Jobs & Student Opportunities
Full-time/Permanent Staff Positions
Assistant Manager, Programming Artist Liaison
Accepting applications until November 23, 2023
Part-time/Temporary Staff Positions
There are no open positions at this time.
UMS Work-Study Opportunities
Work-study opportunities at UMS provide valuable experience in all areas of arts management, including backstage production, education, administration, customer service and ticketing, programming, development, and marketing.
Students who receive college work-study funding as part of their financial aid package are eligible for paid positions up to the amount of their work-study award.
General work-study opportunities (September-April) are posted on the Student Employment Office (SEO) Website and filled as needed.
If you would like to be notified when our positions are posted for the upcoming term, please fill out our interest form.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received until all positions have been filled.
21st Century Artist Internships
Each year, UMS and SMTD choose 4 students to intern for 5-7 weeks between May and August with a professional dance, theater, or music ensemble that UMS plans to present during its upcoming season. UMS presents ensembles from all over the world, though many will be based in major metropolitan areas in the USA. Students:
- Work with the University Musical Society.
- Spend the summer with an artist or ensemble.
- Earn $5,000 to support your summer internship.
Application Deadline: Friday, February 4, 2022 by 5 pm
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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