Student Ambassador Program
Our 2018/19 Student Ambassadors are serving on two teams to plan and execute a theatre-related Youth Summit around the themes of the upcoming Taper production Lackawanna Blues. The Youth Summit Planning Team is working with an expert to program the activities of the Youth Summit, while our Marketing & Social Media Team is working with experts to design digital communication resources and outreach strategies to recruit and engage students beforehand. Meet these students and learn what inspired them to participate in the program.
To grow as a more capable leader, in hopes of not only becoming a more vocal person, but also to discover my identity as an artist and human being.
To gain skills that will let me help others. In order to do that I will need to become a strong leader.
Quiet, pushed aside, left behind, and in other people’s shadows, never to be heard or seen. Unknown, unoriginal, unnoticed... This will no longer be me.
I hope to achieve communication skills, so I can convince city board members to create art education programs for teens in my school and community.
I decided to be a leader and take advantage of it because I will learn new things and might end up having fun.
I need a better, more organized place to express both my leadership and theatrical skills in the arts.
I often struggle with self-doubt and giving up, so I hope the Student Ambassador Program will give me the opportunity to not only to see a project to completion, but to better myself as a leader and individual.
I love theatre, but I’m not really an actor. It’s a great opportunity to combine my passion for theatre with my passion for activism and leadership.
I want to experience, have a role in the theatre community, and contribute my thoughts and ideas to the arts field.
To learn to lead and advocate for how inspiring the arts can be amongst peers and in my community.
I want to be able to learn how to share my knowledge with others.
I want to show this generation what theatre arts means to me and help them experience the arts the way I do.
Being a leader while working with a diverse group of students will allow me to leave footsteps behind for others to follow.
If I could change anything, I would change everything, and Center Theatre Group will help me get there by being the leader my community deserves.
I want to learn to work with people and be more confident in my ideas.
I never had the chance to express myself in my community. I hope to learn skills required in leadership so I can be prepared for team-based projects and jobs in my future.
Before you apply, please read through our Frequently Asked Questions. For additional questions, please email us or call 213.972.7587....