Assistantships

Technical Assistantships

Technical Assistants for the fall semester will be chosen and posted in May. If there are Technical Assistant positions to fill for spring semester, decisions will be made and posted in December. Technical Assistant application forms should be submitted to the Technical Director no later than one month before the beginning of each semester for the following semester. For more information, contact David Ramsey or Dan Raymond in the Scene Shop, 603-862-3049.

Assistantship criteria include:

  1. Maintain a minimum 2.5 grade point average
  2. Complete necessary application for assistantship each semester
  3. Full time hours are 12 hours of shop time per week
  4. Halftime hours are 6 hours of shop time per week
  5. Weekend load-ins run an average of 16 hours per show
  6. Attend all Technical weekends, which run an average of 8-12 hours per show
  7. Attend all show strikes, which run an average of 2-6 hours per show
  8. Fulfill all crew assignments as designated by the Technical director, including maintenance and clean up, using whatever hours are necessary to complete the assignment
  9. Assist and supervise labs as assigned
  10. Attend weekly technical meetings, Tuesdays between 12:40 and 2:00, or as announced

If these obligations are not met, the TA scholarship is void and the student will forfeit scholarship at any time during semester.

Public Relations and Marketing Assistantship

The Public Relations assistant(s) is selected each semester based on an interview. Assistants for the Fall semester will be chosen and posted in May. If there are Public Relations positions to fill for spring semester, decisions will be made and posted in December. Public Relations application forms should be submitted to Michael Wood no later than April 15. Questions should be directed to 603-862-3038.

Assistantship criteria include:

  1. 1. Maintain a minimum 2.5 grade point average
  2. 2. Complete necessary application for assistantship each semester.
  3. 3. Complete 10-12 hours per week in the Theatre & Dance office, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
  4. 4. Assist and supervise Management Practicum student projects & Drama Days
  5. 5. Posses excellent grammar skills, writing skills, and organizational skills
  6. 6. Gather research and write for Newsletter, Media, Publications, Brochures, Playbill, Press Releases, Posters, form letters, reports, analysis, creativity, and more
  7. 7. Be able to proof read and edit
  8. 8. Proficiency in MS Word and Excel
  9. 9. Knowledge of Power Point, Adobe PageMaker, and MS Access helpful

If public relations obligations are not met, the scholarship is void and the student will forfeit scholarship at any time during semester.