The Project Leader for Foundations of Inclusion and Accessibility: Building Organizations Capacity in Cultural Institutions, at the Museum, Arts and Culture Access Consortium (MAC) leads this project, a grant-funded project designed to build capacity to engage people with disabilities at four arts organizations across New York City. This dynamic and creative leader will be tasked with charting strategy for the 18- month project and managing a team of consultants working with a diverse set of cultural institutions.More Details >
Little Island seeks an experienced Programming Associate to join the team. The ideal Programming Associate will have a strong administrative background and be an adaptable problem solver who demonstrates a commitment to communication and collaboration. Individuals with 3-5 years’ experience working in the performing arts in various positions are encouraged to apply.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & SKILLS
- Assist the Producer and Production Manager on all performances and projects, as assigned
Dynamic part-time counselor is sought with background of successful individual and group counseling with inner city youth. This position will support our “Arts of Passage program which promotes teen engagement and a realization of the power of their art and “voice”; while helping youth translate personal challenges into creative expression.
Mind-Builders Creative Arts Center in the Northeast Bronx conducts nationally recognized programs dedicated to youth, pioneering innovative ways of using the arts as a tool for healthy youth development,More Details >
Seeking: Anthropology Arts and Splat! Lab are seeking dynamic, engaging, and adventurous lead and assistant educators to join our team this Spring. An ideal candidate will have multiple day availability and a desire to continue onto summer.
About Us: Anthropology Arts and Splat! Lab originated in the world of After School, providing high quality and unique enrichment classes for youth, predominantly serving young elementary school students. Our recent growth has taken us to lead several school day residencies,More Details >
Location: WHEDco Middle School Extended School Day Program at The Highbridge Green School- MS 361
Reports to: Coordinator of Education and Youth Development – Program Director
The Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco) is a community development organization founded on the radically simple idea that all people deserve healthy, vibrant communities. We build award-winning, sustainable, affordable homes – but our work is not over when our buildings are complete.More Details >
SALARY: $30.00 P/H
The YMCA of Greater New York is here for all New Yorkers — to empower youth, improve health, and strengthen community. Founded in 1852, today the Y serves a diverse population of more than half a million New Yorkers who learn, grow, and thrive through programs and services at our 24 branches. Community is the cornerstone of the Y. Together, we connect active, engaged New Yorkers to build stronger communities.More Details >
ORGANIZATION: Center for Architecture
SALARY: Salary range: $48,000 – $52,000
EST. START DATE: April 2020
The School Programs Coordinator (In-School Programs) has primary responsibility for the Center for Architecture’s in-school Learning By Design:NY residency program and after-school partnership program with the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development. In addition, the Coordinator will join other education staff in teaching in our K-12 programs including Student Day,More Details >
The Folk Culture Program Director at Mind-Builders will oversee and coordinate the Dr. Beverly Robinson Community Folk Culture program for teens ages 14-19.. Through fieldwork, recruitment, and administrative duties, the director will manage and maintain the program’s activities and act as the primary agent to ensure the success of the program’s promotion of cultural understanding. Work is 3 days/week, September – April; 4 days/week May – August.
1) Program Coordination.More Details >
The Manager, Adult Education – Cohort Programs supports and advances BRIC Media Education’s (BME) long-form cohort classes. These programs include the BRIC Documentary Intensive, Black Box Filmmaking, the BRIC Podcast Intensive, the BRIC Media Arts Fellowship, and TV Studio Collaborative. This position oversees all program aspects, including class administration, curriculum development, and programming/hosting of public events. The Adult Education Specialist, Cohort Programs also helps coordinate BME classes, updates existing curriculum, leads monthly orientations, and liaises with the public.More Details >
Established in 1920, The Hewitt School is an independent K-12 girls’ school that empowers girls to discover their full intellectual and creative abilities, to pursue their passions and personal best, and to lead lives of consequence with character, compassion, and conviction. Hewitt empowers and expects our community members to embrace multiple points of view, to engage others with empathy and integrity, and to champion equity and justice in all areas of our lives.More Details >