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Freelance: Art and Design

Photographers Wanted

August 28, 2015

The University of Michigan Law School seeks 3-6 student photographers and 2-3 student videographers for its team. Assignments will include shooting events, portraits, b-roll, and various other opportunities. Flexible schedule, part-time, two to 10 hours per week. Work study preferred, but not required. Must have good photography/videography skills, good eye, Photoshop skills, prompt with email and communication, and be detail oriented. Personable and people-skills also very helpful.

Job Requirements:

Previous experience photographing events and portraits and/or shooting and editing video. Please send a link to your portfolio or 3 to 5 samples of your work to Tish Holbrook tishh@umich.edu. 

$11/hour, 2 to 20 hours per week

Guest Lecture/Demo Opportunity

August 26, 2015

All Seasons of West Bloomfield, a high-end independent senior living facility in West Bloomfield, is seeking Stamps School students interested in offering lecture/demonstrations to its residents. 

We offer engaging activities, lectures, and concerts for our residents.  Lecture, demonstration, and course topics that we have provided for our seniors have included all majors, from Aeronautics to Zoology. Some of the lecturers and performers we have had here include: Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Naan Washburn of the New York Philharmonic, and Wendy Evans of the DIA, among many others. We would like to invite your students to facilitate an engaging demo, lecture, or class for our residents. 

Interested students can contact Monica Szydlowski, Director of Social Engagement, ASWBActivities@beztak.com

The pay is $25/hour and the lecture, demonstration, or class can be a one-time engagement or a series, depending upon the student’s level of expertise and ability.