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||Video Tutorial Development for IMLS Native American & Hawaiian Library Services Grant Programs
||A virtual intern will create dynamic and engaging video tutorials of approximately five to ten minutes each, to teach Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant applicants how to apply for and manage their Native American and Native Hawaiian Library Services grants.
||Institute of Museum and Library Services
||Editing and proofreading, Graphic design, Marketing, Infographic design, Writing, Storytelling/blogging/vlogging
||This project will include a combination of staff-directed and self-directed work during the internship. The intern
will have regularly assigned tasks, but will also develop new ways to help applicants from Native American tribes, Native Alaskan Corporations, and Native Hawaiian organizations build their grant writing and managing capacity. Desired qualifications include the ability to present information using software such as PowerPoint or Adobe. For more information about the Native American and Hawaiian Library Services programs, please visit the following links: