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Each summer, American Dance Festival offers internships in all areas of arts administration and production. Administrative internships provide hands-on experience for those interested in arts management. Production interns work on the crew for the 40-plus performances of the ADF season featured at Duke University’s Reynolds Industries Theater and the Durham Performing Arts Center in downtown Durham. All interns work in an invigorating arts environment, as an integral part of the ADF staff. Each intern plays an important role in carrying out the ADF’s mission to serve dance, dancers, choreographers, and artists in related fields.
For more information, including full internship descriptions, please click here.
Questions? Please contact Jenny Fornoff, Intern Coordinator, via email.
American Repertory Ballet (ARB) internships are for individuals that want to gain practical experience in the non-profit arts world. Interns are given the opportunity to learn how each department contributes to the whole of ARB by working directly with department heads on various projects necessary to the success of the organization.
ARB is currently seeking interns to work part time (10-20hrs/week) on various initiatives and projects in our Marketing, Development, and Educational Programming departments. Interns will work under the Executive Director, the Director of Marketing and PR, the Development Director, and the Director of Educational Programming to develop projects, goals, and timelines best-suited to the organization’s needs and the intern’s skill set.
American Repertory Ballet is a non-profit organization with three main programmatic areas: the professional dance company; the Princeton Ballet School with 1,500 students at three central New Jersey locations; and the Access and Enrichment activities, which include DANCE POWER, an in-school dance education program; On Pointe, a free in-studio enrichment series; and other educational initiatives in the community.
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Send resume and cover letter to: Lisa Beth Vettoso, Director of Educational Programming via email, mail, or fax.
PO Box 250, New Brunswick, NJ 08903
Bowen McCauley Dance is seeking a Marketing and PR intern for Spring 2015. The ideal candidate will begin the internship in January 2015 and continue through May 2015.
Specifically, the internship will focus on Marketing and PR activities for BMD’s two signature events that both take place in the spring: the annual Move Me Festival (March 21, 2015) and BMD’s weekend of performances and events at the Kennedy Center (April 10-11, 2015).
•Creating and executing a marketing and PR plan for the 6th Annual Move Me Festival, including press releases, e-blasts, online advertising, leveraging partnerships, social media, and designing overall theme, look and language for marketing materials
•Executing marketing and PR activities for a two-performance weekend at The Kennedy Center
•Social media/communications coordination
•Special event planning (including our annual Kennedy Center Soiree)
•Working with the Artistic Director, Executive Director and Marketing Director on projects as needed
Note: the Director of Marketing will be on leave during part of this internship, providing a valuable opportunity for an intern to step up and make an impact.
The ideal candidate will have one or more years in a marketing department at a non-profit organization or be enrolled in marketing/communications courses, have a passion for the arts, and an appreciation for the local arts scene. Graphic design skills a plus.
Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to Abigail Fine, Executive Director via email. Position open until filled.
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Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet (CPYB) is the nation’s preeminent school of classical ballet with an international reputation for training young men and women headquartered in Carlisle, Pa. Established in 1955 by Founding Artistic Director Marcia Dale Weary, our threefold mission is to inspire, educate and enrich the lives of our students and the region through training in and the performance of classical ballet.
CPYB seeks an outgoing and driven person to join the development and fundraising team in an internship role. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: writing, phone calls, mailings, database management and generally assist the Director of Development and the Development Manager with other tasks that present themselves throughout the summer or fall season.
There is no monetary compensation for this internship. You will gain valuable experience working in a fast-paced and professional development department, as well as be welcomed to attend CPYB performances gratis during your time with us. School credit may be earned.
To apply for this position, please send a cover letter describing your background and skills, the hours you are able to work (at least 15 hours per week for a minimum of 8 weeks) and a copy of your current resume via email. Please, include “Development Intern” as your subject line.