I don’t have interns.
I have assistants. (Did you know that one of the definitions of intern is “to put in jail”?”)
And every three months we hire a new group to assist us in all of our pursuits, from our Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, to our websites like BroadwaySpace.com and BestOfOffBroadway.com, and to things we haven’t even thought of yet.
Here are the details:
- Each Assistantship lasts for three months
- You must be willing to commit to at least 15 hours a week (weekdays and weekends are available).
- A $500 stipend is paid upon successful completion of the Assistantship program.
We are currently interviewing for a maximum of three Assistants for the next quarter (1/5/09 – 3/28/09). If you or anyone you know is interested, send your resume to my GM, Matt Kovich (who some of you may have met the other night at the social: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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