We are seeking energetic, creative individuals to lead and assist our classes. We are also looking to add people to our sub list. We are looking to place new teachers across many programs including after-school programs, partnership programs, and our own community programs. We are looking specifically for the following qualities: Individuals with availability from 12-6pm on weekdays. Classes typically last one-semester and # of placements is not guaranteed. We are seeking Teaching Artists across all disciplines including: Dance (Tap, Ballet, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Zumba) Musical theater Acting / Improv Creative Movement / Devising
Teaching Artists should possess aa balance of high artistic integrity and successful classroom management.We’re looking for someone who is organized, dependable, and motivated; someone with an ability to problem-solve quickly and creatively, always with diplomacy. Our Teaching Artists are required to perform some administrative duties for their classes including curriculum planning, attendance, and site reports. Our Teaching Artists are required to attend 2 mandatory annual Teacher Training Days; the first of 2022 will early February.
Bachelor’s degree in theater/dance/education or equivalent experience.
2+ years of teaching experience, preferably in schools or after-school programs.
Experience in developing Performing Arts curriculum and lesson planning.
Experience working with diverse populations and a range of ages (3-18).
Passion for expanding their teaching skill-set and collaborating with teaching cohort.
Development Intern Broadway Bound Kids, a NYC-based arts-in-education nonprofit, seeks a talented, focused Development Intern to work with a budding development program. Reporting to and working closely with the new Executive Director, this position offers the right candidate an opportunity to learn about all aspects of fundraising and contribute to BBK’s fundraising efforts in meaningful ways.
Responsibilities may include:
Significantly assisting with coordination of BBKs annual ‘Bee’, which pits Broadway celebrities against one another to outspell complicated words while raising money for arts education and having a blast! Responsibilities may include: reaching out to guest artists, managing the silent auction and online components, preparing invitation lists, handling RSVPs, drafting various acknowledgements, and assisting with all event planning;
Working with the Executive Director to draft inquiry letters, acknowledgement letters, proposals and other donor correspondence;
Researching potential and existing individual, foundation, corporate and government funders;
Providing some administrative support including coordinating large mailings, organizing and maintaining donor database, writing, and editing
Qualifications: Candidates should be self-motivated, independent and organized with highly proficient skills in researching, writing, editing and communication. Must also have strong computer skills. An interest in special events, coupled with an easy ability to learn new software (Salesforce, Asana, GiveLively) is preferred. The internship will begin in January and will continue through May. A part-time or full-time position is available and much of the work will be remote. Intern must commit for a minimum of 25 hours a week.Some evening and Sunday hours may be required for fundraising events. Depending on hours worked, a small stipend may be offered. Academic credits are available. Please send resume, cover letter and short (no more than one page) writing sample as Microsoft Word or PDF attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.