We generally hire interns on a rolling basis, according to schools’ unique schedules.  If you are a college student who is eligible to receive school credit for an unpaid internship and are interested in learning the ins and outs of a professional, multi-room recording facility, please read the information below:  

About Our Student Internship Program:

Due to California labor laws, our internship program requires that all interns receive college credit for their time here.  Unfortunately, if you are not a student, we cannot consider your application for an unpaid internship.  We do not offer paid internships at this time.

We must be in contact with your advisor to verify enrollment in a credit-based program.  Your advisor will need to send us any appropriate paperwork and let us know how you are to be graded so that we can ensure that all requirements are being met.  We will fill out any required evaluations and will check in with you periodically throughout the course of your internship.

Minimum requirements:

  • You are 21 years of age or older (an exception mightbe made for the right person)
  • You have a car
  • You have a cell phone
  • You are physically capable of moving 40 lb. equipment
  • You are available 2-3 days per week, which includes nights and weekends
  • As stated above, you must be able to receive course credit in exchange for your work
  • You possess a basic understanding of and passion for the recording arts & sciences!

Intern Responsibilities and Expectations:

  • Opening and closing the studios
  • Setting up and tearing down sessions
  • Errands such as meals, studio supplies, equipment, etc.
  • Keeping the studios clean and tidy
  • Administrative duties
  • Miscellaneous tasks as required (flexibility and willingness to help are critical)

Interns should expect to spend the majority of their time on the details that happen behind the scenes that keep the studios running smoothly.  Once you are ready, you may be invited to assist our staff engineers on sessions.  Generally, interns who show eagerness to learn, understanding of protocol and equipment, and appropriate control room etiquette are the most likely to be directly involved with sessions.