Internships at A Work in Progress provide valuable educational experiences, as they facilitate student learning outside of the classroom. Our internship program is part of the foundation of the company, as we seek to encourage students in their giftings so that they may be able to develop a career pathway in the arts if they so desire. Supported by professionals, they are given tasks according to their schedule and abilities. Interns can choose to participate as class assistants and work their way up to student teaching entire classes! But they interns themselves can tell you better – check out our “Intern Episode Project” by the Media Department:

Now accepting intern applications for our 7th season: 2019-2020! The following internships are available…

  • Assistant Director of the Mainstage
  • Assistant Director(s) of the Junior Production
  • Stage Managers
  • Light Designers
  • Set designers
  • Writing interns (writing scripts for the junior production and other smaller workshops throughout the year)
  • Dance interns
  • High Notes choir interns
  • and more!

Click here to fill out the application!

Please note that we are looking for responsible students who will put the effort into checking communications daily and coming prepared to the job 🙂

One Comment

  1. What does a costume intern do. My daughter Katelyn is 16 and would like to learn to sew. This seems like a good opportunity. She works well with others in youth group at church and handing out flyers for church. She is a great helper to me with my piano students as well as in my cleaning business. She wants to be a teacher and is starting college courses online this Fall. Please advise.

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