The Madison Project is the presenting non-profit at the Eli and Edythe Broad Stage at Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center. The Madison Project offers the general public a broad spectrum of multicultural programs and performing arts genres, featuring artists from the local community, the nation and around the world. Programming includes high-level professional productions in dance, theater, voice recitals, chamber orchestra, film, lectures, education and outreach programs, among others.

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The Education & Community Programs internship at The Broad Stage will support the development of programs and materials for the Education & Community Programs department in preparation for their 2019/20 season. The Education & Community Programs Intern will work closely with staff to assist in the creation of curriculum, study guides and education engagement activities. This internship will involve communicating with community partners; connecting with education supporters and patrons; and interfacing with college students and personnel. The Education & Community Programs Intern will also help to maintain files and track contracts with all teaching artists and art partners. Interdepartmental interaction is a primary focus of the internship at The Broad Stage and the Education & Community Programs Intern will also work closely with multiple departments for a greater multi-faceted view of Education & Community Programs and non-profit presenting.


The applicant should be a self-starter who, with direction, can work independently on definable projects. He/she must also have the ability to work with a team and meet deadlines. Applicant should have good people and communication skills, basic experience with Word and Excel spreadsheets, and be familiar with varied research techniques. Applicant should have ability to summarize and draft minutes as well as help devise action plans and timelines. A strong interest in artistic and business administration, development, marketing, artists contracts and negotiation, theater operations and patron services, education and community programs as well as experience in event management is helpful. Knowledge of classical and modern theater, music, and dance is also useful.

How to Apply

Internship information or to apply with a cover letter and resume, please email * Education & Community Programs Intern in the subject line. Applications due by Sunday, May 5, 2019. The Broad Stage encourages eligible students from all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds to apply.