APPRENTICESHIPS & INTERNSHIPS

Are you looking to explore a career in theatre and gain useful experience? Consider applying for an Everyman Theatre Internship.

APPRENTICESHIPS

EDUCATION APPRENTICESHIP

Early June 2017 - May 31, 2018; 20-30 hours per week

 

The Education Apprentice functions as a critical member of the Education Department. This position is a part-time position designed to learn, grow, and contribute as an arts educator and administrator.

This position is ideal for a focused and passionate young professional seeking next level experience, open to growth, able to integrate and retain new information, energetic, and proactive. This apprenticeship is ideal for a recent graduate eager to pursue a career in education, arts administration, and theatre.

This position reports directly to the Director of Education but works closely with the Lead Teaching Artist and Education Program Manager.

SEASON LONG CANDIDATES ARE:

  • Recent college graduates, seeking to gain working knowledge of how the Education Department of a professional theatre is operated.
  • Interested in growing as a teaching artist, as well as an arts administrator.
  • Local residents, not in need of housing or assistance with transportation.
  • Excited to commit to a full season as a member of an enthusiastic team of artists and educators. 
  • Visit the Apprenticeship Job Posting to read more about this exciting opportunity.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

  • Submit letter of interest, resume, and 3 references to education@everymantheatre.org. Subject line to read: YOUR NAME, Education Apprentice Application.
  • Everyman Theatre is committed to seeking and sustaining a culturally and ethnically diverse environment and to the principles that promote inclusive practices. Individuals from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

INTERNSHIPS

Everyman offers a variety of internships throughout the year to current college students. Students are invited to apply for available departmental internships where they receive training, real world experience, and constructive feedback. 

SUMMER CANDIDATES ARE:

  • Currently enrolled in college or are college age and interested in a fruitful learning experience
  • Reside in Baltimore or the greater Baltimore/DC Area
  • Not in need of housing or assistance with transportation
  • Demonstrate a passion for theatre and fulfill the necessary descriptions below

APPLICATION PROCESS:

  • Review the available internship positions.
  • Complete the Everyman Theatre Internship Application and send to education@everymantheatre.org. (You will receive an acknowledgement of receipt.)
  • All internship candidates are first vetted through the Everyman Education Department.
  • You will receive an update on the status of your application regardless of outcome in a timely manner. If you progress beyond the application stage, you will receive clear instruction on next steps.

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE:

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Summer Season: 15-25  hours/week

We are looking for someone who is passionate about the ways that theatre can create transformative experiences in our audiences and  and our city neighborhoods, foster dialogue and build community. Candidates will help imagine and administer community responsive projects that build meaningful partnerships with businesses, non-profits, social entrepreneurs, artists, colleges and community associations. Looking at our season dramaturgically, the candidate will help plan and administer programming that is driven by a production-by-production strategy for developing new audiences.

Ideal candidates will bring or be open to developing skills in facilitation, workshop leadership, and community-based theatre methodologies. Duties may include research, writing, data management, documentation, and capturing notes from meetings in the field. Lastly, the candidate will bring perspective and voice to approaching community engagement initiatives through a racial equity and class lens, as we also look at creating greater access to our work. Preference shown to candidates from, living in, or attending school in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.

You will gain invaluable experience in emerging strategies for audience development, audience engagement and community engagement practices and be a part of a department at the forefront of developing a new vision and model for community engagement under the auspices of an increasingly innovative regional theatre. You will gain experience in event, forum and workshop planning. You will gain experience in the challenges of connecting the mainstage season and its themes to current and unaffiliated audiences.

MARKETING

Summer Season:  12-15 hours/week

The ideal candidate is a creative individual who has applicable marketing or media experience, knowledge of social media platforms and excellent writing skills. Duties will include research, writing, database management, assisting with the execution of social media and other campaigns, collateral distribution, proofing materials, writing for the theatre’s blog, content creation and the development of new and existing marketing events and activities. A passion for theatre is ideal by not explicitly required. Knowledge of the Baltimore region is helpful.

You will gain hands-on experience in all aspects of the marketing function (print, digital, event), help to prepare the theatre for the coming season, develop cultivation lists, assist on the development of partnerships and sponsorships, programs for college students and participate as an active member of the marketing team.  The Marketing intern will be overseen by the Marketing and Media Relations Manager. 

Interns assist the Marketing Department on various projects as needed, including social media initiatives, blog posts, group sales, press night preparations, press releases, and marketing content creation.

Questions? Contact the Education Department at 443-615-7055 x7142 or education@everymantheatre.org

 

Interns receive: complimentary tickets to each Everyman production during internship, access to theatre professionals, a three-step process through the Education Department for reflection and formal feedback from supervisors.