Summer photography job

Camp Starlight seeks digital photography specialist for this Summer…

Camp Starlight, a residential summer camp located in Northeast Pennsylvania about 2.5 hours from New York City, is seeking someone for a Summer photography position. This is a traditional 8-week overnight summer camp. The camp is looking to hire a Digital Photography Specialist for the Summer of 2019.

Camp dates are June 18th until August 15th. This is a live-in position where our digital photo specialist will teach the art of digital photo to our campers during the day and bond with their bunk of kids in the evenings. This position is great for anyone considering a future career in photography, teaching, or working with children, or just wants a summer surrounded by beautiful mountains while meeting people from all over the world! Each position includes a competitive salary, travel reimbursement, and we provide all housing and meals for each staff member! Below are a few links about the camp, in addition to the attached job description. This position could also be offered for credits toward your internship. Interviews are available by Skype after applications are reviewed. Links below:



Aerial Tour—

Above image courtesy of Camp Starlight

Summer Photography Job

Photographer needed for Summer program…

Mercersburg Academy’s Summer Programs is seeking a photographer to cover daily camp activities for parents to view, and also capture imagery for professional print pieces. The photographer is usually the lead member of a four-person media team, which includes an assistant photographer, a videographer, and a social media coordinator. 
This is a great opportunity for a photographer who is looking to gain experience and build their portfolio. This is a paid position, with a salary of around $3,000.00 for the 6 weeks (negotiable based on experience and education).

Those interested can e-mail their portfolio directly to:,

or you can also apply directly online at:

Internship opportunity

BmoreArt seeks intern for summer 2019…

BmoreArt, a local arts & culture publication, is currently looking for a photo/video intern to learn some marketing skills with me and immediately thought of your department. Positions are paid, or for credit at the student’s choice.

About BmoreArt:

BmoreArt is a community-based art publication that reflects the culture of Baltimore and the surrounding Mid-Atlantic region, including Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia. We provide creative and critical coverage of Baltimore’s cultural landscape and work with a diverse team of local writers, editors, and artists. The award-winning art magazine exists online and in print, and engages through social media and events.

We believe that Baltimore’s culture producers and creative makers deserve to be discussed, critiqued, and informed. BmoreArt covers the arts of the region on a daily basis and presents it to an engaged audience that is both local and global. Our mission is to build awareness, equity, and community through critical dialogue about art and culture.

Link for internship application:

Internship opportunities

Americans for the Arts seeks interns…

Be Part of the Work to Ensure Access to the Arts and Arts Education for All Americans

Americans for the Arts recognizes that on-the-job experience can play an important role in advancing the careers of arts, nonprofit, and cultural leaders. Likewise, we know that arts organization benefit from the creativity and curiosity of students and professionals who join The arts and culture management field. Our internship programs takes great care to offer opportunities that make the most of those mutual goals. We also hope to create relationships that last well beyond any single project or term. We welcome your application and look forward to learning more about your interests and aspirations.

Summer 2019 Internships

We are now accepting applications for our Summer 2019 Internships.  Additional details and full job descriptions are available in the links below.  Click them directly to apply today!

Application Deadline: March 25, 2019

Available Internships

  1. Arts Education
  2. Arts Policy
  3. Leadership Alliances
  4. Membership
  5. Research Services

Internship Information

  • Hours: Up to 30 hours per week
  • Start Date: May 29th, 2019 (Orientation Day)
  • End Date: Week of August 2, 2019
  • Compensation: Paid, hourly
  • Location: Washington, DC office
  • Weekly Schedule: Flexible, determined with Intern Supervisor

Program Details

The Americans for the Arts Internship Program offers undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates the opportunity to investigate and participate in the operations of the nation’s leading nonprofit for advancing the arts in America. Through a combination of learning experiences, work projects, and group collaborations, interns become integral members of our team. Interns are expected to participate in daily activities, contribute skills and ideas, and produce excellent work, all the while preparing to become the next generation of arts, nonprofit, and cultural leaders.

In addition to being a part of their departmental team within a professional office environment, interns will have the opportunity to meet everyone at Americans for the Arts and learn how each department works towards the organization’s mission.  Additional program benefits include; professional development opportunities; informational interviews with contacts in the field; site visits to arts agencies and national arts organizations; peer-to-peer networking; and career counseling including resume/cover letter/interview evaluation and review.

Leadership Discussions
Day-to-day participation in the organization is augmented by special sessions in which senior staff share the inside view of their work at Americans for the Arts and their experiences as arts leaders. The open discussion format allows participants to learn directly from leaders, ask challenging questions, and address critical issues. The discussions are structured to provide both a functional overview of the organization and insight into a variety of leadership approaches.

Career Support
Interns frequently arrange informational interviews with an individual staff member to gain a closer look into their role within the organization. Human Resources staff is available to review resumes and cover letters or to discuss career direction and advancement. It is also possible to arrange meetings with arts colleagues in the DC area according to participant interests.

Evaluation Process
Ongoing communication and evaluation is encouraged as a part of every experience at Americans for the Arts. Participants and supervisors also take a step back at key points during the term to assess time lines and measure progress. Intern coordinators are available throughout the term to address unexpected challenges, help bridge communication, or get over roadblocks. Exit interviews and final evaluations help us understand how we can improve the program.

Member Services
Interns receive a one-year base membership to Americans for the Arts. Benefits include legislative alerts, access to listservs, copies of member publications, bookstore discounts, research assistance, and invitations to member events.

Academic Support
Special arrangements can be made to accommodate academic degree requirements. Staff are available to meet or correspond with academic advisors, review mandatory assignments, and complete evaluations. Please include detailed program requirements in your application.

Americans for the Arts interns are paid on an hourly basis. Americans for the Arts will also work with the applicant’s school or program to make the internship fit criteria for academic credit or field placement experience.

Internship Semesters

  • Spring Internships (Posted mid-October)

10 weeks, part-time, 15-20 hours per week
Semester runs from January – April

  • Summer Internships (Posted mid-February)

10 weeks, full-time, 30 hours per week
Semester runs from June – August

  • Fall Internships (Posted mid-June)

10 weeks, part-time, 15-20 hours per week
Semester runs from September – December

How to Apply

All applications for the Internship Program must be submitted via our online portal. Upload your cover letter and resume while completing the online application.

If you experience technical difficulties with the online application system, please clear your browser’s cache and/or turn off your pop-up blocker application.

For questions, please contact the Internship Program Manager. We appreciate all responses, but due to the high volume of applications received, we can only contact those applicants whose qualifications best match the position requirements. Final decisions will be made approximately two weeks after the application deadline.

The Diversity in Arts Leadership internship (DIAL) is seeking applicants traditionally untapped for arts leadership who are passionate about the arts ability to transform communities and are interested in a summer experiencing what it takes to lead and move an organization and community forward. Through our local, state, and regional partners, we are proud to launch the 27th year of the undergraduate internship – now with a national reach.

Paid internship opportunity

Hagerstown Museum seeks paid summer intern…

The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, MD is now accepting applications for its paid summer internship. The Jean Cushwa College Internship at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts is offered to one qualified college student who is majoring in Fine Art, Art History, Art Education, Museum Studies, or a similar field of study.  The intern will conduct curatorial work to support art collections, exhibition planning and management, and/or art education program activities.

This is a paid summer internship.  The intern will receive a stipend of up to $1,000. Please follow the link for more information: 

Applications are due by Friday, April 5.

Summer Teaching Opportunity

Putney School in Vermont seeks Summer instructors…

We seek individuals who are passionate about learning, eager to work with this age group, and who are willing to explore something new in their teaching practice. This is an amazing opportunity for teachers who are enthusiastic about engaging in dialogue about teaching and learning with a dynamic group of summertime colleagues on our 500-acre campus in Vermont.

Come to Putney this summer and do what you love to do – whether it’s something you wish you could do all the time – like filmmaking, theater, or drawing, or something you’ve never tried before and are curious to learn about – like glass arts, weaving, or metal jewelry.

“At Putney, students focus on their individual creative process, not final products. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll find yourself in a community of students, teachers, and artists who are interested in who you are, how you see the world, and what your work means to you.” – Statement for students

We look forward to hearing from you. Here’s information about the program and a link to the summer employment application