Administrative Internships are for those who are interested in working in all areas outside of the Production Department. Hours and commitment for internship positions are determined by each department. Internships are unpaid and housing is not provided.
To apply for any of these internships, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to our Education Director, Joshua S. Ritter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Producing Intern works under the supervision of the Associate Producer and Line Producer to observe first-hand the process of bringing a Goodspeed production from inception to the stage. Duties include analyzing and reviewing script submissions; general correspondence; clerical work; and other tasks as assigned. Requirements: Excellent writing, communication, research skills and computer proficiency (Excel and Word.) Must have his/her own transportation.
The Education/Library Intern works under the supervision of the Education & Library Director and Education & Library Assistant. Duties include assisting with the annual Festival of New Artists, NYU Writers Residency, and educational Intensives; conducting research for a variety of educational projects; assisting with projects in the Scherer Library of Musical Theatre; planning for other Goodspeed Institute educational intensives; general correspondence clerical work; and other tasks as assigned. Requirements: Completion of at least freshman year of college and a demonstrated interest in Theatre Education. Candidates must have an attention to detail, excellent writing, communication, and research skills. Interns should also be proficient in using Excel and Word. Must have his/her own transportation.
The Marketing/PR Intern works under the supervision of the Advertising Manager and Public Relations Manager. Duties include assisting with special events, photo shoots and press events; writing and editing copy, exposure to design and layout of direct mail pieces and print ads, press release editing, maintaining press and photo archives, poster and brochure distribution, updating the press and patron list database, assisting with creating audience surveys and new e-marketing concepts. Requirements: Completion of at least freshman year of college, computer proficiency (Excel, Word, some Photoshop or InDesign experience helpful). Must have his/her own transportation and must be willing to work occassional evenings and weekends.
The Development Intern works under the supervision of the Director of Development. Duties include researching corporate and foundation opportunities, preparing reports on identified funders and grants, data entry, filing, mail preparation, and assisting with the day-to-day operations of the department. Requirements: Excellent organizational skills, research skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently.