School of Music Internships
Music Internships for Residential Students
Completing an internship has never been more important for music students. Internships prepare students for their chosen discipline by providing hands-on opportunities in real-world scenarios. School of Music residential internships are designed to provide students with the chance to further develop their interests and talents and to implement musical and leadership skill sets while serving under the mentorship of a qualified supervisor.
Most residential School of Music degree programs require students to complete an internship prior to graduation. Under the guidance of the Director of Practica, students will find and secure an internship that best suits their skill set and prepares them for their chosen career path.
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Internship Site Information
The internship is the capstone course for many students within the School of Music. The internship is approximately 300-400 hours of supervised experience within an approved ministry or organization. Students shadow a mentor as he or she fulfills the daily functions of career and/or ministry. Students are given leadership and development oversight while learning the practicalities of working in his or her field of study.
Interested in Hosting a School of Music Intern?
Are you or your ministry/organization looking to host a School of Music intern? Each year, a large number of students are actively looking for churches, music businesses, and organizations where they can complete their internship. Securing an internship is a process that begins in the Fall semester and continues until the internship begins the following summer.
Review the internship process and host requirements below to learn more.