Women Photograph Mentorship Program
Women Photograph se complace en anunciar que están aceptando solicitudes para su programa de tutoría 2019-2020, que reunirá a 22 líderes de la industria (11 fotógrafos y 11 editores de fotos) con 22 fotoperiodistas de carrera temprana en el transcurso de un año. Entre los mentores se encuentran editores y fotógrafos de The New York Times, Associated Press, National Geographic Society y Magnum Foundation, entre otros. Sigue el link abajo, para aplicar.
Women Photograph is pleased to announce that we’re now accepting applications for our 2019-2020 Mentorship Program, which will pair 22 industry leaders (11 photographers and 11 photo editors) with 22 early-career photojournalists over the course of a year. Mentors include editors & photographers from The New York Times, the Associated Press, National Geographic Society, and Magnum Foundation, among others.
We are currently seeking applications from women and non-binary photographers with less than five years of professional work experience who might be interested in long-term support. For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mentorship program will take place remotely over the course of one year. No travel or financial commitment is required to participate. The photographers who stand to benefit most from this program are already at the beginning of a documentary/photojournalistic practice and looking for targeted guidance and mentoring in the early stages of their career.
Apply by July 31!
Women Photograph is an initiative that launched in 2017 to elevate the voices of women* visual journalists. The private database includes more than 850 independent women documentary photographers based in 99 countries and is available privately to any commissioning editor or organization. Women Photograph also operates an annual series of project grants for emerging and established photojournalists, a year-long mentorship program, and a travel fund to help female photographers access workshops, festivals, and other developmental opportunities. Our mission is to shift the gender makeup of the photojournalism community and ensure that our industry’s chief storytellers are as diverse as the communities they hope to represent.