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Granada Theater is now accepting applications for Promotions and Graphic Design interns. If you are interested in being a part of a music-loving and fun-having family, this might be the job for you. Our internships aren’t like your typical ones, and I don’t know where they actually make interns do coffee runs, but that won’t be happening here either.


We reached out to a few ghosts of interns’ pasts and here are their two-cents on their time at Granada:

“★★★★★ – 50% #YOLO, 110% Taco” – LaBarba Times Tribune, Alex “Barbs” LaBarba

“I enjoyed coming in every week and working with everyone in Granada. Easily the most comfortable working situation I’ve ever been in and all the people who work there are great. It’s awesome to be able to go to a show now and see you guys and feel like y’all are friends more than past coworkers.” – James Schlecte

“I really enjoyed doing graphic design for Granada last summer! It’s a perfect addition to anyone’s summer. It’s low pressure, but your work definitely matters. This is not your run-of-the-mill coffee-making and errand-running resume fluff. At Granada, you will get to do real work for real artists. As a Granada intern, you can also go to any of their shows, which is a huge plus. I definitely recommend a summer working for Granada, whether you’re a seasoned music aficionado or just looking to get your feet wet. It’s a great venue with a great staff, and you’ll do great work for them.” – Mattie Hamilton


All internships are highly competitive and we demand reliable, honest, and hardworking individuals with applicable past experience. Each internship position will have a different area of focus where special projects will be developed. While all internships are unpaid, college credit can be applied and all Granada shows will be free.

Interested candidates should email a resume alongside their summer availability to
management@granadatheater.com.

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