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Improvhi Work/Study Program Application
The Improvhi Work/Study Program offers financial assistance to those seeking to further themselves in the world of Improv. Students will work the first and third Saturday show of every month in exchange for classes. Each class level meets once a week for 6 consecutive weeks for 2.5 hours. Work/Study students must fulfill volunteering for 6 Saturdays within a 90 day period.
Saturday volunteering consists of setting up and breaking down chairs and tables; checking audience members in; usher duties and other tasks. Students must be available from 6:00pm-10:30pm for the Saturday shows.
The Work/Study Program selects mature, reliable, trustworthy, and positive people. Computer, clerical, customer service skills, and an interest in arts administration preferred but not required.
In addition to the class exchange, students chosen will also receive:
-An improvhi tshirt
-Discounted rate on specialty workshops
-1 Free ticket to Saturday shows for a guest
-Opportunity to extend 3 month work/study to 6 months, then 12 months.
If chosen, students must specify what classes they will be taking in the 3 month period, and adhere to the availability they have specified in the application. Failure to adhere to the availability specified is grounds for dismissal. Any tardiness or no shows will not be tolerated.
(Improvhi has the right to dismiss any work/study student who has not fulfilled the requirements of the program at anytime.)
Those interested should complete the form below.
Are you over 21 or over?
Are you currently a student at Improvhi?
If yes, what level have you completed?
Why are you interested in learning improv?
Are you able to commit every first and third Saturday for a 90 day period?
If no, how many are you able to commit to per month?
Do you have customer service experience? If so, please explain:
Do you have any experience with checking people in, ushering or any theatrical "front of house" aspects?
Would you consider yourself tech savvy?
What kind of learner are you?
I consider myself a fast learner
It takes me some time, but I'll get it
It takes me a little while to grasp things
Do you find that you learn better with visual or hands on?
Current job position:
Previous job position:
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