Intern (M/F/D)

Internship Program

For over 65 years, Meinl has been manufacturing instruments for the world's musicians. With product focusing mainly on the cymbal and percussion categories, they also offer drumsticks, sound therapy instruments, and fretted instruments, all of which are on the foreground of innovation and quality. Even though Meinl is a global brand and has a worldwide presence, they maintain the entrepreneurial feel and style of a family owned business. Meinl strives to stay ahead of the curve in product marketing and merchandising to ensure that they continue to meet the market’s needs. Meinl USA is proud to now offer an internship program designed to train the next generation of music business professionals, providing a well-rounded experience for aspiring students eager to enter this exciting industry.



Applicants interested in applying for this program must meet the following requirements:
  • Be enrolled in a degree program at a college or university where an internship will count for course credit. It is preferred that the internship will be required to complete the degree. Music Business majors are preferred.
  • Applicants should be familiar with the Meinl product lines. Playing drums and/or percussion is preferred.
  • Minimum of 18 years of age.
  • This is a 12 week program, start and end dates would be determined when the internship is offered.
  • Work is 7:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday.
  • This internship takes place in Nashville, TN.
  • This internship is paid, so applicants must be eligible to work in the United States.

 What to expect!

This program has three stages, duties of which will include, but not limited to:



Stage 1:


  • Supply chain, distribution, and shipping orders, unloading containers, and inventory management
Stage 2:


  • Order entry, filing, customer service, assisting both the operations team in their daily tasks and needs.


  • Sales calls, account management, organized spreadsheets.
  • Through this time, the duties of stage 1 will be done as needed.
Stage 3:
  • Helping with various other departments as needed. These departments include, but are not limited to, artist relations and trade show. These tasks will vary based on the department’s needs.
  • Through this time, the duties of stages 1 and 2 will be done as needed.

Other various tasks, jobs, and responsibilities may be required as well, all of which will be integral to the daily operations of a brand distributor. At the end of this program we hope you will have a basic knowledge of the industry to propel and prepare you for your future. Applications are accepted at any time.


Please send your cover letter, resume, and other pertinent materials to: Adam Anderson,

Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with Meinl USA L.C.