TAT Education Internship (Fall/Winter/Spring)

Theatre Arts Training (TAT) offers school-year classes and summer camps for students ages 2 – 18 (4 – 18 in the summer). Our classes range from beginning exploration to advanced training with an emphasis on process and skill development. As part of CTC’s commitment to access, TAT’s classes and camps are available to all students of all abilities.

The Theatre Arts Training Teaching Internship provides professional theatre teaching artist training for undergraduate and graduate students as well as early career educators (find opportunities for high school students here). Through observations, mentor guidance, trainings, supervisor-feedback, and in-class practicums, interns gain experience in classroom-management, lesson-creation, and instruction for students ages 2 – 18.

Our academic year program features classes in the fall (9 weeks), winter (9 weeks) and spring (6 weeks). Interns are welcome to join us for just one session, but for the greatest impact and rigor we highly recommend interning for 2 – 3 consecutive sessions. Learning projects for the interns will include: classroom warm-ups and exercises, small group work, and the overall success of classroom experience.

The ideal candidate will have a commitment to theatre and sincere interest in sharing this experience with young people. Strong communication skills, ability to function as a member of a team, adaptability, and creative problem-solving skills are essential. General knowledge of the theatre, youth development, educational process, and administration are preferred.

2019 – 2020 DATES:
Fall: September 23 – November 23
Winter: January 21 – March 23
Spring: April 6 – May 16

 

TAT Education Internship (Summer)

Theatre Arts Training (TAT) offers summer camps for students ages 4 18 (2 18 for fall/winter/spring classes). Our camps range from beginning exploration to advanced training and performance opportunities with an emphasis on process and skill development. As part of CTC’s commitment to access, TAT’s classes and camps are available to all students of all abilities.

The Theatre Arts Training Internship provides professional theatre teaching artist training for undergraduate and graduate students as well as early career educators (find opportunities for high school students here). Through observation, mentor guidance, trainings, supervisor-feedback, and in-class practicum interns gain experience in classroom-management, lesson-creation, and instruction for students ages 2 18.

Our Summer Program is 9 weeks of week-long camps where interns take a collaborative role in the classroom with our professional faculty. Learning projects will include: classroom warm-ups and exercises, small group work, and the overall success of classroom experience, as well as practicing independent leadership.

The ideal candidate will have a commitment to theatre and a sincere interest in sharing this experience with young people. Strong communication skills, ability to function as a member of a team, adaptability, and creative problem-solving skills are essential. General knowledge of the theatre, youth development, and educational process is preferred.

SUMMER 2020 APPLICATION DEADLINE: Rolling

 

Neighborhood Bridges Internship (Fall-Spring)

As part of the Center for Innovation in Theatre Education, the Neighborhood Bridges program internships are designed for students who are interested in how storytelling, theatre and creative writing are used to support students in becoming the storytellers of their own lives.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or current enrollment in theatre, education, or arts degree program; enthusiastic and self-motivated individual with strong ability to build relationships with diverse communities; working knowledge of theatre education and public schools are a plus. Neighborhood Bridges Interns must be able to travel to off-site meetings and programs.

2019-2020 School-year internship application deadline has passed.