Historias de Boston documentaries are archived with Northeastern University’s Archives and Special Collections as part of Boston’s Latinx Community History project. Learn more and access the full collection here.
In this summer employment program, participants will research and gather stories of leadership within the Boston Latinx community and the three different sites of the National Parks of Boston. Participants will learn how to conduct interviews, record and edit videos, and tell stories so that they can produce short documentaries that highlight the connections between the Latinx and national park communities in Boston.
You are eligible if you are...
- 15-18 years old for the duration of the program
- Eligible to work in the United States
- Living in the Boston area
- Available for 7-8 weeks in the summer
- Interested in engaging with the Boston Latinx community
- Willing to learn how to record and edit audio and video
Historias de Boston documentaries are archived within the Northeastern University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Department as part of Boston’s Latinx Community History project.
Information about the archive and links to the full collection are available here.
For this program, you will not need to submit a resume. Instead, be prepared to discuss your experience and interests in short answers.