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Current or recently graduated students are encouraged to apply for Raven Theatre’s internship program! Candidates should be able to commit to between 10 and 15 hours per week for a minimum of 12 weeks during regular office hours (10am-6pm, Monday through Friday) with some required evening availability for rehearsals, performances, or special events.

All Raven internships are unpaid. Interns receive complimentary tickets to all Raven productions and academic credit (if available through your university). Two-semester and summer internships are available upon request. Raven Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Artistic Production Intern

Working under Artistic Producer Cole von Glahn, the Artistic Production Intern will be central to Raven’s artistic operations. Your work will focus on the successful preparation and execution of Raven’s mainstage programming from beginning to end.

Successful candidates are theatrical artists and/or producers, proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, excellent communicators, precisely organized, highly professional, and seeking a career in artistic administration and/or producing.


– Producing the Quill reading series
– Managing and monitoring auditions
– Reading scripts
– Participating in talkbacks and other special events – Supporting mainstage programming
– Processing artistic and production communications
– Other administrative, artistic, and production tasks as assigned

Arts Administration Intern

Working under the Marketing Manager, the Arts Administration Intern is an essential part of Raven’s team. Interns will work closely with all departments and develop a deep understanding of how Raven is run.

Successful candidates are theatrical artists or future non-profit administrators, proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, excellent communicators, precisely organized, highly professional, and excited to learn the ins and outs of running a non-profit theatre. 

– Participation in strategy meetings
– Data collection & organization for individual productions
– Help with audience mailing campaigns and e-blasts
– Generating social media/web content for production & education marketing
– Assisting the Audience Services Manager Michael Allen with audience engagement events & logistics
– Annual gala support
– Assistance at after-hours special events
– Assist our Education department with tracking assessments for “Take Flight” annual reports
– Helping to organize and manage materials for teaching artists for use during in-school residencies
– General office duties