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Internships

  • Feb 7, 2013
February 13th, 2014

It's Recruitment Time!

The Oregon Bach Festival is now looking for a fresh crop of dedicated individuals to help ensure our summer is a smashing success. Interested? You’re in the right place. Read on to learn more about the amazing opportunities that await!

1 » Who we’re looking for While our interns have typically been college or university students, post-graduates seeking skills for a new career or having a keen interest in OBF are welcome to apply. Our internships do not have specific major or degree requirements, but backgrounds and interests in music, artistic operations/ administration, donor relations, event management or marketing are a plus.     » What you’ll gainimg_4036 These internships provide opportunities for students to gain experience in their chosen field, determine if they have an interest in a particular career, create a network of contacts, and even gain school credit. Most importantly, interns have the opportunity to assist in the production of a full-scale, statewide, internationally recognized music festival, which includes meeting artists, managing events, and working with the press.  

» When you’ll be working DSC_0254[1]

Most of our positions begin at the end of April/start of May and last until mid-July. Part-time work (coordinated around school, work and finals schedules) will begin in April/May and last through mid-June; full-time work will begin around June 10th and will continue until the end of the internship. Specific hours will vary; your supervisor will work with you to create your schedule. However, applicants MUST be available 7 days/week during Festival dates (June 23rd – July 13th, 2014).

    » What’s available31-480x4802 There are 5 openings for 2 roles, as follows:
  • Donor Relations                              (2 positions)
To see complete position descriptions, click on each internship title above to download a PDF. For a printer-friendly version of this page and for all of the positions in brief, download our Internships At-A-Glance document. For a complete file of all the internship positions and an overview of our program, download our Internship Packet 2014.   » How to applymer Send a résumé and cover letter detailing your qualifications and interest in the position(s) addressed to Lauren Pinchin, Event & Contract Coordinator, at obfinterns@gmail.com. Please merge your résumé and cover letter into one PDF file and email it as a single attachment, and include the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email. If you are applying for multiple positions, please send separate emails with a tailored cover letter and résumé for each position, and include the ranking order of your choices; otherwise, we will assume you are interested in each position equally.   » Deadline DSC_02392 Applications are due according to the following schedule: For Donor Relations
  • By midnight, on Monday, March 31st, 2014
  • Interviews will take place the weeks of April 7th and 14th.
For Festival Operations
  • By midnight on Monday, April 21st, 2014
  • Interviews will take place the week of April 28th.

» Contact UsS

Questions or comments? Get in touch! Lauren Pinchin, Event & Contract Coordinator E: lpinchin@uoregon.edu T: 541.346.1316    

 We look forward to your application!

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» Previous Interns

Check out who made the cut in earlier seasons!  Click on any of the links below for information on and pictures of our talented crop of students who made up the OBF Interns from the last two years.   » Real-Life Internship Experiences Many of our previous interns have blogged, written and posted about their time at OBF. Find out what they have to say!      Read All