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Game Day Video Intern (Unpaid Part-Time/Seasonal) with Reno Aces in Reno · NV

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Project Description: 
Video production internship where intern will learn the project life cycle from rough cut video capture to final production. Final production presented to the fans/customers in-game, on social media, or on the website.

Responsibilities:
  • Intern will capture rough cut video and work with Manager to story board the video.
  • Measure the results of the video, how does it perform?
  • How can we make changes to our next video to achieve higher engagement?
  • Work with Manager to see how the final product is created and learn about final production.
  • Full video life cycle exposure from ideation to rough cuts to finished product.
  • Rough cut work includes recording video of Reno Aces players and fans during games, BP, bullpens, etc.

Other areas for learning:  
The requirements of this internship include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Develop video library and sort video into folders for easy access. Organization is an important skill for any video producer.
  • Maintenance of video library and equipment so that it preforms as required.
  • Assist with in-game technology; opportunity to learn to use many type of equipment and programs. Intern will be taught my manager.

Learning Objectives:
  • Hands-on, real time videography experience
  • Live events coverage
  • Understanding of sports marketing and content
  • The importance of event logistics and timing
  • Working as a team to reach a goal
  • Measuring outcomes; how successful was the video. Use engagement metrics to improve results over the season.
  • Networking with professional staff

Timeline:
Game day report time is approximately 1 hour prior to first pitch (game times vary). The Game Day Video Intern will work no more than 16 hours per homestand, averaging 5 hours per game worked. This intern will be dismissed between the 6th inning and the game’s conclusion. There will be 4 hours allotted to this position when the team is on the road to allow for in-office learning detailed above (post production, evaluation of video’s performance, story-boarding, etc)

Hours:
Game day report time is approximately 1 hour prior to first pitch (game times vary). The Game Day Video Intern will work no more than 16 hours per homestand, averaging 5 hours per game worked. This intern will be dismissed between the 6th inning and the game’s conclusion. There will be 4 hours allotted to this position when the team is on the road to allow for in-office learning detailed above (post production, evaluation of video’s performance, story-boarding, etc)

College Credit/Compensation:
The internship may be eligible to earn college credit. Internship is unpaid and is not entitled to a paid job at the internship’s end.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration  without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, gender identity, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.

Job Questions:

  1. Why would you like to be considered for this internship?

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