stories or composing short music sections to support the story. Find links to the podcast here https://projectimo.org/village-voices-podcast.
Volunteers can be remote but must have suitable desktop or laptop computing capacity for the role as well as a suitable microphone if eventually working in the recording environment.
Project Imo incorporates youth voice into our work. This opportunity is available to youth to assist.
We’re looking forward to telling stories with you!
About Project Imo
50 Larrow Drive, North Windham, CT 06256, US
The mission of Project Imo is to use outdoor experiential programs to help groups and communities develop relationships and skills for sustainable success and provide access to greenspaces and learning for underserved youth. By utilizing experiential education programs, community problem-solving endeavors, shared spaces for peacebuilding, and outdoor learning, Project Imo will help people build social-emotional skills, leadership skills, knowledge and competencies, and connections with nature.
Project Imo supports its framework through a series of programs including youth leadership development initiatives, child and youth educational programs and products, community leadership and team building services and programs, innovative and scientifically supported educational tools and resources, and preserving natural spaces for use in these endeavors.
Team Imo leverages over two centuries of experience in a wide variety of disciplines that merge into a comprehensive approach to community building and service delivery for children and youth, underserved community groups, a wide variety of community stakeholders, and our natural world. Our growing and passionate community includes experienced outdoor and classroom educators and youth services professionals, innovative technology experts, research professionals, justice system professionals, and conservationists.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
July 1, 2022
- Environmental Education
- Sound Production
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- 5-10 hours per month on average