Summer Internship at The Little Theatre of the Rockies
Internships are an important part of a theatre career. They have many benefits, and they’re available in a variety of areas and levels.
If you want to gain experience before you start your career, internships are the way to go. They offer valuable opportunities that help give you an advantage when it comes time for your first job or internship interview.
What kinds of internships can I find?
There are many different kinds of internships out there, depending on what type of job you want to do after graduation:
Fall Internship at Arizona Public Media
Arizona Public Media is looking for a Fall intern with a background in theatre or production. You will gain valuable experience working on a variety of shows and helping out with day-to-day operations.
- What kind of work are you looking for?
- What are they looking for in candidates?
- What do they hope to gain by completing this internship?
- How can I apply?
Summer Internship at Chicago Shakespeare Theater
Summer Internship at Chicago Shakespeare Theater
Theatre interns will be immersed in the world of theater and gain a real sense of what it means to be a part of the theater community. Interns will work closely with staff who are passionate about their work, helping to develop and implement projects that support the mission of Chicago Shakespeare Theater. The internship is designed to introduce interns to a variety of jobs within our organization that they may not have had an opportunity to explore otherwise. This is an ideal opportunity for students who are looking for experience with all facets of theatre production, from marketing and communications through stage management and design elements.
Spring/Summer/Fall Internship with the Institute for Contemporary Art
The Institute for Contemporary Art is a non-collecting museum that serves as an incubator for contemporary art, design and curatorial practice. The ICA offers a six-month internship program that takes place in the summer or fall of each year and involves research, writing, editing and administrative support. Although it’s not required to have an art history background, interns should be able to speak intelligently about the field and demonstrate interest in contemporary art issues. Interns may also gain skills in archival management, database management, photography/videography or social media promotion through this program.
Spring or Fall Internship with the National Alliance for Musical Theatre
The National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s annual intern program offers an opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience in their field of study while contributing to the growth and success of NATM.
The program is open to all students interested in pursuing careers in musical theatre, including those with majors and minors related to music or dance. The internship provides a unique opportunity for students who are looking for ways to learn more about the field, gain valuable experience within it, network with professionals and explore possible career paths. In addition, interns will have the chance to attend events held during NATM’s summer programs such as Broadway Spring Break Camps, or attend other events like auditions and workshops that may be happening around New York City (or even outside of Manhattan!).
The Fall semester will begin in September 2019 (with January 2020 being the deadline) while Spring semester begins February 2020 (with June 2020 being the deadline).
Spring or Fall Internship with Students of the World
SOW is a non-profit organization that creates media to promote understanding and empathy. Our mission is to use film and video to foster dialogue between people across cultures, religions and borders in order to create a more peaceful world.
To achieve this goal, we work with talented filmmakers from around the world who share our values of tolerance and respect. We produce short films that can be used as educational tools within schools, universities or other organizations. The films are available on our website along with teaching materials such as lesson plans for teachers who want help getting their students involved in international understanding through film production.
Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall Internship at the American Museum of Natural History
The American Museum of Natural History is a world-class institution dedicated to understanding, preserving and interpreting biological diversity. The museum’s mission is to advance public education in the natural sciences and to serve as a leader in scientific research.
By participating in an internship at the American Museum of Natural History, you will be able to learn about some of its collections and scientific research. You will also gain experience working with exhibitions. During your internship, you can expect to work closely with members from various departments within the museum such as Collections Management or Exhibition Development & Design (E/D). The E/D department works on designing new interactive features for its exhibitions as well as managing existing ones by updating content regularly.
These are some theatr internships
- [Theatre Internships for College Students](https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/13-tips-become-internship-success-college-student?trk=prof-post)
- [From the Ground Up: A Guide to Theater and Performance Internships](http://online.barnard.edu/academics/undergraduate_research_opportunities/from_the_ground_up/)
- [How to Find an Internship in Theatre That Won’t Suck as Much as You Thought It Would](http://theatreboxofficefx.wordpress.com/2015/06/04/howtofindaninternship/)