Jobs Board

Teaching Artist Mentoring & Professional Development Program (Paid)

Together in Dance

Together in Dance is a New York City nonprofit organization that provides creative movement and musical theater residency programming to New York City public schools and cultural institutions. Our mission is to provide unparalleled arts programming to students and families that may otherwise have little to no exposure to the arts, and introduce them to the intrinsic values of participation in the arts — creativity, collaboration, and self expression.  

Together in Dance is hiring new Teaching Artists to join our company and participate in paid training,

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Middle School Visual Arts Teaching Artist (Jackson Heights)

Coalition for Hispanic Family Services- Arts and Literacy

ABOUT THE POSITION

Innovative after school program seeks Teaching Artists for after school programs serving children ages 11-14 in the following neighborhoods: Jackson Heights and East Elmhurst. Teaching Artists supervise and teach their discipline to a group of twenty students incorporating literacy in the widest sense of the word.

We are looking for versatile and flexible teachers who are open to frequent feedback on their classroom management and lesson plans, and who are excited to be part of a creative team.

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Activity Specialist

SCAN-Harbor, Inc.

Program Description

SCAN-Harbor After-School Programs are built on a foundation of academic skills enrichment, positive youth development and the cultivation of informed and independent decision-making. The SCAN-Harbor After-School Programs provide enrichment activities within the areas of academics, artistic exploration, community service, recreation, and personal development in leadership.

The COMPASS After-School Program operates 3 hours immediately following school dismissal, Monday through Friday. The After-School Program will be open 8 am – 6 pm on some days when public schools will be closed.

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Director, Exploring the Arts (Los Angeles)

Exploring the Arts

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW 

Exploring the Arts (ETA), a non-profit organization with headquarters in New York City, was founded in 1999 by world renowned American singer and artist Tony Bennett and his wife Susan Benedetto, an accomplished NYC teacher and school leader. ETA’s early mission was to support Frank Sinatra School for the Arts (FSSA), founded by Tony and Susan in Tony’s hometown of Astoria, Queens. FSSA now serves 740 students across 6 performing and visual arts majors.

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Remote Fall Marketing Associate (Part-Time)

TADA! Youth Theater

TADA!’s Vision and Mission

Since 1984, TADA!’s vision is for all young people to grow up feeling successful, creative, confident, accepted and accepting of themselves. TADA!’s mission is to provide young people from different backgrounds with musical theater programs that inspire them to be creative, learn, and think differently. TADA! is a unique Drama Desk award-winning nonprofit youth theater that produces original musicals for children, teens, and family audiences. TADA! offers a free,

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Chief Operating Officer

BRIC

Overview

BRIC seeks a strategic thinker and innovative, proactive, problem-solver for the role of Chief Operating Officer. Reporting to the President, the Chief Operating Officer is responsible for managing all aspects of the back-office function of BRIC: Finance, Human Resources, Compliance, Facilities/Real Estate, & Information Technology.

Key Responsibilities Include:

Operational Strategy and Financial Stewardship

  • In partnership with the President and the senior team, set direction, vision,
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Assistant Dean for Diversity and Equity in the Arts

Pace University

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences at Pace University invites applications for an Assistant Dean for Diversity and Equity in the Arts with a commitment to Pace’s motto of Opportunitas and a passion for promoting diversity and equity in education and the arts. This is a grant-supported one-year appointment funded by The Edmond de Rothschild Foundations, with the possibility of renewal. The Assistant Dean for Diversity and Equity in the Arts will have varied responsibilities,

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ARTE (Art & Resistance Through Education) Paid Intern

ARTE

ARTE is currently seeking a group of committed and passionate interns for the upcoming semester: September 1, 2020 through December 18, 2020 (16 weeks).

Application deadline: August 15, 2020

Background on Organization: 

Launched in June 2013 in New York City, ARTE is a nascent, innovative organization that uses art, design, and technology to amplify the voices of young people to develop creative solutions and bring awareness to local and global human rights challenges,

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Head of Horticulture

Little Island

About the Role

Little Island will feature a lush, seasonal, landscape including rolling hills, walking paths and open lawns, with dazzling views of NYC, and we seek an experienced Head of Horticulture to join the team. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of urban gardening, proven success developing and implementing horticulture maintenance plans, and strong communication skills. This position is full-time and reports to the Chief Operating Officer.

Key Responsibilities

  • Oversee the upkeep and maintenance of a diverse group of plantings including trees,
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Creative Classroom Teacher (Arts Integration)

Out of the Box Arts

Looking for “creative classroom” instructors who would like to teach and tutor students virtually.

Looking for instructors who will use a creative approach in subjects like math, science, history, geography, language arts, and computer science.

We at OTB Arts are still growing but have had an influx of parents looking for out of the box instruction- virtually! We specialize in creative arts like theater, music, painting, & more but we want to welcome a different approach to the changing climate to help parents offer one on one,

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