American Repertory Theater

64 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

Date Posted:
February 04, 2020

Eastern Massachusetts



Summer Internships at the American Repertory Theater


The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) offers a variety of internship opportunities across departments at the theater. Internships are designed to supplement classroom learning with practical learning experience and professional mentorship. Internships are designed for currently enrolled undergraduate students, though A.R.T. welcomes applications from all students enrolled in a degree program.

Please note that internships are not paid and housing is not provided. All applications for the upcoming summer semester are due on March 1stThe following internships are currently accepting applications:

- Fundraising/Development
- Graphic Design
- Public Relations
- Marketing
- Access and Equity
- Community Engagement
- Education

For more information about each of these internships and for how to apply, please visit the following page on A.R.T.’s website:
How To Apply:

To apply, please read the instructions and list of available internships on the website carefully and email your materials to Disregard of the requirements below will affect the success of your application. Your application email should include the following:

For semester-long internships: 
- In the subject line: Your name, the department(s), and semester for which you are applying.
- Attach a current resume and cover letter as PDF files. Please include your name in the filenames of all attachments.
- You may apply for more than one internship for the same semester. Separate cover letters for each internship are encouraged.

Apply by:
March 01, 2020
About this Organization:
The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) seeks to to expand the boundaries of theater by continuing to transform the ways in which work is developed, programmed, produced, and contextualized, always including the audience as a partner. The A.R.T. provides a home for outstanding directors, a training ground for young artists, and a vital cultural resource for the community.