Discover the technical theatre industry from an international perspective through the Student Ambassador Program.
The Student Ambassador Program provides an opportunity for students to network and interact with well-known international designers and technicians who will be attending the Conference.
Joining us at USITT 2018 will be Agata Skwarczynska, a visionary scenographer from Poland; Qin Wenbao, a teacher in the Stage Design Department of the National University of Chinese Theatre Arts; and Carolina Jimenez Flores, a performance designer, author, and choreographer/director from Mexico.
This opportunity is available for those who are USITT Student or Early Career members.
Early Career Mentoring Program
Develop a lasting connection with a seasoned professional in your field by participating in the Early Career Mentoring Program at USITT 2018.
Developed by USITT Fellows, this opportunity brings together mentors and Early Career members to discuss career opportunities and future goals, provide career guidance, and introduce mentees to other USITT members and exhibitors.
“From the moment I met my mentors, I knew that they were greatly interested in my career and wanting to help me in any way possible,” said USITT 2017 Early Career Mentoring Program mentee Korey Lamb. “I know that as I progress in my career, they will both help me with any roadblocks or barriers I encounter.”
Young Designers’ Forum and Young Technicians’ Forum
YDF brings together talented students with established designers and directors for a review and discussion of the students’ work. Participation is by juried selection and is limited to 12 students.
YTF brings together talented students with established shop heads, technicians/artisans, and designers for a review and discussion of the students’ work. Participation is by juried selection and is limited to 12 students.
Both the Young Designers’ and Young Technicians’ Forums begin Friday, March 16, with set-up at 8 a.m., and run-through Saturday, March 17.
The deadline to apply is Jan. 6, 2018.