SEAMAAC Seeks Teaching Artist
This Deadline Expired: Saturday, May 14, 2022
SEAMAAC is seeking to hire Teaching Artists in the following Fields: Breakdancing, DJ/Music Production, Spoken Word/Poetry, Videography, and Photography. We are committed to providing a safe space for students to learn and grow from their time with practicing artists. SEAMAAC’s Hip Hop Heritage (H3) afterschool and summer programs’ mission is to build and support a multi-racial, multi-ethnic community of Philadelphia youth. The Teaching Artist works as a team player to run a high-quality program using creative and performance arts such as deejaying, breakdancing, photography, video and music production, emceeing, and graffiti to support youth in gaining access to educational and employment opportunities. The Teaching Artist will lead studio activities Mondays through Fridays from 2pm – 6pm during the school year and 10am – 2pm for six weeks during the summer. Staff members are responsible for the everyday functioning of the program activities that includes writing curriculum, leading structured project-based learning instruction, and developing youth work to showcase. H3 youth build cross-cultural bridges through community projects and civic engagement using hip hop arts as vehicles to affect social change and tell their stories.
Read the full job description here.
Interested applicants must submit a detailed cover letter, resume, and portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications without these materials will not be considered.