Applications open – The Kennedy Center Internship Program

Exciting news! The Kennedy Center is now accepting applications for the Summer 2023 Internship Program! Applicants must be a rising sophomore, junior, or senior enrolled in an accredited undergraduate degree program. Newly graduated seniors, up to 6 months post undergraduate, who are not actively enrolled in a graduate/master’s program are also eligible to apply!

About the Program

Through the program curriculum interns will:

  • Participate in seminars with senior staff members on a variety of arts administration topics
  • Attend cross-departmental meetings to understand the workings of a matrix organization
  • Shadow staff members in any of our 13 departments
  • Enjoy behind-the-scenes dress rehearsals with the Washington National Opera, National Symphony Orchestra, and much more!

This internship is paid Washington D.C.’s minimum wage.

Key Dates

  • The Summer Application opens March 13th, 2023, and closes April 3rd.
  • Term Length: June 5th – August 18th, 2023

Learn More & Apply here

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By Kelly McSergi
Kelly McSergi Assistant Director of Employer Relations