EMPAC is one of the largest employers of students on the Rensselaer campus and uses an “apprenticeship model” to train student workers. From the box office to the front-of-house staff, production, curatorial, and administrative teams, there are many opportunities for students to work on EMPAC productions and learn a variety of fields within the high-tech performing arts.
Apply between August 1–September 30, 2018:
Curatorial— The EMPAC curatorial team seeks one student worker to assist in day-to-day administrative tasks related to artist residencies and productions. The candidate should have good organizational skills, an interest in the arts, familiarity with the EMPAC program, availability to attend evening performances, and a flexible work schedule.
Stage Technologies — Lights…Staging…Action! Come work with our Stage Technologies team on a variety of tasks including: setting up chairs and tables; assisting with the construction and assembly of staging, scenery and audience seating configurations; hanging and focusing stage lighting equipment; programming computerized lighting consoles; and so much more!