Wilson Center Undergraduate Internship Program
Interns must apply through the CFCC Career site. We are thrilled to announce we now offer PAID internship opportunities! Please check with your academic advisor if you’d also like to complete the internship for academic credit.
Internship Focus Area Descriptions
*Major Connections are suggestions based on former interns that have historically been successful in this internship, but we do not limit our selections to just these majors—all are welcome to apply!
Goals include assisting with the implementation and documentation of community engagement activities. In addition, the intern will assist the marketing and graphic design supervisors in the development of promotional materials for community dance residencies and photograph residency activities. The intern will learn how the CFCC Foundation, the 501(c)(3) fundraising arm of the college and Wilson Center operate in tandem.
Major Connections: Communication Studies, Creative Writing, English, Social Work
Intern will gain knowledge and experience assisting with the coordination and promotion of the Wilson Center’s programming through traditional media and new media platforms. Primary focus on developing skills necessary for creation and distribution of marketing materials surrounding the Center’s events, planning and execution of events as well as crossover projects designed to enhance the visibility on the local and national scale as a premier venue for the performing arts and education. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud is encouraged, but not required.
Major Connections: Business Administration (Management & Leadership, Management Information Systems, Marketing Strategy), Digital Arts, Communication Studies, Computer Science (Digital Arts), Film Studies
Interns will learn the process of production efforts for the Wilson Center—primarily concerning, but not limited to, Artist Services, Concessions, Event Support, and Front of House logistics. Intern will assist with the archival process for contracts, as well as the rental contract process. This is truly a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to run an event at a performing arts venue.
Major Connections: Business Administration (Business Analytics, Management and Leadership, Marketing Strategy), Communication Studies, Computer Science (Business), Recreation/Sports Leadership/Tourism Management
Intern will learn skills necessary in assisting with the execution of technical support for the Center’s events, including but not limited to pre-production, venue preparation and maintenance, and performance. Areas of technical production include props, hair/makeup, wardrobe, sound, lighting, stage managing, and more.
Major Connections: Communication Studies, Film Studies, Theater
Intern will learn skills necessary to assist in providing college event ticketing services; processing ticket orders, data management, working with marketing to assess needs based on ticket sales, providing guests with event and college information, and offering a hospitable, dynamic, professional, and efficient guest experience in the ticketing process. Experience with web design and computer science encouraged. Interns will also learn about the connections between ticketing and marketing strategy for the Center as a whole.
Major Connections: Business Administration (Business Analytics, Management & Leadership, Management Information Systems, Marketing Strategy), Communication Studies, Computer Science (Digital Arts, Statistics, Systems), Information Technologies, Recreation/Sports Leadership/Tourism Management
Fall/Spring interns are expected to work 8-10 hours per week, summer interns are expected to work 15-20 hours per week, depending on schedule. This internship is currently in-person/on-site.
Three (3) or six (6) hours of academic credit may be received for this internship. Students should check with their academic departments for eligibility. Internship hours include some evening and weekend commitments; fulfill other assigned duties; preferred participation in staff training.