- Provide dance instruction or assisting the teaching artist in class weekly or upon need.
- Assist in lesson planning, assist in setting student goals, records instructional time and
submit or perform samples of student work as requested.
- Contact program director for additional assistance or materials, whenever needed.
- Report to scheduled class in a timely reliable manner.
- Clearly communicate with participants and on-site staff. (including remote sites)
- Help provide a warm, friendly and supportive atmosphere to students.
- Maintain on-going communication with teaching artist/dance instruct (for Assistants) and program
director throughout the workshop/contract period.
- Maintain a complete and updated attendance and assignment record via program software.
- Act as spokesperson for organization at times.
- Assist with Performing Arts Programming and activities/events.
- Help develop and maintain ongoing relationships between the schools and community students.
- Help schedule and conduct on-site regular elementary, middle and high school visits as assigned
and/or as needed.
- Attend (Program Committee Meetings) and other program related activities as needed.
- Help coordinate recruiting efforts with program director, including special recruiting days
- Help arrange and conduct program visits for prospective students and/or parents,
elementary/middle/high schools, counselors and other administration.
- Assist with enrollment activities.
- Assist program director with promotional activities.
- Assist program director in identification of special population students.
- Assist program director in identification of nontraditional students.
**Other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS: - Ability to teach and structure a class for youth (ages 3 to 18). At least 2 yrs experience in recruiting
students for a youth community based organization.
- Basic to Exceptional knowledge of the field (dance, visual art, theatre, music and dance ministry).
- The person who accepts this position must feel comfortable in a wide variety of situations involving
diverse groups of children, teens and adults.
- Must be at least 16 years old.
- Ability to interact and communicate well with children, teens and adults.
- Record keeping and ability to communicate orally and in writing.
- Demonstrate traits such as patience, commitment, responsibility, optimism, motivated, dependable,
leadership and must have a caring and positive attitude toward children, teens and adults.
- Proactive, self-disciplined and responsible.
- Pleasant, must have an outgoing personality and well presented.
- Great Communications Skills.
- Self Starter, creative and innovative.
Reports To Program Director, LaTonya Reagor
We ask that you commit hours and days needed to specific job duties posted. Schedule/Time Flexibility is available.
TRAINING REQUIREMENTS: - Attend one orientation session.
- Participate in a review sessions (in person or by phone).
Time Commitment/Schedule: This is a part-time, one year contract position. Travel is required.
Application Instructions: Please send your resume along with a completed application (see above) to:
Our Volunteer Pool seeks for individuals who are interested in being a helping hand and support to our mission and vision. Volunteers are needed for a multitude of opportunities but are not limited to registration/check-in, vending, production, showcases, workshops and more.