PAVILLON AFRIQUES

STUDENT & VOLUNTEER PROGRAM 

16–25 May, 2022

The Pavillon Afriques student program provides students with hands-on experience, valuable industry insight and exclusive networking opportunities to advance their careers in film, media, events and hospitality. 

• This 10-day work experience helps students put their futures in focus.

• Network with industry professionals

• Meet like-minded filmmakers from all over the world

PROGRAMS

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PR / Marketing & Communication

We have an immediate need for someone to take charge of our PR and Marketing. Draft and circulate press releases, design and coordinate a media campaign for the festival. Attract print and electronic media coverage of the festival, etc.

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Social Media Content Creator

Create content about  Pavillon Afriques in the social media space with start now and  continuing during the festival - Facebook, twitter, IG, etc.

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Greeters  / Ushers 

Greeters / Ushers (rotating shifts) to receive and welcome guests as they arrive and inform about the pavillon program

Hospitality Managers - Terrace

Hospitality managers (rotating shifts) to ensure that our location are stocked with food, water, juices, etc., at all times.

Street Marketer

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Master of Ceremonies (MC)

French - English

Translator

French - English, English -French. Translate sessions and 1-1.

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Stage - Projectionists / Sound

Job will be to ensure that microphones /sound during roundtables and presentation and films are cued and played on time and according to schedule.

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Pavilion Photographer

Officially designated pavillon photographers to document the Pavillon.  Photograph every session, speakers and arrivals

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Pavilion Videographer

 Officially designated pavillon videographers to document the Pavillon. + Live streaming on social media

VOLUNTEEERS

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Opening Ceremony Flag Bearers  (Tuesday, 16 May at 9:30 AM)

20 volunteers will dress in African attire and carry flags of the countries in the festival.