The Academy of Country Music welcomed students from numerous Nashville colleges and universities to an open house at the Academy’s new Music City headquarters on Wednesday (Oct. 12).
The students gathered to learn more about the ACM’s spring 2023 internship program. Interested candidates mingled and networked with Academy leadership and staff and learned about the organization, its philanthropic arm ACM Lifting Lives, and the popular internship program.
The Academy is currently seeking bright, hard-working students for spring 2023 internships running January through May 2023, marking the organization’s first in-person offering in Nashville after decades in California. Candidates should love country music and want to see and learn the music entertainment business up-close.
This year’s interns will work towards the planning and execution of the 58th Academy of Country Music Awards, set to return to Prime Video on Thursday, May 11, 2023 from Ford Center at The Star, the world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys, in Frisco, Texas.
Selected candidates will work closely with Academy staff from the Nashville headquarters across Event Management; Strategic Partnerships; Marketing; Publicity & PR; Creative and Content Production; Design; ACM Lifting Lives; and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Interns may receive credit for their participation and will be paid for the internship.
All students are encouraged to apply by sending a resume and cover letter as an attachment to [email protected] by Monday, Oct. 24, 2022.
For more information, interested students should visit acmcountry.com/employment.
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