Everyman Theatre offers a variety of internships throughout the year to college and high school students to provide hands-on instruction and professional experience to students exploring theatre administration and programming, under the direction of the Education & Outreach Department. We offer a rolling deadline for application submissions.
Undergraduate and Graduate Students welcome. Internships are generally 5-10 hours a week. The standard work week is Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm; weekend and evening availability may also be required, however, depending on departmental and programming needs. All internships are unpaid. Send completed application, resume, cover letter, and the email addresses of three references to Education Department, 315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School Students
While high school interns may work in a variety of positions throughout the theatre, there are a very limited number of positions available for high school students. If you're interested in setting up an internship for a high school student, please submit a completed application, resume, cover letter, and the email addresses of three references to the Education Department, 315 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 or email@example.com. Internships are generally 8-12 hours a week between 10am-6pm, Monday-Friday.
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Everyman Theatre is looking for an organized, proactive, and self-driven intern to work 10-15 hours a week in the Managing Director’s office. Primary responsibilities would include assisting the Managing Director on day-to-day tasks, completing long-term projects as assigned by the Managing Director, and attending and taking minutes for committee meetings. The anticipated time commitment would be three to four hours a day between normal business hours (9:00am-6:00pm) for three consistent days a week. The position may require some evening and/or weekend commitments. This internship does not include a stipend, but class credit may be arranged for college students depending on your university’s policy restrictions.
- Full or part-time undergraduate or graduate college student, or recent college graduate
- Available to work a minimum of 10 hours a week, with some evening and/or weekend commitments
- Interested in not-for-profit theatre administration and regularly attends or enjoys theatre
- Knowledge of Microsoft Suite
- Strong communication and organization skills
- Highly motivated self-starter
- Previous experience as an administrative assistant preferred
- Having own laptop computer preferred
Interns will assist Audience Services Manager with various tasks including but not limited to direct patron contact, data entry, facilities and task management, scheduling, and filing, as well as assisting house management team and ushers during performances. Work schedule will include many nights and weekends, particularly in house management. Ideal candidates will demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills, and will be proficient in use of database software.
Interns will be an integral member of the development team and will learn about arts administration and fundraising through a “hands-on” experience. Duties would include (but are not limited to): Everyman Theatre gala preparation; assisting with event planning, including sending invitations, arranging logistics and staffing events; assisting with development mailings and donor contacts; filing, and prospect research; inputting and maintaining data in fundraising software, and other duties as needed. Ideal candidates will be proficient in Microsoft Office, and demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills.
Interns will gain practical experience by assisting the Education Department both in the classroom and with general office duties. Duties include assisting in the classroom with professional teaching artists and providing support for special events. General office work would include preparing and organizing materials for in-school residencies, maintaining student databases, and assisting the Education Staff with projects as needed. Ideal candidates will be proficient in Microsoft Office, and demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills.
Interns will assist the marketing department on various projects as needed, including such things as social networking initiatives, group sales, press night preparations, press releases and drafting marketing materials. Ideal candidates will be proficient in creative software suites (such as Adobe, iWork, iMovie, Microsoft Office, etc), and demonstrate strong organizational and communication skills.
work as production assistants to the stage management team and scene
shop team through the design, build, rehearsal and performance process.
Stage Management interns provide rehearsal support through a three to
four week rehearsal process, and then move to becoming a member of the
run crew for the show. Interns must be available for all performances,
though individual schedules can be determined for the rehearsal period.
Scene shop interns will be responsible for duties as assigned by the
technical director in coordination with the artistic staff. Ideal
candidates will have college level experience in stage management or as
scenic artisans, and a proficiency with tools. It also helps to be
proficient in Microsoft Office and to have strong organizational skills.