Ganbarg Internship Program

The Ganbarg Internship Program is an endowed fund established by Pete Ganbarg ‘88 that provides grant funding to encourage and enable Wesleyan students to explore and begin their careers in the world of music. It is Pete’s hope that this annual grant opportunity will help launch the next generation of music leaders, helping to maintain and push the boundaries of exciting and innovative music, from both the creative and business perspectives.

Applicants may be hired by a for-profit or nonprofit organization that focuses its business or mission on music, e.g., a record label company, recording studio, music talent management agency, concert promoter, community service/educational program, school or camp program, healthcare program or research project focused on music, or similar initiative.

Applicants must demonstrate a passion for music and be committed to maintaining an active engagement with the world of music after graduation, whether in the music industry, the nonprofit sector, or through a personal activity or journey, such as musicianship, band management, volunteer work, education or a creative outlet.

Award
Varies ($4,000 to $5,000 per grant)
Deadline
03/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload a PDF of your unofficial transcript.