Production Intern

New York, United States


Interning at the Park in the Sky!

Friends of the High Line’s Internship Program is committed to finding New Yorkers with big dreams and cultivating them into future industry leaders. Through our immersive, intensive, and inclusive 14-week program, we offer interns the opportunity to apply their current industry skill-set in a real-world setting while mapping out their future through comprehensive workforce development services including: professional development, work readiness, network building, and career planning. But, wait! It doesn’t stop there. We continue to offer career support for 12 months following the program based around educational advancement, job search, and job placement within your respective industry. Interns will be a part of a robust community of emerging professionals who each contribute uniquely to Friends of the High Line. It is our goal to serve as an incubator for our next generation of leaders by leveraging our resources and influence as one of the top cultural destinations in the country.

What will you be doing?

With High Line Production still in its infancy, joining our team as an intern you will have the unique opportunity to take part in shaping the trajectory of this department. You will be involved in the production and coordination of the High Line’s exciting fall calendar by supporting events like the High Line Art Dinner, the Participatory Budgeting Kick-Off alongside the NYC Speaker’s Office, and our largest public program to date, The Mile Long Opera. You will also support a wide array of departmental tasks including, but not limited to: vendor research, inventory management, production document creation, coordination of event staffing plans, liaising with operations team to facilitate specific production needs, and assisting with onsite execution.

You will also be attending professional development workshops and networking events, have an opportunity to take paid certification courses, joining professional associations, creating your own long-term projects, and developing your employment portfolio. Special workforce development tasks and projects will arise as needed for your individual needs and growth.

You will be supported by the Learning and Development Manager and the Production Director.

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Who are you?

What are you good at?


All interns under FHL's internship program are offered a $14 hourly wage for the entire length of the program. During the course of the program, FHL invests in professional development opportunities for all interns (including: courses, certifications, etc.) creating a robust intern compensation package.

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