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Photography - Volunteer Leader

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Metropolitan Ministries

  • 2 people are interested


  • Photograph the day-to-day staff and volunteers throughout the campus for the Spring and Summer
  • Having your own camera is not a required by is a plus
  • Setting up photographic equipment
  • Taking candid and posed photos of staff and volunteers
  • Working with staff to choose and set up locations
  • Labeling, editing, and uploading images to cloud bound archive
  • Will have a workstation in Marketing to unload and upload photos from an SD card. SD card & Nikon D3000 can be used through Marketing, but must be returned at the end of the volunteer shift.


  • Well rounded in composition, framing, and lighting
  • Has a good understanding of a DSLR camera (shoots in raw/jpgs)
  • Knows how to use DSLR camera
  • Knows how to frame a shot
  • Knows lighting and composition
  • Novice-Professional Photography
  • Strong portfolio
  • Looking to gain professional experience in photography
  • Ability to frame, edit, tag, and label photos
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office and OneDrive
  • Embodies the Metro Spirit, striving to fulfill our ministry goal of alleviating suffering, promoting dignity, and instilling self sufficiency
  • Embodies the 4 C’s of Character, Chemistry, Competency, and Calling

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to move quickly throughout the campus
  • Able to carry 10-20 pounds if needed
  • Carrying camera for long periods of time


  • Monday, Wednesday, or Friday availability
  • 1-2 hours a week coming in person to serve
  • Spring and Summer availability (serving for a 3 month period of time starting after official start date)

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About Metropolitan Ministries


120 E Ross Ave, Tampa, FL 33602, US

Mission Statement

To care for the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in our community through services that alleviate suffering, promote dignity, and instill self-sufficiency...as an expression of the ongoing ministry of Jesus Christ.


For over 40 years, Metropolitan Ministries has served poor and homeless men, women, and children in the Tampa Bay region. The Ministries has gone from a single room food pantry, to one of America's most effective and innovative caregivers. Serving 100-150 families daily through Outreach and Prevention Services, the Ministries remains committed to breaking the cycle of poverty...today, tomorrow and always. The facilities include Uplift U residential housing, a residence day care, an elementary school, adult training opportunities, a full-service kitchen that prepares 2,200 meals per day 7 days a week, and a thrift store to provide clothing for those in need and to the general public. Metropolitan Ministries also manages Compassion + Action, a collaborative that mobilizes partnerships across four counties to meet the growing need in local neighborhoods and transform the lives of families in crisis.

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We'll work with your schedule.


120 E Ross AveTampa, FL 33602



  • Photography




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Monday, Wednesday, or Friday availability 1-2 hours a week coming in person to serve Spring and Summer availability (serving for a 3 month period of time starting after official start date)

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