A summer spent as an intern at Starlight Theatre is packed with learning, real-world experience, new friendships and, of course, live theatre, concerts and associated events.
Hiring managers across all departments at Starlight are now accepting applications from motivated, hard-working and creative college students who want to spend summer 2018 experiencing and assisting with the operation of a professional theatre.
The deadline to apply for one of 15 summer positions offered in Starlight’s Bob Rohlf Internship Program is Friday, Feb. 26.
Internships at Starlight are paid positions. Those college students selected work closely with professionals throughout the nonprofit Starlight organization. They gain extensive, hands-on experience while contributing to the success of Starlight’s Broadway and concert seasons, education programs and more.
In 2018, Starlight internships are offered in the areas of accounting, development/fundraising, education, facilities, group sales, horticulture, information systems, marketing, operations and technical production. Those hired as production interns will assist with Starlight’s self-production of the musical Hairspray.
Starlight has employed interns since 1984. The program was renamed in 2008 to honor longtime theatre President and CEO Bob Rohlf upon his retirement after 29 years at Starlight. The Bob Rohlf Internship Program was established with a gift and directive from Starlight benefactors Don and Adele Hall.