The Organization & ProgramThe Tanenbaum | Center for Interreligious Understanding systematically dismantles religious prejudice, hatred and violence, while simultaneously promoting justice and respect for people of all religious beliefs and none. As a secular and non-sectarian nonprofit, Tanenbaum works to promote religious peacebuilders who help counter extremism and violence in armed conflicts, and tackles religious bullying of students, harassment in workplaces, and disparate health treatment for people based on their beliefs. Tanenbaums Conflict Resolution program identifies, studies and supports the work of religious peacemakers in conflict zones around the world. Our initiatives with and on behalf of these women and men promote religious peacemaking as a legitimate and sometimes necessary component of conflict resolution/transformation, peacebuilding and Track II (citizen) diplomacy. PurposeTanenbaum seeks an experienced audio and podcast Production Intern to support the development and production of our podcast pilot initiative. The Podcast Production Intern will be responsible for shaping and creatively presenting one audio case study about a selected Peacemaker in Action. This requires original storytelling and the ability to bring a unique perspective into listen-first experiences for a diverse audience. Responsibilities and Objectives:Utilize existing Peacemaker stories to develop compelling audio/podcast shows and series in partnership with Tanenbaum staff and Peacemaker(s) Manage and enhance Tanenbaums existing audio products while producing new and original audio offerings with expert storytelling techniqueOversee audio production, including interviews, pre-interviews, scheduling, story ideas, sound editing and mixingPartner with other Tanenbaum teams on marketing, sales, and communication strategiesProduce one case study on one Peacemaker from start to finish: pre-production, interviewing, editing, sound mixing, and post-productionSupport producer and Tanenbaum staff with research, transcription, and story developmentAudio editing skills and experience Qualifications/ Experience Required:2+ years of experience in audio storytelling with 1+ years contributing to production on a successful podcast program Prior knowledge of podcast equipment and studio set-upProactive and creative with excellent writing skillsFamiliarity with the format and content of podcasts such as Ministry of Ideas, The Peacebuilding Podcast, and Diffusion (of the Carnegie Corporation of New York)Strong journalistic judgmentAbility to communicate on an executive level while managing the details of multiple daily productionsStrong collaboration skillsCultural competency and awarenessAbility to work with a small team LocationThe Podcast Production Intern will work out of Tanenbaums Manhattan office in collaboration with Tanenbaum staff, but may be consulted on a partially remote basis after preliminary projects. CompensationThe Podcast Production Intern is an unpaid position. Tanenbaum will work with you and your school so that you receive academic credit for the internship. Internship LengthThis internship preferably lasts two semesters, but applicants are welcomed to apply for one semester as well. Priority will be given to applicants with an ability to contribute for at least 3 months/ the length of one semester. To ApplyInterested candidate may send a cover letter, rsum, description of previous podcast and audio experience, as well as a sample of your podcast work to ...@tanenbaum.org. Be sure to include the name of the position in the subject line of your email. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls, please.TANENBAUM | Center for Interreligious Understanding55 Broad Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10004Email:...@tanenbaum.org Associated topics: intern, internship, semester, trainee
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