Hershey Theatre, Hershey, PA

Education Department Internship with Hershey Theatre
Hershey Theatre seeks one qualified intern candidate to work with education department staff on ongoing educational outreach projects. A successful candidate will work spring 2009 semester, 20 hours per week, during normal operating hours (M-F 9:00 – 5:00) as well as occasional evenings and weekends. Additional hours may be required during the time frame of April until Mid-May when the concentration of work will be in preparation of the Apollo Awards program to be held Monday, May 18 at the theatre.

Example of duties:

•Work on collaboration between schools and touring Broadway shows

•Digital, audio and video work in preparation for live Apollo Awards show

•Office work to include mailings, phone contacts, computer data input, etc.

Qualifications:

•College Junior or Senior in Theater, Communications, Mass Media or related field

•Exceptional computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point

•Experience working in digital images, presentation software, multimedia and video production a plus

•Excellent written and oral communication skills

•Detail oriented

•Ability to work independently

•Valid driver’s license
Starting and ending dates of the internship are negotiable.

Please send cover letter, resume and three references to:
Tony Measley, Education Department
Hershey Theatre
15 E. Caracas Avenue, P.O. Box 395
Hershey, PA 17033
or email TLMeasley@hersheytheatre.com

Visit http://www.hersheytheatre.com/education/internships.php for more information
 

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