Student Ambassador Program
The Center Theatre Group Student Ambassador Program is a free leadership development program for Los Angeles County high school students who are curious about the arts and want to build leadership and teamwork skills.
This entirely free, eight-month program (Oct 2019 – May 2020) is designed to transform passionate young people into arts leaders, team players, advocates, and engagement experts. In the Student Ambassador Program, we aim to create a supportive learning environment where we can be our whole selves; we embrace and encourage differences, and focus on principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion throughout the program.
This year, our Ambassadors will be working on one of two teams, Community Engagement and Marketing & Social Media, to produce an audience engagement project for Once on this Island in addition to inspiring community engagement through our social media platforms focused on the August Wilson Monologue Competition Regional Finals and our College and Career Fair for the Arts.
I want to learn how to be a leader who shows others that it’s OK to do what you love and to be different.
I am passionate about community and arts education. I hope to learn more about teamwork and marketing for the world of theatre.
To continue my growth as a leader. I hope to learn marketing techniques that I can use moving forward in my business endeavors.
For the arts to be a part of my educational journey. And I hope to gain new skills to help me come out of my shell.
To strengthen my leadership skills. I want to learn how to interact with people with complete professionalism.
So I can gain the experience of what goes on behind the scenes at Center Theatre Group.
To broaden by perceptions of being an artist and leader while indulging in the different stories there are to learn from.
I want to gain skills in working in teams and leadership.
Coming from a high school that doesn’t have a set arts program, I want to involve myself in the arts. I hope to stop being afraid of stepping up and being a leader.
I am curious and want to extend my knowledge of theatre. I want to gain leadership and professional skills.
I’m seeking a new adventure and new people; I think I found all that and more by learning new leadership skills every day.
I want to have a new experience; I hope I can find the truest form of creativity and leadership within me as I grow through this program.
To learn what it takes to produce a theatre event and how to engage people in my community.
I’ve always been interested in theatre, and it’s a way to express myself. I think this program will inform me about theatre and who I am as a person.
I want to try something new and exciting. I hope to learn how I can be a better leader and grow into who I’m meant to be.
Before you apply, please read through our Frequently Asked Questions. For additional questions, please email us or call 213.972.7587....