The Hartford Courant photography department welcomes students and recent graduates to apply
for its 2015 summer internship. This paid internship is at least 10 weeks long and begins early
summer. The application deadline is Feb. 20, 2015.
Hartford Courant photography department interns are provided with the opportunity to complete
daily assignments for the newspaper’s news, sports and features departments, as well as our
affiliated magazines, Hartford and New Haven Living. Interns also are provided with the opportunity
to contribute to the production and design of our Sunday photo page, online galleries and video
Portfolios should include at least 20 single images, two photo stories and one video story.
Because each photographer on staff will have a voice in choosing our intern, links to online
portfolios are preferred. However, applicants may submit portfolios on a Mac-compatible CD or
Some Nikon pool equipment is available but interns must have their own photography equipment
and reliable transportation. Interns are responsible for their own housing.
Apply with a cover letter, portfolio and contact information for three references to:
The Hartford Courant
285 Broad St.
The Hartford Courant is the newspaper of record for one of the smallest states in the country but
twice has been named a World’s Best-Designed newspaper by the Society for News Design. For three
consecutive years the Hartford Courant earned the Angus McDougall Overall Excellence in Editing
Apply for Center for Social Commerce 2015 Ambassadorship with Internship at W2O Group's NYC Office
Calling all leaders and high achievers: Apply to be a Center for Social Commerce (CSC) 2015 Ambassador!
The CSC is a collaborative program between Syracuse University’s Newhouse School and W2O Group, an integrated communications and marketing agency. Up to four qualified SU students will be selected as CSC Ambassadors for spring and fall 2015. This unique opportunity also includes a paid summer internship at W2O Group’s NYC office, with a housing stipend, as well as an all-expense paid trip to Austin, TX during the SXSW Interactive Conference.
What are the perks?
What do CSC Ambassador responsibilities include?
Who is eligible?
How do I apply?
To learn more about this opportunity, including details on the summer internship with W2O Group, please read the Center for Social Commerce Ambassador Guide.
The Vilcek Foundation will award three prizes of $50,000 each to young fashion professionals who demonstrate outstanding early achievement.
Professionals in the following fields are encouraged to apply:
Designer — including but not exclusive to womenswear, menswear, textile design, accessories, and other artifacts
Stylist — including editorials, advertising campaigns, and fashion presentations
Makeup/hair artist — truly experimental pushing the breadth of materials used to communicate their narrative of makeup or hair
Image Maker — including fashion photography, film, animation, and illustration
Curator — including exhibitions, presentations, and display through real and/or virtual environment
Writer — fashion writing, including curatorial, journalistic, critical, editorial, and historical
Deadline: June 10, 2014. For more information, click here.
There is a video internships this summer at Newsday. It's a paid gig too! If you have anyone interested please let me know. Here's where you can find more information on it:
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Job: Assignment Coordinator AP Images, London
AP Images is a business within the Associated Press. It generates significant revenue within the AP through licensing AP’s photo content commercially. In addition to licensing content, AP Images has built a photo assignment service fulfilling global commercial and editorial photography for a wide ranging list of clients. This service provides end-to-end logistics, coordination and execution of photo assignments including the review of portfolios, photographer selection and scheduling of the assignment.
AP invites applications for the position of Assignment Coordinator based at its office in London.
The Assignment Coordinator will be responsible for providing photo assignment and related sales support coordinating commercial and editorial photo assignments globally. Duties will include assisting with photographer selection, the collection of assignment details, the creation of assignment briefs, assignment shoot co-ordination from end-to-end, and post-production activities insuring images are delivered to customers and moved on the commercial wire. Also provide sales support for the AP Images platform to include entitlements and setting up new users. The position is may require occasional shift and weekend work. Training will be provided for the new tasks to be undertaken.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Knowledge and Experience
• College degree, technical degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
All applicants must be able to work in the UK or be able to gain permission to work in the UK.
The closing date is 18th February 2014. If you have not heard from us by 4th March 2014 please consider your application unsuccessful.
No recruitment agencies please.
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Video Producer at The Atlantic (DC)
We seek an experienced video producer/editor familiar with all aspects of nonfiction video production and a track record of making awesome videos for the web. This producer will work closely with the rest of the video team and be responsible for developing and executing original projects quickly and creatively. The producer will report to the executive producer and work out of The Atlantic’s office in Washington, D.C.
Qualifications of the Ideal Candidate:
Atlantic Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Posted: 01 Feb 2014 06:41 AM PST
FULL-TIME PHOTOGRAPHER – THE NEWS & ADVANCE – LYNCHBURG, VA
The Lynchburg News & Advance has an immediate opening for a staff photographer. The News & Advance is a 30,000-circulation daily paper located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Lynchburg, Va. We’re looking for an enterprising photojournalist with excellent photography skills who is passionate about community journalism.Video and multimedia skills are a plus.
Photographers should expect to shoot sports, community events and features and be proactive in producing multimedia elements. In-depth documentary projects are strongly supported and encouraged. The ideal candidate is a team player who can create quality work on deadline. In recent years, our staff of three photojournalists has won more than a dozen state and national awards including multiple Best of Photojournalism and AP awards.
Please submit cover letter, resume and portfolio with multimedia examples. Respond to Jill Nance at email@example.com or c/o The News & Advance, 101 Wyndale Dr. Lynchburg, Va 24501
Blue Chalk Media, a Brooklyn-based digital media company founded by people who believe in the power of nonfiction visual storytelling, is offering a paid summer internship at its offices in Portland, OR.
Duties will include working closely with Executive Producer Rob Finch and other team members to produce top quality productions for editorial, non-profit and commercial clients and partners worldwide, for distribution on television, the Internet and at live events.
Candidates should demonstrate excellent editing and shooting skills, as well as competence with Adobe Premiere and transcription software.
Applications are being accepted this week, with a decision to be made by February 1. The internship Start and End dates are flexible depending on availability, but ideally would include 12 weeks between June 1-August 31.
If you're interested, please send an email to:
with your resume and a link to your work.
We look forward to hearing from you!
In an effort to help develop the next crop of reporters working to keep the world informed, educated and entertained, we have created the Google Journalism Fellowship. As a company dedicated to making the world’s information easily accessible, Google recognizes that behind many blue links is a journalist and that quality journalism is a key ingredient of a vibrant and functioning society.
The program is aimed at undergraduate, graduate and journalism students interested in using technology to tell stories in new and dynamic ways. The Fellows will get the opportunity to spend the summer contributing to a variety of organizations -- from those that are steeped in investigative journalism to those working for press freedom around the world and to those that are helping the industry figure out its future in the digital age.
There will be a focus on data driven journalism, online free expression and rethinking the business of journalism. The 10-week long Fellowship will open with a week at Google followed by nine weeks at one of the participating organizations.
More information about the host organizations and the areas of focus for the Fellows are outlined on the Host Organizations page.
Fellows will be assigned a lead mentor at their host organizations, but will have the opportunity to work with several senior staff members over the course of the summer. Fellows will be expected to make substantive contributions to the work of their organization, including researching and writing stories, contributing to open source data programs, creating timely data to accurately frame public debates about media in the United States and the world as well as finding new and compelling ways to use data to tell stories.
We're looking for students, based in the US, who are passionate about journalism and the role that technology can play in the industry and the pursuit of their craft. Students from all majors and degree programs who possess the following qualities are encouraged to apply:
Fellows will receive a stipend of $8,000 USD for 10 weeks during the summer of 2014 (June-August) and a travel budget of $1,000 USD.
The Fellowship will start on June 9 2014 with the first week at Google in Mountain View, California. Fellows will join their host organization on June 16 2014 and finish on August 8 2014.