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Internship Opportunities

 The Arts & Business Council is always looking for outstanding business interns throughout the year. We strive to create mutually beneficial partnerships with outstanding undergraduates, recent graduates, and students of masters programs. Our current opportunities are listed below.

VLA Legal Internship
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts of Massachusetts (VLA) provides a wonderful opportunity for law students to learn about the many different areas of law and how the law relates to the unique issues raised in the arts and by artists. The internship is designed to expose students to a wide range of issues specific to arts law and non-profit organizations, such as copyright, trademark, licensing and non profit incorporation, to name a few.

The legal intern will counsel artists/clients by telephone, help discern their legal needs and working with the VLA staff and other interns address their legal needs. Interns will also have the opportunity to attend VLA sponsored workshops and seminars that provide training and education in legal aspects of the arts.

The Art Law Internship is open to first, second and third year law students for the fall, spring and summer. The internship is a volunteer position.

To Apply
The resume submission periods for our legal internship positions are as follows:

  • Spring: the final two weeks in October
  • Summer: the final two weeks in February
  • Fall: the final two weeks in June

Please be sure to include the term you are applying for and the days you are available to intern with us during that term. If you have other deadlines, such as deadlines to acquire funding or receive course credit with your school, please let us know.

Please submit your resume and letter of interest to:
Megan Low
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
15 Channel Center Street, Suite 103
Boston, MA 02210
megan@artsandbusinesscouncil.org


Arts Administration Internship
The A&BC provides a wonderful opportunity for college graduates and masters’ students interested in obtaining experience in nonprofit arts administration. The qualified candidate will learn to research and write grants, create and organize educational curriculum, and learn important marketing and promotion skills necessary to run a successful nonprofit.

The intern will work with our team to create seminars and learning opportunities, manage membership programs, promote educational and networking programs, and assist with events.

The Arts Administration Internship is open to college graduates and masters students all year round. The internship is a volunteer position.

To Apply
Please submit your resume and letter of interest to:
Emily Abramovich
Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston
emily@artsandbusinesscouncil.org