For the past 50 years, the Writers Guild Foundation has been dedicated to preserving and promoting the craft of writing for the screen. We host a broad variety of programs to instruct and inspire emerging writers, host an extensive archive of artifacts from the history of screenwriting and maintain the Shavelson-Webb script library—the only library in the world devoted solely to writing for the screen.
The Writers Guild Foundation seeks an intern to assist with organizing, digitizing, editing and curating a collection of recorded events from our organization's past and present. The intern will add these videos to our growing online library and help generate ideas on how to use the content on our social media channels and blog. This internship is remote until the stay at home order is lifted and will work 15-20 hours a week from August through February.
A qualified candidate should have excellent organizational skills, be very detail-oriented and proficient in Microsoft Office. Students with video editing skills are preferred as well as students with an interest in entertainment and film history.
How to Apply
Interested students may send a resume and cover letter to the Archivist and supervisor, Hilary Swett at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the letter, please explain your interest in and qualifications for the position. She can also answer questions via email.