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Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York, NY

Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) is the world's largest not-for-profit arts organization committed to promoting the appreciation and understanding of jazz through performance, education, and preservation. JALC is under the Artistic Direction of Wynton Marsalis.

Jazz at Lincoln Center's home-Frederick P. Rose Hall-at New York's Columbus Circle, is the first education, performance, and broadcast facility devoted to jazz, and opened in fall 2004.

Internships offer a chance to grow with one of New York's fastest growing arts organizations.

Internships - Spring 2016

Spring 2016 internship opportunities are available for 12 week sessions in the following departments:

  • Audience Development
  • Concerts and Touring 
  • Development - Corporate Partnerships 
  • Development - Foundations and Government Relations
  • Education
  • Human Resources 
  • Marketing
  • Music Administration
  • Public Relations
  • Technology

Internship Highlights:

  • Provides undergraduate and graduate students with first-hand professional experience in a non-profit, performing arts organization.
  • Partners interns with a designated supervisor to ensure a quality learning experience.

General Requirements for all Interns:

  • Currently pursuing a degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Internships must satisfy school requirements for earning credit.
  • Students must provide relevant school documentation.
  • Internships require a minimum of 20 hours per week; specific schedules will vary by department.
  • Keen interest in arts management, especially as it relates to jazz music.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

If you believe your background and experience qualify you for consideration based on the criteria we've outlined, please send your cover letter and resume to Please indicate your semester and department of interest in the SUBJECT line of your email, e.g. "Spring 2016 Public Relations Internship".

To be considered for a spring 2016 internship, please submit a cover letter and resume by December 1, 2015.

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