UD Seeking Multimedia Interns

UD Seeking Multimedia Interns

Multimedia Intern


Multimedia Intern

The multimedia intern should have a passion for visual storytelling and creating shareable, relevant content on the University of Delaware’s official social media accounts. This position will work 15 hours per week, two to three days each week dependent upon the needs of current visual projects.


Up to $10/hour

Skills Needed

  • Unique eye for video and photo (shooting both on a DSLR)
  • Skilled in editing with Final Cut X or Adobe Premiere
  • Skilled in editing in Photoshop (and utilizing Photo Mechanic)
  • Knowledge of Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest


  • Fill in for video and photo assignments when needed, including occasional night and weekend event coverage. Intern may be assigned an event to cover, producing a photo gallery and/or short (60- to 90-second) video. Photos and/or video will be posted soon after the event as timely news coverage.
  • Review videos submitted for posting to UD’s YouTube page and offer constructive criticism regarding audio, lower thirds, branding and content. These videos are submitted from departments and colleges across campus.
  • Edit/tone and resize photos in Photoshop for posting to social media.
  • Upload content to the digital asset management system for use on www.udel.edu, which includes naming, keywording, captioning and resizing images to standardize specs.
  • Conceive unique visual story ideas and posts for UD’s main social media channels.
  • Assist the Multimedia Specialist on video/photoshoots when a second camera is needed.
  • Track official UD hashtags (e.g., #UDel, #UDWelcome, #UDWinter and other seasons, athletics, etc.) on Instagram and Twitter to pull the best content for re-posting and roundup galleries.
  • Scan UD archives and Blue Hen Yearbooks for #tbt photos.
  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.


Please send an email to digitalteam@udel.edu that includes your resume.

Associate in Arts Program Transition Seminar

Are you transitioning to Newark in Fall 2017?  Need help with the transition while preparing for life after graduation (i.e.internships, grad school applications)? Need help connecting to resources on main campus? SIgn up for ARSC167: Associate in Arts Program Transition Seminar. It is a 1-credit course that meets Wednesdays, 2 – 3 p.m on main campus.  This is a great course to take while adjusting to main campus.

Wednesday, 4/26: Education Career Fair

The University of Delaware Council on Teacher Education and Career Services are sponsoring PROJECT SEARCH on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.  This education career fair will be held at the Bob Carpenter Sports/Convocation Center.  We are pleased to bring you our thirty-ninth annual event, which will give school officials an opportunity to meet with and interview qualified candidates in a variety of academic fields.

The dress code is business professional.

Bring multiple copies of your resume to share with employers.



• 8:30 am: UD Students & Alumni enter arena floor

• 8:30 am – 9:30 am: Schedule interviews with UD Students & Alumni and/or begin to converse with these candidates at your table/s

• 9:00 am: Non-UD Candidates enter arena floor

• 9:00 am – 9:30 am: Schedule interviews with non-UD candidates and/or begin to converse with these candidates at your table/s

• 9:30 am: Scheduled interviews begin

• 9:30 am – 4:00 pm: Scheduled interviews and non-scheduled interviews/conversations with candidates continue.


Concessions will be on sale on the concourse level for all participants.


We look forward to seeing you at the 39th annual PROJECT SEARCH in April!


Career Services Center at University of Delaware
Jenni Kaper – 302-831-8569
Ph: 302-831-2392 | career-events@udel.edu | www.udel.edu/CSC


Visit the Career Services Center website for more information.

Friday, 4/21: Physical Therapy Career Fair

The career fair is open to UD DOCTORAL PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENTS and UD PHYSICAL THERAPY ALUMNI. Company representatives will be in attendance to provide you with information regarding their organization, hiring needs and requirements for full-time and summer employment.

Dress code is business professional.

Come prepared with multiple resumes in hand!


Visit the Career Services Center website for more information.