Led by visionary Artistic Director Grant Gershon, the 100 professional singers who comprise the Los Angeles Master Chorale combine a sublime mastery of the art form with a passion for adventurous programming and are considered by many to be the country's leading vocal ensemble. In addition to presenting its own concert season in Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Master Chorale engages 5,000 youth and their families each year through its award-winning music education and outreach programs.
The Advancement Department advances the chorale’s artistic, educational and community programs and goals through fundraising, partnership and coalition building and both policy and civic engagement. The Advancement Intern will provide coordination, clerical and creative support to a team of four. Duties will focus on the areas of special online events, working with artists, individual giving, grants and executive leadership. The intern will coordinate with the production, education and marketing teams. The position offers a breadth of exposure and experience to allow the intern to build their skills, clarify their career goals and develop meaningful connections in the arts field.
The internship is for 400 hours at $15.00 an hour and can be full or part-time, as long as the hours are complete by March 1, 2021.
In addition to having excellent written and verbal communications skills, the ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented self-starter who is organized, responsible, and loves the performing arts. They should have strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of Applications (Word, Excel, Outlook), comfortable using a PC. Familiarity with databases is a plus.
How to Apply
To apply, please go to www.lamasterchorale.org/apply and upload your cover letter, addressed to Advancement Team, describing your skills and why you are interested in the position, along with your resume. The interview process will involve one interview with the Advancement Team and a reference check (please be prepared to provide 2 or more professional or character references).