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BECOME A FOTOWEEK VOLUNTEER!


Thank you for your interest in volunteering with FotoDC for FotoWeek! FotoWeek is just around the corner (November 1-10), and we need dedicated and reliable volunteers to help us with nearly all of our Festival events. Becoming a volunteer at FotoWeek will give you exclusive access to many of the festival events and a behind the scenes look into FotoWeek as a whole.

It is truly an excellent opportunity to take in all that FotoWeek has to offer!

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Benefits of Being  FotoWeekDC Volunteer:

  • Increase your knowledge of Photography and Art
  • Meet Photographers and other photography enthusiasts in the DC area
  • Attend private volunteer events
  • Join FotoFriends for free! (Available after 5 volunteer shifts)
  • Volunteers will get a FREE pass to our Opening Party @ National Geographic
  • Build your resume with an innovative, friendly non-profit

 

Requirements:

  • Curious about photography
  • Reliable and committed to working 4-6 hour shifts
  • Friendly and professional demeanor
  • Able to interact with large numbers of visitors
  • Must be at least 18 years of age ( Some volunteer positions may require 21+. Potential volunteers under 18 years old please contact us at info@fotoweekdc.org )


We've created a great volunteer sign-up system through Volunteer Hub - it's just a few simple steps to register.

We hope you're as excited about FotoWeek as we are, and we look forward to seeing you at the Festival!


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FotoDC is funded in part by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
FotoDC Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing exposure for photographers and to make diverse, high-quality photography accessible
to audiences through the exhibition of inspiring and provocative images, dynamic programming, and collaborations with the local and international community.