Video Content Management Intern

Population Action International advocates for women and families to have access to contraception in order to improve their health, reduce poverty and protect their environment. PAI collaborates with advocacy partners worldwide to ensure reproductive health is a priority. We interpret U.S. policies and global funding trends for our international colleagues and provide grants to community-based organizations to support their own advocacy efforts. PAI exists because providing women with the family planning they want can save hundreds of thousands of lives, prevent unintended pregnancies and reduce unsafe abortion. We are currently recruiting a Video Content Management Intern for Fall 2014. This internship will focus on working with the Information Resources (IR) department to organize digital content created from PAI’s video documentary work and assist with the creation of a video repository where the most relevant video files will be searchable and viewable for future projects.  The intern will also work closely with the Information Technology and Communications departments.


  •  Apply a rating system to identify files for inclusion into a video repository to support PAI’s current work and organizational goals
  • Assist with finalizing the work flow and documentation for the selection, cataloging, and management of files within the video repository
  • Help create, test and provide feedback for the intake and processing procedures for new video file inventory



  • Enrollment in a degree program where managing information assets is a core skillset (e.g. Library and Information Science, Digital Asset and Media Management, or Information Technology).  Please list relevant coursework or experience.
  • Working knowledge of information management and/or digital media
  • Experience working with digital assets, especially video assets, a plus
  • Strong organizational and creative thinking skills are essential
  • Highly precise attention to detail and a commitment to process are crucial


Learning Objectives

  • Intern will be able to create and implement business processes for file rating and materials incorporation into digital asset collections.
  • Intern will be able to create work flows and usage guides to make digital resources easily accessible to staff.
  • Intern will become familiar with digital assets management and information services at a non-profit organization

Duration of Internship September – November 2014 Interns work approx. 20 hours per week and will receive a small stipend. Supervisor(s)

  • LiMin Fields, Library Fellow (IR)
  • Advisors: Mary Panke (IR), Sarah Reidy (IT) & Emma Weinstein-Levey (Communications)

Resume with cover letter may be emailed to LiMin Fields ( EOE.