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DUMBO Life and Style
102 Front St
Posted: January 30 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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Descriptionhis internship will not only give you bragging rights but it will also be a fun learning experience that you will actually enjoy waking up for. (literally!) We are currently re-vamping our website that is dedicated to Dumbo community and looking for a photographer who can take high-quality, professional pictures of beautiful Dumbo area for the website. Our lifestyle site focuses on events, nightlife, and businesses in and around Dumbo, and we are seeking interns to write short articles for publication online. Subject matter will include features on restaurants and bars, interviews with local business owners, reviews of cultural events, updates on local real estate, and other coverage of goings-on in the Dumbosphere.
ResponsibilitiesAs a photographer, your photos will be used in blog posts, websites, social medias, etc.
Compensation will include fees for travel to/from assignments, food/drink for assignments, and admission to events for assignments. Basically, we’ll send you to fun events around Dumbo on our dime and in return you’ll be expected to photograph them. Not a bad deal. We can also provide whatever documentation you need to ensure your educational institution awards you all the credit you deserve—maybe more credit than you deserve (if we really like you). Also, you’ll get photo credit. Also, potential for paid freelance work in the future. Also, we’re kind of fun most of the time.
How to apply:
- Email email@example.com with the subject heading, “Don’t be stupid, just hire me because…”
- In the body of the email, include a cover letter that explains why we’d be stupid not to hire you. We tend to value those writers who say more and write less, so channel your Hemingway and not your Faulkner.
-Include your experience, what programs and applications you use, as well as a sample of your work
SkillsRequired - Candid Photography
Preferred - Social Media Blogging