Volunteer Film Editor

  • VO83855
  • Home-based volunteering


Description

Forth Environment Link are looking for Volunteers who have experience in editing short films which can be uploaded onto our YouTube channel.

Your role would be to assist the Climate Kitchen & Garden Project team with editing short gardening and cooking films. You would be working at home but would be supported by the FEL Team.

Organisation aims and objectives

Forth Environment Link (FEL) works with communities and partners across Forth Valley on environmental and food issues. Covering the local authority areas of Stirling, Clackmannanshire and Falkirk, FEL combines environmental education and awareness with project support through the Stirling Cycle Hub; Grow Forth, local food initiative; Forth Valley Orchards programme and the Zero Waste Communities project. FEL began in 1989 with the aim of teaching children about biodiversity and nature. In response to community need and interest, the organisation grew in both mandate and geography, expanding to include adult education and demonstration projects. 2008 Forth Valley Food Links merged with FEL, bringing an additional focus on sustainable local food production and consumption. In 2013 Stirling Cycle Hub was formed to increase awareness and participation in cycling and cycling related activities in the area.

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Restrictions

Experience required: We are looking for people who are experienced in using editing packages for short film's and are happy to work on their own initiative. Full guidance and support would be given.
Travel details: You will complete this role from your own home, with support from the organisation.

Support

Support: Named Contact For Volunteer

Last updated 2 months ago

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