If you’re a student in your final year, or at the beginning of your career as a photographer and want to develop professionally, then take a look at what we’re offering!
K2.0 is kicking off the second cycle of our Professional Shadowing Mentoring Program. This five-month program will expand the skills of one photographer, serving as a paid experience to support a young photographer at the beginning of his/her career.
The candidate will be selected to be part of the K2.0 team and will work closely with a designated K2.0 editorial mentor.
The participants of the program will:
Attend all K2.0 editorial meetings and see how ideas are developed;
Work closely with K2.0’s photography editors and the journalists who are part of the Professional Shadowing Mentoring Program;
Do study visits to organizations and/or institutions that are relevant to the designated thematic fields of the Professional Shadowing Mentoring Program.
By the end of the mentoring program, the photography mentee will have produced editorial photos accompanying the articles that will be produced as part of this program and tackle a specific thematic field, such as: Access to justice, Reconciliation and dialogue, Labor market and employment, Human rights, Gender equality and Cultural topics. These articles will be published on K2.0.
What are we searching for?
A young aspiring photographer who is interested in starting his/her professional journalistic career. The Professional Shadowing Mentoring Program is looking for dedicated and hardworking people who are keen to learn.
When and where?
The selected photography mentee will complete his/her part-time internship between August and December 2019.
How to apply?
The application is open for all new photographers or students who are in their final year of studies.
To apply, please send your CV and portfolio of previous work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application deadline is midnight on Sunday, July 28, 2019.K
This program is funded by the project ‘Luxembourg support to civil society in Kosovo,’ financed by the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and managed by Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF).