[PAST EVENT] Let’s talk Performing Arts Fellowships, Apprenticeships, and Internships with Caitlin Clements ’11
LocationSwem Library, Ford Classroom
400 Landrum Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Access & Features
- Open to the public
We’ll have an informal chat about the types of opportunities that exist in New York and beyond, and their typical timelines. We’ll also look at the kinds of application questions you might see, and some sample resumes and responses that really stand apart from the pack. No need to prepare anything in advance, but feel free to come with specific goals and questions, or resumes that we can workshop as a group!
About Caitlin Clements ‘11
Caitlin is a theatrical producer and creative consultant who spent the last 10ish years working on the musical “Dear Evan Hansen” in its many stage iterations. Other Broadway and West End producing credits include “Plaza Suite,” “Orlando,” and the current revival of “A Doll’s House” starring Jessica Chastain. A Film Studies major / French minor at W&M, Caitlin was a founding student staff member of the earliest iteration of what’s now known as the Ampersand Festival. She has also served as coordinator for a number of Broadway apprenticeship programs – and hired many, many interns – so let’s talk tips about how you can be one of them!