We are looking for Montreal university students to participate in an upcoming Video Documentary Virtual Internship. This internship, also known as VDOC, will allow students who are passionate about storytelling, documentaries and entrepreneurship to use their skills to create a documentary on the lives of visible minority women entrepreneurs in Canada and Colombia. We have many roles to fill but more specifically, interns will take part in the five stages of filmmaking: development, pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution.
By participating in this project, interns will have the opportunity to participate in a unique cross-cultural experience and strengthen their technical skills in video production. Concordia students can get 3 university credits in exchange for participating (subject to conditional approval).
The entrepreneurs that will be featured in this documentary are all participants in an on-going program organized by CEED Concordia and Nuestro Flow, a Montreal-born social enterprise operating in Bogota, Colombia. The program, called Women's Solidarity: Entrepreneurship between Quebec and Colombia, provides needs assessment and capacity building to female visible minority entrepreneurs from Quebec and Colombia.
The application deadline is Sunday, September 19th at 11:59 PM EST.
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