The Digital Marketing & Communications Intern will work closely with the Development Department on our 2019 “unusual” 26th Anniversary campaign in celebration of over two decades of life-changing arts education, mentorship, and community-building. The intern’s primary duties are to create and curate written, visual and/or video content using both archival materials and by conducting interviews with current and past US participants to be disseminated via our website, on-line communication channels, e-blasts, print, and at fundraising events. *Applicants must be currently enrolled in a community college or 4 year undergraduate program*
Teaching Artists should have demonstrated experience in theatre arts or playwriting disciplines (Bachelor’s degree, MFA or related training preferred) and a minimum of 2 years experience teaching school-aged children in public school settings. Teaching Artists experienced in creating safe learning environments to foster pro-social development, modeling positive behavior, and supporting participant accomplishments, no matter how large or small. The candidate should be comfortable interacting with school administrators and teachers. Strong oral and written communication skills and an ability to work as a part of a team are necessary.