Music at Menlo, Atherton, CA

Since 2003, Music@Menlo’s internship program has provided college students and recent college graduates the opportunity to learn what goes on behind the scenes at an internationally acclaimed music festival. Each summer, Music@Menlo hires approximately twenty interns to assist with all areas of the organization, including Merchandising and Sales, Development, Event Planning and Catering, Patron Services and Ticketing, Production, Artist Services, Student Services, Operations, and Photography and Videography. Music@Menlo interns are integral to the success of the festival. They work side-by-side with the festival’s staff and are highly visible members of the Music@Menlo team.

Through project-based, hands-on work, the summer experience allows interns to learn skills in project management, customer service, organization, communication, and planning. Former interns have gone on to work in the field of arts management at such institutions as the San Francisco Opera, the New York Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and the Metropolitan Opera Guild as well as other fields in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors.

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