Application to IVRT's Summer 2016 Internship
closed on April 30, 2016.
Interviews are now being conducted.
IVRT continues its summer internship program by announcing one 2016 paid internship made possible through funding by the LA County Board of Supervisors via the LA County Arts Commission.
The Los Angeles County Arts Internship Program provides 10-week paid summer internships (40 hours/week) to eligible undergraduate college students. Students are paid $420/week to work in nonprofit literary, performing and presenting arts organizations and municipal arts agencies throughout Los Angeles County. Interns also participate in additional educational components provided by the Arts Commission. There are no exceptions to our eligibility requirements. Student eligibility for internship positions is limited to currently enrolled undergraduate (2- or 4-year) college students who reside or attend college in Los Angeles County. Students must have completed at least one semester of college by June 1, 2016 or will complete their undergraduate degree between May 1 - September 1, 2016 in order to be eligible to participate. Students who have already earned a BA, BS or a higher degree are not eligible. Students who have previously participated in the Los Angeles County Arts Internship Program are not eligible to participate a second time. Read more about eligibility requirements.
Applications are being accepted online through the April 30 deadline.
Interviews will begin May 5 and candidate will be announced May 27.
DESCRIPTION OF 2016 PAID SUMMER INTERNSHIP FOR AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT
The Inland Valley Repertory Theatre (IVRT) summer internship provides the opportunity to gain a comprehensive overview of, keen insight into, and hands-on experience in the range of administrative and artistic decisions and essential steps that go into planning and executing a non-profit company theater season. Our intern will work closely with the company executive director on marketing, fundraising, and audience development initiatives and closely observe and participate in preparations for IVRT's upcoming productions.
IVRT summer intern candidates should have excellent writing, communications, and interpersonal skills. Proficiency in social media is a plus. Graphic design and desktop publishing skills preferred.
For a more in-depth description of the paid Audience Development Internship, please click here.
Other internships (non-paid) are also available for high school and college students.