Photographing for Non-profit Organization

Bookmark This
Global Peace Foundation
9320 Annapolis Rd.
Lanham, MD
Posted: June 22 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

Apply
Login or Sign Up to apply.

Always be on the alert for potentially fraudulent job postings online - never send money to a potential employer.

Report potential scams Go to Trust and Safety Center

Description

Opportunity to work for an international nonprofit in the Washington D.C. area with a mission to build models of multisector collaboration to realize sustainable peace and development. GPF has service projects around the world including Kenya, Malaysia, Paraguay,Nepal, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Projects address areas of environment, character education, interfaith collaboration, community-development, and other areas.

As an intern you will have the opportunity to photograph local events on Capital Hill, edit photos and post galleries on our website. In addition we have a 10 day event and need a photographer to capture it all as young leaders go to various institutions such as the World Ban, Congress, the United Nations and more. You will work closely with the Digital Communications and Multimedia Coordinator that is a professional photographer. Credit will be given when photographs are posted on our website.

Position can include flexible hours but intern must be available Aug 8-21.
www.globalpeace.org

**In your response include a link to 1-2 previous videos you've created

Responsibilities

Photograph events

Edit and post photos

Requirements

**Must own your own high quality DSLR, flash, sd cards, and batteries**
Experience with Photoshop
Experience with Adobe Lightroom or Adobe Bridge
Undergraduate, Graduate student, or volunteer with concentration in photography a plus.
Creativity and willingness to experiment
Reliable
Strong project management skills, attention to detail

Skills

Required - Adobe Photoshop, Event Photography, Adobe Bridge, Adobe Lightroom

How To Apply

Apply
Login or Sign Up to apply.
 

Always be on the alert for potentially fraudulent job postings online - never send money to a potential employer.

Report potential scams Go to Trust and Safety Center