Internships

NBYT offers internships for ages 16 and up to assist on productions and in educational programs. Internships may include one to two-weeks working on technical production for a performance, up to four-weeks working on the summer production, or longer opportunities in educational programs.

Interns may assist with warm-ups, instruction, rehearsals, and other activities; may assist with set design, building, or painting, with costume and/or prop making and coordination, or with load-ins and load-outs; may assist with sound, lights, and technical production; and/or may assist Directors, Stage Managers, Teaching Artists, and other adult staff in supervising younger program participants.

All interns must be reliable, punctual, and responsible for their own transportation. Stipends paid will vary depending upon the time commitment involved. For more details and application procedures, please click here.

Volunteer Opportunities

NBYT regularly seeks volunteers to assist with set painting, marketing and publicity, fundraising and event planning, and at performances to sell tickets, concessions, and raffle tickets.

Volunteers can choose to give a set number of hours weekly, or to work on a project-by-project basis. Volunteers can work in one area regularly, or in a variety of areas.

In general, volunteers should be age 16 or older. To apply, please contact jobs@nbyt.org.

Employment

NBYT periodically accepts resumes from teaching artists, directors, choreographers, musical directors, stage managers, technical directors, and designers.

All teaching and directing positions require experience and enthusiasm for working with children at some level from Preschool through Grade 12. Design and technical positions are part-time, flexible, and may include the opportunity to teach design workshops. Experienced college or graduate students are welcome to apply.

To apply for any position, please contact jobs@nbyt.org.