Seeking Interns for Documentry in East Austin

20 08 2008

Attention all film majors… they are seeking interns for a documentary on school reform. The location for the documentary will be none other than East Austin. This sounds like a great gig so get all your stuff in order!

The Blueprint Schools Documentary Project is seeking
interns for a documentary on school reform in east
austin, texas.

The film is in the production phase and will be
gathering data and filming this semester through the
early fall, then will enter into post-production. The
internship does not provide a financial stipend. You
will receive credit in the documentary, a copy of the
DVD, and possible co-authorship on any
published writing depending on the level of
involvement.

We are seeking 3 interns/research associates
(undergraduate/graduate/gr

ade school and or those not
currently in school)
whose work will involve the following but not limited
to:-research on the history of school reform in east
austin
-research on the history of school reform nationwide
and in texas
-quantitative analysis of TEA data of blueprint
schools
-help with intersections of discussion
-production help for video shoots
-assistance with graphic production
-reviewers of relevant research writings
-transcription
-translation-logging
-editing, graphic art productionIf interested, please contact Andrea at:

andrea@blueprintschools.com

and send a bio or resume along with a short
description of your interests in the film.

More information on the project can be found at:

www.blueprintschools.com

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