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.
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival seeks a seasonal stage manager to oversee all activities on the Acoustic Stage at Top of the Park. This includes the advance and execution of 50+ musical performances, and various sponsor call-outs, community recognitions, annd reports to the Festival Operations Manager. Please click on the job description below for more information and to apply today. Position updated as of 4/6/2015.
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is seeking a seasonal Top of the Park Volunteer Coordinator to help recruit, train and supervise the involvement of 200+ event volunteers whom act as ambassadors and the “front-door” to the festival and ensure a positive patron experience. This position works closely with the Top of the Park Front of House Coordinator and a Community Engagement Intern and reports to the Festival Operations Manager. Please click on the job description below for more information and to apply today. Position updated as of 3/23/2015.
The Ann Arbor Summer Festival internship program offers meaningful, on-the-job experience for college students and recent graduates who are interested in pursuing careers in arts management and live event production. Festival internships offer a wide range of hands-on experiences and networking opportunities for aspiring arts professionals.
These range from in-season (February – June) operations, development, programing, marketing, 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. We appreciate your interest, but currently there are no festival internships available.
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.