Langhorne, PA

(25 miles NE of downtown Philadelphia)

The Photo Review is looking for one or two unpaid interns for work with our Managing Editor at our office in Langhorne, PA.

This internship gives you the opportunity to see the day-to-day goings-on at the office of a photography journal and may include assisting with the following tasks:

  • organizing our collection of photobooks and entering their data in a database
  • writing photobook reviews
  • handling competition and auction photographs
  • file management for our competition and auction digital photograph files
  • preparation and help at our events, including our annual benefit auction and annual garden party
  • maintenance of our database of photography, museum, gallery, and university contacts
  • sending subscription and donation mailings
  • looking up information about photography auctions and photographs that sold
  • general office organization

Given that this work involves writing, maintaining records, and handling art, this internship would be appropriate for people studying:

  • photography or other arts
  • journalism/English/writing
  • nonprofit management
  • arts administration

But don’t feel limited! If it interests you, go ahead and apply. We are happy to communicate with your school about coordinating getting you credit for your work as needed.

Eugene, OR

The Photo Review is looking for one or two unpaid interns for work with our Communications Director, who is located in Eugene, OR. Workload is flexible.

This internship will have many different facets and may include assisting with the following tasks:

  • maintenance of the journal’s website and social media accounts
  • writing copy for the website and social media
  • writing blog posts
  • creating and analyzing data reports
  • grant research
  • strategic marketing to niche audiences
  • communications for various projects, including donation and subscription campaigns
  • brainstorming and implementing small fundraising projects
  • optimizing the digital versions of our publications by making them more easily scalable and searchable

Given the varied nature of the work, this internship would be appropriate for people studying:

  • photography or other arts
  • journalism/English/writing
  • marketing
  • business
  • web design
  • nonprofit management
  • arts administration

But don’t feel limited! If it interests you, go ahead and apply. We are happy to communicate with your school about coordinating getting you credit for your work as needed.

 

To apply for either internship location, please email us saying what interests you about this position and how you think you’d be a good match, and please include a resume, a project (or link to a project) you’ve done that you’re proud of, and a reference or two for us to contact. Materials can be attachments, links, or in the body of the email.

Our recent interns attended:

Bard College

Drexel University

Lane Community College

Moore College of Art

Saint Joseph’s University

University of Oregon

Valdosta State University