Content Developer

College Internship

The curriculum team at iCEV brings careers to the classroom through engaging educational videos featuring some of the most unique workplaces in the nation as well as lessons, projects and activities that develop high school students’ career preparedness in a variety of areas.

We are seeking a Content Developer intern (part-time) to join our team of full-time instructional content developers, videographers, and graphic designers to develop educational content for career and technical education classrooms across the nation. This position is designed for college students seeking curriculum and content development experience. 

Here are some examples of projects you’d be responsible for creating:

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Job Duties

  • Write educational video scripts and slide presentations to meet state/national educational and industry standards, align to iCEV’s curriculum framework, and to appeal to learners in a variety of settings

  • Create assessment questions based on written scripts and slide presentations

  • Collaborate with subject-matter experts in video interviews and review processes as needed

  • Work with video editors, graphic designers and brand management team to develop captivating
    graphic ideas for both slide presentations and videos

  • Collaborate with management to set deadlines for work and deliverables


  • Excellent research and writing skills

  • Ability to write for a variety of audiences, including high school students, teachers, collaborators,
    and co-workers

  • Passion for education with the ability to grasp and effectively communicate difficult concepts

  • Proficient in grammar, spelling, punctuation and other written English skills

  • Ability to positively receive and respond to constructive feedback to improve the quality of work

  • Must be able to work effectively both as part of a team and independently

  • Must enjoy a work environment requiring flexibility, self-direction, creativity, strong
    communication and organizational skills

  • Proficient in Microsoft® Word and PowerPoint®

Preferred but not Required

  • Familiar with Adobe Creative Suite and graphically-minded 

  • Experience with tutoring or teaching

E-mail Résumés to:

Travel and some overtime may be required. Starting pay dependent on experience, education, and tenure.