Arts & Entertainment Internship Program

The Arts & Entertainment Internship Program, founded by Martha A. Williamson ’77 and Peter M. Nelson ’76, provides an opportunity for students to participate in the entertainment industry in the fields of writing, directing, acting, composing, television or film production, sports promotion, business management, entertainment law, or some other relevant area.

Tristan Whalen ’23


Tristan Whalen at work.

The Berkshire Eagle, Pittsfield, MA For my internship this summer, I wrote for the Berkshire Eagle, a Pittsfield-based newspaper that has been a staple of Berkshire County for over 125 years. With an incredibly comprehensive array of content—from thoughtful reporting on nearly every inch of local news and politics, to… Continue reading »

Caroline Morrissey ’25


Photo of Caroline Morrissey with laptop.

Access Theater, New York, NY This summer I had the privilege of interning remotely for Access Theater, a historic nonprofit arts establishment located in New York City that has strived to expose the community to up-and-coming artists while providing those artists with resources necessary for their success. Through initiatives like… Continue reading »

Julian Spiro ’25


Julian Spiro in Prague

Prague Morning, Czech Republic I arrived in Prague knowing no one, unable to speak a lick of Czech. I’m leaving now, knowing little Czech but knowing the city and its culture better than I could’ve hoped to, despite its labyrinthine streets that seem to defy navigation. I spent this summer… Continue reading »

Alex Stoddard ’23.5 


Alex Stoddard working.

Beyond Athlete Management, Chicago, IL This summer, I interned with Beyond Athlete Management, a full-service NBA and NFL sports agency. Beyond represents a number of NBA players, including notable players such as Patrick McCaw, Mac McClung and Jae’Sean Tate, as well as numerous overseas professional basketball players. Beyond’s agents strive… Continue reading »

Jacob Posner ’23


Headshot of Jacob Posner

The Berkshire Eagle, Pittsfield, MA Over the summer I worked as a features intern for The Berkshire Eagle. I got to drive all around the Berkshires, meeting new and interesting people along the way, and writing stories about the arts, history, and local news. A photographer at the Berkshire Eagle… Continue reading »

Ethan Richmond ’24


Ethan Richmond on photo booth with script behind him.

Access Theater, New York, NY Working remotely as a film production and theater administration intern at Access Theater this past summer has been an immense privilege. Along with two other student interns from Williams, I spent eight weeks diving head first into countless amazing projects we were lucky enough to… Continue reading »

Matt Wisotsky ’23


Matt Wisotsky in front of ocean view.

Classical Uprising, Portland, ME At one of the beaches on Maine’s beautiful Southern coast, after a day of rehearsals and concerts. Over the summer, I worked as an arts administration intern with Classical Uprising, a nonprofit arts organization based in southern Maine which organizes classical music events with a focus… Continue reading »

Elijah Parks ’23


Elijah Parks with new laptop.

Beyond Studios, Washington, D.C. This summer was full of excitement and learning opportunities during my internship with Beyond Studios in Washington, D.C. Working at the best musical and production studio in the nation’s capital allowed me to face challenges that led to me building numerous skills. Being involved in the… Continue reading »

Melia Hagino ’22

Melia Hagino '22 with laptop

Full Frontal LLC with Samantha Bee, New York, NY This summer I had the privilege of interning for the critically acclaimed political satire show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee. As someone who hopes to pursue a career in comedy, both as a performer and as a television writer, I was… Continue reading »

Thomas McGee ’22

Thomas McGee '22

Williams College Department of Music, Williamstown, MA Over the summer I researched the American composer Morton Feldman. While some aspects of this project were primarily analytical, I also conducted an interview with Christian Wolff, an innovative American composer and friend of Morton Feldman. During the initial stage of this project,… Continue reading »

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