Teaching Artists, Volunteers, and Interns give vital assistance in fulfilling our mission and we couldn’t do what we do without the help of those who give their time, talents, and skills to our organization. We are always looking for people who are passionate about providing opportunities for young people to grow in and through the arts. At Columbus Children’s Theatre, we educate and involve young people of all backgrounds in the theatre arts. Through our programs, we foster life skills, self-esteem, and self-discovery by emphasizing discipline, integrity, team building, and communication skills in a positive and creative environment.
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SUMMARY OF POSITION
Teaching Artists are the heart of Columbus Children’s Theatre’s Education programs. CCT Teaching Artists are practicing artists in disciplines of acting, dance, music, stagecraft, costuming, props creation, and theatrical design for the stage who are passionate about providing opportunities for young people to grow in and through the arts. At Columbus Children’s Theatre, we educate and involve young people of all backgrounds in the theatre arts. Through our programs, we foster life skills, self-esteem, and self-discovery by emphasizing discipline, integrity, team building, and communication skills in a positive and creative environment.
Teaching Artists are responsible for the planning and facilitation of our classes and camps at our onsite Naghten Street location and satellite locations throughout Columbus. They will be provided with CCT curriculum to execute during our sessions that can be modified to fit area of expertise. Collaboration with other Teaching Artists and Education Dept. staff is an essential part of creating a rewarding interdisciplinary program for our students. Teaching Artists will receive training in classroom management, arts integration, and other professional development topics.
Specific responsibilities for 2022 Summer Camp Teaching Artists include planning, preparing for, and facilitating various classes in collaboration with other Teaching Artists and members of CCT’s Education Department. Teaching Artists will receive training/orientation in lesson planning, classroom management, and other professional development opportunities. CCT’s Education programs are inclusive of students with disabilities and learning differences.
*CCT is also looking for students under the age of 18 who are interested in Student Assistant opportunities over the summer of 2022.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
OTHER GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Compensation ranges from $12/hour for Student Assistants to $750/week for full-time TA’s at Naghten Street full-day camps.
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Interviews will begin in March 2022.
Positions will be filled as qualified candidates are identified and selected.
Our volunteers can assist in many ways. Whether it be Ushering, Front Desk help, or pitch in working backstage on a production, we can always find a place for helping hands!
If you are interested in Volunteering contact Kelsey at Kelsey.firstname.lastname@example.org
CCT Internships collaborate with the professional staff in the day-to-day operation of a creative and unique non-profit arts organization. By joining the CCT family you will gain first-hand experience in your chosen field, observe the fast-paced world of arts administration in action, and develop skills for a career in the theatre industry.
Schedules will vary based on applicant availability and organization need.
Internships are in exchange for academic credit or volunteer hours only.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and must include:
* A cover letter
* A Resume
* One recommendation
Forward inquiries to: Kelsey.email@example.com
Past Internships Include: