Video Production Opportunities for Students
There are several paid and unpaid opportunities on campus for students interested in video production. To search for current job openings, go to Human Resources.
The following list gives an overview of campus departments and offices that need students to produce video for multiple purposes.
Location: Pamplin Sports Center
The Athletics department hires students to produce multimedia content to promote student-athletes, build fanbase, improve gameday experience, and gain attention for programs. Athletics video content appears on LCPioneers.com, L&C PioStream, and the L&C Pioneers social media channels.
Location: Watzek Library and Rogers
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-768-7293
Educational Technology is part of Information Technology (IT). The EdTech team regularly hires students to assist in a wide variety of instructional projects that involve recording, producing, and sharing video in a variety of formats. The team regularly consults and advises on complex video production, hosting, and sharing to support instruction, curricular projects, research, performances, and other academic work. Training and specialized equipment is provided as needed. The team also regularly works with faculty, students, and departments to design and deliver digital skills workshops and ensure student access to and training on necessary equipment.
Location: Evans Music Center
The Department of Music hires student videographers to capture and edit visual content for use in marketing and publicity of departmental events. This student videographer is responsible for visiting classes, ensemble rehearsals, and/or music performances to safely capture video from a distance while not disrupting musicians. Student videographers must be well-versed in editing software, and be able to provide edited, polished videos in a timely manner. The position is a federal work study position and is supervised by the performance events coordinator.
Contact: email@example.com or 503-768-7970
The Office of Communications produces marketing materials for all three Lewis & Clark schools (graduate, law, and undergraduate). Work-study students are hired to create marketing content for Lewis & Clark’s social media channels including YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok.
Location: Watzek Library
Contact: ITservice@lclark.edu or 503-768-7225
The Resource Lab is part of Information Technology (IT). It is a high-end multimedia development lab that is open to anyone in the Lewis & Clark community. They offer a vast array of current software and specialized recording equipment designed to produce video, audio, multimedia projects, and high-quality prints and posters. Two editing suites are available 24 hours a day to work on your projects with more privacy. You may reserve project time in 4-hour blocks.
Location: Fir Acres Theatre
The Theatre Department hires videographers to make archival recordings of productions and class presentations. These projects require little editing and are not seen by the general public. On more rare occasions, the videographer will work with faculty and staff to create new video resources for classes. Basic video editing skills, communication, and the ability to work with deadlines is required. Students applying must be eligible for federal work-study funding.