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In line with Qld Govt directives, anyone entering QPAC aged 16 years or over must be fully vaccinated (or medically exempt), will need to register via the Check in Qld app and provide proof of vaccination status. Masks are mandatory at all times, please bring your own mask to the theatre with you.Hide
QPAC offers both work experience placements and internships. These opportunities allow students to gain an understanding of how the Performing Arts Industry operates and to receive advice about pursuing a career in the arts industry.
Work Experience Placements need to fit the following criteria:
Please note: We are unable to offer work experience programs in acting, dance, drama, costume or music.
To apply for a placement, you will need to write to our Work Experience Coordinator outlining the preferred time period, the type of work experience requested and the skills and experience which relate to the work experience being requested.
Should you wish to apply for work experience please complete a Work Experience Application Form [PDF 35KB]
We currently offer student placements in Finance and Business, Marketing, Publicity and Programming.
Students wishing to find out more about a possible internship with QPAC are encouraged to complete a Voluntary Internship Application Form [PDF 35KB] to submit to the Human Resources team via the details below.
Queensland Performing Arts Trust
PO Box 3567 South Bank Q 4101
Or email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any queries, please contact the Human Resources Officer on (07) 3842 9731.
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