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Freelance: Art and Design

Freelance Book Cover Design

June 17, 2015

Bankrupt and Dead: The Wilma Bailey Story tells the fall of a great city (Detroit) through the eyes of one of it’s prominent business owners; Wilma Bailey. A country girl who knows nothing about the streets, makes a deal with the devil in order to open up her own beauty salon. As history explodes around her, she faces impossible situations that empower her and scar her. A woman who only wants to provide for her sons and must make life changing decisions in an ever changing city.

If interested in being apart of this important project please send your resume and a link to your portfolio to Billy Schofield wrschofi@umich.edu before 7/17/15.

Compensation to be negotiated.

Videographer Wanted

June 16, 2015

The Frankel Center for Judaic Studies is seeking an experienced student Videographer to create, edit, and produce a promotional video for the Judaic Studies academic program. Video production will begin in late August/early September and include taping of Judaic Studies students providing first-hand experience testimonials as well as video clips showcasing various area around campus. The Videographer will be responsible for all pre- to post-production aspects of the video creation including filming, sound quality, lighting, editing, animation, voice-over, and uploading. A successful candidate should be able to produce an outline, write a script, and conduct interviews to produce a story.

Skills & Qualifications:
• Video Editing & Video Shooting
• Experience creating and publishing videos online
• Self-starter able to work with limited direction
• Very detail-oriented
• Ability to work both independently and collaboratively
• Strong time and project management skills
• Committed to the vision of promoting the Judaic Studies program

Requires a flexible schedule and hours will vary based on the availability of student interviewees. Video production will begin in late August/early September.

Please submit a resume and links to video portfolio to Cheri Thompson cheritp@umich.edu by August 31, 2015

Compensation is $10-$16 based on experience