FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY
Volunteer with Kaya on a film or photography placement and you can use your creative eye and technical skills to promote NGOs’ progress and projects while developing your professional portfolio.
Film & Photography Volunteer Projects
Thousands of projects are doing invaluable work, but do not necessarily have the skills or time to be able to capture this effectively in photo or film form. Visual evidence is essential to keeping donors and sponsors informed, as well as ensuring that websites and newsletters contain relevant images, thus generating sustainable support.
If you use a camera and social media on a daily basis, take this amazing opportunity to share your abilities with a local project and help them to generate more interest and support for their important work. Bring your own style and creative approaches to share with local teams in order to enhance their projects’ visual appearance and educate them in the different ways of communicating with a global audience. Some activities you can get involved with include: creating portfolios for project beneficiaries, photographing wildlife or communities for use in social media and producing short videos for websites or YouTube.
Apply your photography and/or film skills at our fabulous Africa’s Big 5 in Greater Kruger placement. Join our film and photography internship in Cape Town to get experience that compliments your studies and expands your portfolio. Or, share your skills with others in Belize at our film camp, aimed at exciting young people and providing them with potential future career options.
Anyone with a creative eye and a camera is more than able to join us on a film or photography placement! You will work to produce intriguing, emotional and informative images, enabling projects to better convey their stories, thus improving the sustainability of the organisation.
Have a fantastic adventure during your Gap Year: and participate in Wildlife Volunteering in Africa placements, observing and helping lions, chimpanzees and dolphins in their habitats
Build interesting volunteering experiences to your itinerary, and meet like-minded new friends and get to know a country before venturing off on your travels
Use your gap year to explore some of the world’s most unchartered rain-forests and coastlines in Latin America on our environmental conservation project.
Grab the opportunity during your gap year travels and spend some of your time volunteering on a range of fascinating community projects in India, Thailand and the Philippines.
Why not do a bit of everything on this 9 week volunteer and adventure tour that takes you to Mozambique, Swaziland and Kruger National Park in South Africa.
Multimedia internship in Peru to develop your CV/resume and help while supporting biodiversity conservation
Film, Photography and Community Volunteering in Nepal for those with creative and practical skills to share to empower women in a rural community
Volunteer in Belize on this film camp and use your film-making and photography skills to empower and inspire students from an at risk youth centre.
Join this incredible wildlife photography course to develop skills for taking great shots whilst participating in essential conservation education and activities in the Greater Kruger Area.
Volunteer in the Philippines for a grassroots NGO and raise awareness through media and photography of the socioeconomic issues facing Filipino people.
Easy 3-step application process
Click here to apply online and pay your deposit to secure your space on your chosen project. Our advisors will then contact you to guide you through the next steps.
Once we’ve received your application, we’ll be in touch to arrange your informal telephone interview with your Kaya Placement Advisor.
When you’ve been accepted onto your project we’ll send you your Welcome Pack and lots of other helpful information to assist you with preparing for your placement.
HAVE A QUESTION?
We pride ourselves on providing you high quality placement information throughout your application process and whilst on the ground. Connect with us via email if you have any questions or use the chat window in the bottom right.