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Common Questions: Where Can I Intern?

The Office of Experiential Learning answers some FAQs from students who visit their office

Q: Where can I intern?

We often have to ask for a bit of clarification when a prospective intern asks this question. Often, they are either asking about the geographic placement or the industry field in which they will intern.

To begin with, Berklee interns can intern, geographically, anywhere. We have three summer-specific programs, The Summer Internship Programs in New York, LA and London that are specific to those areas and include an internship, workshops with local industry leaders and furnished housing with other Berklee interns.

However, we also have a major-specific internship that earns two general electives in your major and an Internship Certificate Program that does not count towards graduation but lets you get your foot in the door of an internship without taking on too many extra academic assignments. Both of these programs are offered year-round and can be fulfilled in any city, anywhere. Just keep in mind that you are on your own for housing, transportation and other logistics.

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CMJ Showcase: Nini & Ben

Berklee and Heavy Rotation Records band Nini & Ben (Christina Fabi and Benjamin Gebert) play “Shine” at the Bowery Poetry Club, with bassist Derek McWilliams, drummer Jake Cohen, guitarist Johnny Duke, and pedal steel guitarist Tommy Bohlen:

After their set, the duo shared their thoughts on the showcase:

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Video: Liz Longley at the Kennedy Center

05212009_1800_msnCheck out Liz’s Kennedy Center performance, now up in the Kennedy Center archives!

Voice of America Pics

Before their Kennedy Center gig last Thursday, Liz and Johnny recorded an interview for VOA Music Mix, which will be heard in dozens of countries and languages.  Here are some pics from the studio:

Liz and Johnny at the Voice of America.

Liz and Johnny at the Voice of America.

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Kennedy Center wrap up…

Hey y’all!

(Yes… I’m from PA but I’m currently in Texas so the y’all thing is working at the moment!)  🙂

The Berklee trip to DC was a total success!!  What an honor to be a part of the Conservatory Project at the Kennedy Center.  I am so grateful for the Berklee faculty for putting such a great trip together.

On Thursday afternoon, Johnny, Rob Hayes and I went to the Voice of America.  It was soooo cool.  Doug Levine hosts his own radio show and invited us in for an interview.  Johnny and I really enjoyed talking with him.  That was our first time ON AIR together. 🙂  The interview is going to be translated into several different languages and broadcasted across the world.  How exciting is that?!  

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