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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks candidates with demonstrable experience advocating for equity, diversity and inclusion.
Youth Dance Program Fellow
We are seeking a strategic and mission-driven Youth Dance Program Fellow to join Hubbard Street’s Education department. Reporting to the Administrative Manager of the Youth Dance Program, the Youth Fellow is responsible for a broad array of administrative support functions for a $6.5M performing arts organization with an Education budget of $1.2M. The Youth Dance Program Fellow should be detail oriented and organized, capable of supporting the administrative needs for the growing Youth Dance Program. Experience in dance education and/or teaching artistry a plus. This position is part-time, 25 hours per week through August 2017, with non-traditional hours. The stipend is $15,000 for the year, paid bi-weekly.Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Hubbard Street’s Development department is comprised of the Director of External Affairs and four full-time staff members. Together the group is responsible for raising contributed revenue of more than $3.5 million. Hubbard Street’s development department supports all components of the organization including the main company, Hubbard Street Youth, Education & Community Programs and the Lou Conte Dance Studio. Unpaid internships are designed to provide professional experience working administratively for one of Chicago’s leading cultural institutions. Hubbard Street interns take on high-level projects and are welcome to participate in staff meetings with executive leadership. Interns generally work 3 – 4 days per week, 5 – 8 hours a day during regular business hours. Intern may have occasional hours in evenings and weekends for event and meeting related duties. Schedules can be customized based on the intern’s availability.Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
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Youth, Education, and Community Program
We are seeking mission-driven individuals to join our Education department as part-time contracted Teaching Artists and Assistant Teaching Artists for our in-school programs. Hubbard Street offers unique and innovative residencies that allow schools to incorporate dance into their classrooms and curricula. Hubbard Street teaching artists are responsible for leading these residencies, integrating dance with other subjects while introducing students to improvisation and choreography. Teaching Artists are an integral part of all residencies’ curriculum planning and documentation, and will meet with classroom teachers prior to and throughout each residency. Hubbard Street Teaching Artists receive paid professional development and training. Classes are for students in Chicago and suburban schools in grades K–12. Training begins in August 2016.Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
We are seeking mission-driven and dynamic part-time Teaching Assistants for our Adaptive Dance Programs- specifically The Autism Project. The Autism Project works in-studio with students ages 5-14 with autism. This creative movement based program focuses on students’ strengths, their talents and potential, as they learn to see themselves as we see them: as dancers and choreographers. The Teaching Assistants are responsible for working with assigned students to facilitate class participation. Teaching Assistants must be able to commit to attending all class sessions (assistants can choose which class times fit their schedule), as well as a two-hour training workshop. All classes are held at the Hubbard Street Dance Center. Individuals with dance therapy experience or interest are preferred. Teaching Assistants have the advantage of taking free classes at the Lou Conte Dance Studio.Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.