Apr 18, 2023


Santa Monica, CA

Position Summary:

The Education & Community Programs Intern supports the development and
implementation of educational programs, community activations and all materials in
preparation for BroadStage’s 2023/24 season. He/She/They will work closely with the
Education and Community Programs Manager to research and create seasonal
Learning Guides, plan student matinees and master classes, as well as other
community activations. This internship will involve working with our various partners,
including families, teachers, college students and personnel, and community
organizations. As part of the Programming Department, The Education & Community
Programs Intern will also work with other departments as appropriate, participating in
the collaborative work culture of our non-profit, performing arts venue.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Support Education & Community Programs Manager
  • Attend and support all Activation programs
  • Track registration and attendance of Activation programs
  • Research artists and topics pertinent to program development
  • Contribute to education and community outreach efforts for the department
  • Collect and organize digital content
  • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:

  • Self-starter who can work independently after receiving direction on definable
  • Ability to work with a team.
  • Resourcefulness and efficiency with meeting deadlines.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Basic experience with Word and Excel spreadsheets.
  • Familiarity with varied research techniques.
  • Ability to develop action plans and establish timelines.
  • Strong interest in arts education.
  • Experience in event management is helpful.
  • Knowledge of the performing arts is useful.
  • Strong writing and editing skills are a plus.

Location: This position is based in Santa Monica, California. We will adhere to the L.A.
County Arts Internship guidelines in terms of scheduling on-site and/or remote work as it
relates to our current remote work/on-site hybrid workplace.


$16.90/hour, Full or Part Time, Non-Exempt


Consecutive weeks, totaling 400 hours. Start date is flexible (preferably on or after
June 15, 2023). The number of weeks and weekly hours is negotiable. A total of 400
must be completed by March 1, 2023.

How to Apply: Review LA County Arts Internship Program Eligibility Requirements. If
eligible, please submit your cover letter and resume to education@broadstage.org and
include “Education & Community Programs Intern” in the subject line of the e-mail.

Extended Deadline: Applications due by Sunday April 30, 2023

At BroadStage, we believe that the performing arts are a source of joy, nourishment,
and connection, and that art flourishes when we all cooperate to create a space for it.
BroadStage recognizes that the values of equity, diversity, inclusion, access, justice,and

respect must be fundamental to our work, and it is the responsibility of our board,
staff, artists, and patrons to create a welcoming environment for all. We take pride in the
culture we are cultivating within our organization, as we celebrate the differences that
bring us closer together.
BroadStage is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants for
employment will have full and equal access to employment opportunities.