Orange Magazine is looking for Fundraisers, Marketing/Promoters, Video-Journalists & Graphic Designers. Orange Magazine is a project of the European Youth Press – an umbrella association of young journalists in Europe, involving more than 50,000 journalists under 30. Orange Magazine consists of a core team of 10+ journalists from the EU and abroad. Their partners are Deutsche Welle, the Council of Europe, the European Parliament, Open Government Partnership, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and more.
The main activities of this project focus on real-life conferences and other events. The magazine covers the events by producing high-quality journalistic content for their partners as well as Orange itself. As a member of Orange Magazine you have the chance to go to various conferences and events to produce journalistic coverages.
Young journalists between 18 and 30 years old from Europe and internationals based in Europe.
Fundraisers: As a fundraiser for Orange Magazine (OM), you will be responsible for finding and attracting sponsors for OM. This can be done by raising awareness of what Orange is, its goals and financial needs. The fundraisers will also be responsible for finding and applying to potential grants and funding opportunities and also promote Orange to other journalism outlets. The fundraisers are obliged to update the rest of the Orange team and answer to questions raised by them. You will be an official core member of OM and takes part in the weekly Facebook meetings.
Marketing and Promotion: As the promoter of Orange Magazine (OM) you are responsible for finding different ways of promoting our editions and the magazine as a whole. This includes but is not limited to contacting other journalism outlets to introduce the magazine. The promoter is obliged to update the rest of the Orange team and answer to questions raised by them. You will be an official core member of OM and takes part in the weekly Facebook meetings.
Graphic Designer: As a graphic designer for Orange Magazine (OM), you will work with the core members to enhance the visual brand of Orange. Amongst others you are responsible for creating our logos, banners, online posts etc. You will also be responsible for the layout of our print and online magazines for OM projects (see: http://static.orangemagazine.eu/media/FES-magazine-web-res-1.pdf). It is hence necessary to have at least six months of prior experience in the field of lay-outing, including knowledge of relevant software’s and programs to create the above-mentioned magazines. You will be an official core member of OM and participate in our weekly Facebook meetings.
Video Journalists: As a video journalist you are attending conferences together with other Orange Magazine (OM) journalists and report on them through shooting all sorts of videos. These include but are not limited to interviews, after-movies etc. You are expected to have your own equipment and editing software and work independently on the videos. You will be an official core member of OM and participate in our weekly Facebook meetings.
During your time with Orange you will develop your team management experiences and improve your coordination skills. You will learn to take responsibility and will be part of an amazing network amongst young journalists from all around Europe and ultimately grow into an inspiring media leader. It is a great possibility to be in close touch with the European Youth Press. You will have the chance to participate at various media events in Europe and thereby meet interesting people from various fields. Moreover, you will be part of a strong professional journalism network with members working in numerous media outlets across Europe.
How to apply?
Interested in joining their team? Apply now by sending your CV, previous work-pieces and a motivation letter also stating your prior experience to firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com by September 15th!
For more information please visit the official website.