American Ballet Theatre provides professional opportunities for
young adults looking to gain invaluable experience in the fields
of arts education and arts administration.
Through project-based activities, interns will assist within a
specific department, and be introduced to the daily functions that
take place in making ABT one of the most prestigious ballet companies
in the world.
Internship opportunities can include supporting the Special Events
department in preparation for major events, assisting with ticketing
and seating requests for major donors in the Development department,
or serving as a Teaching Artist’s assistant for ABT’s
acclaimed Make a Ballet program.
Read about interns' experiences on the ABT Intern Blog.
Applicants may apply for one of three semesters:
January 31 - May 30, 2014
Deadline: November 25, 2013
June 5- August 7, 2014
Deadline: March 4, 2014
September 12 - December 12, 2014
Deadline: August 1, 2014
Each semester American Ballet Theatre will offer a minimum of 5 internship opportunities throughout the organization. Each intern participating in the ABT Internship program will receive a monthly travel and meal stipend.
In addition to working with ABT mentors, interns will collectively
participate in workshops and seminars to both enhance their professional
careers as well as broaden their exposure to arts administration.
Experiences will include opportunities to meet with ABT Department
Heads, as well as professional development exercises in resume building
and interviewing skills.
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*Intern expectations and credit/compensation are unique to
Please send a resume and cover letter (specifically stating for
which internship(s) you are applying), as well as a completed Internship
Application Form to:
|American Ballet Theatre|
c/o Dennis Walters
New York, NY 10003
||or Fax: 212-419-4396
or Email: email@example.com
Letters of Recommendation are encouraged but not required.
ABT gratefully acknowledges its partnership with YoungArts,
the core program of the National Foundation for Advancement in the
Arts, and applauds the Foundation’s outstanding commitment
to support young artists and ABT’s pre-professional training