Los Angeles Summer Internship Program
Are you planning to do an internship in Los Angeles this summer?
Apply to this new program to be selected to live on Emerson College's visually stunning L.A. campus. You'll also get to attend workshops, take guided tours of the entertainment industry, and meet Berklee alumni.
Take Your Internship to the Next Level
The Berklee Summer L.A. Internship Program roots you in the cultural heart of the city's booming entertainment industry. In addition to living in Emerson College's eye-catching L.A. housing complex, the program complements your internship experience by granting you exclusive access to dynamic workshops and networking opportunities.
All students applying to this program should refer to the following requirements for eligibility:
- Fifth semester standing or completion of 50 Berklee credits at the time of participation
- 3.0 GPA or above
- Good judicial and financial standing at Berklee with no unresolved issues at the start date of the Summer 2017 semester
- Completion of Summer 2017 internship eligibility steps
Special Eligibility Considerations
- February 7, 2017: Applications available
- April 7, 2017: Applications due
- May 22, 2017: Housing move-in date
- May 26, 2017: Internships must be secured
- August 11, 2017: Housing move-out date
Berklee has partnered with Emerson College to offer Berklee students housing in the center of Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard and Gordon Street. Amenities include a communal outdoor terrace complete with fire pit and gas grills, penthouse kitchen space with televisions, yoga/meditation and fitness center, laundry room, underground parking, and clear views of the Hollywood sign and downtown Los Angeles.
The cost of the housing is $5,665.56 for 12 weeks. This does not include parking, transportation, or food.
- All college policies, fees, and due dates apply to tuition and fees for the Los Angeles Summer Internship Program.
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You will need to secure an internship in Los Angeles, and register for an internship course. Refer to the internship step-by-step guide.
- The Career Center makes resources available for students to search for internships. There are online directories in addition to the Berklee Career Manager.
Wachter Intern-Fellowship Program
Established in October 2016 by former Berklee parents Paul and Liza Wachter, the Wachter Intern-Fellowship Program will support experiential learning opportunities in the L.A.-area music and entertainment industry by sponsoring five highly gifted Berklee students while they intern in Los Angeles during the fall, spring, or summer semesters. The Wachter Intern-Fellowship Program requires a separate application; details and a link to the application are available here.