real life experience

access to local music & arts

earn college credit

contribute your ideas

develop your leadership



MEDIA RELATIONS  (Full Description)

Media Relations interns play a pivotal role in influencing how our audiences, stakeholders and volunteers perceive the BAMS Fest brand. Our interns have the distinct opportunity to help shape our public image. This includes story pitches, creating press releases for all BAMS Fest, Inc. events as well as handling all media relations inquiries.

SOCIAL MEDIA (Full Description)

Social Media interns will be responsible for generating buzz our about events through the creation of eye-catching content for all of our social media, monthly newsletter, website site, media relations (including press releases and media inquiries), and blog reviews about local and national artists and their music. Interns serve as a brand ambassador for the organization at local music and arts events across the Greater Boston area.


(Full Description)

Stage & Event Production interns will be primarily responsible for assisting the Executive Director and the BAMS team with the logistical and event planning aspects of our educational program, "The PRELUDE" and summer event, "BAMS Festival".



We have built a democratic, casual work atmosphere that produces events and festivals at a professional level displaying the highest markers of quality and style. Working in this environment requires everyone to strike a careful balance between being self-motivated, being culturally sensitive and curious, and independently-minded, while enjoying being a team player with shared goals.

Our Internship Program is intensive but provides student interns with a hands-on experience. We show them how an arts and culture nonprofit/start-up is run, the daily tasks that go into managing an organization, and have them help out with brainstorming, event planning, task delegation, and administrative tasks, while taking their future interests into consideration and providing each student intern with guidance throughout the duration of their internship.



  • THIS IS A VERY SOCIAL AND INTER-PERSONALLY ACTIVE INTERNSHIP. Your contributions, ideas and critical thinking are heavily weighed and considered.

  • The above is intended to describe the general content for this Internship - it is not to be interpreted as a comprehensive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.

  • Majority of work will take place at our office – 1452 Dorchester Avenue, 4th Floor, Dorchester, MA 02112 (Accessible at the Fields Corners T-stop)

  • Intoxication will not be tolerated during this internship.


COMPENSATION: This internship is unpaid. College credit may be available.


TIME COMMITMENT: 8-15 hours per week (including days, nights and weekends. No holidays)


  • Must be currently enrolled in a college or university and able to receive school credit in exchange for this unique experience

  • A GPA of 3.0 or above

  • Proven interest in music, communications, public relations, writing, art, community engagement, production, live events, or music festival culture

  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills

  • Strong work ethic – must be able meet tight deadlines

  • Strong Excel and Google Docs skills

  • Flexible with scheduling

  • Quick moving and determined to shine

  • Proper time management and organizational skills

  • Bring your own laptop




January - May

Submit by December 15



Submit by

August 31

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