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Non-Profit Business Management Internship for NYC Theater/Community Center!
The Actors Theatre Workshop — Manhattan, NY
Non-Profit Business Management Internship for Non-Profit Theater Conservatory! Leadership Training Program for Non-Profit Theater Conservatory! This is an intensive Leadership Training Program in non-profit business management. Interns receive hands-on training in an award-winning theater arts and community service organization. We are looking for individuals with the ability to lead, manage teams, work independently, communicate effectively on the phone, in person and in writing and interact in a fast-paced business environment. We are looking for idealists and leaders who can put their thoughts and insights into action; positive, enthusiastic individuals who want to make a difference in the world and are committed to upholding the legacy and tradition of theater in the belief that theater can change a life and make the world a better place for everyone. The interns' primary responsibility is to manage the daily administrative operations of the organization and to take a leadership role in programming initiatives. There will be opportunities to work closely with the senior staff in administrating and producing on-going classes and workshops for professional actors and in community programs that serve Youth-at-Risk. Under the supervision of the ATW staff, interns will be accountable for the completion of projects in management of ATW's studio rental business, administration, team management, marketing, development, sales, fund-raising, video production, event planning, and graphic design. For international applicants, English fluency is required. Please do not apply unless you can already speak, read and write in English with ease in a fast-paced business environment. If your skill is not at this level, please get the necessary training before you apply. Internships are available for 4 to 18 months in duration and are 40+ hrs per week. This is a non-paid training program. Application instructions: Go to http://www.actorstheatreworkshop.com to find out more and fill out an online application for this position! Please, be alert while filling it out, only fully completed applications will be considered.
Part-Time Non-Profit Management Internships for Theater/Community Center in NYC!
The Actors Theatre Workshop — Manhattan, NY
This is an intensive Leadership Training Program in non-profit business management. Interns receive hands-on training in an award-winning theater conservatory and community service organization in New York City. Please note: The majority of the internship positions we offer are full-time (40 hours per week). However, we offer a limited number of part-time internships for candidate's that are maintaining a part-time job or are taking a number of classes during their internship. This is an exception and only serious candidates who have the ability and intention to fulfill the requirements of the internship will be considered. We are looking for individuals with the ability to lead, manage teams, work independently, communicate effectively on the phone, in person and in writing and interact in a fast-paced business environment. We are looking for leaders who can put their thoughts and insights into action; positive, enthusiastic individuals who want to make a difference in the world and are committed to upholding the legacy and tradition of theater in the belief that theater can change a life and make the world a better place for everyone. The interns' primary responsibility is to manage the daily administrative operations of the organization and to take a leadership role in programming initiatives. There will be opportunities to work closely with the senior staff: in administrating over workshops for actors and community programs that serve Youth-at-Risk. Under ATW supervision, interns will be accountable for projects in the management of ATW's studio rental business, administration, team management, marketing, development, sales, fund-raising, video production, event planning, and graphic design. For international applicants, only candidates with exceptional skills in speaking and writing in English will be considered. Only a limited number of part-time internships (24 to 30 hours per week) will be considered from qualified and serious applicants. Part-time internships are 3 to 18 months. This is a non-paid internship training program. To be considered, please apply ASAP. Go to http://www.actorstheatreworkshop.com to find out more and fill out an online application for this position! Only fully completed applications will be considered.
Stormfield Theatre Internships
Stormfield Theatre — Lansing, MI
Stormfield Theatre is currently seeking interns in the following departments: Artistic/Administrative Interns report to the Artistic Director and assist with all tasks associated with running a small nonprofit theater. They will gain experience in grant-writing, marketing, social media, casting, research and development, and office management. Applicants can come from a variety of educational backgrounds: Theater, Theater Administration, Communications, Marketing, etc. Technical Interns work directly with designers and engineers to assist with set, lighting, sound, properties, costumes, etc. They will gain experience and skills in all technical aspects of running a small nonprofit theater. Applicants should have a background in technical theater, and a basic knowledge of hand and power tools, sewing, and painting. Stage Management Interns work directly with Stage Managers and attend all rehearsals for upcoming productions. They will gain experience in noting blocking, tracking script changes, scheduling and running rehearsals, calling cues for performances, and any other tasks assigned by their Stage Managers. Applicants with some previous stage management experience are preferred. All Internship Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, comfortable taking initiative on specific projects, efficient researchers, strong writers, and passionate about theater. Applicants should be able to commit at least 20 hours per week. Internships are unpaid, but academic credit may be earned depending on individual college policy. To apply, please submit a completed Internship Application, cover letter, current resume, and at least 1 letter of reference from a professor, mentor, or arts-related employer to Internship@stormfieldtheatre.org. We are always accepting applications.
iTEMP: In Theatre Marketing Student Ambassador
iTEMP: In Theatre Educational Marketing Program — Virtual
Itemp is a non profit organization providing students with career exploration and exposure to the theatrical entertainment business. Providing an internship with iTEMP and a pre-internship experience with real projects marketing and promoting films, working with theatres like AMC Theatres and film studios like Disney, Warner Brothers, Fox and Sony. Summer interns will interface via a website to receive real business tasks, working with local theatres and businesses as an iTEMP Student Ambassador. Students will be provided iTEMP badges and shirts to wear when visiting local theatres & businesses. Film studio marketing materials may be sent to you to distribute throughout the summer. All students participating in entire Summer program will receive a letter of recommendation and may be eligible for school credit.
Theatre Administration Internship
The Players Theatre — New York, NY
This internship will offer the opportunity to work closely with The Players Theatre Managers to oversee the daily functioning of our main-stage Off-Broadway venue, black box venue, and rehearsal rooms. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in watching and participating in all the operations of an Off-Broadway venue and rental facility. Can be molded to suit your specific interests. School credit available. Flexible hours
The Theater Offensive - Multiple Internships
The Theater Offensive — Boston, MA
Various Internships Available The Theater Offensive, New Englands premiere lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) theater, seeks motivated, conscientious, arts/activist or business-oriented folks to intern in any combination of the following areas: Non-Profit Arts Management/Leadership Theater Production/Tech Guerrilla Street Theater Theater Programming And Administration Graphic Design, Marketing And Advertising Community Outreach And Grassroots Networking Grants, Fundraising and Board Development Special Event Planning and Production Theater Education And LGBTQ Youth Office Administration And more! Join us in our bustling Boston location for an internship like no other - flexible schedule, varied responsibilities, challenging and invigorating work. To apply: (1) visit www.thetheateroffensive.org, (2) click on Get Involved, (3) download an internship application and (4) email the completed application. Email questions, applications, cover letters and resumes to: email@example.com. Rolling deadline, positions year-round. Benefits: Internships are unpaid but interns receive academic credit, if desired and are eligible for free tickets at area shows, as well as invitations to cast parties, artist receptions, and visiting artist workshops. Interns may also qualify for one-of-a-kind job/school recommendations, professional referrals, community networking, and organizational resources. Experience with lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender and racially diverse urban communities a plus. LGBTQ, people of color and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply. Internships are geared to undergrad, graduate and mature-aged students and non-students of all ages and experience levels.
Scenic Internship (Theatre)
Orlando Repertory Theatre — Orlando, FL
Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP) is seeking eager and enthusiastic individuals for a Scenic Internship this summer with our Professional Internship Program. An internship at The REP provides an opportunity to work and learn in a professional environment. Our interns are an extremely important asset in maintaining The REPs presence as a leader in the industry. The REP staff strives to create a comfortable atmosphere for growing and learning while you hone your professional skills and build your portfolio under our wing. Interns at The REP not only get a one-of-a-kind experience from a professional staff; they also have unique access to industry professionals from Disney, Universal, and other leading organizations through networking and career counseling workshops. Interns also benefit from complimentary tickets to REP productions during their stay. Housing is not provided at this time. The Scenic Internship provides a professional experience working in a theatrical scene shop. Each intern has the opportunity to experience and learn industry trades in the shop ranging from the more common woodworking techniques to more complicated metalworking and welding practices. Working closely with the Scene Shop Staff, interns also gain other experience throughout the build process including loading-in, striking scenery, and basic rigging techniques. Applicants should have experience in theatrical carpentry, reading technical drawings, and should be comfortable working with power tools. This internship is based on a 40 hour work week and is paid a weekly stipend. Summer internship dates are from June through August. To apply for an internship, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Already found an internship for the summer but are interested in the fall or spring? Contact Carrie Kasten Smith at email@example.com for more information on The REPs fall and spring internship opportunities, which include Costuming, Scenic, Stage Management, Lighting, Marketing and Public Relations, and Development internships.
House Management Internship
The Players Theatre — New York, NY
The House Management intern will work to assist our Off-Broadway venue's House Manager during performances. He/she helps to greet and seat patrons, and run concessions. Applicants should posses: excellent people skills; customer service experience is a plus
Production/Stage Management Internship
The Players Theatre — New York, NY
The Production Intern will work alongside The Players Theatre and Literally Alive Stage Management team on Off-Broadway productions. You'll get to see first hand what goes into creating "theatre magic". School credit available.
Costume Intern for Musical Theater for Youth - FIDDLER ON THE ROOF and LEGALLY BLONDE, THE MUSICAL
STAGE DOOR CONSERVATORY — Berkeley, CA
Stage Door Conservatory offers internship opportunities for high school and college students interested in acquiring mentoring and supervised work experience in theater production and management, performing arts education, marketing, outreach, fundraising and nonprofit administration. An internship with Stage Door Conservatory can offer you many benefits, including an opportunity to develop your skills, acquire invaluable work-related experience, explore your career interests and network with professionals who may serve as references or contacts as you pursue your academic and employment goals.