Join the Summer Intern Program!

At the Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles, the opportunity to support young people to explore, develop, and grow individually and as professionals is an important aspect of our mission. We look forward to building a community of interns who can develop relationships with peers, other professionals in the field, and other organizations. We know many of our interns will enter the non-profit arts field in the Greater Los Angeles area and are excited to contribute to our organization.

 Internships are open to high school, undergraduate and graduate level students. If you are NOT a student, but would still like to work with us this summer, please check back soon for information on our volunteer program.

The internship programs are designed to accomplish two things:

1) to support the Levitt to accomplish its mission of building community through music
2) to support students to learn and grow as individuals and professionals and to explore professional opportunities and potential career paths.

There are three types of internships available at the Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles for Summer 2016. Please refer to the job descriptions for a more detailed look each position. Intern work is project-based, making these internships an excellent opportunity to gain real-world experience in a non-profit arts organization setting.

Positions Available & Job Descriptions

Event Production (part-time, unpaid)
Event Production interns are responsible for all aspects of concert event production, from setup to breakdown. Interns are rotated between shifts every 30 minutes to an hour so they can gain skills in all aspects of event production. Interns may be hanging sponsor banners for the first half-hour, directing parking on their second half-hour, and then working the information booth on their third half-hour. Below are just some of the many things Event Production Interns do on a nightly basis.

Interns may identify their preferred role (Marketing and Outreach or Event Production) and we will work to accommodate each intern’s preference as best we can. Interns are expected to work in all areas, if needed. Concert set-up/breakdown
Working the Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles info booth/Merchandise Table
Directing traffic and parking

Interfacing with performers and ensure the Green Room is set up and maintained
Collecting donations and recording donations at the end of the night
Managing our Community Partners’ and Vendors’ booths
Managing vendors booths
Other duties as needed

Marketing & Outreach (part-time, unpaid)
Marketing and Outreach interns help to market the Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles summer season. On any day, interns might be hitting the streets passing out flyers and delivering posters as part of the Street Team or they may be in the office updating Twitter, interacting with blogs, and putting our events up on event calendars. Below is are just some of the things Marketing and Outreach interns do on a daily basis.

Types of Marketing

Marketing research
Marketing plan development and execution
Media archiving and capture
Street team/Online street team
Online (event calendars, blogs etc.)
Social media
Other duties as needed

Photo/Video (part-time, unpaid)
The photo/intern team is a specialized group of 4-5 interns. This team will be responsible for event capture (photography and video) at every event, managing and organizing photos and videos, posting photos and videos to webpages and social media, and developing media content to use on our website and social media outlets.

Event Capture: Taking photos and/or video at every concert
Media Organizing: Uploading media to Flickr, managing media content on the computer
Marketing & Outreach:Developing media content such as slideshows, choosing appropriate photos and videos to post on website, Facebook and Twitter


Do I have to be a student to be an intern?
Yes, you must be a student currently enrolled to intern with the Levitt Pavilion Pasadena. If you are not a student, you are still eligible to be a volunteer! Just click here to find out more about our volunteer program.

Can I get class credit?
Yes! Academic credit can be provided as well as recommendation letters upon successful completion of the internship. Simply talk to your school to see how to get class credit for internships. We will work with you to make sure all the paperwork is taken care of.

How old do you have to be to intern?
You must be 16 yrs or older to intern. Those under 18 must have parental consent.

What days of the week and what hours do interns work?
Interns work Wednesday – Sunday and are expected to work roughly 15-18 hours per week. If you cannot fulfill 15-18 hours per week, please contact us to discuss what you are able to commit to. We do accept a limited number of interns who can only commit to fewer than 15 hours per week.

Is this internship paid?
At this time, internships are unpaid. However, students are eligible for class credit, per the requirements of their educational institution. We encourage our interns to research and apply for grants that can provide stipends for summer interns

As an intern, can I choose what I want to work on?
Interns may identify their preferred role (Marketing and Outreach or Event Production) and we will work to accommodate each intern’s preference as best we can. Interns are expected to work in all areas, if needed.