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Most students find their internship to be an extremely positive learning experience.

By participating in the CVPA internship program you will:

  • apply what you learn in the classroom to workplace experiences
  • explore career options
  • build your resume with career-appropriate experience
  • gain experience navigating real-world situations
  • develop a network of professional contacts to use as references

Internship Course

CVPA students interested in taking an internship for university credit should register for AXD 400-01 Advanced Topics in Art + Design, our Internship course.

In addition to a determined number of work-hours, the internship course has additional requirements. Be sure to consult with the instructor teaching the course for a detailed description of the course and all its requirements.

Internship Placement

Students registered for the Internship course should find an internship placement prior to the beginning of the semester. The internship experience should be conducive to the student’s academic interests and long-term career plans.

Students are encouraged to search for appropriate internship sites on their own. However, the instructor teaching the course will be happy to assist you in your search should you need/want it. All placements have to be approved by the instructor teaching the course before students begin earning academic credit. With advance approval, internships may be undertaken during the summer or winter break.

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Studio Institute Arts Intern in Stewardship and Donor Relations at Cleveland Museum of Art

Employer: Cleveland Museum of Art Expires: 04/01/2024 The Stewardship and Donor Relations intern will be an integral part of the stewardship and donor relations team, helping to support all areas the team is responsible for, including donor recognition and acknowledgement, donor and member programs and events, the donor travel program, project management of Cleveland Art members magazine, affinity and affiliate groups, and more. Tasks that may be conducted:Assist with donor acknowledgement and recognitionAssist with planning and implementation for donor and member programs and eventsAdministrative support for affinity and affiliate groupsAssist with donor travel programProvide general support to the stewardship team  During the internship, the candidate will: Plan member and supporter programs and events / prepare event materialsAssist with departmental mailingsAssist with project management for Cleveland ArtAssist with affiliate group membership renewals   By completing the internship, the candidate will:Understand how a nonprofit stewardship team operates – workflow, responsibilities, and expectations.Develop stronger skills in professional relationship building – with a focus in donor relations and stewardshipPractice communication, organization, and event planningLearn to use Tessitura and other software for planning and managing events Cohort Building at the Cleveland Museum of Art The summer internship program at the Cleveland Museum of Art offers wholistic professional experiences that provide students opportunities to develop as both professionals and well-rounded individuals. As such, interns at the Cleveland Museum of Art will participate in the Summer on the Cuyahoga Pick 10 program, which offers access to a variety of events throughout Cleveland that give students opportunities to meet and socialize with other interns outside of the museum.   Eligibility Requirements   To apply, applicant must:Be a full-time student pursuing a bachelor’s degree. You must be a Junior or Senior as of January 2024.Reside or attend college within Cleveland or the boundary established by the Inner Ring Suburbs.Have an Expected Family Contribution of less than $5,000 Additional Requirements and Application Materials Interest in the arts a plusPrevious work experience in nonprofits a plusNeed to be familiar with Microsoft Word / ExcelResume, cover letter, references, transcripts Application deadline: April 1st, 2024. Each year the Studio Institute’s Arts Intern program funds 1-2 internships. This internship pays $20/hr, 28 hours per week for 10 weeks.*Studio Arts Interns spend one day a week participating in Arts Intern’s professional development and career exploration meetings. Supervisors must attend one orientation and the closing presentation.This internship is expected to begin June 3rd, 2024.Application Procedure:1) To apply to a position, visit and fill out the eligibility application form on Arts Intern’s website.2) Once your eligibility application is reviewed and approved, Studio Institute will send you an email confirming your eligibility for the program. Note: once you're verified as eligible for Arts Intern, you can apply to as many positions as you'd like. You do not have to submit the eligibility application more than once.3) You will forward this confirmation email, along with your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to Travis Deal at with the subject "Arts Intern 2023 Approved Application". After you have forwarded your confirmation email, click “Apply Now” above to submit your application to the CMA’s application portal. You must apply on both sites to be considered for the position.*Note: if you are not approved by Arts Intern prior to applying on our website, your application will not be considered.

Cleveland Museum of Art Internship in Security and Special Events at Cleveland Museum of Art

Employer: Cleveland Museum of Art Expires: 03/08/2024 Cleveland Museum of Art Internship in Security and Special EventsThe Department of Protection Services is seeking a highly motivated candidate to assist with the planning and execution of security operations for special events. Under the supervision of the Security Event Management Team, the candidate will learn the foundations of event management including managing the event timeline from set-up to load-out. The candidate will also work closely with the Security Event Management Team to plan, coordinate, and execute security coverage for an event. The candidate will work closely with staff, participating in weekly meetings to present event reports, share ideas and suggestions for improvements for future events, and set goals for the candidate’s progress.Key knowledge and skills obtained during the internship include coordination and collaboration with other essential event management departments including the museum’s in-house catering team, Bon Appetite, Philanthropy, and others. Other key skills include communication, organization, problem solving, supervising, and event planning.Cohort Building at the Cleveland Museum of Art The summer internship program at the Cleveland Museum of Art offers wholistic professional experiences that provide students opportunities to develop as both professionals and well-rounded individuals. As such, interns at the Cleveland Museum of Art will participate in the Summer on the Cuyahoga Pick 10 program, which offers access to a variety of events throughout Cleveland that give students opportunities to meet and socialize with other interns outside of the museum. Eligibility Requirements:To apply, applicant must:Be pursuing an Associate’s or Undergraduate degree in Hospitality, Criminal Justice, or Event Planning.Additional Requirements and Application MaterialsStrong communication skills.Some experience needed in using Microsoft Word, Excel, and other related programsExperience working events and/or security preferred but not requiredCover letter and resume neededApplication Deadline: March 8th, 2024The pay rate for this position is $15/hour, 10-12 hours per week for 8 weeks. Hours are primarily Saturday evenings with a few hours held during the week.Anticipated start date: June 3rd, 2024

Art Teacher, Clothing & Textiles/Fashion Design (2024-2025 School Year) at Marlborough Public Schools

Employer: Marlborough Public Schools Expires: 08/05/2024 Title of Position:                                             Art Teacher, Clothing & Textiles/Fashion Design (2024-2025 School Year)  Location:Marlborough High School       Effective Date of Employment:                                              2024-25 School Year Start Date:                                                       August 26, 2024 Salary:                                                                  Placement on the Teacher's Salary Scale according to education and experience. Organizational Relationship or Line of Authority:                                      Directly responsible to the School Principal in matters related to the building. Jointly responsible to the Principal, the Supervisor of Visual Arts, and the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning. Statement of Duties:Responsible for instruction and general duties as indicated by the Principal, Supervisor of Visual Arts, directives of the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designees, and policies of the Marlborough School Committee. Performance Responsibilities:Teaches clothing, textiles, and fashion classes within the visual arts department.Be able to guide students through individualized projects, teaching a wide variety of methods, materials, and techniques unique to apparel construction.Flexibility and adaptability to differentiate learning to meet the diverse needs of students.Creates a learning environment that promotes creativity and self-expression.Plans and produces an annual fashion show of student work.Organizes and manages studio equipment, materials, and tools, and instructs students in proper care and use of such equipment.Establishes classroom safety standards to provide an orderly and productive studio environment.Defines high expectations for the quality of student work and the perseverance and effort required to produce it.Effectively partners with families, community members, and organizations to build relationships that support student learning.Responsible for planning lessons that guide students through the creative process and teaches them a variety of techniques.Must be collaborative and have strong desire to build school community through the arts.Meets and instructs assigned classes in the locations and at the times designated.Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the subject matter and the pedagogy it requires by engaging students in learning experiences that enable them to acquire complex knowledge and skills in the subject.Demonstrates knowledge of developmental levels of students and the different ways students learn by providing differentiated learning experiences to enable all students to progress toward meeting intended outcomes.Organizes and analyzes results from assessments to determine progress and uses findings to adjust practice and identify and/or implement appropriate differentiated interventions and enhancements for all students, including those with disabilities and English learners, using various methods, including but not limited to, tiered instruction, scaffolds and adapted instruction and/or materials to accommodate differences in learning.Prepares for classes assigned and shows written evidence of preparation upon request of immediate superior.Encourages students to set and maintain standards of classroom behavior.Uses rituals, routines, and appropriate responses that create and maintain a safe physical and intellectual environment where students take academic risks and most behaviors that interfere with learning are prevented.Uses strategies and practices that are likely to enable students to demonstrate respect for and affirm their own and others' differences related to background, identity, language, strengths, and challenges.Shows understanding of and sensitivity to different families' home language, culture, and values.Maintains accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, district policy, and administrative regulations.Assists in upholding and enforcing school rules, administrative regulations, and School Committee policy.Makes provisions for being available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the instructional day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms.Seeks out and applies ideas for improving practice from supervisors, colleagues, professional development activities, and other resources to gain expertise and/or assume different instruction and leadership responsibilities.Establishes and maintains cooperative relations with others.Attends and participates in faculty meetings.Accepts a share of responsibility for co-curricular activities as assigned.Demonstrates sound judgment reflecting integrity, honesty, fairness, and trustworthiness and protects student confidentiality appropriately.Consistently fulfills professional responsibilities; is consistently timely and reliable with paperwork, duties, and assignments; and demonstrates regular attendance.Performs other duties as assigned by building principal.Qualifications:Licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in Visual Art (grades 5-12).Degree in Textiles/Fashion Design/Apparel Construction preferred.Knowledge of fashion history and fashion illustration.Bilingual preferred (Spanish and/or Portuguese).SEI Endorsement preferred.Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable.An Equal Opportunity EmployerIt is the policy of the Marlborough Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability in its education programs, services, activities, or employment practices.

CRDIP Indigenous Arts Planning Member - Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site at American Conservation Experience

Employer: American Conservation Experience Expires: 08/01/2024 CRDIP Indigenous Arts Planning Member - Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National Historic SiteAmerican Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with Longfellow House Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site and through the Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program, is seeking an Indigenous Arts Planning Member interested in dedicating 21 weeks to support Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site in increasing community access to and engagement with exhibits, collections, and the cultural landscape.For more information about ACE and to apply for the position, please visit: Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program (CRDIP) is a professional development internship that introduces students and recent graduates, from backgrounds historically underrepresented in the National Parks, to career opportunities within Cultural Resource Management in the NPS. CRDIP participants will have the opportunity to attend several professional development webinars as well as write blogs or create videos about their projects throughout their term. To learn more: Date: June 3, 2024Estimated End Date: October 25, 2024*a 21-week minimum commitment is required *Location Details/Description: Longfellow House Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site- Cambridge, MALiving Allowance: The ACE Member is expected to contribute ~40 hours/week and will receive a living allowance of $680/week to offset the costs of food and incidental expenses, dispersed bi-weekly. Housing: Housing is the responsibility of the member and not provided by ACE or NPS. A reimbursement not to exceed $850/month will be provided to help offset the cost of housing. For more information about ACE and to apply for the position, please visit:

Performing Arts Specialist at Alliance of Massachusetts YMCAs

Employer: Alliance of Massachusetts YMCAs Expires: 08/01/2024 *Part-time seasonal*If you are passionate about music and drama, help us pass that passion on to the campers of Camp Norwich! Our performing arts specialist will share with kids the essential joys of the arts and teach them to express themselves. Starting 2024!Job DutiesDirect a play, musical, chorus performance, dance, or skit for each two-week session of campDevelop & deliver a performing arts program that is appropriate for campers from 5-14 years oldKeep music & drama equipment and program area organized and clean, as well as managing inventory of suppliesEvaluate and develop abilities of campers and staff, as well as evaluating the success of the program overallQualificationsMust be at least 18 years of ageExperience teaching music and drama to childrenPassion for your area of expertise & dedication to educating kids$17 per hourBenefits include a free membership to the Y and the opportunity to participate in a 403(b). Please submit your application, resume, and cover letter to kira.mattheson@hrymca.orgOr mail/in person to Hampshire Regional YMCA Attn: Kira Mattheson 286 Prospect St. Northampton, MA 01060

ArtistYear AmeriCorps Resident Teaching Artist (OH, TX, TN) at ArtistYear

Employer: ArtistYear Expires: 06/07/2024 NOTE: We accept applications on a rolling basis and review applications in pooled deadlines throughout the year. Our final deadline is June 7th, 2024.Please click here to apply. At ArtistYear we train & place exceptional artists as Resident Teaching Artists (RTAs) to address inequities in creative learning at K-12 schools across the nation. We are excited to announce we are launching NEW SERVICE REGIONS in Nashville, Tennessee, Cleveland, Ohio, and Dallas, Texas. What is the role of a Resident Teaching Artist (RTA)?RTAs represent all artistic disciplines. An ArtistYear AmeriCorps RTA is dedicated to the highest level of artistic excellence, possesses a deep commitment to service, and believes in the artistic potential of students.ArtistYear RTAs work alongside a faculty member at their school placement. Each placement relationship looks different depending on the region served, placement school, and the personality match and communication between an RTA and the faculty member they are assigned.An ArtistYear RTA’s role is to enter into a school community and provide arts instruction or exposure where it may be lacking. RTAs have the opportunity to fill in the gaps in a unique way outside of the parameters of being a teacher or a sub.In addition to providing youth-centered arts experiences each day, RTAs also act as “capacity builders” for a school’s emerging arts program, supporting existing arts specialists or school leadership with arts partner cultivation, arts field trip preparations, and arts resource procurement.What does service look like?Once trained, RTAs collaborate with their service site to expand and deepen arts offerings via:Partnering with teachers to enhance arts instruction in the general classroom settingArts ClubsPull-out instruction with small groups of studentsArts Integration in core academic subjectsSchool-wide arts initiativesWhat is an RTA’s role and responsibilities?As an ArtistYear RTA responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following:A full-time (40 hours) service week in a Title I funded school, inclusive of:Direct teaching and school common-time hours.Communication, meeting, planning, and preparation hours.Student performance or exhibition hours.Full attendance and participation in all training and professional development requirements for school site and ArtistYear.Designing and teaching standards-based, aligned arts education that supports school culture and goals, as well as ArtistYear’s standards.On-time submission of all required time-sheets and data collection reports.Design and execute arts instruction and activities that encourage student social-emotional growth.Prepare and execute required Community Arts Events (minimum of one per year).Regular communication, meetings and collaboration with school staff members and the ArtistYear leadership.Complete required documentation and records for school site and ArtistYear.Receive and implement regular and supportive feedback from ArtistYear leadership and/or school site supervisor on performance.Who are we looking for?We look for applicants who possess the following characteristics:Dedication to the highest level of artistic excellence, deep commitment to service and belief in the artistic potential of every child.Aptitude for organization, self-motivation, and problem-solving;Ability to remain flexible and manage changing priorities and demands on time;Exceptional judgment:Interpersonal maturity, compassion, and wisdom;Respect for individuals’ and diverse experiences;Ability to work effectively with people of all backgrounds and experiences.Effective communication:Easily engages others and demonstrates genuine interest in the thoughts, ideas, and opinions of others;Comfortable with public speaking, writing, preparing presentations and/or speeches;Possesses the ability to actively listen.What are the RTA benefits?ArtistYear supports the professional development and personal growth of each RTA throughout the year of service. These benefits include:A monthly living stipend of $2,083 (pre-tax).An educational award of $5,176.50 following successful completion of your service year.Federal school loan forbearance during your ArtistYear.A stipend to cover health insurance equivalent to the Bronze Level on the Health Insurance Marketplace if not already covered by an existing policy.Regular professional development/training opportunities in classroom management, child development, teaching artistry, creativity, arts education, and civic engagement.Mentoring: on-site in your school assignment and through off-site sessions.Opportunities for external networking within your service community, collaboration with arts professionals, ArtistYear staff, and program alumni.Obtain critical skills in the domains of communication, conflict resolution, project design, and self-advocacy.Build supportive meaningful relationships with ArtistYear colleagues and your students through the arts.Additional benefits may vary based on region.APPLICANT REQUIREMENTSApplicants to ArtistYear must be:Highly skilled in their artistic craft or having a comparable combination of education and experience in their artistic field.For example: Art history, art therapy, creative writing, dance, digital media, fashion design, fine arts, piano, photography, screenwriting, filmmaking, music composition, music education, theater, viola, etc.U.S. citizenship, national, or legal resident.Due to the hiring restrictions as an AmeriCorps program, ArtistYear may only accept applicants who are U.S. citizens, nationals, or legal residents.Able to dedicate up to 12-months to a full-time national service year.Able to successfully pass all necessary background checks and clearances for working with youth.APPLICATION PROCESSThe RTA application requirements include:Short Answer QuestionsArtistic representation via video or portfolio sampleTwo referencesInterviews (conducted via Zoom)APPLICATION TIMELINEWe accept applications on a rolling basis. They will be reviewed in pooled groups on the following dates:MAR 1, 2024 – 1st Pool DeadlineMAY 17, 2024 – 2nd Pool DeadlineJune 7, 2024 – Final Pool DeadlinePlease Note: ArtistYear highly encourages all members to be vaccinated regardless of service site location. If you are serving within a school district that implements a vaccine mandate at any point during your service year, you will be required to comply by getting vaccinated and providing proof of your vaccination. You WILL NOT be eligible to serve if you do not comply with your school district's vaccine mandate.ArtistYear provides equal employment opportunities to all Employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, disability, gender identity, results of genetic testing, or service in the military. Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, and training.


Employer: Integrasense Incorporated Expires: 07/26/2024 JOB SUMMARYAs an Automation Electrical and Software Engineer Intern at Integrasense, your role will be to discover, understand and adopt emerging technologies to adapt and bring new-age product concepts to life. You’ll be prototyping and developing electrical and software solutions that bridges our connected products and devices with interactive software.This is a dream job for the engineer who loves to live on the cutting edge and is comfortable taking the lead while accepting mentoring from our seasoned experts. If you are a creative engineer who covets the challenge of finding innovative ways to deliver solutions and expand your horizons and knowledge then you’ve just found your tribe.WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FORAcademic concentration in Electrical/Computer Science, Engineering or a related field.Extremely strong self-motivator and self-starter.Experience and ability to grasp and execute new development platforms.Strong experience scripting in Python or equivalent language and consuming API’s and SDK’s.Strong ability to design and develop new products from concept.Effective oral and written communication skills.Effective analytical, problem-solving and decision-making skills.Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and projects concurrently.NICE SKILLS TO POSESSSchematic or PCB designCloud Experience (AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, etc.).Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning experience.Working knowledge of communicating via Bluetooth/WiFi technologies.Familiar with JSON, Embedded C /C++, IoT protocols i.e. MQTT, XMPP, DDS, AMQP, CoAP.Experience with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and mobile platforms- iOS/Android.Familiarity with Electronic Circuit TheoryMakerspace experience /Membership.WHAT YOU GETReal world experience to expand your abilities in prototyping and bringing cutting edge to life.Mentoring from leading engineers and developers.Sense of purpose where you can leverage your passion and strengths.Integrasense is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer supporting diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants to Integrasense will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, veteran's status, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.

Social Media Intern at Drape Art Designs

Employer: Drape Art Designs Expires: 07/25/2024 A Social Media Intern:Is responsible for assisting in a range of marketing initiatives within our organization. Their duties include tracking analytics for social media campaigns, creating social media posting schedules, plan the social media calendar, and writing captions for social media posts. Expectations:-      Generate, edit, publish, schedule posts, and share engaging content daily (e.g. photos, text, videos, news)-      Communicate with followers, respond to queries in a timely manner, and monitor customer reviews-      Oversee social media accounts’ design (e.g. Facebook timeline cover, Instagram profile pictures, blogs)-      Stay up to date with current technologies and trends in social media, design tools and applications-      Current formatting, sort, and create photo albums in one drive.

Arts Management Internship at WaterFire Providence

Employer: WaterFire Providence Expires: 03/30/2024 Arts Management InternshipSupervisors: Barnaby Evans, Executive Artistic Director and Emily Gray, Executive Assistant Terms Available: Summer, Fall, Winter, SpringFull-time and part-time positions available; flexible scheduling.Compensation: Unpaid | May be used for academic credit, career exploration or service-learning. Applicants are encouraged to check with their Career Center for possible funding resources from their college or university..Mission Statement of WaterFire Providence:WaterFire Providence’s mission is to inspire Providence and its visitors by revitalizing the urban experience, fostering community engagement and creatively transforming the city by presenting WaterFire for all to enjoy and curating world-class art experiences at the WaterFire Arts Center.  Job Overview: WaterFire is first and foremost an evolving artistic expression that strives to greet its visitors with something new each and every time they visit. Working with the WaterFire team, the intern will assist in this creative process. Through building relationships with local artistic partners, problem solving logistical details, and assisting in support functions, the intern will gain insight into the creative process involved in an arts and nonprofit organization.. Responsibilities: Support the Artistic Director in collaborating with external financial and artistic partnersResearch projects as neededAssist in the management of a major arts grantCollaborate and problem solve logistical details involved in new artistic venturesPlay an instrumental role in WaterFire lightings throughout the given seasonWaterFire is a seasonal event, and responsibilities will vary accordingly per the discretion of WaterFire Providence administration Qualifications: Excellent communication skillsA solid understanding of Mac/PC Platform, Google Drive and Excel DatabaseInterest in taking on artistic and feasibility research for special projects during eventsAn understanding and interest in grant writing and foundation research for fundraising effortsA valid driver’s license or reliable form of transportationA sense of humor, and enthusiasm to work with a committed teamTo apply, please go to: WaterFire InternshipFor more information on WaterFire Providence, visit 

Arts Administration Apprenticeship at Portland Stage Company

Employer: Portland Stage Company Expires: 03/02/2024 PORTLAND STAGE COMPANY seeks apprentices for its 2024-2025 season.All Portland Stage employees, apprentices and guest artists agree to create a work environment that respects diverse ideas, races, genders, sexualities, abilities, culture, and religions, contribute to working in an anti-racist theater, and value Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA).Arts Administration Apprenticeships:Company ManagementDevelopmentMarketingThe Arts Administration Apprenticeship can be adjusted slightly depending on the skills and interests of the applicant. Historically, this apprenticeship is primarily in Company Management and works with the Company Manager on company meals, housing, contracts, and other administration. needs. The apprentice will also float to other departments for special projects, including working with/on the Maine Theater Collective. Past apprentices have worked with Development, Marketing, Education, and others. All apprentices will be on two, if not more, run crew assignments and will spend time in other departments to expand their knowledge in all areas of theater.Apprenticeships are also available in Directing/Dramaturgy, Education, Stage Management, and all areas of Production (Lights/Sound, Costumes, Props, Sets).The Portland Stage Apprenticeship Program is committed to training future generations of theater professionals. Applicants should be highly motivated individuals who have acquired basic training in the theater arts and are looking to explore their field further through meaningful hands-on experience. Portland Stage apprentices can expect to be challenged by a creative process that relies on both ingenuity and collaboration.Apprentices at Portland Stage work with leading designers, directors, administrators, and our professional production team throughout the season. They leave with a greater knowledge of the theatrical process and the satisfaction of being part of a dedicated theater company where exceptional quality is the end goal.What you can expect:The hours are full time (40 hours a week) and the schedule will likely fluctuate from week to week.Furnished housing, utilities (electricity, heat, internet) and a $107 weekly stipend will be provided.Limited $5,000 cost of living scholarships are available for those with financial need. We encourage everyone to apply for this scholarship.There will be physical tasks that require repeated lifting of at least 40 lbs and bending, as well as possibly being on ladders, lifts, or catwalks. Please note that some areas of the theater facility are not handicap-accessible.Everyone will be on run crew at least twice. Some apprenticeships have more run crew expectations than others. Some run crew positions might require that you appear onstage in a costume.There are additional Swing Run Crew positions for each production that will function essentially as an understudy for the production run crew and may sub in to run shows as needed to provide time off for other run crew members.College credit can be arranged.The minimum commitment is from late August through early June; Education Apprentices may be invited to stay as late as early August.See Apprenticeship FAQ on website for additional details. To apply, download application at and submit via email. Deadline: March 1.Please reach out to Jenn London & Julianne Shea at with any questions.

Arts and Culture Intern at Berkshire Regional Planning Commission

Employer: Berkshire Regional Planning Commission Expires: 03/15/2024 Berkshire Regional Planning Commission welcomes you! Our staff come from an increasingly broad range of personal and professional backgrounds. Our diverse set of skills and perspectives help us better serve the communities and residents of Berkshire County. You may not be formally trained as a professional planner – we still encourage you to apply. Be sure to send a cover letter highlighting your transferable talents.  TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to ARTS AND CULTURE – SUMMER 202420-35 hours per week, for 10 weeks beginning mid-June. Hybrid. GENERAL DESCRIPTIONBRPC provides staffing to two established Cultural Districts in Berkshire County and serves as a convener for these and other MCC-designated Cultural Districts in the region. BRPC is also currently supporting the development of a Cultural Plan for the City of Pittsfield. This position will support these efforts by participating in Cultural District meetings (recording minutes, developing meeting agendas, etc.) and maintaining Cultural District promotional efforts (writing e-newsletters, maintaining social media accounts, etc.), as well as a broad range of tasks, including public outreach to draft and refine the Pittsfield Cultural Plan. RESPONSIBILITIESAttend meetings (virtual and in-person) and take careful notes to track goals, objectives, and deliverables.Support the logistical, administrative, and organizational needs of projects described above and additional arts and culture initiatives that may arise prior to the onset of the internship timeframe.Connect with cultural stakeholders in all applicable communities to expand awareness of and participation in projects and initiatives. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities)Successful candidates are organized, detail-oriented, self-directed, and strong written and oral communicators. Familiarity with Berkshire County's cultural venues and facilities is a benefit. Applicants must have a valid driver's license and access to transportation for conducting fieldwork.

Apprentice, Artistic Administration (Summer 2024) at Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

Employer: Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts Expires: 03/02/2024 Assist Wolf Trap Opera & Classical Programming in the daily operations of the department, which includes:Contracting artists for the 2023 summer season.Assisting in the operations of the annual Chamber Concert series.Assisting in the creation of the 2023 opera budget.Planning and executing the annual fall audition tour.REQUIREMENTS:Interest in pursuing a career in opera or classical music administrationStrong computer skills (Word, Excel, Publisher)Strong organizational & communication skillsPrevious experience with a performing arts organization strongly recommended APPLY NOW:

Apprentice, Props (Summer 2024) at Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

Employer: Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts Expires: 03/02/2024 Provide assistance to the Props Master and learn the art of crafting, building, and acquiring all the necessary hand and furniture props needed in fully produced professional shows.Work with paper, fabric, upholstery, glue, glitter, and magic to craft unique stage propsAssist the Props Master in managing paperwork and tracking propsTake on unique responsibilities as running crew for opera performances at The Barns Requirements:Prior stage properties or equivalent experienceUnderstanding of basic scene shop safety APPLY NOW:

Paid Digital Arts Instructor Intern at Lavner Education

Employer: Lavner Education Expires: 03/02/2024 Apply to Work at In-Person Tech Camps for Summer 2024! Job Hours: Vary by location, typical standard hours are Monday 8am - 3:45pm, Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 8:30am - 3:30pm, Friday 8:30am - 3:45pm Lavner Education is seeking passionate and engaging individuals who want to grow their STEAM, teaching, and leadership skills in a fun and rewarding environment this summer. Gain hands-on STEAM experience, build your resume, and make a positive impact teaching students this summer! WHY JOIN CAMP TECH REVOLUTION?Gain meaningful STEAM, teaching, and leadership experiencePaid positionBuild your resumeExcellent letters of recommendation for great workDetailed curriculum and full-time supportReceive training from EdTech experts in the fieldBecome a valued member of Lavner Education's robust network of team members, alumni, and affiliates across the educational landscape Lavner Education, one of the world's leading EdTech companies for kids, powers the Lavner Camps, Tech Revolution, Lavner IQ, and Lavner Fitness brands, offering year-round camps, classes, tournaments, and online tutoring to kids worldwide. Whether at locations like UPenn, NYU, WashU, UW-Seattle, and UCLA, or through online camps and private instruction, our multi-layered approach to education is redefining the industry like never before. By embracing the concept that kids should love what they do and have the opportunity for high-quality live, interactive learning in an inclusive environment, we create cutting-edge learning experiences that feature top-notch curricula and superstar instructors, all backed by a dedicated and mission-driven leadership team.  JOB RESPONSIBILITIESDeliver quality, educational instruction to elementary and middle school-aged students in a class and one-on-one environment from the provided curriculum for topics including Digital Art, 3D Modeling & 3D Printing, Graphic Design, Web Design, All-Girls STEAM, and much moreProvide ongoing troubleshooting and technical support to staff and studentsCommunicate tech issues quickly and effectively to company headquarters and offer solutionsPerform weekly inventory management and trackingBe a positive role model for campers and staff, arriving every day with an inclusive, professional, and upbeat attitude QUALIFICATIONSEducation, training, or experience in Graphic Design, Digital Art, Design & Applied Arts, Education, or related fieldsA background in working with kids and teens is highly recommended, but not requiredWillingness to perform all job duties with enthusiasm and a positive outlookDeep appreciation for teamwork and drive to be part of a high-level teamCandidates must demonstrate flexibility, leadership abilities, and strong communication skillsRequired clearances, or ability to obtain them prior to start date. Lavner Education will reimburse employees for the costs of the clearances if they need to be obtained. LOCATIONS HIRING FOR SUMMER 2024:Housing is not provided so please only apply if you are able to commute daily to one of our campusesCalifornia (Los Angeles, Pomona, San Diego, San Francisco)Colorado (Denver, Golden)District of ColumbiaFlorida (Miami, Orlando)Georgia (Atlanta)Illinois (Chicago, Evanston)Maryland (Baltimore)Massachusetts (Boston, Newton)Minnesota (St. Paul)Missouri (St. Louis)New Jersey (Cherry Hill)New York (Manhattan, Garden City, Pleasantville)Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Fort Washington, Lower Gwynedd, Lower Merion, Malvern, Villanova)Tennessee (Nashville)Texas (Austin, Dallas, Houston)Washington (Seattle) For more information on our summer tech camps and locations please visit lavnercamps.comEmail:

Joffrey Summer Internships at Joffrey Ballet School

Employer: Joffrey Ballet School Expires: 06/11/2024 The Joffrey Ballet School Internship Program is seeking passionate, creative, and responsible individuals interested in gaining valuable work experience in Residence Life, Arts Administration, and Health & Wellness. Every summer, approximately 50 interns join Joffrey nationally where they work and collaborate closely with world renowned Artistic Directors, Faculty, and Administrative Staff. 

Interactive Digital Art Museum - Ambassador- Guest Experience Specialist at wndr museum

Employer: wndr museum Expires: 03/01/2024 Ambassador- Guest Experience SpecialistAbout WNDRWNDR Museum is an interactive experience: a multi-sensory showcase of art and technology. Our message is simple: We are all artists. And as artists, our visitors are more than passive onlookers. Whatever they do in our museum, IS art.WNDR is a collective of thinkers, artists, poets, and designers, working at the intersection of art and technology. The expansive programs put forth as a collective hub includes our museums, creative studio, and bold collaborations. At WNDR, you’ll have the opportunity to work directly with hands-on leaders and mission-driven individuals every day.About the roleWNDR Museum Boston is looking for outgoing, high-energy individuals to join our Ambassador team!We are looking for people who want to play an integral role in shaping the entire guest experience, offering top-notch customer service with a dose of humor and humanity, from the moment guests enter our venue until the moment they exit.This job is perfect for restaurant servers, hospitality professionals, actors, experience-based retail associates and people who thrive on authentic guest interactions and are looking to do it in a wildly amazing atmosphere!This is a part-time, on-site role in Boston, MA.Preferred Qualifications• Previous experience in museums, hotels, restaurants, or other guest facing, hospitality related positions.• Are a gifted storyteller, actor, comedian, dinner party guest, life of the party, etc.• Value collaboration and acting as a team player.• High School Diploma or GED preferred but any related work experience accepted.• Knowledge of POS or ticketing systems a plus.• Knowledge and love of art or technology a plus.• Ability and willingness to work flexible hours including but not limited to opening and closing shifts, Saturday or Sunday shifts, and holidays.About the role responsibilities• Engaging warmly with guests, facilitating meaningful interactions, answering any questions, and actively taking steps to correct any guest issues.• Arriving on time and being ready for pre-shift meetings and communicating effectively with other Ambassadors, and Floor Managers.• Facilitating authentic museum experiences for our guests through meaningful guest interaction. Having a comprehensive knowledge of our space, exhibits, artists and WNDR culture.• Facilitating the flow of guests in our space while maintaining the safety and security of exhibits and guests.• Attending mandatory trainings and monthly all-staff meetings.• Working in all aspects of the museum floor experience, including retail, food and beverage, box office and at special events.• Learning and processing transaction on both our ticketing and POS systems.• Keeping our space clean and orderly for everyone’s enjoyment.• Other duties as assigned.Physical Requirements (with or without accommodations)• Mobility: The ability to consistently walk and move around is essential for this role.• Stationary Tasks: This position involves frequent stationary activities, including standing, reaching, and maintaining balance while walking.• Body Movements: Occasional physical activities such as kneeling, crouching, climbing, bending, or stooping may be required.• Equipment Handling: The role could include pushing or pulling equipment, such as shelving bays, dollies, and carts.• Lifting: Candidates must be capable of lifting, carrying, and placing items weighing up to 25pounds.• Being present in a space with a significant amount of multi-sensory stimulation includingbut not limited to multiple recorded audio tracks played over speakers, crowd noise,abrupt shifts in lighting, strobe lights and multiple video devices visible at once.These requirements are designed to comply with company policies and can be adjusted or accommodated as needed. If you have any concerns or require accommodations, please let us know.Join us in shaping a truly immersive cultural experience at WNDR!At WNDR, we are passionate about finding people to continuously help us grow our organization. We encourage you to apply, even if your experience doesn’t match every detail of the job description. If we don’t see something that immediately fits, we will keep your resume on file for future opportunities.WNDR Museum warmly welcomes people of all ages, identities, ethnicities, beliefs, religions, and backgrounds to join our team. WNDR is an equal opportunity employer, fully committed to achieving an inclusive and diverse workplace and we strongly encourage nontraditional candidates to apply. We hold ourselves to our commitment and continuously strive to attract, engage, and grow with our talented team.

Payomet Intern at Payomet Performing Arts Center

Employer: Payomet Performing Arts Center Expires: 06/30/2024 Qualifications:A basic understanding of production work and principlesAn interest in performing arts and non profit workInterest in the arts & culture of indigenous peoples and First NationsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsOrganizational skills and the ability to complete tasks on timeAbility to take initiative on assigned projectsAbility to multitask and balance multiple projects at onceWillingness to ask questions Responsibilities May Include:Assist with Sound ChecksEvent facilities crew - Light physical labor such as assisting with load-in and set-up for big shows, including moving chairs, sweeping, light painting, care and clean-up during and after shows, etc. Clean, casual attire is our norm but for certain shifts, appropriate apparel might resemble rugged work clothesAssist with hospitality for music artists for showsAssist with Circus ShowsTraveling with touring circus artists, setting up and breaking down for regional standouts Set up of show 2 hrs before doors open - sound, set, props, rigging assistance etctech during show - running sound and light cues, rigging changes, some supporting rolestrike of showWe might also need you to help out with odd jobs like tweaking a set piece (carpenter work), upgrading performance space (small paint or handyman jobs). Editing audio files and whatever other skills you would like to bring to the table.General admin assistance w/ marketing, development, programming and operations departmentGeneral office support: Input data, record information, photocopy, assist w/ communicationsProvide support to staff at eventsAssist with all aspects of running concessions at shows Box office supportAssist office staff on research projectsSocial media supportOnline calendar postings Postering/street team Marketing support at events (email sign-ups, raffle ticket sales, table representative, swag sales, photography, etc.) Usher as needed (most shows are g/a) 

Communications and Marketing Administration Internship at Indigo Arts Alliance

Employer: Indigo Arts Alliance Expires: 05/28/2024 The Communication and Marketing Administration Intern provides support to Indigo Arts Alliance through the creation, implementation and support of internal and external communication efforts. The selected interns are given projects that span across the organization, and grow transferable skills such as project management, copywriting, graphic design, and more. They play a valuable role by creating new ways and assisting in maintaining methods for our audiences to remain engaged through social media efforts, newsletters, and printed materials.Roles and Responsibilities: - Assist Marketing and Communications Coordinator in streamlining internal/external communications software - Assist in researching and setting up new communications - Assist communications team in maintaining active social media presence for the organization with guidance from Executive Director (utilizing guidelines and branding elements provided). - Assist in the design and creation of various printed materials - Maintain and organize internal IAA Google Drive - Assist in internal/external communication document creation (Information Templates, Studio Guidelines, Artist in Residence Handbook, etc) - Sourcing, researching, and creating content to be used for our various social media platforms - Maintaining the IAA content archives - Assist in writing social media post copy, and keeping all communication tools consistent and up to dateQualifications: - Currently enrolled, or recently graduated from a college or university - Positive attitude and strong work ethic - Strong written and verbal communication skills - Strong technical skills in computer literacy - Aptitude in digital/social media and all its platforms - Good organization skills with attention to detail - Ability to receive feedback and critique with humility, modesty, and respect - Exceptional attention to detail - Desire to find creative solutions to all challenges and problems - Personal qualities of kindness, integrity, credibility, and commitment to the mission - Art education or experience (painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking experience preferred but not required) - Demonstrated attention to detail and ability to follow specific step-by-step instructionsStaffingIAA is currently being led by co-founder and Chief Officer of Strategic Growth and Innovation, Marcia Minter; co-founder and Artist Director Daniel Minter, Executive Director Jordia Benjamin; Studio and Programs Manager, Ashley Page and Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Veronica Pounds. Indigo Arts Alliance is also supported by a robust community of partners, sponsors and funders.Compensation and HoursSpanning 135 hours, this internship accounts for 3 credits and has also been funded a total of $1500. For students of Maine College of Art, this stipend is administered by MECA and funded through the Crewe Foundation. For non-MECA students, funding for this internship is provided by The David Driskell Foundation, and will be administered by Indigo Arts Alliance. This internship is possible through the generous philanthropy of our community organizations to help foster and grow young brown and black artists that are emerging within their careers. While introducing young students to established, mid-career and budding POC artists in the local Portland community, and hosting space for talking about work from a different perspective, this opportunity allows for artists of all kinds to learn and grow. This internship is now available for recent graduates who graduated within a year of applying. The rate of compensation does not change with graduate status.

Seamstress/Seamster Intern: at Drape Art Designs

Employer: Drape Art Designs Expires: 05/08/2024 A sewing room Intern:Is responsible for a handful of tasks in assisting our fabric room director. These tasks may include organizing and labeling fabric, using or learning to use a serging/straight stitch machine, cutting fabric and fabric adhesives, hand stitching and sourcing. Ability to express one’s creativity and work from a wide variety of different businesses. These factors can make being a sewing professional appealing. If you want to pursue a career in design leaning about this profession can prove to be a productive first step.  Expectations:Task oriented and pays attention to detailOperate/learn to operate industrial sewing machinesThe ability to read diagrams & schematicsAssist colleagues with their tasks, inventory control, fabric controlAssist with work assignments

UIUX Artist at Demiurge Studios

Employer: Demiurge Studios Expires: 05/07/2024 Demiurge is searching for an experienced UX designer/UI developer to join our talented UX team. Our ideal candidate contributes through all phases of interface development, over multiple projects and genres.  You play a lot of games, across all platforms, and can’t help but look hard at settings menus, shop banners, and HUD indicators! You’re comfortable making a wireframe, creating the perfect ‘play’ button, and implementing/tweaking interfaces in software until they’re perfect.  And you’re an empathetic soul who intuits how interfaces can frustrate or delight players.Responsibilities Create amazing, intuitive interfaces for our games!Early planning and wireframe developmentPhotoshop wrangling and making a beautiful buttonMake it real – implementation, animation, polish.Work closely with design and engineering to establish UI development pipelines and feature requirementsQualifications 2+ shipped titles4+ years experience working on Game UX and UIExcellent personal, written and oral communication skillsBroad knowledge of the many requirements and steps involved in delivering high quality interface artSkilled with industry tools: Illustrator, XD, Figma, Photoshop, SketchExperience working in game engines: Unreal, Unity, or equivalentStrong sense of graphic design, font, colorPortfolio or demo reel that demonstrates breadth of skill, styles, genresMust be eligible to work in United StatesNice to have Traditional illustration/fine arts trainingExperience in mobile, console, and pc interface developmentBFA (or higher)About us:Headquartered in Boston, MA at Demiurge you will find a studio with an amazing, collaborative culture and a deep respect for art in all our games. With over 20 years of game development expertise and teams all over North America our commitment to sane and sustainable development is well known in the game community. We also provide co-development services to larger, best-in-industry game companies. In this capacity, Demiurge has worked with some of the industry’s biggest hitters on exciting projects including Marvel Puzzle Quest, Teamfight Tactics, and Hearthstone Battlegrounds to name a few. This is an exciting time to join Demiurge as we are developing our own independent titles as well. With tons of challenges and opportunities ahead we are always looking for great talent! If you are looking for an exciting, creative, and collaborative studio come join us on Demiurge’s next journey!DEI Statement:At Demiurge, we celebrate our differences and know that diverse perspectives empower us to build a stronger company and better games.We work hard to create an equitable, safe and accessible work environment where all Demiurgers are empowered to be themselves and do their best work regardless of race, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion or physical or mental ability.We thrive on self-reflection, healthy debate, and mindful listening. We respect each other’s opinions and seek new ideas.We denounce hate, discrimination and racism in all forms.What Demiurge offers:401K MatchFlexible work environment (remote, hybrid, or office: you choose!)Generous PTO program including vacation days, sick days, and holidays. Earn-as-you-go plan that rolls over year to year, offering flexibility as well as the last week of December the studio closes to rechargeMedical benefits with PPO options that start on your first day of employmentHealth Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) – Let us help you with your medical deductible!Healthcare and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (HC & DC FSA)Commuter Reimbursement Program (Commuter FSA)Tuition reimbursement promoting lifelong learningReferral bonusesBonus planSo. Many. Games. – Access to our huge game library!As well as a state of the art Boston studio with in office perks:Free snacks and drinks!Demi-Lunch Tuesday – Lunch is on us!Game Night FoodPing Pong!Step Mania! Get your dance on!Demiurge Studios is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, or Veteran status. Demiurge Studios also makes workplace accommodations for individuals with disabilities or special needs.#LI-Remote

Fine Arts Digital Marketing & Management Internship (for Summer or Fall 2024) at Ivana D. George Studios

Employer: Ivana D. George Studios Expires: 05/08/2024 The intern will work with fine artist Ivana George, to find and cultivate relationships with audiences for her artworks through marketing, public relations & digital communications projects.  The intern will assist Ivana George on business management.The strategies include:Outreach to existing network to introduce new artworks to prior arts professional contacts.Social Media MarketingEmail MarketingPublic RelationsArtwork Inventory database managementWebsite updatesArtwork copyright registrationApplying for exhibition and grant opportunitiesThe student will be provided with educational content to build knowledge on these topics, by working on projects that are relevant to existing skill sets. The intern(s) will gain training and practical experience in marketing, digital communications and business management. Successful interns will be provided with referrals and recommendations for future opportunities.Student needs to be able to earn academic credit to participate in the internship. Students need to be able to come to the studio in Bridgewater Massachusetts at least 1 x per week for one day (it is accessible by commuter rail). Some remote work hours on projects will be assigned and are flexible to meet the student schedule. The commitment is 10-20 hours per week for one semester (15 weeks), depending on the credits being earned by the student and the requirements of the student's educational institution. Some educational institutions require prior approval before the start of an internship for academic credit. It is the responsibility of the student to check with their institution to be sure they meet any requirements before they accept a position.Learning tasks are assigned to interns commensurate with experience and prior knowledge. Interns are assigned some but not all of these learning tasks from the following list.Possible Learning Tasks:Outreach to previously established professional contacts such as museum curators, interior designers and other arts professionals to share new artworks and schedule studio visitsRecording videos of the creative process and video production for social media and email marketingPlanning and creating strategic organic social media content to grow the follower count on Instagram with ideal customers.Planning and helping to execute strategies to engage on social media with current followers and collectorsWrite monthly email marketing campaigns to engage subscribersResearch appropriate publication venues for artworks, such as magazines and blogs.Assist in creating a press kitOutreach to editors and publication venues to request consideration for publication for Ivana's artworks.Outreach to potential business collaboratorsAssist with artwork inventory database managementUpdating the website with new artworks and videos that show the creative process behind already published artworks.Artwork copyright registrationAssist in applying for exhibition and grant opportunitiesQualificationsSeeking applicants with:Strong organizational and time management skillsExceptional writing skills that are clear and concise with an ability to tell engaging storiesVideo editing skills with tools such as Capcut app for tablet or phone or Adobe PremiereFamiliarity with Linked In, Instagram, and Facebook social media platformsAbility to work independently with direction and mentorship of the supervisorCoursework or prior experience with marketing and/or public relationsKnowledge of photo editing would be desired but not required in a candidate.  Up to two students will be accepted with majors in Public Relations, Marketing, Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Digital Communications, Journalism, and Film and Video Studies. Expert writers with majors in Art History, Visual Art, Creative Writing, Photography or Graphic Design who also have relevant minors, work experience or course work in marketing, public relations, entrepreneurship, videography or digital communications are also invited apply.To ApplyApplicants are requested to apply through Handshake with a cover letter, resume, and an research paper or creative story narrative writing sample. (Do not send a poetry, script or screenplay writing sample). In your cover letter specify if you are looking for a summer or fall internship opportunity. If you have videography, graphic design or photo editing skills please include links to your work samples or portfolio. Please provide two professional and/or academic references. Provide a transcript showing your overall GPA and complete list of courses taken.

Creative Arts and Media Staff at Camp Mah-Kee-Nac

Employer: Camp Mah-Kee-Nac Expires: 05/01/2024 We are looking for artistic, hardworking, and passionate individuals who can teach in our creative arts and media programs. Camp Mah-Kee-Nac is a traditional, seven-week overnight all-boys camp located in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts.We hire staff from all around the world so we love to work with individuals who are excited about meeting new people and having extraordinary experiences. See our staff video at Creative Arts & Media Counselors: – Woodshop– STEM/Legos– Model Rocketry– Journalism– Web Design– Digital Photography– Videography & Film– Broadcasting/Podcasting– Music Qualifications: Must possess a desire to work with campers and staff of varying skill ability levels.Must be able to teach one (or many) of the above activitiesResponsibilities: Create creative and engaging age-specific programsThe care and inventory of equipmentServe as an outstanding role model to campers and staff Opportunities for paid internships are available. We are happy to work with individuals on specific school requirements/projects.***Some educational institutions require prior approval before the start of an internship. It is the responsibility of the student to check with their institution to be sure they meet any requirements before they accept a position***Competitive salary, travel stipend, room & board, and laundry are all included. Benefits:Working at Mah-Kee-Nac is much more than just another summer job….it’s the experience of a lifetime. The personal growth, the rewards of working with children, the excitement of an active community, and the close friendships that you build will stay with you long after summer ends. This will be the most extraordinary hands-on learning experience you can find. You’ll have the ability to enjoy our incredible camp facilities and property throughout your summer. During your time off, you can explore beautiful scenic hikes, enjoy our fully-equipped fitness center, multiple athletic fields, and courts, a second-to-none 372-acre lake, and relax in our staff lounge with wifi and entertainment.

Performing Arts Dance Assistant at Boys & Girls Club of Fall River

Employer: Boys & Girls Club of Fall River Expires: 03/20/2024 Primary Function:The Performing Arts Assistant is responsible for overseeing the Dance Arts programs, implementing & tracking the program classes related to dance as well as maintaining equipment and the cleanliness of area.  Perform specific tasks delegated by the Program Director as requested.  Must be able to interact with children, young people, and adults daily as well as follow instructions and guidelines set forth in Club policies.    QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:Knowledge: • Experience with various dance styles including but not limited to, Hip-Hop, Caribbean, / Dancehall, Reggae or Yoga Job Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age.All Candidates must be able to pass an annual CORI and Background Check to hold this position.Work Hours: Flexible hours and days:  Monday – Friday 3pm to 8pmESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:Plan, organize and implement various activities; including but not limited to, running performance art classes, supervising the multipurpose areas, and assisting in club sponsored programs and special events. Model, reinforce, and abide by the rules and the code of conduct. Maintain accurate records of children participating in performance art programs. Assist with and plan creative, fun, safe and activities for the dance art program.Provide direction and motivation to staff.Communicate effectively with the Program Director and other staff.Attend all meetings that are pertinent to this position including weekly and monthly staff meetings.Raise any issues or concerns as they arise with the Program Director.Give feedback and evaluation as requested to the Program Director.Maintain procedures that ensure the safety of volunteers and staff and the cleanliness of program areas. Additional ResponsibilitiesMaintain a high energy level.Be comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.Has the ability to work with peers and engage with school age youth. Highly motivated to provide quality opportunities to youth. Conduct daily facility checks, reporting specific needs and repairs and coaching staff to improve facilities as needed.Promote a clean, organized, and visually attractive Club facility.Assist with the maintenance of Club equipment, including safety of property.Assume other duties as assigned. 

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