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Full-Time

Assistant Electrician (#17670): Job Description

Assistant Ticket Office Manager (#17641): Job Description

Please submit application materials for open positions through the UC-Berkeley's recruitment system: http://jobs.berkeley.edu

Temporary

Over-hire Stagehand (#16615) Job Description

Please submit application materials for open positions through the UC-Berkeley's recruitment system: http://jobs.berkeley.edu

Fellowships

The Cal Performances fellowship program provides valuable experience and skill building opportunities to individuals interested in pursuing or enhancing a career in arts administration. Under the direction of a staff mentor, fellows will work both independently and as part of a team, with a concentration in one particular department. Work assignments are developed to allow fellows to contribute in meaningful ways while gaining valuable insight into the various operations of the organization.

Cal Performances seeks applicants who have experience within the performing arts industry and who are seeking to expand and develop their skills for a successful career in arts administration. The fellowship program aims to assist individuals in transitioning from their current professional roles into the world of presenting arts professionals.

We have no open positions at this time.

Internships

The Cal Performances internship program offers students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain valuable practical experience and job skills in preparation for a career in arts administration. Interns will learn about the various departments and expertise that comprise a performing arts organization, and will support our work of presenting world renowned artists in one of the nation's most artistically diverse performing arts presenters. During their participation in the program, interns will work with a staff mentor on projects specific to their areas of interest. Because our work is collaborative, the intern will also work with many other staff members and build upon their overall understanding of our operations as well as build upon their professional network.

Cal Performances seeks applicants who have a strong interest and education in the performing arts, particularly in dance, theater and/or music. Successful applicants should possess the desire to promote an appreciation for the performing arts, as well as the skills listed on the internship description for which they are applying.

We are currently accepting applications for the following Internship position:

Education and Community Programs Intern [position description]

Application process: Interested applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, and two letters of recommendation. The cover letter should include: why you are interested in the Cal Performances internship; your performing arts background; your career objectives; and what qualities you possess that make you a strong candidate for the internship program. The letters of recommendation should be from employers, teachers, mentors, or others with whom you have worked in a formal capacity and who can speak to your professional strengths, skills and abilities.

Complete application materials can be mailed or emailed in PDF format to:

Cal Performances Internship Program
Human Resources Department
101 Zellerbach Hall #4800
Berkeley, CA 94720
jobsatcalperformances.org

UCB Student Opportunities

All open student positions are listed on the UC Berkeley Work-Study Program website. Please refer to work-study website at http://workstudy.berkeley.edu.

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Ticket Office: 510.642.9988

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