in·tern·ship [in-turn-ship] – noun
1. any official or formal program to provide practical experience for beginners in an occupation or profession.
2. a position as a participant in such a program.
3. any period of time during which a beginner acquires experience in an occupation, profession, or pursuit.
CPW seeks individuals who are curious, highly motivated, technically skilled, and wish to participate in CPW’s diverse offerings. Applicants should enjoy working in a creative, fast-paced environment dedicated to contemporary photography and related media.
NEW! Collections Management Internship
Now accepting applications for this new opportunity!
Through the newly established Collections Management Internship, the Center for Photography at Woodstock (CPW) offers individuals the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of managing a permanent collection.
This internship is ideal for a detail-oriented individual who is passionate about the arts and collections management, and is interested in pursuing a professional career in library science, archives, art history, or in becoming a museum registrar.
Arts Administration Internships
Now accepting applications for Winter/Spring Arts Administration Internships.
Starting date as early as mid-December!
Through the Arts Administration Internship, the Center for Photography at Woodstock offers individuals the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of the day-to-day operations of an artist-centered not-for-profit space.
This internship is ideal for individuals who are passionate about the arts, interested in pursuing a professional career in photography, art history, curatorial, editorial, and both the world of not-for-profits artist spaces and commercial galleries.
Interviews are now being scheduled for the 2014 internship. Go to How to Apply for more information.
Each spring, CPW seeks candidates to help facilitate the Woodstock Photography Workshop & Lecture series, an education series where national and international photographers serve as guest instructors, which runs from late-May through mid-October.
It is the ideal hands-on-experience for any emerging photographer seeking to enhance their understanding of the craft, become exposed to different teaching styles and photographic approaches, and pursue a life-long passion in photography.