Learning Opportunities

Platt Student Performing Arts House is committed to the learning and development of Penn student performing artists. In addition to the learning experiences students gain from participating and leading performing arts groups, Platt House provides the following programming to benefit student learning and arts engagement.

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    Career Mentoring 

    Join Platt for periodic panels and individual speakers along with collaborative events with Career Services, such as the Creative & Common Good Fair! Alumni: Sign up to be a career mentor!

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    Technical Trainings

    Platt House organizers pre-production meetings, light board trainings, sound board trainings, fight choreography workshops, and more! This year, we are hosting the first Annual PAC Conference! 


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    The Wallace Award

    The Wallace Award will provide a Penn undergraduate with funds to support a summer internship in a professional performing arts or entertainment environment. The award recipient will receive a $3,000 stipend. Applicants are responsible for securing their internship.

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    Master Classes, Etc.

    Master classes, guest lectures, and conversations are listed in the events section of our home page as details are made available. Most events other than performances are free to Penn students with ID; however, they may require a ticket or RSVP. Some events are not open to the public; check event details as listed on the home page.