Become a Digital Multimedia Expert While Doing Your Internship Abroad
Do you want to build a more powerful online presence? Do you want to build or improve a blog that captures your travels with great writing and insightful photo essays? Do you want to learn how to take great photos and create awesome videos to share online?
If you want to improve your writing, photography, and video skills, the Connect-123 Digital Multimedia Program is the place to do it, and we’re currently taking applications.
The Connect-123 Digital Multimedia Program is run in conjunction with your internship and is 100% free for all accepted participants.
More about the program
Free for current Connect-123 interns and volunteers
Group lessons delivered online each week
Participants submit a weekly assignment
Participants receive a program certificate
For Connect-123 participants who are accepted to this limited-space program, this free 8-week course will give you an opportunity to build your writing, video and photography skills.
Each week will focus on a different aspect of multimedia storytelling. You’ll take part in an online lesson and then work on an assignment to complete over the coming week. The best content will be featured on the Connect-123 website and social media platforms.
This is an exclusive opportunity to learn about digital content development and build your multimedia skills, while doing your internship abroad.
How to apply
Once you’ve completed your Connect-123 application, email Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell her why you want to be a Digital Multimedia Fellow.
“Being a part of the program really took my abroad experience to the next level! It was amazing to have published, tangible content to show along with the addition of my abroad internship to my resume. I cannot thank you enough for this experience!”
– Leslie Reitz, Dublin internship, 2018
To view Leslie’s author profile on our website and to read her published blog posts, click here.
“I wanted to take part in Connect-123’s Program because communications is something I’m interested in as a future career in relation to environmental work. I really liked learning about photo stories, it was fun to combine photography and writing.”
– Heather Luedke, Buenos Aires internship, 2018
To view Heather’s profile on our website and read her published photo stories, click here.
Published content from past program participants
To view Julian’s author profile on our website and to read his published photo story, click here.
To view Wiktoria’s profile on our website and read her published blog, click here.
To view Nathan’s author profile on our website and to read his published photo story, click here.
To view Tate’s profile on our website and read her published blog, click here.