Internships and Fellowships in the Arts

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Fellowships

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Internships

American Repertory Ballet

Internship Location: New Brunswick, NJ

American Repertory Ballet (ARB) internships are for individuals that want to gain practical experience in the non-profit arts world. Interns are given the opportunity to learn how each department contributes to the whole of ARB by working directly with department heads on various projects necessary to the success of the organization.

ARB is currently seeking interns to work part time (10-20hrs/week) on various initiatives and projects in our Marketing, Development, and Educational Programming departments. Interns will work under the Executive Director, the Director of Marketing and PR, the Development Director, and the Director of Educational Programming to develop projects, goals, and timelines best-suited to the organization’s needs and the intern’s skill set.

American Repertory Ballet is a non-profit organization with three main programmatic areas: the professional dance company; the Princeton Ballet School with 1,500 students at three central New Jersey locations; and the Access and Enrichment activities, which include DANCE POWER, an in-school dance education program; On Pointe, a free in-studio enrichment series; and other educational initiatives in the community. 

For full internship descriptions and requirements, click here

Send resume and cover letter to: Lisa Beth Vettoso, Director of Educational Programming via email, mail, or fax.
PO Box 250, New Brunswick, NJ 08903
F: 723.249.8475

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Arts & Business Council of New York - Multicultural Arts Management Internship Program

Application Deadline: February 20, 2015
Internship Locations: Various - all in New York, New York

Each summer, the Arts & Business Council of New York matches undergraduate students with dynamic non-profit arts organizations and with corporate mentors who can guide their personal and professional growth.

Through the Multicultural Arts Management Internship Program, interns will have the unique opportunity to:

  • Gain hands-on experience in arts management by working on projects that are designed to increase applicable skills, contacts, and future job prospects. Intern projects can be in marketing and communications, development and fundraising, event planning, audience development, community outreach, and more.
  • Benefit from the experience and skills of seasoned arts administrators, and receive one-on-one guidance from a business mentor. Business mentors in the program hold numerous professional occupations but share a common passion for the arts and a desire to guide students in their pursuits.
  • Make friends and have fun experiencing the arts and culture of New York City with fellow interns!
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* postings updated as of February 13, 2015.