Building community and creating social change by raising our voices in song.

One Voice Is Hiring! Join Our Team!


Looking to get involved? Want to make it count? One Voice is building on nearly 30 years of committed, passionate advocacy for LGBT issues, and other issues of social justice in our community. We reach over 10,000 audience members annually, and are always looking to extend our reach. We regularly sing in schools, out in the community, and, frankly, in places where we are not always fully welcomed.

We put our passion into action and lead by example. Will you? We need leaders to help us build community and create social change. Meet our current One Voice board members.

Please review the opportunities below for more information. Contact us at when you're ready to get involved. We look forward to hearing from you!

Job Openings:

Guest Conductor(s)

Artistic Director Jane Ramseyer Miller is taking a leave for the 2018-2019 season and we are looking for a Guest Conductor/s to join us. Interested candidates may indicate their preference to conduct for the entire 10-month season, or for half of the year. Download the position description. Applications are due Monday, March 5

To see One Voice in action, check out these documentary videos:

Changing Our World Through Song One Voice documentary (26 minutes)

One Voice Mixed Chorus Info Video  (6 minutes) 

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Board: At Large Member


Our board typically has ten or more members, each serving two year terms. For this reason, we are always succession planning. We welcome candidates of all backgrounds and inte


rests to apply. 

One Voice Board of Directors (PDF)

One Voice Mixed Chorus Organizational Profile (PDF)

One Voice Annual Reports (LINK)

Personal Reflect


ions by Founder Paul Petrella (PDF) 


One Voice Mixed Chorus is known for its musical excellence, diverse repertoire, humor and strong commitment to community outreach. We offer ongoing unpaid internships designed to give qualified applicants hands-on experience and training, while assisting with a wide range of projects in marketing, development, event planning, and other important facets of the nonprofit industry,

One Voice internships are intended for those who are serious about pursuing a career in nonprofit management, and the acceptance process will be highly selective. Please see the individual job descriptions for detailed information on each type of internship. All interns are expected to help with general office administrative tasks such as data entry, photocopying, mailings, and other various support tasks as needed.

Benefits of an internship at One Voice include a great hands-on learning experience at a well-established nonprofit arts organization, exposure to a talented chorus, and the ability to network with a wide variety of individuals. College credit is also available. Interested applicants must be in the third or fourth year of an undergraduate degree; higher level applicants are welcome. One Voice Mixed Chorus internships require a commitment of 10-20 hours per week. Internships are generally scheduled during One Voice’s operating hours (9 AM through 5 PM, Monday through Thursday), but committee meetings are usually held in the evenings. 

Interns will also assist the staff with One Voice’s promotion and sales efforts. Ideal candidates will be energetic, inventive, hard working, web-savvy, and brimming with ideas about creative ways to most effectively market our concerts, events, and mission.