Student Transitions & Family Programs employs a Student Photographer to photograph STFP, Exec, and WUSA League events. Learn more about the position below. Applications are currently open.

The student photographer position closes on March 3rd at Midnight CST.

Application Process:

1: View examples of pictures taken by Student Transitions & Family Programs student photographer

  • Our student photographer use different photography styles ranging from portrait style photo backdrops, to candid style depending on the event.

2: Submit application, resume, and portfolio

  • Submit your application, resume, and portfolio using the button below. Please review the application and interview guide for tips on how to build/strengthen your resume and portfolio
  • If you have any questions, please email Student Transitions & Family Programs at

3: Sign up for an interview with the Student Transitions & Family Programs Professional Staff

  • During the application process, you will be prompted to sign up for an interview slot
  • Please come prepared to talk about your application, answer behavior based questions about your experiences, and your portfolio.
  • If you need accommodations in either the application process or the interview process please contact Student Transitions & Family Programs at

4: After the interview:

  • Student Transitions & Family Programs may reach out for reference checks after the interview.
  • STFP will conduct academic standing checks which includes reviewing both semester and cumulative GPA. Applicants must be in good academic and conduct standing during semesters employed. We may additionally call four-year advisors regarding status. STFP reviews educational records including courses, enrollment status, unofficial transcripts, grades, and GPA. STFP collaborates with the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, Residential Life, and the Title IX office to perform additional conduct checks. Lastly, STFP staff utilizes educational record data and institutional reported demographic data to run analysis on student recruitment efforts.
  • All Student Graphic Designer Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, or holders of an F-1 or J-1 visa. If you do not meet the listed conditions, please contact the Office of International Students and Scholars before applying to ensure that you are permitted to work in the United States.