Call for Host Churches and Mentors for 2023-2024 AAM Gerre Hancock Internship

Association of Anglican Musicians
Posted Sep 8, 2022

The Association of Anglican Musicians (AAM) is seeking host institutions and mentors for the Gerre Hancock Internship for 2023-2024 and beyond. This Internship supports young professionals in pursuit of their vocation in church music and offers an opportunity to be mentored by our leading musicians for ten months in one of the Episcopal Church’s great music programs.

Begun in 2014, the Internship is named after AAM Co-founder, Gerre Hancock. The 2022-2023 Hancock Intern, Christopher Pharo, is currently in residence at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. Former interns have been hosted at Trinity Church (Boston, MA), Washington National Cathedral (Washington, D.C.), Trinity Episcopal Cathedral (Columbia, SC), St. Mark’s Church (Philadelphia, PA), and St. James Cathedral (Chicago, IL).

The deadline to apply to be a host institution is October 15, 2022. Application materials and program guidelines can be found at Email Internship Committee Chairperson, Dr. Stephen White ( for more information.

In accordance with our Baptismal Covenant, the Association of Anglican Musicians strives to respect the dignity of every human being. We expect 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. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.

About the Association of Anglican Musicians

Founded in 1966, the Association of Anglican Musicians is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of musicians and clergy serving in the worshiping communities of the Episcopal Church and the larger Anglican tradition. 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.