Early Career Professionals Meet-Up

Date: Monday, January 27, 2020
Time: 5pm - 8pm
Location: Fulton Hall, 250 Ashland Pl, Ft. Greene, Brooklyn

Celebrate 2020 with the Early Career Professionals Meet-Up group hosted by the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable and Community-Word Project!

This Early Career Professionals Meet-Up is aimed toward individuals who are in the first steps of their career (Arts Administrators and Teaching Artists who have been in the field 5 years or less). Join us at Fulton Hall’s Happy Hour to chat about our professional journeys, career goals, and other interesting topics related (and unrelated!) to the arts-in-education field. Start the new year off by meeting with other arts education professionals and begin to create a peer group who can be a resource and support as you navigate your career path.

Please note that the cost of food/drinks at the meet-up will be the responsibility of the participants. Fulton Hall’s Happy Hour special runs through 7pm. 

This event is FREE and open to all. 

Continue the conversation online — join the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable’s Early-Career Professionals Facebook group!


About Community-Word Project:

Community-Word Project is a New York City based 501(c)(3) arts-in-education organization that inspires children in underserved communities to read, interpret and respond to their world and to become active citizens through collaborative arts residencies and teacher training programs.

  • TEACHING ARTIST TRAINING: Rigorous training and mentoring prepares artists to achieve academic and curricular goals while drawing upon their professional passion.
  • COLLABORATIVE ARTS RESIDENCIES: Multi-disciplinary, arts-integrated curriculum provides alternative learning strategies for writing and creative expression.
  • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Purposeful collaboration with teachers and administrators improves arts pedagogy and enhances curricular outcomes.

Learn more about Community-Word Project and their incredible Teaching Artist Training programs.


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