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Are you an experienced, established individual working in the screen industries, looking to give back to the next generation of women in the field? You could be a great fit to support our professional development programs as a mentor, juror, reader, guest speaker, or other expert volunteer!
Just looking for a way to help out or learn more about Women In Film? We’re always looking for event volunteers, and we also offer student internships throughout the year!
CONNECT WITH FELLOW MEMBERS
One of the great benefits of Women In Film membership is the outlet to build a community of fellow talented, driven women working in the screen industries. The best way to build these connections is by attending and mingling at official events, like our quarterly coffee or cocktail mixers, member-exclusive screenings, or public speaker series.
There are also members-only Facebook and LinkedIn groups where you can share about the projects you’re working on or seek other Women In Film members to network, hire, and collaborate with!
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