CPAF offers internships in any or all of the following roles:
As an international performing arts festival, MasterWorks currently has over 1,000 faculty and alumni from all over the world. The goal of the Alumni Relations intern is to keep the MasterWorks community updated and connected. Tasks include, but are not limited to: updating the current contact information of alumni and faculty, database management, overseeing various alumni and faculty mailings, and creating new ways to accomplish these goals. Prospective interns need to be organized, detail-oriented, creative, and great communicators.
An important aspect of the CPAF ministry is relating to the Winona Lake community. The tasks of this intern include administering the Second Sunday Concert Series and volunteer program. Community Relations interns must work well with people of all ages, plan and execute events, be detail-oriented, and creative in finding ways to involve and show appreciation to the people who support this ministry.
Under the direction of the Development Administrator, the Development/Fundraising internís tasks include, but are not limited to: researching foundations, writing grants, contacting and receipting donors, writing thank-you notes, planning fundraising events, compiling data and creating financial publications, as well as identifying corporate sponsors.
This intern works with the Communications Director to design, layout, and proof all printed material. Tasks include creating the MasterWorks Festival application brochure, posters, advertisements, concert programs, and an annual report. A qualified intern should be highly creative and artistic, computer literate, and able to meet deadlines. Please submit a portfolio of your work with your application.
CPAF produces various publications: monthly newsletters, numerous brochures, magazine articles, and the MasterWorks blog. The main responsibilities of this intern are to brainstorm the content with the Communications Director and produce written material to supply the Graphic Design intern for publication. This intern is also responsible for editing and proofing the written material. Qualifications include: strong, clear writing style, creativity, ability to meet deadlines, and the ability to conduct interviews by phone, email, and in person. Please submit writing samples with your application.
The Marketing/Publicity intern works closely with the MasterWorks Administrator to recruit new MasterWorks students and to publicize the Festival and CPAF. This intern needs to be a creative thinker and able to effectively communicate the vision and objectives of CPAF and MasterWorks by phone, written word, and in person. Other tasks include writing to magazines, attending conferences, and finding creative ways to advertise through printed publications and the internet.
A major initiative of CPAF is the MasterWorks Ministries. This intern assists the MasterWorks Ministries Coordinator in communicating with students and faculty members who help to facilitate Bible study and prayer groups, evangelical recitals, receptions, and/or many other fellowship outreach vehicles for sharing Christ's love around the globe. This job includes sending monthly emails, assisting in writing and editing of Bible studies for the MasterWorks Festival, corresponding with and encouraging movement leaders, and making presentations at colleges and universities.
The Research/Tech intern has diverse duties. This intern works closely with the Executive Director to research the needs and demographics of the many-faceted classical performing arts community around the world. In addition, this intern will work with the Production Director to edit production videos and maintain our video archives. Applicants for this position should have good administrative skills, be creative, and enjoy research. Experience with video editing is helpful, but can be acquired on the job.