Video Asset Management Internship

Overview

The Digital Media Department is pleased to offer an internship assisting with the organization, description, and management of digital video assets used for curatorial, educational, and marketing/communications projects. Working with the Digital Media Producer and Digital Asset Manager & Strategist, the Video Asset Management Intern will learn about the lifecycle of digital video in a museum setting. The preferred candidate should have an interest in managing digital video at an organizational level.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in projects defined by the Digital Asset Manager & Strategist
  • Organize digital video from the Digital Media department
  • Apply data entry/tagging specifications to video assets
  • Develop and prototype video asset workflows
  • Create written documentation for video asset management workflows

Learning/Training Opportunities

  • Develop an understanding of video asset management career opportunities and required skills
  • Gain experience in best practices for managing digital video
  • Learn to translate requirements into workable solutions
  • Develop abilities to create useful documentation
  • Gain experience working with digital asset management (Piction), desktop applications (Adobe Bridge, Premier, Prelude), and content collaboration systems (Confluence/Jira).

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Currently enrolled in one of the following undergraduate programs: digital media production, communications, or computer/information science
  • Strong computer skills and confidence in learning new applications
  • Ability to work 20 hours per week
  • Interest in the enterprise-level management of digital media
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and take direction
  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite applications (Premier, Bridge, etc.)
  • Familiarity with command-line utilities for managing video files (FFMPEG, Windows Batch Scripts, Python or equivalent)

Additional Benefits

  • $750 monthly stipend to assist with living expenses
  • 25% discount in The Corning Museum of Glass Shops and Café
  • Free admission to the museum for you and your guests
  • Opportunity to earn academic credit in collaboration with your university/college

Application Instructions

Please submit the following to interns@cmog.org:

  • A current resume; 
  • A cover letter describing your current career objectives and interest in digital media/digital asset management; and
  • Contact information for one academic reference (e.g. internship advisor/coordinator) and one employment reference

Applications are due March 15 for the summer internship.

The Corning Museum of Glass is an Equal Opportunity Employer.