Internships

Internships

Internships

Video Production

Position Overview

The CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities is looking for creative and talented interns to provide end-to-end video production support for CHSS college and faculty projects.  This is an exceptional opportunity to use the skills one has, learn new skills, and add a substantial item to a resume.

The position is a non-paid, credit-based internship, with a time commitment of 20 hours per week

Site Supervisor: Director, Center for the Digital Humanities

Work Location: Schmitt Hall 135B

Qualifications

Creativity, attention to detail, and excellent written and verbal communications skills are a must!

A working knowledge of HTML, mobile applications, media content planning, video, branding and advertising a plus but not required.

Desired Skills: Pre-production, Post Production, Comfortable working independently, Media Production, Digital Production, Interested in working with a team, Story-boarding, Digital Media, Creative, Video Production

Video Editing

Position Overview

The CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities is looking for creative and talented interns to provide video editing support for CHSS college and faculty projects.  This is an exceptional opportunity to use the skills one has, learn new skills, and add a substantial item to a resume.

The position is a non-paid, credit-based internship, with a time commitment of 20 hours per week

Site Supervisor: Director, Center for the Digital Humanities

Work Location: Schmitt Hall 135B

Qualifications

Creativity, attention to detail, and excellent written and verbal communications skills are a must!

A working knowledge of HTML, mobile applications, media content planning, video, branding and advertising a plus but not required

Desired Skills: Comfortable working independently, Media Production, Digital Production, Interested in working with a team, Digital Media, Creative, Video Production

Digital Media Support

Position Overview

The CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities is looking for creative and talented interns to provide digital media support for faculty research projects and ELD activities.  This is an exceptional opportunity to use the skills one has, learn new skills, and add a substantial item to a resume.

The position is a non-paid, part-time internship, or can be credit-based, with a time commitment of approximately 20 hours per week, based on the requirements of your specific academic unit.

Site Supervisor: Director, CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities

Work Location: Schmitt Hall 135

 

Qualifications

Creativity, attention to detail, and excellent written and verbal communications skills are a must!

A working knowledge of HTML, mobile applications, media content planning, video, branding and advertising a plus but not required.

Desired Skills: Basic HTML, Effective verbal and written communication skills, Comfortable working independently, graphics editing, Attention to Detail, Social Media Best Practices, Creativity, Well-organized, Digital Media, working as part of a team.

Social Media and Public Writing

Position Overview

The Center for the Digital Humanities (CDH) is looking for proactive, engaging, and energetic interns to manage and grow the CDH communities and social media platforms. This is an exceptional opportunity to use the skills one has, learn new skills, and add a substantial item to a resume.

The position is a non-paid, part-time internship and can be credit based with a time commitment of approximately 20 hours per week, based on the requirements of your specific academic unit.

“Being able to coordinate a social media calendar and content writing for the Center for the Digital Humanities has made me more confident not just in my writing, but promoting a company or organization online. It was the initial step I took to realize I wanted to pursue digital marketing after graduating from Montclair State University.”

Melissa Townsend

Qualifications

Creativity, attention to detail, and excellent written and verbal communications skills are a must! The successful candidate will have good familiarity with social media analytics and growth strategies in different platforms, including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram. Experience with WordPress, graphics and media (audio, video) creation and editing, website development, mobile applications, content creation/management, media content planning, video, branding and advertising a plus but not required.

Can provide evidence of previous content writing (long and short form) experience, such as press releases, news articles, blog posts, white papers, research papers, audio transcripts, and script writing, etc.

The successful candidate will be well organized, able to work individually as well as part of a team, be proficient with technology, including but not limited to either Mac or Windows and Google Drive products, and have a desire to learn hands-on.

Desired Skills: Organized, Works well individually, Effective verbal and written communication skills, Digital Strategy, Attention to Detail, Social Media Best Practices, Creativity, Collaborative Working, Analysis

Web Support and Development

Position Overview

This hands-on internship will place the successful candidate at the core of real-world web site support and development efforts. Reporting to the Director of the CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities (CHD), the intern will be part of the web site design, support, and development for sites including: eld.montclair.edu, eldj.montclair.edu, and www.montclair.edu/chss/center-for-the-digital-humanities/.

This internship covers the fundamentals of a web development and support career, can foster opportunities to grow within the industry and provide invaluable guidance and real world experience.

The position is a non-paid, part-time internship and can be credit based with a time commitment of approximately 20 hours per week, based on the requirements of your specific academic unit.

Site Supervisor: Director, CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities. Work Location: Schmitt 135.

Qualifications

Skills the intern may need, or areas s/he may cover include: coding basic HTML and CSS by hand; create and develop new website elements; develop and test prototype pages; file management, including naming conventions and folder organization; information architecture; functional requirements and design; knowledge of browser-compatibility issues; organize media libraries; post and edit content; user interface design and development; research to help determine potential website features; review and evaluate existing website design and look for ways to improve it; standard web development, tools, best practices and methodologies preferred.

Creativity, attention to detail, and excellent written and verbal communications skills are a must. Experience with graphics and media (audio, video) creation and editing, mobile applications and development, content creation/management, Drupal, WordPress, PHP and PHP frameworks, JavaScript and JavaScript frameworks, C#, C++, Java or other web development languages, and SEO optimization are a plus but not required.

The successful candidate will be well organized, detail oriented, self-motivated, able to work individually as well as part of a team, be proficient with technology, including but not limited to either Mac or Windows and Microsoft Office products, and have a desire to learn hands-on what it takes to put a various types of events together.

Desired Skills: CSS, Website Development, Website design, Cross-browser Compatibility, Comfortable working independently, HTML, ux, Website Updating, Digital Media, working as part of a team.

GIS

Position Overview

The CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities is looking for interns to provide support for our projects utilizing GIS.  This is an exceptional opportunity to use the skills one has, learn new skills, and add a substantial item to a resume.

Applicants should come to an interview prepared to demonstrate abilities and provide access to, or sample of past work.

The position is a non-paid, part-time internship, or can be credit-based, with a time commitment of approximately 20 hours per week, based on the requirements of your specific academic unit.

Site Supervisor: Director, Center for the Digital Humanities

Work Location: Center for the Digital Humanities, Schmitt Hall 135

Qualifications:

A working knowledge of the following is a plus, but not required:

Carto/OpenStreetMaps/QGIS

SQL/R/Python

HTML/CSS/Javascript

GPS measuring tools

SPSS/SAS/JMP

Access/FileMaker/other database

Other responsibilities could, but do not necessarily, include: creating and modifying features of various maps, data analysis and interpretation, ensuring the accuracy of data, general administrative assistance, locating physical assets, map book creation, organizing drawings and files (both physical and electronic), produce a variety of maps for both print and web publishing, resolving conflicting information, taking accurate field measurements, and/or verify accuracy of existing maps.

Desired Skills: GIS analysis, Field Recording, Interpersonal Skills, Attention to Detail, GIS, ArcGIS, Problem Solving, Data Mapping, Written & Verbal Communication, Creativity.

Grant Writing

Position Overview

The CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities (CHD) Grant Writing internship offers students the opportunity to work with key members of the CDH, Emerging Learning Design (ELD), and faculty. Reporting to the Director of the CDH, the Grant Writing intern will work with /assist faculty with their own grants as well as identify and work on grants to support the CDH.

The position is a non-paid, part-time internship, or can be credit-based, with a time commitment of approximately 20 hours per week, based on the requirements of your specific academic unit.

Site Supervisor: Director, CHSS Center for the Digital Humanities

Work Location: Schmitt Hall 135

Qualifications:

You should be reliable, self-motivated, well-organized, and have excellent time-management skills. Being able to set priorities and meet deadlines while working on multiple projects is important. You should be able to work independently with minimal supervision as well as part of a team.

Technology is a critical skill for almost any organization, therefore an appropriate level of technical skills is expected, especially word processing, spreadsheets, and Google Drive. Being familiar with both Windows and Mac is a plus, but not required.

Desired Qualification:

Time Management, Exceptional Written Skills, Meet Deadlines, Attention to Detail, Research, Reliable, Verbal Communication, Editing, Multitasking, Proofreading