Camille Devoney, 2013 summer intern
Camille Devoney, USC — 2013 Arts Summer Intern

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve been awarded a ten-week, paid summer internship for undergraduates through the LA County Arts Commission. Below is the description and how to apply. The deadline to submit is Friday, April 24 at 12pm.

You can read about eligibility requirements here.

Community Outreach Intern


The Community Outreach Intern will be primarily responsible for coordinating our Ovation Award Voter recruitment, renewal and training process – processing applications, scheduling interviews, tracking results and coordinating the training of the incoming voter body of about 250 voters. Additionally, the intern will staff the ongoing efforts of the LA STAGE Alliance Diversity, Inclusion and Access Task Force.


This position is ideal for an intern interested in better understanding the depth and breadth of artists and arts and cultural organizations in the Greater Los Angeles region, with a specific focus on working theatre professionals. The intern should be outgoing and a skilled communicator, both on the phone and via email, as the bulk of the intern’s time will be spent learning about and communicating with artists in Los Angeles. The intern should feel comfortable joining a team of committed artists/arts administrators, and enjoy a flexible, fast-moving and multitasking work environment, where projects and tasks can change daily. Preferably, the intern will possess strong technical/computer skills and be familiar with one or more traditional database/information programs.


To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to Crystal Diaz at Include in the subject line of the email: Internship Application for [Name of Applicant]. If there are questions, please call (213) 614-0556 x 717.


This internship is sponsored by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. 132 undergraduate interns will participate in the program this year at 107 performing, presenting, and literary nonprofit arts organizations and municipal arts agencies throughout LA County. In addition to their full-time 10 week paid internship, interns will participate in educational events as part of the program, which is funded by the Getty Foundation. The educational events are designed to provide interns with a broader perspective of the vibrant arts and cultural landscape of the County. For additional information on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Arts Internship Program, and for a complete list of all the internships offered this summer, visit the Arts Commission website at

2 Responses

    1. Hi Camilla!

      It’s open to anyone who’s a current undergraduate and has authorization to work in the US. If you are not US residents but in college and have a work visa as well as social security card, you are eligible. It depends on what sort of visa you have – some student visas don’t allow students to work here, only to study, so it has to be determined by a case by case basis.

      Hope this is helpful!

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