Abusua Foundation is looking for an intern to join its partner Coastal Television. As an intern you will be part of a team professionals working to create and implement television programming. You will be involved in scriptwriting, editing, and involved in all that goes to producing news, documentaries, and studio-based programmes.
Coastal Television is the first Community Television Station in Ghana. It is ‘free to air” and easily accessible to communities in Cape Coast, where it is located, as well as communities within 20kms radius of Cape Coast. Through the use of music, docu-dramas, folklore and a host of interactive programmes, Coastal Television serves an important social mirror and a bridge in moving the Central Region from despair to hope.
We are looking for people with a proven interest in media and journalism, and who want the challenge of working in a TV station in Ghana. We require a one month commitment, but internships can last up to one year.
Communication skills (written and oral)
Organizational skills – project planning, execution and evaluation
Filming, video editing, cinematography
Fundraising and development experience
Objective of placement:
The objectives of the placement are:
Assist Coastal Television in the creation and implementation of its programmes.
Advocate local and national issues, such as human rights, politics, civil liberties, social enterprise, gender issues and economic development.
Foster skill transfer between the interns and Coastal TV.
All interns are provided with airport pick-up, orientation, daily food (breakfast and dinner) and accommodation for the basic fee of $120 a week.
Send cover letter and resume to the attention of the “Programme Coordinator”
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about Abusua Foundation is available from www.abusuafoundation.com
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