Submit an Internship Posting
Employers: Create a profile to post and share your internship opportunities with the Berklee community via the Berklee Career Manager.
Guidelines for Employers Seeking Interns
Berklee defines an internship as a semester-long, supervised experience in which a student is engaged in meaningful, relevant, and productive work. This work experience must take place for a minimum number of hours (either 70 or 140, based on the student's academic course) spread over a period of at least 10 weeks.
To participate in the Berklee Career Manager, you and your organization must comply with all equal employment opportunity (EEO) standards. All job/internship postings must contain accurate information about the internship position(s) offered, as well as the organization offering employment.
Per the U.S. Department of Labor and the Fair Labor Standars Act (FLSA), Berklee College of Music internship employers must provide a wage and/or require their Berklee intern to enroll in academic credit for their work. For more information, please read NACE's position papers on compensation and unpaid internships.
As a private institution of higher education and to protect the members of our community, Berklee College of Music maintains a strict nonsolicitation and advertising policy covering its entire campus. As such, Berklee will not accept internship postings that require students to solicit and/or recruit from within our community. Any vendor who wishes to sell products or services on campus should contact the college's Procurement Services Office.
We will not post any job or internship position that requires a financial investment on the part of our students/alumni as part of the application process or for securing employment. Additionally, any interaction with Berklee students/alumni must be in compliance with the NACE Principles for Professional Conduct.
We will not accept any postings from third-party vendors unless the vendor is recruiting for its own organization. We do not accept positions from organizations that place applicants in volunteer or paid positions with other organizations.
Information you enter here will be for the sole use of recruiting for open positions at your organization and will not be shared outside your organization or used for any other reason. Berklee reserves the right to edit, delete, or refuse any employer profile, job posting, or login account at any time.
Berklee reserves the right to advertise your positions on social media.
Berklee College of Music is committed to providing students with meaningful, relevant career experiences at high quality, professional organizations. With this in mind, Berklee College of Music reserves the right to carefully screen and select postings to ensure these goals are met. Berklee College of Music reserves the right to deny requests for a job posting, edit an existing job posting, and/or remove a job posting with or without notice if it is deemed to be unprofessional, objectionable, or if it conflicts in any way with the best interests of our students.