Invertigo Dance Theatre is a contemporary dance company, creating thought-provoking programming that tells compelling stories, promotes artistic and physical empowerment, utilizes diversity in collaboration, and is accessible to communities that might not otherwise find joy in dance. In addition to making performances culturally and financially accessible, their Dancing Through Parkinson's and Invert/ED community programs offer classes and workshops to dancers of all ages and abilities.
The Production & Community Programs Intern will be an important member of our small staff and will help make our upcoming performances successful. The intern will see all aspects of how a lively performing arts organization functions on a daily basis. Invertigo's staff will work with the intern to make this a great internship and gain the kind of experiences that will be most interesting and helpful. Most of the intern’s work will be between 9am-6pm, Monday-Friday, at the Invertigo office, with some local travel to events or performances. We may ask the intern to help with a few evening or weekend events.
Desired qualifications include: interest or background in dance, performing arts, production, and community engagement; excellent writing skills, experience marketing an organization or event through social media; proficiency with Google Docs and MS Office; curiosity and an inquisitive mind; self motivated, the ability to work independently, as well as working in a collaborative and professional manner with a wide range of team members. Being detail-oriented and the able to organize data in Excel and Google docs is very important to this internship.
Because the Production & Community Programs Intern will be present at rehearsals and events, some kind of reliable transportation is very important. This can be public transportation as long as the intern is adept at navigating the routes and reliably arrives on time.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com and use “LACAC Production & Community Programs Intern” as the email subject. In your cover letter please describe which part of the job or project description is most interesting to you and what you would like to gain from this internship experience. Candidates may be asked for writing or work samples and references.