- The Morgan Library & Museum is hiring a Manager of Education Programs
- The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking Lead Early Childhood Educators for its Museum Preschool Program. They are also hiring School Programs Educators and Public Programs Educators.
- Apply to be a Teaching Artist with ArtsConnection
- The Cooper Hewitt Museum is accepting applications for its Museum Education Fellowship. They are also hiring School Programs Educators.
- Artistic Dreams is hiring a Spanish-Speaking Visual Arts Teacher
- Studio in a School is looking for a Residency Program Manager
- Democracy Prep Harlem High School is seeking an art teacher for grades 9-12 for the 2016-2017 academic school year
- Midori and Friends is hiring teaching artists
- The Whitney Museum of American Art is seeking a Director of Access and Community Programs
- PS 161 is seeking middle school art teachers. Candidate should be strong with digital art and design. It is a full time position shared with another school in West Harlem, PS 123. If interested, email Tyler Beattie: email@example.com
- Arts Horizons seeks a Part Time Program Assistant for its NYC Residencies and Special Populations Program Department to work in the Englewood, New Jersey office. The Program Assistant will be critically detail oriented and will provide clerical and administrative support for our expanding department that manages arts-in-educational opportunities for schools and community organizations in all 5 boroughs of New York City. This position is PART TIME, 20 hours a week, no benefit package. Position may involve some travel and may require some evenings/weekends for planned special events. Principle duties may include:
Skills and Personal Requirements:
- Assist with general telephone inquiries and with residency specific program telephone inquiries
- Provide support to schedule programs and troubleshoot with departmental initiatives
- Maintain detailed and accurate records/spreadsheets
- Maintain and update database of AH artists and clients
- Enter/Update artist contracts, manage monthly artist invoices, and maintain other required program paperwork in both electronic and hard file storage
- Support accurate and detailed adherence to budgets
- Process all paperwork pertaining to residencies
- Liaise with AH’s accounting department to process paperwork and facilitate timely payment from schools and to artists
- Support marketing and outreach efforts to conduct research and market residencies. Potentially attend relevant arts-in-education meetings and conferences
- Administrative support duties including mail management and support for Executive Director and Development Director as necessary
- Occasional weekend/evening attendance required
If interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Detail oriented with keen ability to prioritize and balance multiple, simultaneous assignments
- Flexible, team player with positive attitude and willingness to take initiative
- Knowledge of and passion for art, music, dance and theater, education and youth development
- Proficiency in math computation, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and written communication.
- Committed to serve all populations including those with disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
S.O.U.L (Sisters Organizing for Understanding & Leadership) Sisters Leadership Collective (SSLC) seeks a dynamic and experienced teaching artist for an immediate summer opportunity with the possibility to continue on during the upcoming 2016/17 academic year. As part of “Operation Summer Sisterhood,” SSLC has partnered with NYC’s Department of Youth and Community Development to provide high quality, arts-based social justice and leadership workshops with middle and high school aged girls living in New York City detention facilities and homeless shelters. Summer teaching artists will facilitate workshops alongside a program coordinator/social worker and at least one SYEP peer educator. Areas of concentration may include spoken word/poetry, photography, videography/video editing and production, photo-editing, painting, public education ads, and the like. Projects require strong storytelling skills and social justice framework. Successful candidates will demonstrate strong professional experience in their respective disciplines, strong analysis of anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices and principles, experience working with marginalized youth, an understanding of trauma-informed care and the healing arts. They will possess a passion for positive youth development and gender and racial justice.Responsibilities:
Summer dates: July 5th – August 16thHours: 11 hours/week + additional hours for culminating eventSalary: $45/hourHow to Apply: Please submit cover letter, resume, portfolio and/or links via e-mail, no later than Friday, June 17th to: email@example.com. Please include Application: Teaching Artist in the subject line.
Co-creation of curricula alongside program coordinators and peer educators
Co-facilitation of one weekly workshop with two youth cohorts per assigned site;
Completion of workshop outline on Google Docs at least two days prior to workshop delivery;
Timely arrival at assigned DYCD summer site for workshop delivery;
Attendance and timely arrival to program excursions, field trip destinations, off-site meetings, supervision meetings and any other meetings or events related to contract;
Respectful and compassionate interactions with all youth program participants in alignment with the SSLC Principles and Personality;
Timely and professional communication with all SSLC, DYCD summer site and other partner organization staff;
Other duties as assigned.
- The Guggenheim’s Learning Through Art program is seeking volunteers, a great way to get teaching experience and fieldwork hours.
- Apply for Wave Hill’s paid Kerlin Education Internship program
- El Museo del Barrio has several openings for their Fall internships