Deep Listening Institute
The student intern will work directly with the Deep Listening Institute staff under the supervision of Pauline Oliveros. The internship can be tailored to the student’s specific interests and could include: assembling a book of Pauline’s pieces, archiving recordings, managing the website, doing computer programming, writing grants, assisting with the Adaptive Use Musical Instruments Program for people with disabilities, developing a networking system for DLI-certified instructors, as well as gaining exposure to Pauline’s summer intensive Deep Listening Workshops. DLI’s office in Kingston, NY, has a performance and recording studio, which could provide a venue for the student’s work.
Student Qualifications: Media skills (word processing, computer programming, Photoshop, website management); strong writing skills; interest in deep listening philosophy.
Notes: 10-week internship. Exact start and end dates negotiable with employer.
If you are selected by Lawrence faculty for an interview, you may be asked to submit DLI’s internal application form. Please be prepared to provide this additional information upon request.