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Spring 2018 Development and Administration Board Relations Departments Internships

Grand Rapids Symphony - Grand Rapds, Michigan

Description

The Grand Rapids Symphony is looking for dynamic, confident, college-level student leaders to support our Development and Administration Board Relations departments including its growing volunteer program, board relations activities, vital corporate/foundation development efforts, unique fund and friend-raising events, special projects and annual campaign areas. 

We are looking for students who wish to grow their overall professional skills and would enjoy a unique learning opportunity with a premier cultural organization internship that involves direct hands on responsibilities across these two departments. 

How this internship looks is flexible. We will work with your schedule, but 15 to 20 hours is needed per week for each internship position. There will be weeks when more than 20 hours are requested at events or for special projects if the student is available.

 While unpaid, these are higher level internships that promise marketable experience with a leading cultural organization.

Parking provided for in-office work. Mileage covered for work-related local travel.

Qualifications

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Details

Type of Position: Part-Time / Internship Position
Segment of Industry: General Hospitality & Tourism Management
Salary: Unpaid
Hours: 15-20

Company Information

Grand Rapids Symphony
300 Ottawa NW
Suite 100
Grand Rapds, Michigan 49503
616-454-9451
Contact: Nancy Hopkins

How To Apply

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Nancy Hopkins at nhopkins@grsymphony.org.

Application Deadline: 11/20/17

Additional Information

About the Grand Rapids Symphony
The Grand Rapids Symphony – led by Music Director Marcelo Lehninger, Associate Conductor John Varineau and Principal Pops Conductor Bob Bernhardt – is a nonprofit, community-supported orchestra which touches the lives of some 200,000 people from 14 counties across West Michigan through its concert series, community outreach and education programs. Recognized as one of America’s leading regional orchestras, the Grand Rapids Symphony is celebrating its 88th season, a tribute to its enduring partnership with the community that has embraced it since the orchestra’s founding in 1930.

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Posted: 10/20/17