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Manhattan Theatre Club, New York, NY

The Paul A. Kaplan Theatre Management Program at Manhattan Theatre Club
is a comprehensive, full-time and part-time internship program. If you are an undergraduate student, graduate student, recent college graduate or an early-career professional, you could be part of this fantastic program!

• Work Monday through Friday from 10am-6pm
• Are provided a weekly stipend of $50 (though we are unable to provide housing assistance).
• Have their own desk, computer, phone and email account just like our full-time staff members.
• Are given intensive training as well as specific duties and projects in one department under the guidance of experienced supervisors.
• Attend full-staff meetings.
• Attend weekly educational seminars taught by MTC Department Heads and guests from the MTC extended creative family.
• Are assigned a mentor: a Staff Member from outside of their department to give them a fuller picture of how MTC works.


Before submitting your application, please look over our FAQ section for some helpful hints.

A complete application consists of the following:
1. An MTC application form (click here for application)
2. A cover letter indicating your three areas of interest
3. A resume including administrative and theatrical (if applicable) experience
4. One letter of recommendation (employer, professor, etc.)

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