Aperture Foundation : Stevan A. Baron Work Scholar Program

Aperture’s Work Scholar Program provides the opportunity for individuals to become involved with one of photography’s most influential organizations. Through hands-on experience in one of the foundation’s various departments, Work Scholars will learn about the foundation’s history and contribution to photography; work alongside Aperture editors, publishers, and educators to achieve department goals; attend gallery tours, educational lunches, and various field trips; and understand the business operations essential to a non-profit.
In addition to working closely with the Aperture staff and contributing to the day-to-day office work flow, work scholars make contacts within the photo community at Aperture events and through meetings with various professionals in the photography field. Aperture Foundation’s Chelsea location offers the unique opportunity to work for six to twelve months in New York City and have access to art galleries, museums, and other art-related facilities. Click here for more information on how to become an Aperture Work Scholar.

Work Scholar Departments

Book Publishing
Collections and Inventory Management
Design
Digital Media
Editorial (books or magazine)
Education & Public Programs
Exhibitions
Finance & Administration
Institutional Funding
Library & Digital Archive
Magazine Publishing
Production
Publicity & Events
Special Events & Membership

 

Deadline: March 15, 2019

 

To find out more information and apply, visit: https://aperture.org/internships/stevan-baron-work-scholar-program/

 

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