|Employer:||Washburn-Norlands Living History Center|
|Internship Title:||Intern: Media Assistant/ Videographer|
|Period of Engagement:||Summer or Fall|
|Description of the Internship:|
|The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center is a multi-faceted museum and working farm that preserves the heritage and traditions of 19th-century rural life in Maine, celebrates the achievements of Livermore’s Washburn family, and uses living history methods to make values, activities, and issues of the past relevant to present and future generations.
The Norlands’ living history experience has become a cornerstone of Maine history lessons for school children and adult learners during the course of its 40-year history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks, the Norlands consists of a working farm, a preserved 200-seat Universalist meeting house, the Washburn’s 1867 mansion and attached farmer’s cottage, an 1883 granite library, and a restored 1853 one-room school house.
For more information on the Washburn-Norlands Living History Center, please visit their website at www.norlands.org
It is desired that the Media Assistant/Videographer intern work four hours per week, though the intern’s schedule can be flexible.
|The Norlands’ seeks an intern to create digital clips of Norlands’ programs, events, and specific farm tasks/skills to be used for marketing purposes on Norlands’ website and social media platforms. The intern may also film programs for archival and documentation and training purposes.
|The intern must be familiar with and experienced with taking video and photographs, have access to video equipment, and be competent with video editing software. Flexible hours in the summer and fall.|
|Application is made through UMF’s Partnership for Civic Advancement.|
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