Overview

Since 2003, Music@Menlo’s Arts Management Internship Program has trained almost 300 college students and recent college graduates in the essentials of arts administration and nonprofit management. Each summer, Music@Menlo hires approximately 21 interns to work in all departments of the organization, including development, event planning, patron services, merchandising, publications, operations, production, and student services. Music@Menlo interns are paid employees who work side-by-side with the festival’s staff and are highly visible members of the Music@Menlo team.

Applications are now open for summer 2019. Compensation is $12.00/hour. Please visit http://musicatmenlo.org/about/internships for application form and a complete description of each position. Application deadline: February 15, 2019.

To apply for this job email your details to internships@musicatmenlo.org

About Music@Menlo

About Music@Menlo
Music@Menlo, an internationally acclaimed chamber music festival and institute under the artistic direction of cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han, was founded in 2003. Based in Atherton, California, and an important part of the San Francisco Bay Area’s dynamic cultural fabric, Music@Menlo is noted for its world-class chamber music performances, extensive audience engagement programs, intensive training for preprofessional musicians through its Chamber Music Institute, and efforts to enrich and expand the global chamber music community.

About the Arts Management Internship Program
Music@Menlo’s internship program is ideally suited for motivated individuals who are eager to learn about the field of arts management and related work areas in a professional setting. An internship with Music@Menlo offers invaluable training and mentorship towards a professional career in arts management or nonprofit administration. Through on-the-job training and hands-on experience, interns gain practical experience and develop professional skills to take them into the next stage of their career development.