Summer Employment & Internship Opportunities

Lakeside Chautauqua is currently seeking applicants for the 2015 Chautauqua summer season. Earn income while having fun in the sun, developing new friendships and discovering your potential this summer.

Seasonal employment opportunities are available in Event Planning, Hospitality, Maintenance/Service, Programming, Recreation and the Arts. Visit the seasonal employment page to view available positions and job descriptions.

The Lakeside Leadership Academy is also accepting applicants for the 2015 internship program.

Lakeside Chautauqua offers a competitive internship compensation, which includes a seasonal stipend, housing, Season Chautauqua Pass and Parking Pass, as well as career networking opportunities.

Internship opportunities are available in Accounting/IT, Advancement & Communications, Arts/Entertainment Management, Conference & Event Planning, Educational Programming, Graphic Design/Photography, Hospitality Management, Journalism/Newspaper Editor, Marketing/Digital Communications and Youth Education/Music.

The ideal candidate is enrolled in a college/university with having completed at least one year of an undergraduate degree. Graduate students and recent college graduates are also accepted.

Help spread the word to college students and recent graduates who would benefit from this hands-on learning experience. Visit the Lakeside Leadership Academy page to view available positions, job descriptions, pictures and more.

 

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