Jobs Board

Program Director

Hook Arts Media

Hook Arts Media is seeking experienced youth Program Director for its Digital Connections/Film Fellows program.

Hook Arts Media Film Fellows Program is a new workforce readiness program that will train four young adults from underserved NYC communities as media creators and media educators. It is designed expressly for the purpose of eliminating barriers to employment and to establish a pipeline of low-income young adults with technical and academic skills for employment in the media industry.

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Filmmaker Teaching Artists Wanted

Hook Arts Media

Hook Arts Media is seeking experienced media (filmmaking/video) educators for its work at public high schools in New York City as well as its community-based programs in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

HAM’s In Transition Media program doesn’t just provide students camera and editing skills; it gives young people the tools to tell their stories and carves out a space for critical investigations of self and society.

HAM teaching artists instruct students on use of state of the art cameras,

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Director of Finance and Operations

Hook Arts Media

Hook Arts Media is seeking a Director of Finance and Operations to join our team. The position is full time and based in HAM’s Red Hook offices.

The Director of Finance and Operations will work closely with the Executive Director as a thought partner and will play a large role in organizational and financial decision making and strategic planning. As a lead member of the staff, the Director of Finance and Operations will ensure the organization has sound financial management and provide support to program staff.

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Education Assistant (Part-Time)

The Town Hall

About Town Hall
The Town Hall, on the cusp of its 100th Anniversary, seeks an Education Assistant to work in partnership with the Director of Education, to sustain and expand our Education Outreach Programs.
Recognized as one of New York City’s most venerable institutions and located in a National Historic Landmark building, Town Hall provides world-class entertainment to more than 200,000 guests
annually, and reaches over 10,000 students with our unique arts education programming.

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Education Associate

New York Theatre Workshop

About New York Theatre Workshop:
At New York Theatre Workshop, we work relentlessly to empower visionary theatre-makers and bring their work to adventurous audiences through productions, artist workshops and educational programs. We nurture pioneering new writers like Hammaad Chaudry and Nathan Alan Davis alongside powerhouse playwrights like Amy Herzog and Ayad Akhtar. We engage inimitable auteur-directors like Rachel Chavkin and Sam Gold and give invaluable support to tremendous talents like Lileana Blain-Cruz in the earliest days of their careers.

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Diversity In Arts Leadership Intern (New York, NY)

DIVERSITY IN ARTS LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
2019 INTERN GUIDELINES & APPLICATION

 

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INTERN REQUIREMENTS AND ELIGIBILITY

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Teaching Artist – Public Art Program (Visual Arts)

LEAP

WHAT WE DO

At LEAP we believe in the transformational power of the arts. We started as a grassroots movement with just four schools. Today, our teaching artists serve 20,000 kids across the city in over 150 New York City public schools. Every day, our educational arts programs inspire diverse school communities to be more engaged in learning and build critical skills. Our quality educational arts programs promote access and equity for New York City students underserved in the arts.

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Teaching Artist – Visual Arts

LEAP-NYC

WHAT WE DO

At LEAP, we believe in the transformational power of the arts. We started as a grassroots movement with just four schools. Today, our teaching artists serve 20,000 kids across the city in over 150 New York City public schools. Every day, our educational arts programs inspire diverse school communities to be more engaged in learning and build critical skills. Our quality educational arts programs promote access and equity for New York City students underserved in the arts.

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Arts Program Director

New York State Council on the Arts

Minimum Qualifications Required for Appointment:

Bachelors degree plus five years specialized experience*, two of which must have been at a supervisory level.

*Experience in the administrative or creative side of a professional arts organization; OR

Specific expertise in at least one area, such as performing arts administration or performance itself in a performing art; participatory experience in the arts, such as would be satisfied by a former professional dancer,

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Executive Director

Teachers & Writers Collaborative (T&W)

Teachers & Writers Collaborative (T&W), a fifty-year-old literary education organization based in New York City, seeks a visionary, hardworking, resourceful, and collaborative leader to serve as its next Executive Director (ED). The ED serves as the chief executive officer of the organization, responsible for the supervision of educational programs, publications, operations, finance, and development. The ED reports to the Board of Directors, developing strategic plans to expand access to creative writing residencies and publications, to raise money from institutions and individual donors to support these goals,

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