Percussive Arts Society six-month internship program for international students who wish to gain music industry experience and promote career goals in Washington, USA, 2013
Program Name: Percussive Arts Society Spring Internship Program, USA, 2013
About employer: The Percussive Arts Society (PAS) is a music service organization promoting percussion education, research, performance and appreciation throughout the world. The Percussive Arts Society is the world’s largest percussion organization and is considered the central source for information and networking for percussionists and drummers of all ages.
Degree program: The program is for any level students.
Subject(s): The subject field is related to music.
- A cover letter that includes a description of the applicant’s career goals and also suggests how an internship with PAS could help to realistically promote those goals.
- A résumé of academic and work experiences (please include specific evidence of leadership skills).
- A list of persons who have agreed to provide academic and work-related recommendations, along with contact information.
- A digital copy of a paper submitted in an upper division course.
Open for following countries: The program is open for students from all countries.
Program detail: PAS interns acquire broad industry experience by assisting with a variety of staff projects, including those relating to music products, teaching, concert production, publishing, artist management, and marketing. Spring Intern will work closely with the PAS Director of Event Production and Marketing on artist and manufacturer relations and marketing and will be an integral part of the team that organizes its November 2013 international convention in Indianapolis.
Duration: The program runs for around 6 months.
Financial aid: PAS interns receive a $1,200 taxable stipend each month.
Apply for program: Applications should be made by post or Email.
Last date of application: The application deadline is November 9, 2012.