There are many opportunities to be part of our community; share your skills, and help us build this living, breathing, photo destination called Photoville.
It takes a community to build a village, and the photo community is no exception. The success of any organization lies squarely in its devotion to partnerships, creative collaborations, and community-focused spirit.
We are looking for passionate, dedicated, and skilled interns to work with us starting now leading up to Photoville — our biggest event of the year in September. Time and days will be dependent on each person and their respective duties.
Here at United Photo Industries we are not about wasting time on menial tasks; we are a small, determined group of people who want to make things happen, and we are looking for like-minded people to join our ranks! If you are interested in working with us — just reach out!
We are currently seeking:
Photoville Education Intern
Photoville’s Education Day is a unique art education initiative in its fifth year, that is completely free to attend. The program gives local middle school and high school students exposure to the power of visual storytelling as well as an inside look into the exhibitions, artists and curators that make up Photoville, New York City’s premier pop-up photo destination. In 2016, 600 students attended Photoville Education Day, representing over 20 schools from NYC boroughs. In 2017, we are adding a follow-up Teacher Development Workshop, to resource educators to use photography to teach social studies and language arts.
To learn more about Education Day, visit photoville.com/education-day/.
The Education Intern will report to United Photo Industries’ Executive Producer and Photoville’s Education & Community Producer. The Education Intern will help with developing student activities and materials and compiling the Teacher Resource Guide. They will support the production, logistics and administration of Education Day on September 14 and the follow-up Teacher Development workshop in October.
1 day / week from August 2017 through October 2017
Full time (or as many days as possible) Sept 10 to 14, the week of Education Day
The ideal candidate for this internship enjoys working with youth and is interested in learning about working with teacher audiences. You are passionate about art and storytelling, with a particular interest in drawing connections from art into the world. Key qualities – organized, creative, flexible, and willing to get your hands dirty and work with the team to make things happen!
Great writing skills, event organization, design skills a big plus
Please send a resume, cover letter and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Your Name, Photoville Education Intern