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Seattle Theatre Group® (STG) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization dedicated to making performances and arts education in the Pacific Northwest enriching, while keeping Seattle's historic Paramount, Moore, and Neptune Theatres healthy and vibrant. STG's vision is to enrich, inspire, challenge and expand our world through the arts.

Seattle Theatre Group® presents upward of 500 events annually that include touring award-winning Broadway musicals, acclaimed international fine arts, local artists, education and community engagement activities, concerts, comedy, film, and more.

Telephone Fundraising Representative
This position supports the Annual Funding campaign by contacting renewing, lapsed, and new donors in support of STG’s mission. The campaign runs approximately from September through April. This is a telefunding position involving electronic resources using leads generated in-house.

This is a part-time position. Work shifts are scheduled for the evenings from 4:30pm-8:30pm during the days Sunday through Friday. Not all shifts are required, but a minimum participation level of 20 hours is expected. Shifts may begin before 4:30pm, but never continue past 9pm. Some Holiday work may be required, though the period from Christmas through New Years is typically not scheduled.
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Part Time Ticketing Event Supervisor - Neptune
The Part Time Ticketing Event Supervisor oversees night of show event ticketing and box office customer service. This includes Ticketmaster ticket sales, resolving patron ticket issues, monitoring inventory, managing guest lists with house manager and promoter rep, and providing reports for show settlement. While this will primarily be for Neptune events, other ticketing duties might be assigned.
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Lead Mentors / Teaching Artist for STG’s Songwriters Lab
Seattle Theatre Group (STG) is seeking to contract 2 Lead Mentors/Teaching Artists to join its STG’s Songwriters Lab summer program team. STG Lead Mentors should be professional musicians and educators who facilitate workshops, classes and/or residencies for students of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Candidates should be equal parts artist and educator and have a passion for engaging others in the artistry and craft of songwriting.
This is a project based, freelance position.
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Development & Special Events Internship
Seeking an enthusiastic intern that will gain valuable experience through participation in Seattle Theatre Group’s annual gala, DOORS, and assisting the Development team on a variety of fundraising activities.
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Student Tours Internships
The theatre tour internship program is open to high school seniors. The objectives of the internship program are to instill a sense of historical significance of the Paramount and Moore Theatres, to create opportunities for peer-to-peer learning and to offer creative energy of youth to the theatres’ existing student tour program.
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