Internships at the Arden
The Dr. Mindy Goldberg Rose Internship Fund was founded in 2022 to honor the life of longtime Arden friend Dr. Mindy Goldberg Rose, and her commitment to education, the arts, and making lives better.
About the Program
Over the years, fostering the next generation of theatre professionals through real world experience has been at the center of the Arden’s endeavors. The Goldberg Rose Internship program is designed to offer students and emerging theatre professionals the opportunity to learn new skills while being mentored by experienced theater professionals. This Fund will allow greater access to meaningful experiences, stronger connection to the larger network of theatre professionals and have a resonating impact on our work on stage.
Eligibility and Compensation
Paid internship applications are being accepted now for Arden’s 2023/24 season. Selected participants must be available to participate for a twelve-week period, working up to 20 hours-per-week at a rate of $12/hour. Internships are open to early professionals interested in beginning careers in performing arts management, administration, and/or arts education. Internships may be for credit with a student’s college or university, or for academic purposes with a student’s academic coursework, but credit is not required. Internships are available in the following areas:
- General Management
- Marketing and Public Relations
- Development (Special Events & Fundraising)
Interns will work with their supervisors to develop a list of learning objectives and goals that they would like to accomplish and are assigned a project to be completed during their time at the Arden.
We are accepting applications for fall/winter internships from now until October 12th, 2023.
Please note, to be considered for the fall session (October-November), applications must be submitted by September 30th, 2023.
To apply, please submit the following firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Cover Letter
- Letter of Recommendation
- Completed Application Form
Arden Theatre Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing an environment of mutual respect. Equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Applicants from historically underrepresented groups in the theatre industry are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Dr. Mindy Goldberg Rose Internship Fund is made possible thanks to the generous support of Charles Rose. Additional support to the Fund comes from Nancy and Bob Elfant, Robert and Patti Goodman, Jack and Bethanie Gorny, Ellen Panofsky and Mark Noel, Jon Panofsky and Joseph Croft, Dr. Allison Rose and Mr. Josh Rose, Heidi and Mitchel Rubin, Patricia Sklar.
To make your contribution to the Goldberg Rose Internship Fund, or to create your own named fund, contact Director of Development Jessica Abel at 215.922.8900 x149 or email@example.com.