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Bloomberg Arts Internship

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Bloomberg Arts Internship | Baltimore

In 2012, Bloomberg Philanthropies created the Bloomberg Arts Internship program in New York City as a pipeline for public school students to college and careers. It is a rigorous program with three major elements: a six-week paid placement and project working day-to-day in an arts organization; visits to arts and cultural organizations; and professional development. This program’s success led the foundation to expand its reach, first to students in Philadelphia, and now in Baltimore City. Young Audiences is thrilled to be able to offer this opportunity to Baltimore City School students as well as Baltimore’s arts and cultural institutions.


About the Internship

The Bloomberg Arts Internship offers paid summer internships to 35 rising seniors from Baltimore City Public High Schools. The program is designed to challenge and inspire students and build strong career skills while providing:

  • meaningful work experience and special projects in arts administration
    through a placement at an arts/cultural institution
  • behind-the-scenes tours and presentations at arts organizations
  • the chance to see/hear/talk about works of art in various arts disciplines, including visual art, music, theatre, dance, design, film/video, technology
  • guidance and support with college applications

Applications are closed for 2018. Be sure to check back in January 2019 for the next opportunity to apply.


2017 Arts & Cultural Worksite Partners

Arts and Cultural organizations play a critical role in the Bloomberg Arts Internship. Thank you to last year’s Arts and Cultural worksite partners:

Baltimore Center Stage
Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) – UMBC
Dance & BMore
Everyman Theatre
Hippodrome Foundation, Inc.
Maryland Film Festival
Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)
Maryland Public Television
Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University
Port Discovery Children’s Museum
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History & Culture
Sheridan Libraries and University Museums, Johns Hopkins University


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