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Casting Department Intern
BackStage — Los Angeles, CA
Back Stage is seeking interns for the Back Stage Casting Department. Internships are available for the Fall 2012 semester in L.A. To be considered, email cover letters and résumés to BSWcasting@backstage.com; make sure to write "Back Stage Internship Application" in the subject line of your email. For more info, visit www.backstage.com. No pay provided; but an opportunity for a résumé-building experience and college credit.
New Brooklyn Theater Executive Administrative Internship
New Brooklyn Theater — Madison Square Station, NY — Virtual
New Brooklyn Theater is a 501(c) 3 theater company that is on a mission to purchase and restore the historic theater at 1215 Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant, NY that is in jeopardy of being demolished by condo and retail developers. New Brooklyn Theater (NBT) plans to restore the building and transform it into a 3-stage performing arts center that will develop the work of Brooklyn artists for Brooklyn audiences with strong efforts to also create innovative family and educational programming. New Brooklyn Theater is currently in the first phase of this initiative and have raise over $22,000 for the down payment of the theater. We are in need of 1 or 2 individuals that will assist in continuing to grow our donor roster and help transition into the next phase of restoration. Interns will report directly to the Executive Producer and General Manager of NBT while also being of assistance to the Artistic Director. NBT is seeking candidates with true entrepreneurial spirits who have excellent communication skills, are ambitious with a strong work ethic, and are open to new ideas. All backgrounds will be considered. Candidates with experience or education in non-profit administration, theater, social work, music business, education, marketing, and advertising will be considered first. This is a flexible, part-time, internship position and Interns should expect to work approximately 15 - 20 hours. College credit is available.
Looking for UNPAID Spanish and Mandarin Summer Camp Counselors!
Lango of Prince George's County — Upper Marlboro, MD
Lango, a national foreign-language program, is seeking teachers for its Spanish and Mandarin camps and classes for children (ages 1-10) to be taught throughout Prince Georges County Maryland beginning in the Summer of 2013. We are looking for individuals that are energetic, outgoing and eager to engage children through very fast-paced dynamic and interactive games, movement and music-based classes. A high level of comfort with dramatic play, puppets and physical activities is a must for this job. If you have not done this type of work, make sure will really enjoy it before you contact us! These are extremely fun classes but they require that you be flexible and open to new and creative approaches to teaching a foreign language to young children! Hours and Compensation: Hours are quite flexible. Our classes for Tot & Parent are typically in the am and early afternoon and Pre-school and Elementary classes are in the late afternoon. We also offer classes on the weekends and summer camp from July 15 through August 16. This is an unpaid internship that can be used for college credit or community service hours. We also look awesome on your resume! The number of classes you teach will depend on your availability. Hours typically range from 6 15 hours a week for classes. Summer camp is 35 hours a week. Ideal for a student with a part-time or flexible schedule. For more information about Lango, please visit our website at www.princegeorgeslango.org Please submit your resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. (Here's a tip: When applying for internships, it's always best to tailor your resume and cover letter to EACH position you apply for.) We look forward to hearing from you! Due to the overwhelming number of candidates, we will only contact the most highly qualified candidates for initial screening.
Seeking Volunteers and Interns for the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival, June 13 - 23 at L.A. LIVE
Los Angeles Film Festival 2011 — Los Angeles, CA
Now in its nineteenth year, the Los Angeles Film Festival showcases the best in new American and international cinema and provides the movie-loving public with access to some of the most critically acclaimed filmmakers, film industry professionals and emerging new talent by bringing them together in the heart of the entertainment capital of the world. Our volunteers and interns are a key component to making the Festival work. As a volunteer and intern, you have the opportunity to go behind the scenes and be at the forefront of the Festival. Volunteers and interns at the LA Film Fest are ambassadors for the filmmaking community and help ensure an enjoyable experience for both our Festival filmmakers and guests. Whether its working in theater operations, answering ticketing questions, or setting up a Q&A panel, you can help bring to life a world-class cinematic event. Volunteer Requirements: *Volunteers must attend one mandatory orientation meeting prior to the Festival (May 29 or June 1, 2013) *Volunteers must work a minimum of 20 hours during the Festival (June 13 23, 2013) Visit shiftboard.com/filmindependent and register to volunteer today. Intern Requirements: Interns assist with the preparations leading up to the Festival, ideally working with a department that matches their career interests. Internship dates vary by department, but generally begin in May and go through the end of June. Interns are required to work one day per week, and full time from June 10 28. Departments currently seeking Interns include Events, Production, Filmmaker Relations, Marketing, Publicity, Technical (A/V), Videography/Editing, Film Independent Membership Outreach, Theater Operations, Ticketing, and Volunteers. If interested, please send your resume/cover letter, along with your availability, area(s) of interest, and one professional reference to email@example.com with INTERN: [Your Name] in the subject line. Visit www.lafilmfest.com/festival-info/volunteer/ for more details on Volunteers and Interns. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Intern - Arts, Marketing, Theater, Media
Collaborative Arts — New Brunswick, NJ
Call for Interns for Fall 2010 and/or Spring 2011 Please have all applicants send a cover letter and resume directly to me at email@example.com, Subject Line: Collaborative Arts Internship. Students may receive academic credit, but this is not mandatory. We are currently seeking Fall 2010 and Spring 2010 interns for ALL Departments, which include: 1. Administration 2. Marketing 3. Media Archive (includes videography and photography) 4. Production (theatrical) 5. Visual Arts
Production and P.R Assistant
Riot Comedy Chicago — Chicago, IL
Riot Comedy: Bringing Jokes to the People, One Thursday Night at a Time. Three local comedians run this weekly stand up comedy showcase presenting some of Chicago's finest stand up comedy. We are looking for a couple interns to help with production, promotion, and video/photography/editing services. The show is every Thursday night at 9:30pm, set up starts between 8pm - 8:30pm. Schedules are very flexible. We would want an intern that is passionate about stand up comedy and supporting local artists and to help provide an amazing show for both audiences and performers.
Seeking Team Leaders For Summer & Fall 2011 Internships
Lamb to a Lion Productions — New York, NY — Virtual
This is a virtual internship.
SDC — Manhattan, NY
Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), the national theatrical labor union located in New York City, is seeking a Journalism Intern to assist with the new quarterly publication, SDC Journal, a magazine dedicated to exploring the craft of stage direction and choreography.
Biomedical Sales/ Servicing Internship
Kapalin Biosciences Inc. — Indian, VA
We are a leading company Specialized in Neurosurgical Equipments and are working on Innovations. Our Equipments are the latest product available in the world market with advanced Techniques. The product range includes Neurosurgery Drills, High Speed Neuro/ Ortho Drills, Aneurysm Clips, Stereotactic System, Neuro endoscopy systems, Cranial Perforators, Skull Clamp, Neuro Navigation Systems ( Image Guided Surgery Systems).
Spring Internships - Scene Magazine
Scene Magazine — Baton Rouge, LA
Scene Magazine is based at Raleigh Studios Baton Rouge, and has a very close relationship with the film industry. Interns are given an opportunity to participate in the creation of content published in print and on the web. Interns will work directly with the magazine's editor-in-chief. More information on Scene Magazine is available at www.scenelouisiana.com.