What Do Student Photographers Do?
Student Photographers are tasked with creative photo assignments throughout the semester to help tell the story of all aspects of the DIS experience – everywhere from quiet moments on the cobblestone streets of Copenhagen to slipping into the back of DIS classrooms to shoot a faculty member teaching a class.
Why Should You Apply?
- You are trained by the Marketing & Communications team and work with us throughout the semester on photography assignments
- Your time spent with the Marketing & Communications Team can be noted as a non-credit internship on your future resume, and at the end of the semester, you can request a letter of recommendation or LinkedIn recommendation to build your resume*
- You’ll build your skillset and portfolio abroad, and your photos will be used in DIS catalog, web, and social media material
- You will be a DIS ambassador – helping to inspire future students and set their expectations about what the real experience is like
- You’ll join a community of creative students interning for the Marketing & Communications Department. We’ll invite you to various events where as a group, you will share your photos and get feedback both from a marketing and photography perspective
- At the end of the semester, you will be invited to a special thank you dinner, to celebrate the semester and to thank you for all that you’ve contributed
*Please note that this is an experience-building ambassadorship and is not a paid position.
What Are We Looking For?
- Photographers with intermediate or above photography skills, who are proficient in using DSLR cameras
- Applicants should be outgoing and enjoy photographing people, and know just the right moment to capture to tell an amazing story in a photograph!
- Good time management and organization skills, as you will be expected to complete assignments alongside academic and social commitments
How to Apply
Fall 2017 students should apply by January 11th. Submit your application by email to email@example.com and include the following:
- A short statement of interest including why you enjoy photography (no more than 250 words)
- A link to an online portfolio or gallery of your work
- If you will be bringing your own gear abroad, note the model and year of your camera (the DIS Marketing Team will also have high quality cameras for you to sign out for assignments, however, a limited supply)
- Indicate what type of photos you are most interested in taking:
- At events, field studies, and during DIS courses/in classrooms
- With students in their housing and with local families
Positions are competitive! Be sure to contact us by the deadline.
Chosen candidates will be notified by email on or before the end of January.