Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Program Intern
Date: September 2012
Schedule: 1–2 days per week; in addition to their regular schedule, ICP interns are encouraged to participate in occasional educational events (will be announced).
Dates Required: October 8–December 10
Supervisor's Title: Chair of the Documentary Photography & Photojournalism Program
Participants are required to be present 1–2 days per week and perform basic office duties such as Xeroxing class curriculum and organizing file system in chair's personal office. Intern works directly with the chair. Research and professional copy stand work and organization of that work into lectures is the main focus of the internship.
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED
Currently in an undergraduate program or more advanced.
• Basic photography skills and interest
• Knowledge of contemporary photography
• Microsoft Word, Photoshop, Keynote if possible
• Copy art, scanning, basic typing, and organizational skills
Besides gaining invaluable experience at a premier cultural/educational institution, interns benefit from school credit (when applicable), and are invited to attend ICP seminars and special events. Access to the ICP library. Tuition discounts for ICP courses, workshops and/or labs are provided, subject to internship hours completed and availability.