Student Opportunities 2018-19

Please enjoy this list of resources.  View the various tabs when seeking opportunities, such as:   

Jobs
Internships/Fellowships
Study Away Opportunities
Performance Opportunities
Performances and Events
Scholarships
Auditions
UC Berkeley Resources
Volunteer
Miscellaneous

Jobs

Jobs

(Some opportunities below have corresponding deadlines) 

San Francisco Ballet School – Part-time, evening Resident Assistant – San Francisco
Gap, Inc. – Rotational Management Program, S.F. – Virtual info session Sep 26, 6:30pm at the Career Center: Gold Room. (See Handshake)
Berkeley United in Cultural Literacy (BUILD)
– Teach kids to read! – UC Berkeley
Camp Wicosuta – Camp counselor – Hebron, NH
Fund for Public Interest – Activist jobs with Environment America – U.S. locations
Institute of Reading Development – Teach reading classes! – U.S. locations
Pre College TRIO Programs – Teach summer courses to high school students! – UC Berkeley
Steve and Kate’s Camp – Year-round and summer jobs with kids! – SF Bay Area 
Xlab – Lab participant – UC Berkeley 

Internships/Fellowships

Internships/Fellowships

American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) – San Francisco, CA
The American Repertory Theater – Cambridge, MA
Arena Stage – Washington DC
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater – New York, NY
Barter Theatre – Abingdon, VA
Asolo Repertory Theater – Sarasota, FL
Berkeley Repertory Theatre – Berkeley, CA
Capital StageSacramento, CA
Classic Stage Company – New York, NY
Cleveland Play House – Cleveland, OH
Eugene O’Neill Theater Center – Waterford, CT
Great River Shakespeare Festival – Winona, MN
Jujamcyn Theaters – New York, NY
Magic Theatre – San Francisco, CA
The Naples Players – Naples, FL
Oregon Shakespeare Festival – Ashland, OR
Playhouse on the Square – Memphis, TN
Playwrights Foundation Summer Festival – San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Mime Troupe Collective – San Francisco, CA
Shakespeare & Company – Lenox, MA
Seattle Repertory Theater – Seattle, WA
Stage Directors And Choreographers (SDC) National Union – New York, NY

Study Away Opportunities

Study Away Opportunities

London Theatre: Winter Edition – London
Çudamani Summer Programs
– Indonesia
European Innovation Academy – Cascais, Portugal
ImPulsTanz – Austria
Movement: Directing/Teaching Lab – Austria
Movement Exchange – Panama or Brazil
Shakespeare Academy – Stratford, CT
Urban Bush Women – Phoenix, AZ
West African Dance Abroad – Ghana

Performance Opportunities

Performance Opportunities

Advanced Photography (Art 180) student seeks 10 female models in Fall 2018
Contact Romina Frohar: rominafoorouhari1374@berkeley.edu
The project is about the intersectionality of religion (Islam) and gender. Some images require nudity, because the project is about the female body and its portrayal and transformation through faith. I will be posting the images online, so I want the students to feel comfortable and approach the concept with an open mind. Photo shoots on weekends in an indoor building. 

In exchange, I can do free headshots for the students. 

Dance Mission Theater: Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers – San Francisco

Performances and Events

Performances and Events

Crowded Fire Theater’s CHURCH by Young Jean Lee
directed by Mina Morita
Potrero Stage, 1695 18th St., SF
September 13 – October 6
Use code SPARK for 10% off at checkout!

In CHURCH, Young Jean Lee transforms her lifelong struggle with Christianity into an exuberant church service. A traveling group of earnest reverends testify through narrative, song, and dance, testing the expectations of religious and non-religious alike. Come lose, gain and question your faith all in one night.

Scholarships

Scholarships

Check back for scholarship opportunities

Auditions

Auditions

THE TERROR, SEASON 2, Episode 1: Sparrow in a Swallow’s Nest – 10 Episode Limited Series SAG-AFTRA

Seeking actors of Japanese heritage who speak fluent Japanese and English with an American accent. 
Contact: Jacqueline at schiffaudinocasting@gmail.com
TBD Start Date: 11/26/18 – 4/5/19, Location: Vancouver

CHESTER NAKAYAMA: Male, 22-29, Japanese-American, smart, principled, likable, Chester is the son of Henry and Asako, Japanese-born immigrants who have made a fairly good life in America thanks to Henry’s fishing boat. Though Chester often goes out with his father on the boat, he has ambitions of leaving his insular Japanese-American community on Terminal Island and joining the Army. Chester is an All-American young man with a love of baseball and cowboy movies, but initially, he operates under the misapprehension that he is totally assimilated into American culture. Over the course of the season, Chester matures from a naïve kid to a war hero and family man.

Exec. Producers: Alexander Woo, Max Borenstein, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Alexandra Milchan, Scott Lambert, Guymon Casady, Dan Simmons.  Writer: Alexander Woo

UC Berkeley Resources

Volunteer

Volunteer

Check back for volunteer opportunities!

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

Roots and Shoots Photography – headshot photographer, offers discounts for groups