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- Artistic Instruction
- Youth Employment
No openings at this time.
Rolling application period
Accepting resumes for instructors in the following areas:
- Instrumental Music- Piano, Guitar, Violin, Drums, Woodwinds & Brass
- Vocal Music – Choral/Pop, Choral/Gospel, Musical Theatre, Voice Training
- Acting & Creative Drama
- Dance (various styles)
- Film & Video
- Electronic Music Production
- Culinary Arts
- **Early Childhood Music Education**
The Institute seeks part-time instructors with extensive teaching experience and professional/college degree in the art form to teach in our not-for-profit arts enrichment program. The Institute offers weekly classes (1-1.5 hours in length) to children and teens in a variety of art forms throughout the school year.
Institute instructors are energetic and creative – able to make learning fun and engaging while providing students with the necessary training to develop as artists. Collaborative work-style, strong classroom and time management skills, and a love for working with children are musts.
An ability to work with a range of ages is a plus as our classes are offered to multiple age groups.
Applications accepted April- May 2016
Youth Leaders are high-achieving, arts-centered young people who are committed to providing the best possible learning environment for children. Youth Leaders receive 20-30 hours of unpaid, hands-on training annually and also commit to volunteering for the Institute throughout the year on an as-needed basis.
Generally students must first serve as an unpaid Youth Leader In-Training and then can become a partially paid Junior Youth Leader, until they are promoted to a full-pay Youth Leader position.
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Students ages 16 and up who have a high level of arts training and prior work experience can apply for a paid Youth Leader position.
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Youth Leaders will also receive a full scholarship to attend classes at IMC during the school year.