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Yoga Teacher Training - Work Study
The services that yoga teachers provide are needed now more than ever! If you ever thought about teaching yoga or just wanted to deepen your practice, but could not find the time or the money, consider applying for our work study program at Atmananda Yoga. We have a lovely open community here at Atmananda Yoga and all are welcome! We have a few spaces left for our January 200hr Teacher Training Intensive, at our E.23rd Street location. The dates for the Teacher Training program are January 9th - February 3rd, 2017 Monday to Friday from 8:00am - 4:00pm Details of the Work Study Program: Regular Cost: $3,300 (with installment payments) With Work Study: $1,650 ( so you pay half price) As a work study student, participants are required to work in the studio for about 10-15 hours per week - 150 hours in total. We are looking for individuals to help us at the front desk, various cleaning needs, graphic design and promotional work, etc. This is a great opportunity to learn about the yoga business, should you dream about opening your own studio one day! We have our own patented designed yoga mat, which is included, along with our yoga manual. No other studio has our highly regarded yoga mat!! If you wish to apply, please send us a personal essay telling us why you want to study yoga? About Atmananda Teacher Training: The Atmananda Yoga Sequence focuses on alignment, presence, awareness and the cultivation of finding the teacher within. You will learn the sequence, various aspects of Yoga (Ayurveda, Bodywork, Sanskrit etc.), you also will explore your own inner power, and integrate our workshops into your life.... for the rest of your life. Workshops include communication techniques, Nutrition, Pranayama, Meditation, and even Thai Massage! Our 200 Hour Teacher Training Program is certified by the Yoga Alliance. We teach a yoga sequence that is a blend of Hatha, Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga, with a Vinyasa Flow. Our training is comprehensive and focuses on the fundamentals of yoga philosophy with strong emphasis on proper yoga alignment to protect yourself and your students. Customized programs are also available for those with busy work schedules.
Location: New York
State: New York
Organization: The Wooden Floor Location: Santa Ana, CA. Founded in 1983, The Wooden Floor in Santa Ana, California, is one of the foremost creative youth development nonprofit organizations in the country. We transform the lives of young people in low-income communities through the power of dance and access to higher education. In Orange County and through our national licensed partner, we use a long-term approach grounded in exploratory dance education coupled with academic tutoring, college and career readiness, and family support services. The Wooden Floor seeks our next Artistic Director (AD) who inspires the vitality, spirit, and quality of TWF artistic programs, and sets the momentum for artistic strategy and growth. The AD furthers a culture of artistic excellence and strengthens The Wooden Floor's mission and values through his/her vision for and execution of all artistic elements including dance education, performances, community engagement, and collaborative projects. The AD is a choreographer and teaching artist who, in addition to other duties, works with the students in the dance studios which allows the AD to connect with students, parents, and faculty, to ensure the dance-centered approach furthers TWF’s copyrighted Theory of Change©. For more information and how to apply, please go to our website. No recruiters, please. The mission of The Wooden Floor is to empower low-income youth from diverse backgrounds to strengthen self-esteem, self-discipline, and their sense of accomplishment through dance, academic, and family programs. Serving the most economically disadvantaged youth and their families, our long-term vision is to break the cycle of poverty in our community through generational change.
Associate Artistic Director
Styles: Ballet, Pas De Deux, ContemporaryDescription:
New Ballet Ensemble & School (NBE) is a nationally acclaimed Community Arts Education organization founded in 2001 to provide quality training and opportunities to all youth, regardless of their ability to pay. NBE is seeking a full-time Associate Artistic Director to teach and coordinate the training of NBE Ensemble artists, trainees, and advanced ballet students. Likewise, this position will work in partnership with the Artistic Director to engage guest artists and choreographers. Specifically, the Associate Artistic Director will be responsible for the logistics surrounding education and outreach performances and programs, and will schedule all rehearsals for the core program students as they relate to main stage and community performances. Lastly, the position requires the ability to be adept at working with diverse personality types in order to forge meaningful relationships with current and potential constituents, and help advance an environment of inclusion and professionalism in all NBE programs. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to Carrie Vaughan, Managing Director. Email: email@example.com Mail: 2157 York Avenue |Memphis, TN 38104 Fax: 901-274-5370
Dance Studio Jobs in Irvine, CA
Styles: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-hop, Modeling, ContemporaryDescription:
Our company is AEBG, and we are constantly looking for quality individuals to join our growing dance company. Check for our job openings available in Irvine, California: Administration, Dance Instruction, Dance Choreography, Dance Modeling, Dance Writers and more... Apply Online Now.
Location: Irvine, CA
Dancers for Short Dance Film
We are seeking talented, creative dancers to participate in a short film! “Body, Reclaimed” is a screendance which explores themes of freedom and containment in the context of sexual harassment and objectification. While all interested dancers with a background in modern dance are welcome to audition, those with strong collaborative and improvisational skills are preferred. Acting experience is a plus, but not necessary – however, all applicants must be able to express emotions with his/her face and body. All auditioning and filming will take place in the Lancaster City (PA) area in February of 2017. This is a non-union film with unpaid roles, but some compensation is negotiable upon position acceptance. Roles:  Female dancers aged 18-28  Male dancer aged 18-28 Auditions for both male and female dancers will take place on the following dates* December 10th, 2016: 12 PM – 3 PM December 11th, 2016: 3 PM – 5PM December 17th, 2016: 12 PM – 3 PM December 18th, 2016: 3 PM – 5 PM *Please note that specific appointments within these times must be arranged with the director. If interested in auditioning, please send a headshot and resume to Sage Salvo at firstname.lastname@example.org. Production title: “Body, Reclaimed” Union / Non-Union: Non-Union Production Type: Independent / student Project length: Short Film (7 minutes) Production location: Lancaster, PA Director: Sage Salvo Audition Location: Dance Studio #1 at Franklin & Marshall College Shooting Location: Lancaster, PA Email: email@example.com Compensation: No.
Location: Lancaster, PA
High Concept Labs seeks new Marketing and Communications Manager
HCL seeks to fill the position as soon as possible with a candidate possessing substantial marketing experience. Experience in the arts is a plus, but not necessary. The position involves execution and management of the external & internal communications, marketing, and public relations activities of the organization. The Manager will create digital and print collateral for promotions and development purposes, and oversee multiple interns. The Manager will also work closely with the rest of the HCL staff to ensure the smooth functioning of administration and events. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated experience in promotional and public relations campaigns, marketing analytics, website management, managing multiple projects, managing personnel, and some design experience. The position involves extensive time seated and occasional light physical labor. Compensation will be commensurate with experience and the responsibilities involved with this position. High Concept Labs is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. Send letters of interest and resumé to the email below.
Institutional Advancement Manager
Job Title: Institutional Advancement Manager Reports To: Director Status: Staff, Full-time Salary: $25-$30K + Medical/Dental Benefits Description: Urbanity Dance is looking for an Institutional Advancement Manager to start mid-September. The position is full-time. A pivotal new addition to the growing team, the Institutional Advancement Manager will be focused on communications, marketing and development. The Manager must be an excellent writer, have superb interpersonal skills, ability to multitask, work independently, and to be a self-starter. Candidate must be fully invested in the continued growth of the company, inspired and enthusiastic about the vision of the company. Strong potential for continued growth within the organization. Core Responsibilities: - Thinking creatively to grow Urbanity's three pillars: 1) audience/press for the professional company and performances 2) student population (adults and children) and 3) raise awareness about our community programming. Development: - In collaboration with the Board and Executive Director, build a robust annual fundraising plan that includes individual giving, events, corporate partnerships, and foundation grants - Manage the organizations database to ensure data integrity. This includes, data entry, gift tracking, list and report generation - Create systems for gift processing from gift receipt through to gift acknowledgment - Serve as the organization’s main contact with donors, including communications regarding Urbanity news and events - Foundation research, prospecting, and proposal generation - Serve as the organization’s representative at artistic and cultural events-- - Manage 3-5 fundraising/awareness events throughout year and working with Board of Directors and to organize responsibilities Marketing and Communications: - In collaboration with the Board and Executive Director, create an annual marketing and communications plan that includes a message and communications calendar to track all social media and email communications, press strategies, website updates, as well as a plan for evaluation of communications and marketing efforts - Writing press releases and responding to press inquiries in a friendly, timely, and effective manner - Facilitating (along with graphic designer) a website overhaul & new print materials - Writing blog entries and contributing as a dance writer to news publications - Managing social media and email communications - Managing team of 2-3 arts administration interns Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have/be: - Dance background is not necessary, but a passion for arts and community education is essential - Strong preference for 1 year of work-related experience - Bachelors degree required - Marketing competency and demonstrated experience in marketing, including market strategy, demand generation, market research, and marketing communications - Efficient multi-tasker - Delivering effective presentations - Strong analytical and problem solving skills - Strong attention to detail - Excellent communications, writing and customer service skills - Interest and/or experience in non-profit management and/or arts administration - Computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite - Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, etc.) not required but is a plus. An aesthetic sense for web design (website, newsletter) is a plus. - Interest and/or experience in photo, video, web editing - Friendly personality, able to represent Urbanity in the press and media - Ability to work independently, and as a member of a team - Flexibility, positive attitude, and good work ethic To apply: Email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or Urbanity Dance, 280 Shawmut Ave, Boston MA 02118 Urbanity Dance exists to inspire, engage, and empower individuals and communities through the art of dance and movement.
Rockstar Camp Counselor/Dance Instructor
Styles: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-hop, Break, Modern, Acrobatics, Ballroom, Musical Theatre, Stretch & Strengthen, ContemporaryDescription:
If you want to make a lasting impression in the lives of kids this summer… If you want to work on a team with other passionate, inspiring, innovative and talented people committed to excellence…. If you want an opportunity to learn, grow and develop yourself…. If you are looking to do something fun, meaningful and fast paced… Then you have found your dream job! CAMP TELAPHIBA is in search of the best staff in the country! Our goal is simple, each person will leave CAMP TELAPHIBA having grown as people and dancers. We realize that every summer in a young person’s life is a window of opportunity to make a lasting impression, thus the mission of our summer team is to provide tremendous experiences that reach and strengthen kids as human beings as well as dancers! Results will be measured by manager ratings and camper feedback/ratings. You will be working collaboratively with the team of counselors and the administration of camp to host only the very best summer camp. You will prepare for and teach excellent dance classes, you will lead and participate in other outdoor and indoor camp activities and you will host/lead life skill workshops with campers outlined during training. You will be a fun-to-be-around leader, counselor, mentor and ideal role model for all campers for the duration of the experience and thereafter. You are the rock star we are looking for if you are confident, innovative, committed to excellence in your field, enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, and are responsible, loving, helpful, thoughtful, and are a team player with classroom/group engagement and management skills. As you will be interacting with other CAMP staff, campers and family members of campers, you also need to have strong communication skills all with a positive, helpful, thoughtful, friendly nature. Work Experience: 1+ years of relevant work experience as a dance instructor and/or counselor Other Expectations/Skills: Excellence and world-class quality work is the only acceptable standard Positive, friendly personality Mature, professional, and confident Thorough preparation of all material to be taught or led prior to camp training Superior dance technical ability and skill in chosen genre/styles Superior teaching skills Excellent classroom engagement and management Strong communication skills in the classroom/group setting Other News: Hired as an Independent contractor. Travel to Colorado from outside is independent*. Transportation to and from airport provided by CAMP TELAPHIBA. * IF VETERAN STAFF, travel and accommodations prior to check-in and after check-out covered by CAMP TELAPHIBA Compensation: BETTER than competitive Sound like something you need to be a part of? Please go to the website below and click on the "Jobs" tab to start an application submission.
Location: Snow Mountain Ranch, Colorado
USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance and New Media
Styles: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-hop, Pas De Deux, Modern, Ballroom, Salsa, Pilates, Yoga, Cultural, Historical, Stretch & Strengthen, AfricanDescription:
The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance seeks a Non-Tenure Track, Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance and New Media. He or she will have scholarly expertise in Dance and New Media or Digital Technology for Dance, and Dancing On Screen. Additional experience in one or more of the following: Laban Theory, Music for Dancers, Dance Management and Entrepreneurship, and curricular development are preferred. Experience involving digital content, moving images, motion -capture, image-mapping, gaming, animation knowledge and expertise in software such as: Premiere, Avid, Final Cut Pro, Isadora, MaxMSP. Specific courses will be determined by the departmental needs and the candidate’s particular area(s) of expertise in these areas. Additional duties include student mentoring, non-major program oversight; collaborating with student assessment, participating in recruitment and selection of prospective student dancers; facilitating rehearsals, directing dance productions on a rotating basis with other faculty; and serving on departmental committees. Candidate will be expected to represent USC Kaufman both within the university as well as the local, national, and international levels. The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is interested in recruiting candidates who have demonstrated the highest standards of scholarship and/or creative activity. For more information and to apply, please visit the website below.
Location: Los Angeles
USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance Studies
Styles: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-hop, Pas De Deux, Modern, Ballroom, Salsa, Pilates, Yoga, Cultural, Historical, African, TangoDescription:
The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance seeks a Non Tenure Track, Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance Studies with scholarly expertise in at least one of the following areas: Dance History, Origins of Jazz Dance, Dance As An Art Form, World Perspectives on Dance, and Dance and Popular Culture with additional teaching in Contemporary Technique. Additional experience in Laban Theory preferred. Additional duties include student mentoring, non-major program oversight; collaborating with student assessment, participating in recruitment and selection of prospective student dancers; facilitating rehearsals, directing dance productions on a rotating basis with other faculty; and serving on departmental committees. Candidate will be expected to represent USC Kaufman both within the university as well as the local, national, and international levels. The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is interested in recruiting candidates who have demonstrated the highest standards of scholarship and/or creative activity. For more information and to apply, please visit the website below.
Location: Los Angeles
USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance: Assistant Professor of Practice in Ballet Technique
Styles: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-hop, Pas De Deux, Modern, Ballroom, Salsa, Pilates, Yoga, Cultural, Historical, Stretch & Strengthen, African, TangoDescription:
The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance invites applications for a Non-Tenure Track, Assistant Professor of Practice in Ballet Technique. USC Kaufman is looking for a collaborative, dynamic and innovative artist-scholar to teach all levels of ballet technique for undergraduate dance majors, non-majors, and minors. Successful candidates will have significant professional and/or university-level experience in teaching ballet technique, men’s ballet technique, classical male variations, classical partnering and contemporary partnering as well as teaching and/or staging classical and/or contemporary master works. Additional experience in teaching other areas of dance is encouraged and preferred. Possible other fields of expertise could include the teaching of Dance History and/or Dance for New Media. Additional duties include student mentorship; non-major program oversight; collaborating with faculty on student evaluation, grading and assessment; participating in recruitment and selection of prospective student dancers; facilitating visiting artist residencies; assisting in rehearsals; directing dance productions on a rotating basis with other faculty; and serving on departmental and university committees. Applicants will be expected to represent USC Kaufman both within the university as well as the local, national and international dance communities. The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance is interested in recruiting candidates who have demonstrated an ongoing, successful engagement with the highest standards of scholarship and/or creative activity, consistent with the expectations for excellence in a Research I university. For additional information and to apply, please visit the website below.
Location: Los Angeles
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