What: Village Health Works is looking for a filmmaker to put together short films to help promote their work in Burundi. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who is passionate about film and social justice issues as well as wanting to gain hands-on experience editing films for fundraising and social media.
About: Village Health Works is a non-profit organization that aims to provide access to high quality health care for all, regardless of whether the individual would be able to pay for it or not. Their headquarters are in New York, with their efforts concentrated on Burundi. “VHW’s mission is to be a center of excellence in healing and teaching our world in a dignified environment while promoting community empowerment and economic opportunities for the poor. We work closely with local communities whose leaders participate in decision-making.” Village Health Works’ founder was recently featured in Tracy Kidder’s recent book, STRENGTH IN WHAT REMAINS. More information about the organization can be found on their website: villagehealthworks.org
Details: Working on a volunteer basis, candidate must posses skills and knowledge of Final Cut Pro and experienced in media management. Position requires 10-15 hours per week beginning as soon as possible. If you’re interested, please send your resume and a sample of your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Liz Ballantyne directly: email@example.com