INTERNSHIPS

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

SUMMER 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. Internships can be semester-long or by production.

If you're interested in a season-long education apprenticeship click here.

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 acknowledgment 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 the outcome in a timely manner. If you progress beyond the application stage, you will receive clear instruction on next steps.

INTERNSHIPS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE:

 
 

 
EDUCATION TEACHING INTERN(S)

35 Hours a week*
Education Interns must have availability Monday-Friday between 8am-6pm
Summer dates: June 24-July 26th plus one week of orientation

All Education candidates work in the classroom for a well-rounded experience.

We are looking for someone who: is interested in learning how to approach teaching theatre for all ages, wants to gain a deeper appreciation for how a regional theatre’s education department works and enjoys hands-on, active opportunities to work closely with youth.

Ideal candidates will be open to growth, passionate about learning how to build connections, be able to interface with a diverse student population, and demonstrate a mature and professional presence at all times.

Teaching Interns wear many hats in the Education Department from teaching assistant, prepping, planning, and supervising. Education Interns will experience lesson planning and program development first hand, work with talented teaching artists to prep for classes.

Education interns report directly to the Education Program Manager with the support of the Director of Education and Community Engagement and Education team.

You will gain invaluable knowledge and experience related to best practice education policy, curriculum and program development with our on-site, classroom management, arts-integrated learning, and engage in building connections between the world of education and the dynamic art we produce.
*Teaching Interns receive a travel stipend every two weeks to cover expenses.


 
EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION INTERN

20 Hours a week
Education Interns must have availability Monday-Friday between 8am-6pm and/or Monday-Thursday 6pm-10pm.
Summer dates: June 24-July 26th plus one week of orientation

All Education Administration candidates work in the classroom for a well-rounded experience.

We are looking for someone who: is interested in gaining a deeper appreciation for how a regional theatre’s education department works day-to-day from administration to program development.

Ideal candidates will be open to growth, passionate about learning how to build connections, be able to interface with a diverse student population, and demonstrate a mature and professional presence. We desire candidates that want to learn more about the connection of education to administration. Candidates must enjoy children, demonstrate competent writing and communication skills.

Education Interns will work primarily in an administrative capacity with the Education Department, to support our biggest on-site programming Summer Camp, and gain an understanding of interdepartmental relationships in professional theatre/arts administration. Strengthen your verbal and written communication, develop strong time and space organization, and see the impact that strong administration has on programming; all while increasing your exposure to the world of the performing arts.

Education interns report directly to the Education Program Manager with the support of the Director of Education and Community Engagement and Education team.

You will gain invaluable knowledge and experience related to best practice education policy, curriculum and program development with our on-site classes, and engage in building connections between the world of education and the dynamic art we produce.


 
DEVELOPMENT

10 Hours a Week
Development Interns must have availability Monday-Friday between 9am-6pm
Summer dates: June 24-July 26th plus one week of orientation

We are looking for someone who: loves research and wants to learn how to apply that skill in the nonprofit sector, loves theatre and wants to help create opportunities to sustain the work we do through fundraising, and enjoys storytelling through relationship building and creative writing.

Ideal candidates will be proficient in Microsoft Office, demonstrate strong attention to detail, and possess creative and technical writing skills. Candidates should also have an interest in learning about fundraising strategies for non-profit organizations.

The Development Intern plays a fundamental role within the development team in the day-to-day activities of fundraising. Specific activities include: researching funding prospects; database management; acknowledgement letters and donor correspondence; writing and design of communications materials for donor-related communications and outreach (including contributing to grant proposals); organizational and planning assistance with fundraising events, meetings and donor fulfillment activities; and assisting the team with other office duties as assigned.

Development interns report directly to the Director of Development and work closely with the Development team.

You will gain invaluable knowledge and experience related to individual, corporate, government, and foundation philanthropy; event planning and support; donor and prospect research; and professional writing skills. The intern will also gain experience with software including Patron Manager (donor database) and iWave (prospect research).


 
MARKETING

10-15 hours a week
Marketing  Interns must have availability Monday-Friday between 9am-6pm
Summer dates: Mid-June–Mid-August plus one week of orientation

We are looking for someone who: is interested in researching, planning, and creating activating marketing strategies on the regional theatre level. We are looking for candidates that appreciate storytelling and want to engage in multiple facets of marketing and communication through sales, media and digital forums.  

Ideal candidates will bring attention to detail and interest in market research, data entry, and systems management. They will be able to independently prioritize and want to expand on our methods of connecting audiences to stories and programs. Candidates should be open to trying new things.

The Marketing Intern assists in the processes of promotion, content creation, and group sales research projects. This candidate will be a part of various projects, including season planning, system updating and navigating different web interfaces. The marketing intern will also see how departments work together and understand the marketing department's essential role in maintaining a successful theatre.

Marketing interns report directly to the Director of Brand & Marketing and work closely with the Marketing team.

You will gain an understanding of how a Regional Theatre plans and prepares for a season and obtain experience in a variety of different focuses; from Public Relations, to Group Sales, and Digital Marketing.


 
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

8-12  Hours a week
Community Engagement Interns must have availability Monday-Friday between 9am-6pm
Summer dates: June 24-July 26th plus one week of orientation

We are looking for someone who is passionate about the ways that theatre can create transformative experiences in our audiences 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.

Ideal candidates will bring or be open to developing skills in facilitation, workshop leadership, and community-based theatre methodologies.

The Community Engagement Intern duties may include research, content creation, data management, documentation, assisting in event coordination and capturing notes from meetings in the field. Lastly, the candidate will bring perspective and voice to approaching community engagement initiatives through an equity and opportunity lens, as we also look at creating greater access to our work. Preference is shown to candidates from, living in, or attending school in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.

The Community Engagement Intern reports directly to the Director of Education and Community Engagement with the support of the Education team.

You will gain invaluable experience in emerging strategies. You will gain experience in event, forum and workshop planning as well as experience in connecting the mainstage season and its themes to current and unaffiliated audience.


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

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 and those that live in the MD/DC area are strongly encouraged to apply.

Apprenticeships

Interested in a longer commitment? Check our our Apprenticeship opportunity.

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