Now Hiring College Aged Interns for Summer Stage 2021!

Come join us as we engage, educate and inspire this summer with CTM's Summer Stage program, providing theater education experiences for young people grades 4K-12, both in person and online this year!
 
Seeking driven and enthusiastic emerging professionals for the following internships:
  • Teaching Assistant Internships (TAI)
  • Stage Management Fellowships
  • Graphic Design Internships
  • Marketing Internships
Please Note: Teaching Assistant Internships for Summer 2021 will be for both virtual and in person programs. Please see our Policies page for our safety policies. Psotiions are being hired on a rolling basis.
 
 

Now Hiring High School Interns for Virtual Summer Stage 2021!

We are also currently accepting applications for Virtual High School Internships for this summer. To apply, please email a letter of intent that addresses the following questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:

1. What weeks from June 21 - July 30 are you available?
2. Why are you interested in a virtual Education internship with CTM?
 

CTM Internship Mission Statement

CTM's Internship programs expose emerging arts professionals to a variety of careers in the TYA (Theater for Young Audiences) field. By observing arts professionals, learning through hands-on experience, and participating in career development opportunities, CTM creates a community of artists, arts leaders and arts advocates to carry TYA into the future.

Internships are available for high school students, college students, and young adults with disabilities in our Fall, Winter, Spring, & Summer sessions.

CLICK HERE for CTM Internship Opportunities & Information Page.

What CTM Interns Gain

  • Grow your professional network
  • Observe and work with professionals
  • Gain hands on experience with artists dedicated to theater for young audiences
  • Participate in career development opportunities that can include: Q&A with local professionals both at CTM and in the arts community, resume building workshop, etc.  
  • Practice leadership skills
  • Learn industry best practices
  • Meet other emerging professionals and collaborate with them
  • Partner with a mentor to identify internship goals, receive feedback during one on one check ins, and overall support

Questions? Contact Laura McMillan, the Internship Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

*Under the umbrella of CTM's Access for All Initiative, CTM is committed to providing opportunities to young adults with disabilities through internships as a part of the Kennedy Center's Rosemary Kennedy Initiative (RKI).