The MSM Internship program offers practical, real world experience, skills and contacts to to help you succeed in the marketplace.
Because of the concentration of prominent arts organizations and national service agencies in NYC, MSM students have a terrific array of possibilities to enhance their education. Internships for current students are arranged for one semester at a time for varied college credit hours, depending on the scope of the work and the schedule.
Institutions looking to host an MSM intern should contact the CME via email: email@example.com.
Start exploring internship possibilities, including through the links on this page, the CME’s facebook page and resource listings (available through the links on this page).
Set up an appointment with Casey Molino Dunn, coordinator of the internship program and Director of the Center for Music Entrepreneurship by calling him at 917 493 4486 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. He will provide additional information about possible internships plus work with you on applying for opportunities; this will include preparing you to submit your résumé and cover letters to selected organizations requesting internship interviews. He will help you prepare as though you were interviewing for a paid staff position (see below for preparation tips).
In addition to the procedure above, students who want to get academic credit for an internship should register for “Internship” ME2500 for credit. Please see Casey Molino Dunn before registering: approval is required It is best to come in early to arrange the internship of your choice.
After finding the right fit with an organization, you will be given an internship contract for the semester, to be signed by you, your staff supervisor, and Mr Dunn.
During the internship, keep an ongoing log of work done, contacts made, observations about the specific organization, and copies of written materials you produce. You’ll be required to send updates to the CME Director about the progress of your internship and the work you’re doing.
At the end of the semester, submit a final paper (3 pages) describing and assessing your internship experience: what you learned, what you accomplished, what surprised you, etc.
– Basic office skills and experience
– Punctuality — will call ahead if there’s a problem.
– Someone motivated, enthusiastic about the work
– Someone interested in learning
– Someone who will get along well with other staff
Some details may be listed online, but you may need to contact the organization directly for specifics about current internship opportunities.
Boosey and Hawkes, Inc.
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Chamber Music America
Jazz at Lincoln Center
New York Festival of Song
New York Philharmonic
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
The Living Room
Vh1 Save the Music
Time Out New York
21C Media Group
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