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[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ant to take the next step in your fishing life and make it your profession? Here are a couple cool opportunities to do just that. While we doubt you will fast track to the top of the tax bracket, your quality of life will likely improve exponentially. Either of these available positions would bring you to beautiful Vermont state, home to a rich fly fishing history and some wonderful fisheries and mountain ranges.

The American Museum of Fly Fishing- Communications Manager

Museum curator Austin Hogan and registrar David Ledlie examine some reels in this Museum photo ca. 1976.

Museum curator Austin Hogan and registrar David Ledlie examine some reels in this Museum photo ca. 1976.

Under the direction of and in consultation with the Executive Director, the Communications Manager (CM) will be the marketing voice of AMFF in person, online,and in print. The CM will develop and establish a strong marketing program that will expand the Museum’s outreach to the fly-fishing community, especially targeting those between the ages of 20 and 40. The CM will work in the Museum offices in Manchester,VT, and will have direct access to the museum’s permanent collection to create online postings of these significant artifacts. The CM will work across all AMFF departments and with all 7 staff members as well as members of the AMFF Junior Committee, the Development Committee chair, and Marketing Committee chair.To learn more about this position visot the AMFF’s website.

ORVIS- Video Intern- Rod & Tackle

ORVIS wants you.

ORVIS wants you.

Here is a chance to intern for the big O. This position actually sounds like a really fun way to spend the summer in Sunderland, Vermont. The recipient of this internship will “will be responsible for shooting and editing short product and lifestyle videos and archiving existing video assets.” ORVIS is seeking applicants that have experience shooting and editing HD video, and show exceptional creativity in telling stories.  Editing proficiency in either Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premier is required.  Intern must be prepared to use his or her video equipment, either a dedicated video setup or a high resolution DSLR.  A passion for the outdoors and fly fishing is strongly desired as much of the shooting will be in the field. Interested applicants are required to provide a short, 2-5 minute, video sample.  Find out more at ORVIS’ website.

 

 

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