Spring Intern - Public Policy & Government Relations
Universal Music GroupNew York, NY
Full Time Unpaid Internship
Spring Internship- Public Policy & Government Relations (Washington DC)
Universal Music Group is the world leader in music-based entertainment, with a broad array of businesses engaged in recorded music, music publishing, merchandising and audiovisual content in more than 60 countries. Featuring the most comprehensive catalog of recordings and songs across every musical genre, UMG identifies and develops artists and produces and distributes the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful music in the world. Committed to artistry, innovation and entrepreneurship, UMG fosters the development of services, platforms and business models in order to broaden artistic and commercial opportunities for our artists and create new experiences for fans.
The UMG Internship Program is designed to provide hands-on experience and exposure to a career in the music entertainment industry. We are currently looking for an Intern for the Spring semester to join us at our Washington D.C office.
Daily responsibilities would be highly varied but range from administrative tasks to drafting policy and position papers. Projects could include:
• Attend Congressional hearings and briefings
• Research projects
• Event Planning
• Briefing book preparation
• Must be a student currently enrolled at an accredited college or university
• Public Policy, Political Science or Music Business majors preferred. Interest in politics or policy a must.
• Exceptional computer, written and verbal communication skills
• Should have at least sophomore year standing
• Must be able to legally work in the United States
Out of State Applicants:
Housing/relocation will NOT be provided by UMG for students applying to internship positions outside of their state of residence.
This internship opportunity is located in Washington DC.
Universal Music Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
This job description only provides an overview of job responsibilities that are subject to change.