Join the SteppingStone Team!

Current Openings

Box Office Staff

Part-time positions available seasonally. For more information, please contact:

Lindsey Countryman, Audience Services Coordinator

Artists & Educators

SteppingStone Theatre uses professional independent artists in many of our programs including Mainstage, Youth & Family Programs, and School & Community Connections. If you would like to be considered for a position in any of these programs, please contact the appropriate staff member listed below.

Directors, Designers,
Choreographers, and Music Directors

Rachel Ostroot, Production Manager

Theatre Educators

Erin Granger, Education Coordinator

Volunteer Opportunities

SteppingStone Theatre loves volunteers and has many ongoing opportunities available:


  • Ushering
  • House Management
  • Classroom Aide
  • Office & Clerical Assistance
  • Special Events Planning & Execution
  • Marketing & Promotions Assistance
  • Gardening

Mainstage Internships:

  • Production Internships
  • Technical Internships

If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please contact the appropriate staff member, listed below.


Lindsey Countryman, Volunteer Coordinator

Mainstage Internships

Rachel Ostroot, Production Manager

Summer 2017 Classroom Assistants

SteppingStone Theatre seeks qualified individuals who have interest and experience in youth work to join our summer staff as Classroom Assistants during our upcoming Summer Camp season. Previous youth work required. Interest in the Performing Arts preferred. Open to anyone 18+ who has completed at least some postsecondary coursework. An exciting and engaging way to spend your summer! An excellent opportunity for those who seek or possess degrees in Performing Arts, Education, or related fields. See more details below.


Participate in a summer training program which provides hands-on learning experiences in youth work. Join SteppingStone’s seasonal summer staff in the capacity of a Classroom Assistant during our Theatre Arts Summer Camps. Assist our Teaching Artists with classroom activity facilitation, student behavior management, student supervision, and more. This position is best suited for individuals who enjoy working with preschool and elementary-aged students in an active and fast-paced environment in which tasks vary from day to day.

Receive training, support, and mentorship throughout the summer. Directly apply what you’ve learned in trainings to your work in the classroom. Walk away from this program with greater understanding and ability to work with youth ages 3-17. Complete approximately 30 hours of ongoing training and 300 hours of direct classroom time. Work with your supervisor to set and achieve learning goals, identify areas of struggle, and begin to plan for future youth work endeavors.


  • Receive training on: summer camp facilitation, youth development, student behavior best practices, leadership & management in the classroom, professionalism in youth work.
  • Set learning goals for yourself. Meet with your supervisor throughout the summer to discuss challenges, evaluate learning, and assess progress towards goals.
  • Work all hours Monday-Friday between 8:00am-4:30pm.
  • Support teaching artists in the classroom with behavior management, student participation, and activity facilitation; proactively participating in all activities throughout the day (other duties as necessary).
  • Develop strong, professional relationships with students. Act as their advocate, confidant, and information resource.
  • Lead morning check-in, class-to-class transitions, lunch & recess supervision, and afternoon check-out.
  • Communicate classroom needs including behaviors, illness, injury, emergency, changes in plan, or teacher requests.
  • Maintain tidy classrooms, public spaces, and orderly class supplies by cleaning and organizing on a regular basis and reporting maintenance concerns to staff.


  • Some college coursework in youth development, education, and/or the arts preferred
  • Verifiable employment or volunteer work with youth, in a group size of at least 10, ages 3-18
  • Reliable transportation including occasional travel to off-site locations
  • A working phone and email which is checked regularly
  • Ability to adhere to a set work schedule and be punctual
  • Ability to sit, stand, bend, twist, lift, walk, and run for extended periods each day
  • Ability to keep track of information including dates, times, locations, student information, class information, etc.
  • Proactive in taking-on responsibilities and assisting whenever/wherever necessary
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Basic office and computer skills
  • Strong awareness to the sensitivity, safety, and wellbeing of students
  • No major conflicts between June 12-August 18. Must be able to commit to at least 7 of the 9 weeks. There will be no work requirements the week of July 3-7.


Start Date: June 12th
End Date:  August 18th
Workload: Full-time, seasonal, occasional weeks off.
Wage: $9.50/hr
Orientation dates: May 20 & 27 from 9:00am-1:00pm; Additional training dates TBD.


To apply, please complete attached application and email to Resume & brief Letter of Intent required in addition to completed application.


Classroom Assistant Application – download and complete this application


Application Deadline: April 28, 2017


Erin Granger
Manager of Youth & Family Programs
SteppingStone Theatre