Producer interns work closely with our team of producers, learning firsthand about what it’s like to work a day in their shoes.
From fielding client calls, to building budget estimates and creating call sheets, we’ll help you build the foundational skills to becoming a producer in our industry.
What you’ll get:
- $10 an hour to learn and practice the skills to become a producer
- Opportunities to use creative skills to help produce our projects
- Desire to learn about producing photography and video production projects
- At least 15 hours a week to dedicate to this position
- Must be available on Mondays from 11a - 530p for Internship Huddles, equipment trainings, and weekly workshops
- Have a reliable form of transportation to get to downtown SLC and set locations
- Laptop for office days and possibly set days
Who we’re looking for:
- Someone that wants to learn about the industry
- Someone that’s willing to become a creative problem solver
In the office, we’ll teach you how to:
- Effectively communicate with team members and clients
- Create call sheets for projects
- Update “Monthly Stats” for BW Projects
On set, you'll learn how to:
- Light the scene
- Interact and interview with clients
- Work with our equipment
Tasks you’ll be assigned:
- Create call sheets for video and photo projects
- Create new leads on Project Binder
- Input new client information on Project Binder
- Prep crafty before every shoot
- Prep media before every shoot
- Track project stats
Informative shadowing opportunities:
- Building estimates & determining project scopes
- Creating shoot schedules
- Developing interview questions and talking points
- Joining in on client pre-production calls
- Learning client communication processes
- Shadowing producers on set
On top of all of that, be prepared to engage in team-building activities and group projects.
Get ready to sharpen your personal narrative skills when writing about your experiences on set for our “From the Intern’s Corner” series.
Hear about our previous producer's perspective From the Intern's Corner!
Each intern will be responsible for making their own schedule. You are free to split it however you want so long as you work at least 15 hours a week. Your 15 hour minimum includes the mandatory Monday for Intern Huddles, so please schedule accordingly.
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