Do you want to get paid $10,000 plus benefits to travel for two weeks and take photos? That’s what Days Inn by Wyndham offers to one photographer this August with the return of its ‘Sunternship Program.’
Days Inn wants ‘an aspiring photographer and adventure-seeker’ to hit the road for a two-week-long internship, during which the ‘suntern’ will ‘explore some of America’s most desirable locations and capture the moments along the way.’ The chosen photographer will head out on a ‘customizable’ two-week-long trip to capture as many photos as possible and inspire other travelers.
Days Inn writes, ‘Putting your photography skills to the test, you’ll be snapping photos along the way, earning some major photo cred. Your unique photo and video content will be featured on the brand’s website — daysinn.com — along with our social media channels.’ The program takes place during two weeks this August.
In addition to the exposure, it is very much a paid internship. The selected photographer will be paid $10,000. All hotel accommodations for two weeks at Days Inn locations in the U.S., plus ground transportation, are provided. The photographer will also be given a $250 daily travel stipend, ‘allowing you to explore your sunny destination(s) to the fullest.’ Non-monetary compensation includes having your photos featured by Days Inn, receiving Wyndham Rewards Diamond level membership status, and receiving a ‘glowing recommendation’ from a Days Inn by Wyndham executive following the successful completion of the ‘Sunternship.’
If this all sounds like a great opportunity to you and you’re comfortable traveling this August, you can learn more here. The position is open to all U.S. residents with a valid federal or state-issued I.D. who are 21 years or older. The application process requires interested candidates to submit an original ‘sun-filled photo’ and a 300-word entry describing your dream itinerary and explaining what makes you the ideal choice for the program. The deadline to apply is June 1. The candidate will be selected based on photography and storytelling skills.
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