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La Jolla Playhouse Internship Program (unpaid) DUE March 1, 2018

The La Jolla Playhouse Internship Program offers an exciting opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to gain professional experience by working side-by-side with extraordinary artists, administrators and technicians. Both full-time and part-time internships are available throughout the year. Your application will not be considered until all the materials have been submitted.

Applications for the La Jolla Playhouse Internship Program are accepted on a rolling basis. Please submit an application online by using the link below. An application, cover letter, resume and two letters of recommendation must be received prior to consideration. Detailed submission instructions are provided in the application.

You may also mail your application materials to:

La Jolla Playhouse
Attn: Internship Program
P.O. Box 12039
La Jolla, CA 92039

Please note that La Jolla Playhouse does not offer any stipend or housing as part of the Internship Program.

The La Jolla Playhouse Internship Program is only open to current undergraduate and graduate students. If you are a high school student interested in becoming involved at La Jolla Playhouse please consider learning more about our Student Board of Trustees.

Internships are available in the following departments:

Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Graduate Student Summer Internship (unpaid) DUE March 15, 2018

Costume & Textiles Internship - Collections Management


The Costume and Textiles Department is undertaking a comprehensive inventory, digitization, and rehousing project of the collection. Collections Management ensures works of art in storage areas are accessible, housed in standardized environmental conditions, and are preserved while in storage. Under the supervision of the Senior Collections Administrator, the internship program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn about collections care and long term preservation goals specific to costumes and textiles. The intern will gain experience in handling artworks, preparing archival materials for artwork housing, conducting inventories, and navigating the museum database.

Minimum Qualifications

This non-compensatory internship is appropriate for post-graduate and graduate students from the following majors: costume studies, material culture, museum studies, art history, or library science. Candidates must have completed a bachelor’s degree before the start of the internship.  Preference will be given to candidates currently in an academic program who have completed courses in costume and textiles history, collections management, fundamentals of conservation science, and have basic sewing skills. Academic credit can be arranged.

To Apply 

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Nancy Carcione, Costume and Textiles Department, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036; or email

Pixar Internship Program DUE March 4, 2018

Exciting internship and residency opportunities await college students and recent graduates! Twelve-week and six-month terms offered year-round in: 

  • Animation
  • Art
  • Business Operations
  • Editorial
  • Marketing
  • Production Management
  • RenderMan
  • Software Research & Development
  • Story
  • Systems
  • Technical Direction


  • Enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate program, or have graduated within one year from start of internship


  • Work alongside Pixar employees and contribute as members of the team
  • Enjoy employee access to company wide events and amenities, such as screenings, lectures, fitness facilities, and food
  • Actively participate in Pixar's social, educational and civic programs
  • Get paid (in addition, housing assistance is offered to non-local interns)

UCDC Internship Program (fall or winter 2018 quarter) DUE March 12th at 5pm

The UCDC (quarter in Washington, D.C.) Program supervises and supports students who pursue internships and academic study in the nation’s capital. The program is open through a competitive application process to juniors and seniors (occasionally sophomores) in all majors. Students enroll for fall, winter, or spring quarter, earn 12-17 course credits, and continue to be registered as full-time students. Applicant selection is based on academic record, a written statement, letters of recommendation, and possibly a personal interview.

Students spend 30 hours each week at their internships.  Washington, D.C. offers a wide array of internship possibilities, from working on Capitol Hill or in a government agency to interning for a major media outlet, a nonprofit organization, or a cultural institution. Internship placements are geared toward student interests, including but not limited to:

-government and public policy
-science and the environment
-human rights
-electoral politics
-the arts 
-business and finance
-media and communications 

Students also attend a weekly research seminar.  An essential component of the Washington program, the seminar enables students to draw on Washington’s rich variety of research opportunities to complete a research paper on a subject related to their internships.  In addition to the research seminar, students may also opt to take one upper-division elective course from a range of classes offered by faculty at the Washington Center.  Elective classes are offered in several disciplines, including the social and natural sciences, arts and humanities.  All courses take advantage of Washington’s unique resources for study and research.


Students from all majors are encouraged to apply. Admission is competitive. To be eligible for consideration, students must:

  • Currently be a junior or senior (although sophomores from natural sciences and engineering majors may also apply).
  • Have a strong academic record.
  • Provide two strong letters of recommendation (if possible from faculty rather than TAs or employers). 

Final decisions will be made approximately one month from the application deadline. A mandatory orientation for accepted students will happen near the end of the previous quarter (e.g., orientation for fall quarter will be held the preceding spring, etc.).


Admission will be based upon the student's statement of purpose, academic record, letters of recommendation, and in some cases a personal interview. Consideration is also given to the distribution of academic disciplines participating in the program. Participation in UCDC changes the way in which a student meets residency requirements for a degree. Contact your college academic preceptor for more information.

Nickelodeon Animation Internship Program DUE April 1, 2018

Love the world of storytelling? So do we! An internship at Nickelodeon can launch you on an exciting, fun-filled career in children’s entertainment. Nickelodeon produces hits like SpongeBob SquarePants, The Loud House, School of Rock, Shimmer and Shine, Game Shakers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more! When people think about an internship, they envision just getting coffee and slaving away behind a copy machine where everyone knows you as "The Intern.” Here at Nickelodeon, we know your name and we view our internship as a true mentorship program where you (insert your name here!) will get the chance to immerse yourself in meaningful projects; where you will feel like a valuable part of team…because you are! Here, we call our interns "NICKterns," and if you get coffee it will be for yourself! Some perks to being a NICKtern? Networking with studio executives and artists, having lunch with renown show creators and producers, going to free movie screenings, and so much more.

Available Internships in the following departments:

  • Animation Productions
  • Animation Development (Nick/Nick Jr.)
  • Animation Lab
  • Archive & Resource Library
  • Casting (Animation/Live Action)
  • Community Outreach
  • Digital Operations
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Game Development & Engineering
  • Live Action Production
  • Music & Talent (Live Action)
  • Post Production
  • Press & Communications
  • Original Movie Development
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Special Events
  • Talent Management
  • Talent Outreach & Development
  • TV Production Technologies
  • Wardrobe

The Women’s Museum of California Internship Program DUE May 31, 2018

We seek qualified candidates to assist in a wide range of museum operations. We offer a number of projects that can offer the candidate experience in Educational Outreach and Development, Museum Library & Archives, Marketing, Event Coordination, and Exhibition Preparation & Production. We do also accept interns on a rolling basis, however priority is given to those applying before the deadline.

Internships require a minimum commitment of 120 hours and 10 weeks. If your school's internship requirements are less than the Museum's internal minimum, please disclose the required hours and timeframe in your application. If candidates are seeking school credit, it is important that candidates check with affiliate institutions and meet organizations’ requirements as well.

Luna Dance Institute (stipend) DUE April 2018

Luna Dance Institute offers a summer internship program for those wanting to gain proficiency working with a non-profit organization in the field of dance education. Interns receive a stipend and/or the opportunity to participate in a free professional learning course taught by Luna faculty.

Interns are expected to have experience interacting with children and following through with administrative tasks.

Preliminary Intern Duties include:

  • Assist with summer dance camps and provide support for teaching artists
  • Lead activities for summer camp dancers
  • Set-up camp technology and art materials
  • Help maintain dance studio
  • Support all aspects of promotion and public relations
  • Prepare copies and literature for professional learning courses
  • Organize catering for Summer Institute
  • Create sign-in sheets and assist with workshop set-up
  • Collaborate with Luna staff

To apply: Please email Cherie Hill at to request an application.


Funding Opportunities


Up to Us - Year of Action

Through Up to Us, student leaders mobilize their community on campus to understand why fiscal policy matters and how those policies and the national debt affect our generation’s economic outlook and fiscal futures through creative and engaging non-partisan activities. It’s simple! Pick from a list of activities designed to make an impact. We’ll give you the tools, training, and funding to ensure your activation has what it needs to be successful so you can reap the rewards.

Prizes & Benefits

  • Resume building leadership and project management experience
  • Up to $150 to host your event
  • $150 bonus stipend for reaching your participant goals
  • Entry into raffle to win $100 for reaching Up to Us Pledge goals
  • Opportunity to win an iPad, cash prizes and more!

Select Your Activity

Film Fest - Screen a collection of short films or a documentary about the national debt and its impacts. Follow the screening with a moderated discussion.

Hosting stipend: $100

Participant goal: 25

Up to Us pledge goal: 25

Time commitment: 8-10 hours

Trivia Game Night - Students attend a game night where they form teams and are tested on their national debt knowledge and current events.

Hosting stipend: $100

Participant goal: 25

Up to Us pledge goal: 25

Time commitment: 8-10 hours

Taco Bout the Debt Tabling Event Make a splash on campus by handing out tacos with national debt facts. This is a light-touch event meant to grab people’s attention.

Hosting stipend: $150

Participant goal: 200

Up to Us pledge goal: 25

Time commitment: 10-12 hours

Apply today at Questions? Contact Kelly Chan at