Current Employment Opportunities

Education Intern


  • Create, implement, market and evaluate education programs both in the schools and in the community
  • Help staff events including the JSO music education concert, family concerts, etc.
  • Assist in creating educational materials for concerts and programs based on Music Education Standards and Benchmarks
  • Organize and schedule events
  • Help with the day-to-day administration of education programs
  • Research trends in orchestral education and engagement

Qualifications Necessary

  • Must be a high school graduate
  • Must be organized, deadline-oriented, and have strong interpersonal skills
  • A background knowledge of classical music is preferred, but not required
  • A passion about music education (or the arts in general) is required

Time Commitment​

  • September through November 2018
  • At least 10 hours per week – will work 1-3 days per week at the Jackson Symphony office (open 10 AM-6 PM Monday-Thursday), with additional remote hours, as needed (schedules are flexible and customizable)

Intern Will Receive​

  • Reviews of progress during the internship
  • Assistance developing a resume that reflects work completed
  • Letter of recommendation (upon successful completion of internship)
  • Honorarium and travel stipend

How to Apply​

Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please submit a letter of interest and your resume to matthewa@jacksonsymphony.org.