2023 Art Internship Program: Positions for Community College Students

In 2017, the Board of Supervisors expanded the number of positions funded through the Arts Internship Program as part of the Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative (CEII) in recognition of the unique role that workforce development opportunities like the Arts Internship Program play in addressing the continued disparities of equity and access to arts careers. The Board stipulated that the additional positions be reserved for community college students, emphasizing inclusivity of those from communities that experience barriers to arts access.

Below, is a list of all 35 organizations who have at least one position which must be filled by a community college student in the 2023 program.

Prospective interns from the Community Colleges should not feel limited to submitting applications only to these organizations, please apply to any positions of interest.  

A Noise Within

A Place Called Home

Angels Gate Cultural Center

Arts District San Pedro Waterfront

Beyond Baroque Foundation

Canyon Theatre Guild

Center Theatre Group of Los Angeles

City of Glendale

Community Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment

Community Partners (LA Commons)

East-West Players, Inc.

Ebony Repertory Theatre, Inc

Encore Theatre Group

Film Independent Inc.

Floricanto Dance Theatre

Get Lit - Words Ignite Inc.

Grand Vision Foundation

Invertigo Dance Theatre

Jewish Women's Theatre

KCRW Foundation, Inc.

Long Beach Opera

Los Angeles Philharmonic Association

Los Angeles Review of Books

Muae Publishing, Inc.


National Association of Latino Independent Producers

Parson's Nose Productions

Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County

Plaza de la Raza

Public Corporation for the Arts of the City of Long Beach

Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival

Shakespeare by the Sea

Tia Chucha's Centro Cultural

Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Young Storytellers