intern video editing

Would you like to work on videos with impact filmed in Africa, Asia and LA?
Do you enjoy video editing for social media campaigns?
If yes, then you might want to join our Makmende Media team as our editing intern.

At Makmende we support clients that want to change the world. With a small international team we work for NGOs and progressive brands (like Care/H&M Foundation, Unicef, Booking.com and Ministry of Foreign Affairs). We produce video and photography on all continents: from Bolivia to Uganda, Ukraine and Vietnam. We do this together with a network of local and talented professionals. They are our eyes and ears on the ground: they research, produce, film and photograph in even the most remote areas. 

What are we looking for?

We are looking for a student who is enthusiastic about an internship within our Editing and Production department and:

  • Follows a media study (MBO or HBO education level)
  • Knows how to work with Adobe Premiere Pro (After Effects, Photoshop are a plus)
  • Basic experience with editing social media content
  • Good written and verbal communication skills English (fluent in Dutch is a plus)
  • Works independently and proactively
  • Good multi-tasker and team player
  • You are based in The Netherlands

What we offer you

  • Further improve your knowledge and experience with all steps of video editing
  • Working on social media content as part of international campaigns
  • Gaining experience with post productions tools (like DaVinci)
  • Editing and testing our 360 video’s on VR glasses
  • A fun team with many opportunities for introducing new ideas
  • An Internship allowance and a nice office in the Centre of Amsterdam

Enthusiastic about the above? Then we would like to get in touch! Send us your resume and a short motivation to meike@makmendemedia.com or if you have questions you can call us at: + 31-204231644 

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Want to know what a day at Makmende looks like? Follow the journey of our intern Benthe.