Internships

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!

So, you want to be an intern for Bass/Schuler? That is terrific and we’d love to have you. Hopefully some of this information will help you in deciding to apply. Please feel free to contact us if you need any more information in regards to interning here. Hope to hear from you soon!

Internship FAQ’s:

How long do the internships last?

Internship periods are as follows:

Fall Internships
End of August – End of December

Spring Internships
Beginning of January – Mid to End of May

Summer Internships
Mid to End of May – Mid to End of August

We are flexible and can work with your schedule. Start and end dates vary.

Are the internships full-time or part-time?

Currently, we look for two full-time (M-F, 9-5) interns for each term.

When should I apply?

We usually start to interview/hire interns approximately 3 months prior to the beginning of an internship period. But if you don’t apply at these times, don’t worry, we won’t throw your resume out and we will contact you when we’re conducting interviews.

Do you have any permanent job openings?

At this time we are not hiring any permanent help. Interns that have worked here in the past have obtained permanent positions, but currently we don’t have room for anyone else!

Is the internship paid?

YES! We do pay you. The current going rate is $7.25 per hour.

What will I be doing as an intern?

Responsibilities include (but not limited to):

  • Maintaining artist and client relations
  • Assisting agents and staff with various marketing strategies
  • Support agents during various conferences including NACA, SPRA, APCA, AFA, and more
  • Assemble and distribute promotional materials
  • Assist with administrative duties
  • Assist with acquiring new talent

Depending on your interests, we will try to accommodate at least one project pertaining to that interest, whether it is focusing on agenting, marketing, administrative, or a little bit of everything.

What do I need to send in to apply?

We are currently taking resumes with cover letters. You can e-mail it to info@bass-schuler.com or fax it to 773-481-2601.

(if you send your resume and do not hear back from us, we apologize, but there isn’t time to respond to all inquiries. Please feel free to send a follow-up e-mail!)

What are my chances of becoming a Bass/Schuler Intern?

We will consider anyone who applies for an internship. We will first consider people who have the following qualifications:

  • Currently attending a college or university
  • Seeking an internship for college credit

If you fit into these categories, then you have a better chance at getting an internship. We get the most applications for summer internships and the least for spring internships. If you want to increase your chances, apply in the spring and fall.

What some past interns have said about interning at Bass/Schuler:

“Get ready for an entertaining, rewarding and crazy (in a good way), internship. I cannot say enough about how much I learned and how much I have enjoyed my time at Bass Schuler.”

“I enjoyed coming to work everyday. There was never a dull moment and I couldn’t have asked for a better internship experience if I tried!”
-Emily Sadler, Summer 2009

“Crazy fun, crazy moments….BSE is the place to be! Thank you Scott, Chris, Rachel, Anna and Kristina.”
-Mandy Jeon, Summer 2009

“BSE is great! I learned a lot about [your] business and about business in general. Great people, great business experience, and great that there is a Dunkin Donuts right across the street.”
– Kathleen Neuman, Summer ’06

“Bass/Schuler Entertainment is a great place to develop new skills and begin your career in the entertainment industry.”
– Meredith Carreira, Spring ’04

“The time I spent at Bass/Schuler taught me so much about what goes on at a busy agency. I feel like I really got to know the agents, artists, and our customers. I also learned what takes place from the first phone call to the actual performance. I now have a greater appreciation of what a tough job the artists and agents really have.” – Jennifer Hall, Summer ’02