The Actors Theatre Workshop’s Internship and Volunteer programs provide unique social and educational opportunities for local and international students and community members. These opportunities are accessible to diverse groups of people who gain and contribute professional workforce experience in various projects that help change people’s lives, and bring art, creativity, and theatre to our community.
Interns and volunteers are trained and supported by a senior management staff with extensive professional experience in organizational management, creative theatre techniques and educational programming as well as experience in marketing, finance, and professional writing. The ATW senior staff put forth considerable time into project development, scheduling, task priorities and the tracking of intern and volunteer progress.
The program begins with a one-to-two-week training in theatre operations and enriched by reading essays written by ATW’s Artistic Director and Founder Thurman E. Scott, as well as viewing video tape documentaries of past programs and productions. The training period allows volunteers to learn about ATW’s core mission and creative philosophy while gaining hands-on knowledge of its operations.
Both interns and volunteers provide support for ATW management, development, and production activities. Interns and volunteers receive one-on one training with consistent support throughout the participants’ duration in the program and in the preparation of the final public presentation which showcases their professional development to all ATW program participants.
The roles available include positions in fields ranging from Accounting, Business, Marketing, and Sales to Human Services, Information Technology and Computer Science.
To learn about the internship opportunity, please visit https://www.actorstheatreworkshop.com/get-involved/internship-program/.
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Telephone: (212) 947-1386