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iLCP Spring/Summer Visual and Communications Internship (Unpaid Remote Work)

The International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) is a U.S. based non-profit organization whose mission is to support environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography and filmmaking. Founded in 2005, our programs are built on the participation and contributions of our Fellows, an elite group of the world’s top wildlife, nature and culture photographers who, in addition to displaying remarkable photographic skills, have each demonstrated a deep commitment to conservation efforts around the globe. Our Fellowship is a dynamic, collaborative, and supportive community that aims to influence all photographers and users of imagery to adopt the best and most sustainable practices with regards to the creation and use of visual media.

iLCP is seeking candidates who have strong communications, research, and writing skills, a willingness to think independently, and a passion for conservation and storytelling. The Visuals and Communications intern will become an integral part of our small team and learn the ins and outs of working at an image-based nonprofit organization. You will have the opportunity to work with the world’s best photographers and see how to use imagery to move the needle for conservation. 

The internship is approximately 18-20 hours per week, and will be remote. The dates for this internship are flexible. 

Applicants must provide a resume and cover letter that describes their interest in the position to 


Support the honing and continuation of iLCP’s storytelling voice across various social media platforms 

Brainstorm new and innovative ways for iLCP to reach further audiences and increase engagement through various social media platforms

Create and implement social media campaigns

Create engaging content on a weekly and monthly basis 

Manage and post content to iLCP’s social media platforms

Grow online social networks by increasing fan base and interactions

Collect, review, and report analytics

Assist with graphic design for social media posts

Review data on the performance of social media platforms and adjust plans or strategies to optimize outreach  

Visual Assets 

Catalog photo submissions (caption, keyword, embed metadata)

Research ways to market our image collections and promote through social media

Other administrative tasks as required

Research articles, stories, resources, photos, videos, or other content from activities and events 

Meet project deadlines 

Attend and contribute to the regular team meetings

Be willing to attend virtual meetings in EST timezone 

Intern Qualifications

Current or recent college student, with educational background in marketing, communications, photojournalism, or environmental science a plus

Excellent verbal and written skills  

Experience with the effective marketing and utilization of social channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube

Proven effectiveness with managing timely delivery of work against short deadlines

An eagerness to learn and work with a small but effective team.

Experience with Canva a plus

Laptop and wi-fi access.

Photo Credits from top of page: Beverly Joubert and Joel Sartore. Artwork by Karis Gallant 

International League of Conservation Photographers

A global community of conservation photographers and filmmakers working to share conservation stories and solutions through ethical visual storytelling
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