Intern, ESU National Shakespeare Competition/ESU National Shakespeare Writing Program
The Intern, Shakespeare Programs, will assist with the administration of the ESU National Shakespeare Competition (a yearly performance competition taking place in April) and the ESU National Shakespeare Writing Program (a newly launched collection of competitions, events, and programming). The candidate will gain hands-on experience at an internationally-focused nonprofit organization and will have extensive contact with teachers, high school students, volunteers and staff. Minimum 15 hours per week, with availability in person on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 to 3:00 p.m., with the balance occurring remotely. Expect occasional weekends and night hours especially during the month of April.
About The English-Speaking Union:
The English-Speaking Union employs English as a catalyst to foster global understanding and good will through educational opportunities and cultural exchange programs. The ESU offers a range of educational and cultural programs for immigrants, students and educators. The organization was established in 1920 and operates in 60 countries with over 50 branches across the United States.