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Arts for Learning seeks After School Classroom Teacher

About Arts for Learning Maryland

Arts for Learning Maryland (formerly Young Audiences of Maryland) is devoted to enriching the lives and education of Maryland’s youth through educational and culturally diverse arts programs. Through Arts for Learning, professional teaching artists from all disciplines partner with educators, schools, and school districts to provide -- on average -- over 300,000 hours of learning in, through, and about the arts to more than 185,000 Maryland students annually.

The Baltimore School for the Arts seeks Theater Educational Associate

The Baltimore School for the Arts seeks a Theater Educational Associate 10 month (Department Head) to begin in August 2022. The Theater Educational Associate serves as the artistic and educational leader of a distinguished staff of theater professionals. In this role, the Theater Educational Associate guides artistic programming within the Theater Department while managing the educational work that prepares students for study at the nation’s finest colleges and universities.

Site Support

The After School Arts & Learning Academy (ASALA) Site Support position is pivotal to the success of the program. Site Support will be assigned a site and will be responsible for all subbing needs at that site. On days that a sub is not needed, the site support will look for other ways to ensure that the site runs smoothly. This could include supporting staff, working with the directors, planning family involvement events, etc. Site Support must be flexible as this position requires them to sub for both teachers and artists, as well as jump into new roles.

Teaching Artists - The Lyric Baltimore

The Lyric Baltimore’s Education team is searching for innovative, excited, and dedicated artists to provide exceptional arts programming for our Horizons Theater Program. These workshops provide mostly middle school students with training in theater and creative writing. Our goal is to support student’s imagination and creative agency. Using fun, engaging exercises, students learn the necessary skills to present theatrical performances to their family and friends. These weekly workshops culminate in student’s performing their original writing. Each workshop site performs two shows—a holiday performance in December and a full-length production in spring.

Art Instructors

CAC seeks Teaching Artists, for both in-person and virtual class/workshops. Please send resume and cover letter to our Education Director, Ashley Lines at [email protected]. Instructors must have a passion to engage in and develop a positive and creative atmosphere for our students. CAC is seeking to art instructors that are community oriented, reliable, and have proficient classroom management skills.

CAC is currently look for instructors that work in the following disciplines:

Development Coordinator

General summary/purpose:

Reporting directly to the Associate Dean for External Relations, this position manages administrative functions for the Development and Alumni Relations team in the Office of External Relations. In addition, this position will support major and annual giving with gift processing, stewardship touchpoints, and special events. The development coordinator will apply skills and knowledge to support a broad array of critical projects and tasks.

Specific duties & responsibilities:

Independent Contractor- Early Childhood Curriculum Specialist

Early Childhood Curriculum Specialist:

Young Audiences is seeking a passionate individual who possesses a strong background in early childhood curriculum and developmentally appropriate practices, with an approach to the work through a race equity lens. This is an independent contractor role and will partner with YAMD’s Wolf Trap Regional Director to deliver professional learning opportunities for early learning teaching artists, as well as provide ongoing support and feedback to artists.

About Early Learning at YAMD

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