SeoulGlow is looking for interns to assist with video production, editing, transcription, translation, and subtitling for the video podcast. Ideal candidates would be able to work for up to 10 hours a week or so, and be students in the Seogang, Ewha, Yonsei, or Hongdae areas, since my home studio is quite close by.
You would be able to learn the basics of video production and post-production, as well as working with Macintosh computers, iMovie, and Final Cut Pro. Also, for sound production, GarageBand, Audacity, and SoundTrack are the programs that we would be using, in addition to all kinds of other multimedia production.
Also, you would be somewhat bilingual, and potential Korean applicants should note that since I and many of the people I work with are American, English skills will be important. I do speak Korean, but many of the people and talent we will be working with won't. So the chance to get to free talk in English should be an added draw here.
Finally, the intern will be paid a stipend of 3,500 won an hour – not much, but then again, this is one of those internships that could be actually worth doing for free, considering the concrete production, video editing, and other skills being taught in an English environment. So the small stipend should be considered a gesture of appreciation for your time, rather than a wage.
If you know anyone interested, please tell them to come to this blog, click my contact link in the top right-hand corner, and get in touch with me right away, with a resume in MS Word format.
– One position will be a combined intern/assistant, and should be reliable, smart, and somewhat bilingual. This person will learn and also help train a second intern.
– The other position will be primarily an intern only.
Dear readers, if you are connected to some smart, savvy students, tell them not to dawdle. I need two interns fast!