The Music for All Internship program provides a unique opportunity for current or recent college students to experience real-world work experience
Music for All is seeking qualified candidates for our Summer Advocacy and Educational Resources Intern beginning May 14, 2018 through August 10, 2018. The Fall Advocacy and Educational Resources Intern works under the direction of the Director of Advocacy and Educational Resources and is an important part of the Music for All team.
Primary duties for the fall include but are not limited to:
- Assist the Director of Advocacy and Educational Resources in performance of the department’s and his duties
- Regularly communicate (phone and email) with adjudicators, clinicians, conductors, faculty and VIPs regarding program details
- Create, organize, and maintain consultants’ contract files and paperwork
- Support in developing and curating organization’s advocacy initiatives
- Manage several projects independently
- Maintain professional and high quality relationships with participants
- Other duties as assigned by the Director of Advocacy and Educational Resources
Every candidate for a position at Music for All must understand and acknowledge that a substantial portion of the organization’s business is the planning and execution of special events. As such, all Music for All employees and contractors are involved in the planning of events and will have on-site event production duties and responsibilities. Travel may be required, in which case individual travel expenses will be covered by Music for All.
Music for All is seeking an enthusiastic, team-oriented individual with the below skills:
- Currently or recently enrolled in a college-level degree program (third year or higher preferred)
- Pursuing a degree in Music Education, Music Business, Communications, Marketing, or Public Relations (preferred)
- Excellent inter-personal skills and ability to communicate with participants including band directors, students, and parents
- Demonstrated leadership, organization, interpersonal skills as well as strong attention to detail
- Willingness to re-design processes to improve them
- Proficiency in Microsoft applications (Excel, Word)
- Proficiency in Google applications (Docs, Sheets, Forms, etc.)
- Strong work ethic, willingness to embrace our organization and an interest in supporting the arts community
- Participation in 2018 Music for All Summer Symposium (June 23-30, 2018)
This position will receive a stipend on the 15th and last day of each month. Travel expenses (housing, transportation, meals, etc.), while working an event, are covered by the organization.
Music for All offers internships year round. These positions are expected to work 30-hours per week during their internships. This position will run May 14 – August 10, 2018. Start and end dates can be modified to fit into the constraints of a current degree program. Please note that this is a residential internship, and you must be able to complete your 30 hours in our office located in downtown Indianapolis, IN.