EXPERIENCE THE WORLD OF REPERTORY OPERA
The Glimmerglass Festival offers summer internships in production, administration and artistic administration. Our well-known internship program provides a unique combination of practical, work and educational programs, each designed to further professional growth.
Our interns join the program after gaining an interest and some experience through their academic studies. Interns work directly with noted professionals under the guidance of supervisors and staff from many of the best theaters, opera companies and schools in the nation. Interns are engaged for a period of 7 – 18 weeks, with some positions beginning as early as April.
Each intern will receive a meal allowance of $225.00 per week and free housing.
“…my experience at Glimmerglass was instrumental in guiding my decision to pursue my career.”
Timothy Pennell, Public Relations Intern
“I am forever indebted to my many Glimmerglass mentors, and cannot thank them enough….”
Nick Covault, Artistic Administration Intern
If you have not received a response at this time, please be advised we are still considering applications for 2nd and 3rd choice positions
Box Office 5 positions. Mid May – August 26. Assist with ticket sales, patron services, and preparation of income reports. Interns will also help with VIP requests and coordinating group activities. Requires organizational, communication and interpersonal skills, as well as computer literacy. Customer service skills are desirable.
Development 3 positions. Early May-late August. Assist with administration and execution of summer fundraising programs and events, including: prospect research, analysis of prospective donors and the subsequent one-on-one engagement of selected patrons. Provide assistance to VIP patrons with tickets and trip logistics; help with general development administration and long-range projects, such as the annual fund campaign and grant preparation. Successful interns will be energetic, fast-working, computer literate and have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as a good sense of humor. Graphic design, publishing/editing experience a plus but not required.
House Management 1 position. Late May-late August. Assist House Manager with management of theater and secondary venues to ensure audience comfort and safety; solicit, schedule and train volunteer ushers. Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Prior front of house experience a plus.
If you have not received a response at this time, please be advised we are still considering applications for 2nd and 3rd choice positions.
YAP Housing and Transportation Intern: 2 positions. May 14 – August 27. Primary duties of the YAP Housing and Transportation Interns include assisting the Young Artist Program Residence Manager in scheduling Young Artist travel and working in conjunction with the Housing & Transportation department to provide transportation for all YAPs artists to multiple venues. Successful candidates must be highly organized, reliable, team-oriented, energetic, and able to stay positive and calm with a fluctuating schedule and assignments. Proficiency in Word and Excel is a plus. This position will include weekend and some evenings. A valid driver’s license and clean record are required. This is primarily a driving position. Housing provided.