Students can gather a wealth of knowledge from books, lectures, and guest speakers, but nothing completes and complements that knowledge like a job. Entering the workforce and assuming responsibilities helps students to mature as they develop skills and acumen and apply what they’ve learned in class.

The University of New Haven considers internships to be a critical component of the educational process. We strive to successfully match an intern with the most appropriate work environment. It’s also a given that all three parties in the relationship — the University of New Haven, the student, and the internship location — need to devote significant time to make it work. This balancing act, when achieved, results in a quality internship that can lead to developing a strong future employee. Numerous ways exist to develop and participate in an internship. Working through the internship coordinator, we make every effort to ensure the internship experience is a meaningful one.

Music and Sound Recording Internships have included:

Engine Room Recordings Music Publishing
FUSE Music New Haven Symphony Orchestra
Gypsy Nation Music Park City Dreams
Heavy Hitter Inc. Quiet Man Entertainment
Horizon Music Group Red Bird Management
Jack FM Sling Slang Records
Jay-Z Tour Sony Entertainment Group
Jive/Zomba Label Group Studios, NYC
Jungle City Studios, NYC Tapeworks Inc.
KC 101 TECS Worldwide Inc.
Lasmouve Records Telefunken Elektroakustic
The Limit Time Warner
Missing Link Toad’s Place
MTV Universal Records

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Did you know?

76% of employers indicate their primary purpose for sponsoring interns is to recruit entry-level talent.

58.6% of 2011 interns were converted to full-time. In addition, 36% more companies offered internships in 2012 than in 2011.

83% of employers report higher retention rates for those new hires with internship experience versus those with none.