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Application Deadline: October 5, 2016
The American Antiquarian Society (AAS), a national research library and learned society of American history and culture, is calling for applications for visiting fellowships for historical research by creative and performing artists, writers, film makers, journalists, and other persons whose goals are to produce imaginative, non-formulaic works dealing with pre-twentieth-century American history. Successful applicants are those whose work is for the general public rather than for academic or educational audiences. The Society's goal in sponsoring this program is to multiply and improve the ways in which an understanding of history is communicated to the American people. For more information and how to apply click here.
Fellowship Location: New York, NY
Application Deadline: December 1, 2016
The Fellows program at The Center for Ballet and the Arts invites scholars and artists from the fields of ballet and its related arts and sciences to work at the Center on their own scholarly and/or artistic projects. The program provides fellows with a stipend, access to studio and office space, an apartment in some cases, and time away from daily life to focus on their specified project – a book, a ballet, a film, a digital lecture series or other work of their imagining related in some way to ballet. Fellows can work alone or in collaboration. For more information and how to apply click here.
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
CityDance seeks to hire a Brand & Marketing Manager Intern for April/May-August 2016. This internship is ideal for College Junior. The internship is Monday and Fridays from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
Qualified applicants will have the following:
Day to day duties will include:
CityDance also seeks to hire a Public Relations/Social Media Intern for April/May-August 2016. The qualified applicant will have the following:
Day to day duties will include:
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Each season, The Dance Complex offers several focused internship opportunities for students and young professionals seeking experience in the arts and arts administration. Interns will work within a dance community that brings accessible, artistic opportunities to dancers throughout the greater Boston area. All intern positions are designed for new professionals to kickstart their career in arts administration, marketing, programming, event planning, and/or dance production/operations.
In addition to assisting staff, interns may choose to plan and execute independent projects within the focus of their internship, formed from their own artistic and academic interests. Interns are compensated with free classes and rehearsal space at The Dance Complex to develop and refine their own dance experience.
All internships include assistance with general administrative responsibilities as well as time at the front desk reception each week to ensure that all interns have the opportunity to connect with our community members.
Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis for the following seasons:
Fall (September - December)
Winter/Spring (January - May)
Summer (June - August)
Areas of focus:
Non-Profit Arts Administration
Earn free dance classes with some of the field's most exciting teachers while gaining exposure to a fast-paced arts-administration environment at Gibney Dance! Through ongoing managerial support and feedback, as well as other professional development activities, our internship program strives to provide the next generation of arts and non-profit leaders the skills and knowledge necessary to advance to the most pressing issues facing their chosen fields today.
For more information on daily responsibilities, click here. To apply for a Center Internship, please send a resume and brief statement of interest with the subject line: “Center Internship, Your Name” here.
The Joffrey Ballet seeks an summer intern for its Joffrey Academy of Dance. The Academy Intern is primarily responsible for assisting with special projects and day to day operations related to the Joffrey Academy of Dance. This individual works directly with the Academy Managing Director and the Joffrey Academy staff on all projects. This position also interfaces regularly with the Academy Artistic Directors, all full-time and part-time faculty involved in the educational programs, and occasionally interfaces with staff in the other departments at the Joffrey. The Academy Intern assists at Academy performances, productions and auditions and more.
The Academy Intern position is a part-time, unpaid opportunity. Interns receive complimentary open classes at the Joffrey Academy of Dance, and the opportunity to see Academy and Company performances. School credit can be arranged for current university students.
This is a 20-24 hours per week during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM) internship that runs from May through August 2016.
To apply, email your resume and cover letter.
Miami City Ballet (MCB) is currently seeking interns to join our Development team for the 2015 Fall semester. Interns will assist with all elements of development, including special events, donor records, cultivation, and administrative support. MCB interns must be curious, organized, attentive to detail, and prepared to arrive daily with a positive, roll-up-your-sleeves attitude. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic team and develop a well-rounded perspective of the administrative side of an arts-focused nonprofit organization.
Development Team Intern Responsibilities Include:
This is an unpaid internship, and all students must receive college credit. To apply, please send your resume and a short summary of why you would make a great addition to the MCB team via email.
MCB is also seeking a Special Events Intern as well as a Membership Intern. See the respective descriptions below.
The Special Events Intern will work with the Department as a whole to plan and execute Signature MCB Events. MCB special events interns must be outgoing, proactive, detail oriented, and prepared to arrive each day with a positive, roll-up-your-sleeves attitude. Special Events Intern responsibilities include:
Interested applicants should email their resume and a short summary of why you would make a great addition to the MCB Development team. This is an unpaid internship. Academic credit can be arranged.
MCB's Development Department also seeks a Membership Intern. As part of this group, you will assist with the membership elements of development, including direct membership sales, member events, donor records, cultivation efforts, and administrative support. Membership Intern responsibilities include:
Interested applicants should email their resume and a short summary of why you would make a great addition to the MCB Team. This is an unpaid internship. Academic credit can be arranged.
Nashville Ballet operates using earned revenue (60%) and contributed revenue (40%). As an intern in the Development Department, you will be immersed in the challenges and successes of raising contributed revenue. From assisting with planning and facilitating special events, working with data to track and strategize upcoming efforts, or researching potential individual, corporate or foundation prospects for future partnerships, you will be critical in keeping Nashville Ballet’s contributed income healthy and sustainable.
Click here for a complete description and instructions on how to apply.
The New York City Ballet's (NYCB) Membership Department seeks an enthusiastic and responsible individual who has a strong interest in development, patron relations, database management, and research to serve as the Department's Membership Intern for the Winter and/or Spring Season.
Responsibilities will include:
The ideal intern will possess the following:
This internship is unpaid. However, benefits include access to ballet performances and special events for patrons. Office dress is business casual during the business day and formal for Special Events. Desired time commitment is at least three full-time days per week with flexibility to schedule. Academic credit may be arranged. Interested applicants should email their resume with Membership Intern in the subject line.
NYC Ballet is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.