INTERNSHIPS AND JOBS

Music Teacher Intern
Department: Education
Reports to: Directors

ChamberWorks! offers an assistant teaching internship position. Under the direction of the ChamberWorks! faculty the intern should: teach courses such as Music History, Music Theory, Ear-Training, Conducting and/or Composition. Interns may be required to create and submit a curriculum for their classes which may be taught under the guidance of ChamberWorks! faculty. Additionally, interns may be assigned to coach or play in a string ensemble or direct an orchestra. ChamberWorks! will require that teaching interns follow the ChamberWorks! teaching philosophy. Other duties include, but are not limited to: Preparing course materials (e.g. syllabi, readings, visual aids, forms, packets, etc.). During non-teaching time, interns may be required to undertake administrative duties such as: Administrative office duties such mailing, faxing, filing, etc. Assist in grant writing and program development as needed. Assist in prospect research and cultivation. Assist with general Departmental projects as needed including phone duty. 



Qualifications: Candidates considering a career in fundraising and/or arts administration are encouraged to apply. Must be able to commit to twenty hours per week. Applicants must have strong writing skills, computer literacy in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel, and excellent communication and organization skills. A meal and transportation stipend is offered.


 


 

Development Intern
Department: Development
Reports to: Directors


ChamberWorks! seeks interns for summer 2015 to assist the development department with daily operations including drafting correspondence, prospect research, administrative tasks, and full involvement in and exposure to fundraising, with tasks specific to area of focus: Special Events, Individual Giving, Sponsorship. Activities include: Assist with data management. This includes web-based and telephone research to identify and update contact information; maintaining the prospect management system for focus area; and other miscellaneous tasks Assist with special event planning and implementation. Administrative office duties such mailing, faxing, filing, etc. Assist in grant writing and program development as needed. Assist in prospect research and cultivation. Assist with general Departmental projects as needed including phone duty.

 

Qualifications: Candidates considering a career in fundraising and/or arts administration are encouraged to apply. Must be able to commit to twenty hours per week. Applicants must have strong writing skills, computer literacy in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel, and excellent communication and organization skills. A meal and transportation stipend is offered.

How to Apply



 

 

Online: 
admissions@chamberworks.info
Phone: 
214-668-9791
Mail:​​
 
ChamberWorks 
Internships and Jobs
801 W. Avenue B. 
Garland, TX 75088