Champions for Philanthropy (CFP) is a consulting agency that works with athletes, entertainers and celebrities to establish and/or manage their nonprofit organizations and help further their philanthropic pursuits. CFP also maintains a blog entitled The Sport of Philanthropy, which highlights the philanthropic activities of professional athletes, retired athletes and professional sports teams and leagues.
CFP seeks a creative, self-starter to assist the organization in all video editing efforts. The ideal candidate has a passion for storytelling and experience with graphic design and video editing tools. This internship is an excellent opportunity to experience various aspects of creative marketing within a nonprofit environment.
The position is remote, and the intern should be able to commit to 15 – 20 hours per week, although the time commitment for the position is flexible and can be discussed.
All of our internships are unpaid, but we are happy to help you arrange to receive school credit, fellowships, work-study or any other form of compensation available through your school or other institution.
- Extremely organized with good time management skills
- Strong eye for detail
- Ability to match multiple brand aesthetics and follow brand guidelines
- Must have own computer and internet access
- Must be proficient in iMovie and Adobe Spark
- Working knowledge of social media guidelines including YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and Reels
- Create and edit high-quality video content for promotional materials, informational materials, and event recaps
- Develop an intimate understanding of our brand message and tone to accurately capture in video and photo form
- Assist with brainstorming and creating video marketing materials for CFP and our clients
- Collaborate with staff on new ideas, directions and venues for creative marketing
- Research industry trends and stay up to date on current events
Check with your Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting to determine how you might do this internship for credit.