Experience the Arts with a Fall Internship at Wolf Trap!

Wolf Trap’s Internship Program provides project-based training and experience to approximately 40 interns annually. As a Wolf Trap intern you become an integral member of a team, working with staff and other interns on meaningful projects. You’ll interact with Wolf Trap board members, patrons, and business leaders who can add to your experiences.

Wolf Trap Fall Internships are offered in the following areas:
Communications and Marketing
Education
Donor Relations
Special Events

Fall Internships are paid, part time (approximately 20 hours per week), and 12 weeks in length. Housing is the responsibility of the student, although guidance in this matter is available. Interns are required to have a reliable mode of transportation, as the Wolf Trap Foundation is not accessible by public transit.

Application deadline for Fall 2012 Internships is July 1st.  Apply now!

Learn more about Wolf Trap Internships 

Know a great student who should apply? Forward this email!

For more information, email internships@wolftrap.org or call (703) 937-6304.

Job and Internship Posting Disclaimer:
The internship and job postings included in the SOM BUZZ are just a small sample of selected positions on Hire Mason.  Sign in to your account for a more comprehensive list or get registered today at https://gmu-csm.symplicity.com/students/

Although University Career Services and the School of Management Career Services review advertised positions, we do not fully research every position.  It is your responsibility to determine if a position is appropriate for you.

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About Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley works for the School of Management in the Office of Academic and Career Services. She has been with George Mason University for 15 years.

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