Music in Common seeks summer intern for Amplify 2019, July 7 - 22 in Sheffield, MA. Music In Common is a non-profit organization that empowers youth against hate through colla borative songwriting, multimedia, and performance. Our annual summer Amplify program will take place at Berkshire School in Sheffield, Massachusetts from July 7-22. Amplify is a culturally immersive, music intensive program in which high school and college aged musicians learn and perform the songs written by Music In Common youth from around the world, culminating in three riveting concerts. This three-minute video provides a great overview of the program: https://youtu.be/t-WNMdkmVLA. More details can be viewed here: www.musicincommon.org/berkshires-amplify-2019.html
Music In Common is committed to creating a team rich in cultural, ethnic, racial, and religious diversity to reflect the wide array of communities we serve. We are seeking a compassionate female candidate to intern for the duration of the Amplify 2019 program.
Program interns must be 23 years of age or older and possess strong time management and organizational skills to help guide the creative collaboration of participants. Candidates must be interested in working with diverse groups of people and comfortable in immersive dialogue settings. Candidates will thrive if they are passionate about: music for social change, youth empowerment and interculturalism. Experience with multimedia and video editing a plus.
Interns must live on campus in the dorms with program participants and staff and will be expected to take on dorm duties throughout the program
Interns must complete a training prior to attending the program.
Internships may qualify for post-grad school credit.
This is an unpaid internship, but all living and travel expenses to, from, and during the program will be paid by Music in Common.
For more information or to apply, please e-mail Music in Common Program Director, Marisa Massery, at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Interest in Intern Position” as the subject line.