Jobs & Internships

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Join Our Dynamic Team

We appreciate your interest in the festival as a potential employer. The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is committed to building an inclusive work environment that is as stimulating, inspiring, and diverse as the many artists and programs we present. 

There are currently no applications available. Please check back in the future for opportunities.

Festival Internships

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival seeks motivated, enthusiastic candidates for a variety of internships. These range from in-season (May – June) operations, development, programing, and digital media positions to year-round administrative opportunities. All internships are unpaid opportunities that allow candidates to get practical, hands-on knowledge in arts and entertainment and the production world. Hours are flexible and adaptable.

Internships are shaped to work with the mutual benefits of matching the festival’s needs with the candidate’s areas of interest. Select candidates can apply internship work towards select accredited college programs (as available). A successful candidate will be responsible for numerous production and administrative activities and participate in the dynamic environment of festival production. Candidates should have an interest in event production, the arts, and nonprofit organizations. Candidates must have exceptional communication skills and be able to work independently as well as with a team. Positive, productive and self-motivated individuals will fit successfully within our team.

Please submit cover letter with resume, weekly hours available, ideal areas of focus, and internship duration sought to Mike Michelon at michelon@a2sf.org. Candidates are asked not to request submission status updates. Resumes are kept on file for future consideration. If your qualifications match current openings, you will be contacted directly. Thank you.

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate against employees or applicants on the basis of any characteristic protected by law, such as race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, height, weight, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or disability as defined by law.