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Artist Programming and Community Outreach Intern

Job Description:   
The Programs and Community outreach intern will work closely with the Programming and Community Outreach team here at the Long Center, learning the event process from concept through event settlement.  They will assist with simple administrative tasks, helping with the team’s checks and balance system to ensure that all aspects of programming are cross-checked and perfect before execution.   
The Long Center is Austin’s front row, and this intern will help with brainstorming new and unique ways to grab people’s attention and invite them in.  This intern will join in on weekly Program and Marketing meetings helping sort out upcoming event expectations including ticketing. Taking notes and creating design documentation related to event execution and layouts as well. This intern will be tasked with additional event research and will learn more about our proprietary systems. This intern will help day-of with various events at the Long Center’s many presenting spaces. This will culminate with the intern presenting dynamic information regarding the connections between programming, marketing, and ticketing.   
This internship offers new ways to connect with the Austin community and more! They will also assist during events by helping escort VIPs, communicating with talent, and serving as a liaison between departments day of.   
Why Intern with the Long Center?   
Interning with the Long Center provides an opportunity to peek behind the curtains at Austin’s front row. Learn about employment from back of house to front of house and beyond while supporting Austin’s premier nonprofit Performing Arts Center.   
Perks of interning with the Long Center include:   
  • One-on-one mentorship with a professional in your field of interest   
  • Hands-on experience working with a small and talented team    
  • Contributing to a mission that is leading the way in ensuring we can continue to gather safely, advancing arts in our community, and showcasing local talent   
  • Professional development opportunities including networking and resume workshops   
  • Access to world class shows—working behind the scenes, trying your hand at a front of house role, or enjoying VIP access to our member lounge    
The Long Center is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and we strive for a team that reflects Austin’s diverse culture. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, sex or age.   
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