DMA Jobs and Internships

The following is a list of local job opportunities in or near Washtenaw County. The Digital Media Arts Department is not associated with any of these organizations and cannot guarantee accuracy of information. Please contact the organization directly for more information.

To request for a job to be posted here please contact DMA Department Co-Chair, Don Werthmann at [email protected]

Freelance, Part-Time, and Full-Time Opportunities

September 8, 2020 | Fashion Blog Photographer Job

  • Part-time (1 to 5 Work Days per Month)
  • No Experience Required
  • GREAT fit for a Photography Student interested in building a Photography Portfolio
  • Very Student Friendly, Great for A Busy College Student
  • Take photos for a fashion blog
  • Travel to various locations in the Novi/Wixom area for photos
  • $30 (3 Hour Shift), $40 (4 Hour Shift)
  • Contact [email protected]

Internships & Volunteer Opportunities

Internship Application: The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center and the Washtenaw Community College Digital Media Arts Photography Department offer a paid internship requiring the commitment of a full academic year —Fall 2020 and Winter 2021.

Learn more about Opportunities

 

Connect with Industry!

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Students & Employers: Check Out Onward! Created while on sabbatical by Digital Media Arts Professional Web Design & Development Faculty, Jason Withrow, Onward helps employers directly connect with Washtenaw Community College students for jobs, internships, and freelance projects. Students must acquire faculty endorsements for all their required job skills before they can see employer contact information, to ensure the integrity of qualified applicants. Register as Employer or Student now!

Additionally, Professional Advisory Committees in each Digital Media Arts discipline assist in maintaining each program’s relevance in curriculum design, program-level outcomes, and keeping pace with current trends in technology to ensure that our graduates have the marketable skills to find success in the job market.