Explore Stanford’s arts-related career resources, programs, opportunities, internships and more.
From lunchtime Q&As with arts professionals to a yearlong opportunity to explore the music industry, Stanford is building a wide variety of professional development opportunities for students who want to pursue careers in the arts.
Lynda.com is an online training library with almost 3000 courses spanning topics in areas such as business, web design, video design/development/editing, software and programming, and 3D + Animation. Free to Stanford Students.
Stanford Arts’ Summer Internship Program provides invaluable experience to Stanford students interested in pursuing careers as arts professionals in various aspects of administration, production, and management.
This partnership between Stanford and Warner Music Group (WMG) offers a select group of students the opportunity to study the chaning music industry in depth through three required components: a Spring Course, a Summer "in-house" Assignment with WMG, and a Capstone Project.
Stanford's Summer Institute for General Management (SIGM) is a four-week residential program for exceptional college students who major in non-business fields. Taught by Stanford MBA faculty, SIGM participants learn business and management fundamentals, develop resume writing, interviewing, and public speaking skills, engage with business and non-profit leaders, and connect with talented peers from around the world.
The Bing Stanford in Washington Program gives Stanford undergraduates an opportunity to study and intern in the nation’s capital. Students are individually placed in internships in governmental, non-governmental, and cultural organizations.
An opportunity for Stanford students to hone their intellectual skills and capacities, develop their abilities as adaptive learners, and enlarge their creative confidence through a quarter of study, reflective practice, and experiential learning in New York. Internships available in fields from arts to urban planning to finance.