VIDEO PRODUCTION VOLUNTEER
Who: Elephant Aid International (EAI)’s mission is to end the worldwide suffering of elephants by creating innovative approaches to the care and management of elephants living in captivity. EAI gives hands-on assistance to improve standards of care; teaches humane methods of training and handling; raises public awareness of the lives and needs of elephants; models new standards of care at its Elephant Refuge North America, where elephants can retire, recover and thrive.
What: Remote part-time video production and editing.
Description: Create short video clips and share graphics of our facilities and programs from existing photos and footage. The volunteer must have their own editing software.
Time: 6-month commitment
Application Instructions: Please e-mail your resume and one reference (name, number, and e-mail address), and a sample of your work to the address below.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Elephant Refuge North America (ERNA) in Attapulgus, Georgia, USA. Volunteer Days are now on summer break due to the heat and humidity. They will return in October if it is safe to do so. Our Volunteer Days will be updated on our website in September.
Our typical volunteer days are from 9 AM to 2 PM. The morning begins with sign-in and orientation, followed by introductions. The projects of the day, which are most often labor-intensive, are explained with opportunities for questions. If several projects are being conducted simultaneously, volunteers are allowed to pick the activity they wish to participate in. We break for lunch around noon and usually finish up our projects by 2 PM — sometimes earlier due to the heat or a storm. We only accept full-day volunteers at this time.
For announcements of future Volunteer Days, please sign up for our monthly e-newsletter using the form on the right.
Volunteer Days are smoke, alcohol, and drug-free.
Thank you for your interest in Elephant Aid International’s Elephant Refuge North America and your desire to improve the welfare of captive-held elephants.