Whole Children Intern

Intern Jack Kapinos working with director Matt Meers as they film a scene for Northampton Community TV’s “Crowdsourced Cinema.”

Are you a film or photography student looking to develop a portfolio of promotional videos and graphics? Are you interested in creating fresh media content in a diverse setting? Whole Children has a communications internship program that offers these opportunities and more.

Whole Children provides recreational, social, and enrichment programs for children and teens of all abilities, including those with special needs. As our communications intern, you will have the opportunity to work in an inclusive office space and assist in showcasing Whole Children’s community events, programs, and services.

Interns in the past have worked on a variety of projects, including video editing and camera work, photography, graphic design, drafting press releases, and creating content for our website and social media pages, to name a few. That being said…

We value your input! This internship is what you want to make it, so feel free to let us know if you have a specific interest you want to pursue, or a new skill you want to develop. We want your experience here to be productive and beneficial, and the best way to ensure that is by doing work that you are motivated to do!

The following video was produced by our fabulous intern, Jack Kapinos, pictured above!

Whole Children is conveniently located on the Route 9 bus route in Hadley, and is easily accessible from any of the 5 colleges. You may receive academic credit for the internship, and work hours can be arranged to fit your schedule.

If the Whole Children communications internship sounds right for you, email Brittany Brown at Brittany.Brown@PathlightGroup.org