Youth to Business Digital Media Coordinator

February 9, 2024

Youth to Business Digital Media Coordinator 

We are currently searching for skilled and driven photographers/videographers to become part of our team. We are looking for individuals who are enthusiastic about collaborating with youth and advocating for minority-owned small businesses. It is essential for our ideal candidate(s) to recognize the significance of motivating the future generation of website creators.

We are in pursuit of an outstanding candidate who possesses not only experience but also empathy and a strong sense of professionalism and integrity in their interactions with both small businesses and young individuals.

This individual is deeply passionate about their craft and demonstrates a profound appreciation for the unique value each individual brings. They possess the ability to approach their work with empathy and professionalism, recognizing and respecting diverse backgrounds, abilities, and identities. Moreover, they are committed to upholding principles of equity, accountability, and integrity in all aspects of their work. Their experience includes collaborating with a variety of communities, including but not limited to Black, Indigenous, communities of Color, immigrant, multilingual, marginalized, and small-business owner communities.


  • Work directly with the Youth to Business Program Coordinator (Y2BPC). 
  • Capture professional photos of selected business owners.
  • Professional Headshots
  • 4-5 Candid shots of the Employer working
  • Film and provide raw one-minute video profiles to (Y2BPC) 
  • 2-3 Group photo of Business owner & Employees 
  • Capture product photography of the top ten items 
  • If applicable, take a photo of the outside of the Business location
  • Create an affordable digital photo package for additional photos that the business owner can pay for.


  • Reach out directly to each business owner to schedule a time to meet with and take photos.
  • Upload raw images daily after every shoot 
  • Provided edited images by March 15th


  • Experience taking professional photos
  • Experience creating video reels 
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Able to commit to completion of photo shoots between February 23rd - March 15th


  • Compensation is $500 per business, + Mileage Reimbursement 

Contract Timeline & Schedule  

  • February 19th : On-boarding
  • February 23rd: Start date
  • March 15th: Completion: Deliverables 

About The Youth Website Development Program 

Program Overview

As we embark on the fourth installment of this impactful program, it's essential to underscore its significance and legacy at the Office of Economic Development (OED). In today's digital era, a robust online presence is crucial for small businesses, and a well-crafted website serves as a powerful storytelling tool, fostering a dynamic and competitive digital landscape. This program has been at the forefront of innovation, evolving to meet the changing needs of businesses in the digital realm. Y2B aims to serve 30 Seattle Small Businesses and ten Franklin High School students. 


Going Deeper with Past Students

This year, we've made a strategic decision to delve deeper with students who participated in our program last year, enhancing their skills in web design. We believe in the transformative power of continued education and the value it brings to both businesses and students. By empowering businesses with enhanced online capabilities and offering students an opportunity to deepen their expertise, we contribute to building a skilled and competitive workforce for the future.


Diversity in Action

The program's collaboration with a diverse group of Franklin High School students and Seattle small business owners exemplifies our commitment to diversity and inclusivity. By providing a platform for students from various backgrounds to engage in real-world technology applications, we're not just fostering skill development but also breaking barriers in the tech sector. Our partnership with Square and Seattle Public Schools reinforces our commitment to creating meaningful connections and impactful collaborations.

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