WhiteHat Magazine is seeking a video editing intern. Candidates may work remotely, but should display close attention to detail, have strong communication skills, and show initiative and self-motivation. Journalism experience is not necessary, but an ability to turn footage into a short but compelling story is important. Experience using Adobe products is a plus. Interns would be working closely with both the Editor in Chief and the CTO to turn captured footage into videos ready for release on social media platforms and the WhiteHat Magazine website. Qualifications Applicants must be at least 18 and attending an accredited institution. Graduate students are also eligible. Candidates should have excellent communication and computer skills, as well as be extremely self-motivated and able to work outside of a structured office environment. Details Interns will be expected to work about 20 hours per week, although the hours and location for working are flexible as long as tasks are completed on time. Internship is unpaid; applications must receive college credit for their experience. How to apply: Please email your resume and a video sample to Chrisella Herzog, Editor in Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the email subject line: “Internship...Read More
Author: Chrisella Herzog
On this episode of Bosses Who Brunch, I talked with the co-founders of DuCo. Sidney and Alicia have created a platform that takes the traditional industry of consultants and experts in Washington, DC, and opens it up to be accessible to anyone. Over a Skype call, Sidney and Alicia tell me what it has been like to get DuCo started, how their platform can help other businesses anywhere in the world, and even how they find time to sit down and read a little every day. Learn more about Dūcō at ducoexperts.com. Sidney and Alicia recommended two books: Get Backed by Evan Baehr and Evan Loomis, and The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. If you are an entrepreneur looking for a supportive community, join the Bosses Who Brunch group on Facebook! Disclosure: Fibonacci Media Co./WhiteHat Magazine participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates...Read More
This article is part of WhiteHat Magazine’s winter 2017 edition, “Welcome to the Code War”. This is an unlocked preview. Please subscribe to access the entire edition. Subscribe now On this episode of Bosses Who Brunch, I sit down with Marissa Johnson, co-founder of the Safety Pin Box. Marissa and her co-founder, Leslie Mac, are both Black Lives Matter activists who took the trend of the safety pin that emerged after the presidential election and turned it into something actionable. The Safety Pin Box came to my attention through one of the organizers of the Salt Lake City Women’s March, so just after the New Year, I sat down with Marissa over Skype to discuss how Safety Pin Box brings activism and business together to work toward social justice. Learn more about Safety Pin Box at safetypinbox.com. Sign up for Safety Pin Box’s newsletter and receive a sample task at safetypinbox.com/newsletter. If you are an entrepreneur looking for a supportive community, join the Bosses Who Brunch group on...Read More
On this week’s episode of Bosses Who Brunch, I sit down with Cheryl Miller Houser over a phone interview. Cheryl is the co-director of Generation Startup, a documentary released in September 2016 that follows six entrepreneurs through their journey to starting a company. The film follows the failures and successes of these entrepreneurs over 17 months, taking viewers on a journey through the emotional roller coaster of starting a business. I talk with Cheryl about some of the challenges that she faced in making this movie, as well as some of the things she learned from the entrepreneurs she was documenting. WhiteHat Magazine is hosting a one-night-only screening of Generation Startup in Salt Lake City on January 19th! We hope you will join us for this special event and get to know the Wasatch Front’s entrepreneurship community. Get your tickets for WhiteHat Magazine’s showing of Generation Startup on January 19th in Salt Lake City! Ticket sales end January 12th! Find out more about Generation Startup at this link. If you are an entrepreneur looking for a supportive community, join the Bosses Who Brunch group on...Read More
Since 2011, the world has watched as Syria descended into violence, and ever-increasing numbers of refugees have sought protection from an outside world that is simultaneously growing more hostile and discriminatory toward refugees. Most recently, we watched in horror as Aleppo fell under siege for five months, one of the longest sieges in modern history, and civilians took to social media to say their final goodbyes to the world in mid-December. Because of the nature of foreign policy and international affairs, it often feels hopeless, and that we, as civilians, are useless to make any change or affect the outcomes. We...Read More
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