Sandy Storyline seeking researchers and interns
Sandy Storyline is an award winning participatory documentary that collects and shares stories about the impact of Hurricane Sandy. We are seeking a research volunteer or intern to help us research press, reports, data and other information as part of the ongoing post-Sandy recovery. You will help us synthesize and pull together a variety of diverse information so that we can develop informational content for our social media, web platform, events and installations, short films, and more.
We hope you have:
–Solid research, design, writing skills and attention to detail
–Investigative reporting skills or social science background a plus
–Story development also a plus
We are looking for “self starters,” with a passion for stories and storytelling, and an interest in the topics we cover (economic inequality, climate change, disaster response, recovery needs after Sandy, etc). We are also looking for people with the ability to explore ideas, creatively problem solve, and execute projects.
Positions are unpaid and available starting immediately. They are for approximately 8-15 hours a week with flexible day/time arrangements.
Send a resume and a note about why you are interested in working with to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandy Storyline is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, color, sex, age, national origin or disability. We invite and encourage people with a personal connection to Hurricane Sandy to apply.
About Sandy Storyline:
When Hurricane Sandy came barreling up the eastern seaboard, it impacted more than 10 million people, devastating already vulnerable coastal communities. Sandy Storyline consists of a series of character-driven short films and multimedia stories contributed by residents, volunteers and citizen journalists, shared through an immersive web experience, public installations and events. Through collaborating with the people who are experiencing the storm’s aftermath to share their cell phone images, words and voices, Sandy Storyline is democratizing how the story is covered and advancing a bold model of participatory investigation.