2023-2024 Gerre Hancock Internship to be hosted by St. George’s Episcopal Church, Nashville, TN

Association of Anglican Musicians
Posted Dec 5, 2022

The Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM) is pleased to announce St. George’s Episcopal Church, Nashville, TN, as the host of its 2023-24 Gerre Hancock Internship. The Gerre Hancock Internship program was established to create full-time mentoring opportunities for extraordinary young church musicians who demonstrate a strong interest in the music and worship of the Episcopal Church. This annual internship is jointly funded by AAM and the host institution and offers the intern ten months of practical experience through intense and intentionally formative work as part of an outstanding music program. The 2023-2024 Intern will be mentored by Dr. Woosug Kang, Director of Music Ministries at St. George’s, Nashville. Dr. Kang writes, “We are delighted and grateful to be selected and look forward to our partnership in this important initiative.” Sonya Subbayya Sutton, the President of the Association of Anglican Musicians writes, “We believe that the music and liturgy of the Episcopal Church have the capacity to change lives and build God’s church. We are so pleased to be able to honor one of our organization’s founders, Gerre Hancock, with this internship, and have no doubt that the next Hancock Intern will have a transformational experience at St. George’s in Nashville.”

Paid with full benefits & housing, applicants must be within three years of a completed church-music-relevant college degree program. Find out more information at www.anglicanmusicians.org/internship. Applications are due on February 1, 2023. The Association of Anglican Musicians expects any host institution to consider applications for employment without reference to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexuality, disability, or age, except insofar as personal characteristics directly affect individuals’ capacity to exercise their vocation.

About the Association of Anglican Musicians

Founded in 1966, the Association of Anglican Musicians is a member-led 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of musicians and clergy serving in the Episcopal Church and internationally within the Anglican Communion. Its members host an annual Conference and produce a bi-monthly Journal. Committees within AAM advocate for lay employees working in the Episcopal Church on a local and national level. The Gerre Hancock Internship is funded through the AAM Endowment Fund, which disburses over $40,000 in grants each year.