Marketing Internship

Marketing Internship at CPR – Center for Performance Research


This internship provides pre-professional artists and art administrators from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to gain experience across nonprofit arts marketing and programming. The Marketing Intern will be supervised by CPR’s Director and Operations Associate. The intern will be provided with extensive training, support, and supervision from CPR staff, becoming equipped at marketing tasks involved in operating a nonprofit arts organization including  e-blasts, social media, special projects, and its website upon finishing their internship.

*CPR is not currently accepting applications. Contact CPR’s Director, Charlotte Farrell for internship availability.


The intern will become comfortable marketing for performances and events at CPR in ways that are thorough, thoughtful, and on schedule. They will maintain regular communication with artists, press and other venues to coordinate promotion, including online marketing and creating printed programs. The intern will gain familiarity with CPR’s rental contract, performances, artist opportunities, and general operations in order to give prompt and friendly customer service to walk-in visitors and over the phone. Occasional running of errands will be required.

Ideal Candidate

For this role, CPR seeks a focused individual with a sharp sense of visual design trends and a passionate investment in pursuing a marketing career in the nonprofit arts sector. The successful candidate will be efficient, proactive, and thorough, with a developed sense of language, grammar, writing, and interpersonal skills. The intern must be a current or recent student in a degree-granting program or high school.


Part-time, 10 hours per week

Duration: 6 months

Compensation: Monthly unlimited Metrocard, free performances, complimentary rehearsal space contingent upon availability.

To Apply

Please forward a cover letter and CV to CPR’s Director, Charlotte Farrell: No phone calls or walk-ins, please. 

CPR is dedicated to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. CPR does not discriminate because of age, sex, religion, race, color, creed, national origin, alienage or citizenship, disability, marital status, partnership status, veteran status, gender (including gender identity), sexual orientation, or any other factor prohibited by law. CPR hires and promotes individuals solely on the basis of their qualifications for the job to be filled. CPR encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

CPR – Center for Performance Research is an artist-driven rehearsal and performance space located in Brooklyn, New York. CPR is committed to providing affordable space and innovative programming to support the development of contemporary performance.