Intern, Artist Training Programs
- Weill Music Institute
- Reports To:
- Director, Artist Training Programs
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Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI) seeks a part-time, paid intern for January – May, 2019 with the option to extend June – August, 2019. The intern will assist with the planning and implementation of Carnegie Hall’s three national youth ensembles (the National Youth Orchestra of USA, NYO2, and NYO Jazz). This includes administrative support in planning the residency activities at Purchase College as well as each ensemble’s Carnegie Hall performances, social media initiatives, participant customer service, and general office duties. The intern will also have direct interaction with and support ATP workshop activities, including orchestral master classes for young musicians as well as the Joyce DiDonato Master Classes and SongStudio with Renée Fleming. Opportunities to become familiar with other WMI education and social impact programs will also be provided to the intern.
Scope of work includes, but is not limited to:
• Monitoring general e-mail inboxes and responding directly to correspondents when appropriate.
• Providing onsite support, including some routine physical labor, for various activities (workshops, rehearsals, performances) in the Resnick Education Wing of Carnegie Hall as well as offsite as necessary.
• Conducting general program research and assessment, to support future program planning.
• Participating in the planning and implementation of social media initiatives.
• Provide support of general music library functions across all programs including preparing audition excerpts and supporting NYO-USA, NYO2, and NYO Jazz librarians.
• Performing daily office tasks such as data entry, copying, filing, mailing, scanning, etc.
Intern must be detail-oriented, confident, and self-motivated; have a proven ability to multitask; and have strong organizational skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and database management are required. Previous experience in arts administration and/or working with small teams in an office or educational environments, and knowledge of music are strongly preferred. Occasional evenings and weekends may be required. Work week is 20 hours with flexible scheduling.
To apply to this role, please send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. We are an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.