The Office of Marketing and University Communication offers a photography internship or student employment opportunity. Students in this position can expect a wide variety of assignments for Inside magazine and website, various print and online newsletters including admission pieces, and online photoblogs. A high degree of professionalism is expected as assignments may include campus-community receptions.
Work Schedule: Work schedule to be decided by student and adviser. Hours may include evenings and weekends.
Fall 2016 – for-credit: 9hrs/week (3 credits, 3 hours per credit)
Spring 2017 – if approved and budget allows, for-pay: 10hrs/week ($8/hr)
Qualifications: Applicant must have artistic skills in photography. Computer knowledge (Mac OS X, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom) is highly recommended. Completion of Introduction to Photography (ART 243) is desired. All applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and must be enrolled in at least 6 undergraduate or 5 graduate credits and must have at least 2 semesters remaining to apply.
Application Deadline Monday, April 25, 2016 at 8 a.m.
Job Location Cofrin Library 820, UW-Green Bay
Student Status Sophomore, Junior or Senior
Majors Art, Communication, or Design Arts Major
Date Posted: April 14, 2016
Scope of Responsibilities:
The Photography Intern is responsible for creation and editing images of campus events and campus life. The photography intern will be expected to complete tasks assigned and other duties as assigned by the Director of Marketing and the Campus Photographer. Intern must be able to work independently in a wide range of environments. Evening and weekend work may be required.
- Conceptualize and create high-quality photographs of people, scenes and events at UW-Green Bay.
- Consult with communication/marketing clients (most often Advancement, Alumni, Admissions, Chancellor’s Office) to understand photographic objectives.
- Produce images in compliance with the goals and mission of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and the established image of the organization.
- Coordinate a work project schedule to efficiently balance individual workload.
- Operate Canon DSLR camera.
- Operate Macintosh computer and software (Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom).
- Completion of other duties assigned by the Director of Marketing and Campus Photographer.
Compensation in the first semester includes internship credits toward graduation and the opportunity to learn through real life experience in a functioning marketing office, build a portfolio, and receive mentoring from a professional photographer. Provided approval and budget allows, the student will be paid hourly for ten hours of work per week in the spring semester.
Send a resume and cover letter (and work samples, if available) to:
Daniel Moore, Photographer/Videographer, email@example.com
Samples of original photography will be examined at the interview.
Direct questions to the contact information below.
2420 Nicolet Dr.
Green Bay, WI 54311