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Internships are available for Spring and Summer 2017!

Please review job descriptions below and submit a letter of application and resume to the appropriate person by May 15, 2017.  Applying early is encouraged.  Positions may be filled prior to deadline. 


Photography and Videography for Marketing

We are seeking a creative photographer with a sharp eye and own equipment to assist in two main areas:  build our stock of program images and video clips, and digitize and organize our historical photo archive. The internship will be a blend being outside in our beautiful 50-acre campus and being inside the office to edit and organize images.  Snow Farm is building a new website this summer, so this photo/video work will have an immediate and important contribution.  Start and end dates are flexible depending on the candidate, with a 6-week minimum.  Apply early for early consideration.


  • Use photography and videography skills for marketing purposes.
  • Develop skills in product photography.
  • Acquire experience in candid action photography with adults and teens.
  • Acquire experience in candid videography, interviewing, and editing
  • Develop skills in project management. 
  • Learn about archiving.


  • Circulate among workshops in session to get candid shots with minimal disruption.  
  • Engage with students to photograph their finished pieces of art. 
  • Process shots with attention to color, cropping, size, etc for use in marketing materials. 
  • Capture video clips of teaching, making, and socializing. 
  • Edit video clips into short studio vignettes.  
  • Maintain the active image archive.  
  • Develop a useable archive of historical photos by sorting, scanning, and filing the images. 
  • Pursuing or completion of a program of study in photography, digital arts, marketing, arts administration, or art education.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member
  • Must have own HD digital camera and be skilled in photo editing software
  • Some weekend or evening availably desired, but not required
  • Strong skills in interacting with a variety of people
  • Must have reliable transportation
TO APPLY:  ]Please send resume, cover letter, and portfolio to Lisa Oram, Director of Marketing and Communications,


Program Management

We are seeking a responsible, organized, detail-oriented student or recent graduate in arts administration, art history, art education or studio/fine arts to work closely with the Program Manager at Snow Farm in two areas: day to day management of ongoing residential craft workshops; and the planning and organization of the 2018 workshop schedule. Start and end dates are flexible depending on the candidate, with a two-month minimum commitment. Apply early for early consideration.


  • Participate in program planning, administration and evaluation
  • Learn database, organizational and time management skills
  • Gain experience in coordinating for on-site activities
  • Improve writing and copy editing skills


  • Review teen program applications; use templates to draft acceptance letters to teens and parents/guardians.
  • Use our database to email students and instructors with workshop updates and information.
  • Proof and develop written materials to support programming (student packets, handouts, etc.).
  • Collect registration materials and generate accurate, detailed reports on: student enrollment, health and dietary information, housing, and transportation details; assist in the preparation of workshop materials for on-site staff and instructors.
  • Review, summarize and disseminate student and instructor workshop evaluations.
  • Assist in composing contracts for 2018 instructors; organizing and tracking submitted materials; and proofing/editing workshop descriptions and artist bios.
  • Assist in preparation for program meetings.
  • Collaborate cross-departmentally to contribute to ongoing program needs.


  • Pursuing or completion of a program of study in arts administration, art history, art education or studio/fine arts
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to focus with a keen attention to detail
  • Comfort with Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member

TO APPLY:  Please send resume and cover letter to Danielle Thompson, Program Director,