Student stage carpenters, riggers, electricians, board operators,
and sound technicians are all encouraged to apply for a position
on the festival’s tech intern roster. Tech interns receive free housing and board. Please note: tech interns must have paid registration to festival to participate. These
students assist with the load-ins and strikes of visiting productions
and help with the backstage aspects of other festival events as
well. It is an opportunity to work in a new-to-you venue with
faculty and students from other area colleges. While the work
can be hard, and at times, the hours long, interns in years past
have described the event as an eye-opening and awesome experience.
The tech intern schedule is such that there is still plenty of
free time to attend many conference sessions, events, and performances.
Interested students wishing to learn more about this program are encouraged to send their question to
James Petty 2nd Co-Vice Chair of Design, Technology and Management for Region I at email@example.com. Students wishing to be considered for this opportunity should send an updated resume and a letter of recommendation from a sponsoring faculty member to this same email address by December 15, 2013.
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