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Volunteer Opportunities!


Concord Ave. and Cottage St. Paving

Beginning Wednesday September 30th, 2015 and continuing for the remainder of the week the Town of Belmont’s General Contractor, E.H. Perkins Construction will be  paving Concord Avenue (Eastbound and Westbound) from the Post Office to Cottage Street and Cottage Street from Concord Avenue to School Street.

Volunteer Needed, Studio Class and Flash Film Festival


Videographers and Editors Needed for Non-Profit Video Project

The Non-Profit Video Project in Belmont is seeking
The videographers will film one to two days with the non-profit. Most filming dates will be on weekends. We will coordinate schedules that work for everyone.

Editors will cut together the non-profit promotional video under 2:30 in length with the direction of the non-profit, and Margo Guernsey as supervising Editor.

Spaces Available for Youth Video Challenge

There are still plenty of spaces available for the Youth Video Challenge, a two-week class where kids and teens ages 10-17 learn all aspects of video production including script writing, shooting, directing and editing. The class will start on July 20th and end on July 31st. Students will meet Monday - Friday, 9:30am - 4pm at the Belmont Media Center on 9 Lexington St. The program will be lead by the very talented Dan Owusu and our BMC Interns. Bring a brown bag lunch & drink, snacks will be provided.

Volunteer Opportunities!

OFFICE HOURS LIVE - Looking for a volunteer crew for Office Hours Live. This is a monthly show where Monica Collins discusses state and local issues with MA State Senator Will Brownsberger. Taping will take place at BMC’s Studio A on Wednesday, July 15th at 5:30 PM. Crew call at 5:00 PM. We are looking for volunteer camera operators, audio person and anyone interested in learning directing. To sign up, please email julie@belmontmedia.org or call 617-484-2443.

Volunteer Opportunities

BELMONT IN 30 - We are looking for volunteer camera operators to help with the taping of this new program on Belmont news and opinions. This is a half-hour show hosted by Franklin Tucker, editor of The Belmontonian. This taping will take place on Tuesday, May 12th at 5:00pm at BMC's Studio A. Crew call will be at 4:30pm. To sign up, please call 617-484-2443 or email julie@belmontmedia.org.

Volunteer Camera Operator Needed for Homelessness Forum

We are looking for a volunteer camera operator to videotape a forum entitled "Many Faces of Homelessness." The event will feature a lecture by keynote speaker Libby Hayes, Executive Director of Homes for Families. Also included will be panelists from agencies and coalitions in Belmont, Watertown and Waltham that focus on homelessness; testimonials from the formerly homeless; and state legislators from all three communities. This event will take place on Sunday, April 26th, 1:30 - 3:30 PM at St. Joseph Parish Hall on 130 Common St.

Camera Operators Needed for Candidates Night

We are still looking for one or two more camera operators for the League of Women Voters' "Candidates Night." This event provides a forum for candidates running for town-wide office positions and for ballot question discussion. "Candidates Night" will take place at the Chenery Middle School Auditorium this Thursday, March 26th at 7:30 PM. Crew call is at 7:00 PM. If interested in volunteering, please call 617-484-2443 or email julie@belmontmedia.org.

Selectmen Debate March 31st LIVE

Selectmen candidates Andy Rojas and Jim Williams will be debating the issues on March 31st at the Belmont Media Center. Stay tuned!

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