Education Paid Internship – Fall 2022


The Center’s Education Department reaches over 300,000 individuals each year with a variety of programs designed to create sustainable creative arts experiences for children, teachers and families. The Education intern will gain hands on experience in many aspects of arts education by working on such programs as Segerstrom Center’s On Stage and Family Series performances, Disney Musicals in Schools and Arts Teach. Assignments may include planning and facilitating kid friendly pre- show activities, welcoming and assisting students and teachers for field trip performances, helping with masterclasses and teacher professional development sessions and researching and editing educational materials such as study guides, brochures and evaluations. Internship is greatly enhanced by attending events, which may include some weekend and evening events.

Internship Basics

All internships are paid at the rate of $15 per hour. Internships require an average of 10 hours per week (built around your school schedule) over 12 weeks (120 hours total). ​Internships offer academic credit. Each semester includes 6-8 professional development sessions. Internships offer hands-on work experiences and opportunities to build a professional network.


Requirements for our fall/spring internships are: Interns must be authorized to work in the U.S. and must be 18 years of age or older. Interns must be registered for credit from their college institution. Interns must be able to complete a minimum of 120 hours during the 12-week internship. Interns must be available to attend professional development sessions from 2pm-3pm on Fridays. Interns must have received or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by the start date of the internship. Segerstrom Center for the Arts will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified interns with disabilities or for a sincerely held religious belief.

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Expires: 2022-08-05


Segerstrom Center for the Arts




600 Town Circle Dr





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