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The Australian Ballet is Australia’s flagship ballet company and one of the world’s leading ballet companies. Founded in 1962 and comprising 80 dancers, its diverse repertoire is built on the tradition of classical ballet and the best of contemporary ballet. Based in Melbourne, the company delivers over 240 performances annually in Australia and on regular international tours and has established a national and international reputation for outstanding performance excellence through its vision of “caring for tradition and daring to be different”.



With the retirement of David McAllister AM in December 2020, the Board of The Australian Ballet is now seeking to appoint an inspirational, internationally- recognised person with outstanding artistic and leadership qualities to serve as Artistic Director and to guide the company’s continued growth and success.

The ideal candidate is a confident, articulate and empathetic leader who can deliver a bold, innovative and compelling artistic vision to advance the company and its dancers consistent with the company’s mission and goals.

The person will be able to demonstrate an affinity for Australian culture, identify and nurture talent, have a keen results focus and excellent stakeholder management skills.

Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess a range of skills and attributes which include the ability to:
  Be the public face of The Australian Ballet and uphold the artistic reputation and standards of the company
   Leverage strong international contacts to secure premium productions and artistic talent
Select, engage and develop outstanding dance and artistic talent
Attract both new and loyal audiences to the art form
Work in close partnership with the Executive Director to deliver exceptional programs and financial sustainability
Collaborate with The Australian Ballet School to ensure a pipeline of future talent


The Artistic Director role will be based in Melbourne and will regularly spend significant time in Sydney and other national and international touring locations. For further information visit 

Confidential enquiries should be directed to Egon Zehnder on +61 3 9678 9600 or email:

Interested candidates are invited to submit a covering letter and a detailed resume via the above email address on or before 25 October 2019.

p) 03 9678 9600




Mark DeGarmo Dance, a leading nonprofit organization with a dance education program deemed “a national model” by The National Endowment for the Arts, was founded in 1987 as Dynamic Forms, Inc. President Barack Obama commended Dr. Mark DeGarmo and Mark DeGarmo Dance for “your service to your communities and the nation.” Dance/USA called MDD’s 50-year-old dance archive “historically significant.” MDD’s tripart mission includes Educate NYC communities, especially children; Create, Perform and Disseminate original dances, artistic and scholarly work; and Build intercultural community through dance. DeGarmo has created, and MDD has produced, over 100 dances and multiple international tours involving cultural diplomacy and exchange with 12 countries across Latin America and Europe, including Russia.


MDD’s evidence-based and scientifically researched education programs benefit under-resourced and disenfranchised BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) New York City prekindergarten to grade 5 Title I public school students and communities without access to highest quality dance education. In 2020-21, the organization served 5 public elementary schools with up to 3,000 students total in 4 NYC boroughs. MDD’s total global outreach included approximately 2.2 mm individuals across all programs. 


We seek an Operations, Marketing, and Archival Analyst to start immediately to work directly with Mark DeGarmo, PhD, BFA, Founder, Executive and Artistic Director (FEAD). The position is an outstanding opportunity to gain valuable practical professional experience in sustaining, developing, and growing a leading nonprofit dance organization. The 28-hours per week part-time position occurs on-site in the organization’s Lower East Side NYC studio theater and office Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays (8 hours each—8am-4pm) at The Clemente Soto Velez Center and Mondays and Fridays (2 hours each—10-12 noon) remotely. Additional hours required, as needed, for production of performance programs. We can discuss other hours and scheduling options.


Application Instructions:  

Qualified candidates should e-mail cover letter, résumé, and 3 professional references of previous supervisors noting candidate’s relationship to each to: 


The School of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet: New Full Time Teaching Position


The School of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet is seeking full-time skilled ballet faculty with an emphasis on early childhood development (ages 3-10).

Qualified candidates must:

  • Hold a terminal degree or have equivalent professional experience in ballet
  • Demonstrate the ability to teach all ages 3 years to adult
  • Demonstrate the ability to teach all levels of ballet technique, including pre ballet, pointe and variations
  • Have at least two years of experience teaching technique and choreography to children and teens
  • Have good, clear communication skills both in person and via email.

As a full-time faculty member, successful candidates must be interested in learning, growing and continued engagement in practices that serve a variety of community needs. Candidates will embrace a vigorous teaching schedule that may include teaching 6 days per week and weekend rehearsals and should be available to commute between the four Aspen area locations. Salary is commensurate with experience.

To be considered for an interview, please send the following materials by email to

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae
  • Statement of Teaching Philosophy
  • Teaching Reference Contacts


Full details available here:

Associate Artistic Director

Styles: Ballet, Pas De Deux, Contemporary


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: Mail: 2157 York Avenue |Memphis, TN 38104 Fax: 901-274-5370

Location: Memphis

State: Tennessee


Company Dancer

Styles: Ballet, Modern


Female dancer needed for '19-'20 season of dance. Contact for audition/company information.

Location: TBA

State: California


Dance Competition Emcee/Host


DANCE CHAMPS ELITE, is an Event Management company, based in Central Jersey, producing Dance Competitions with a Royal Theme on the East Coast. We are currently seeking a professional with an outgoing FUN and Infectious Personality, a Dance Background and Competition Experience to join our team in producing one of a kind events throughout the North East area! This is a career opportunity to get in on the ground floor and assist us in making an impact within the Dance Competition arena! If you enjoy being around dancers and directors and running a show to ensure everything runs smoothly and on time, then this is a golden opportunity for you! Our Event Host/Emcee is responsible for Running on time, engaging one on one with the Dancers and communicating with the audience. Keeping everyone entertained and informed is critical in an upbeat and positive manner. They will run our Pre-Awards Fun on Stage and Announce all Awards. As the face of Dance Champs Elite it is imperative that our Host has High Energy and a Positive Attitude to make sure EVERYONE feels like Dance ROYALTY! Compensation Commensurate with Experience.

Location: New Jersey

State: New Jersey


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 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.

Location: Boston

State: Massachusetts


Milwaukee Ballet - Executive Director

Styles: Ballet


Organization Founded in 1970, Milwaukee Ballet has grown to become the leading ballet company in the state of Wisconsin and one the country’s most admired. Its mission is to transform lives and connect communities through inspiring dance, community engagement, education, and training. Renowned for delighting audiences with a rich mix of full-length classical ballets alongside exciting contemporary works, the company of 25 dancers offers performances each season at the 2,200-seat Marcus Performing Arts Center and the historic 1,300-seat Pabst Theater in downtown Milwaukee. In its 50-year history, Milwaukee Ballet has had significant tenures from seven Artistic Directors: Founder Roberta Boorse, Jean-Paul Comelin, Ted Kivitt, Dane LaFontsee, Richard Weiss, Simon Dow, and Michael Pink, who has been in the role since 2002. More than 60 new works have been created by and for the company since 2002, including five full-length narrative works and Michael Pink’s theatrical productions of Dracula, Esmeralda, Swan Lake, Giselle, The Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Romeo & Juliet, La Bohème, Don Quixote, Mirror Mirror, Dorian Gray, and Beauty and the Beast, which have been hailed as ‘Classical Ballet for the 21st Century.’ Milwaukee Ballet also hosts the GENESIS Bi-Annual International Choreographic Competition. In 2019, the organization opened the Baumgartner Center for Dance (BCD), a new building headquartered in the Historic Third Ward district just south of downtown Milwaukee. With seven studios, expanded production space, a 200-seat black box theater, and administrative offices, the building is also the primary location for the Milwaukee Ballet School & Academy (MBSA). The Rolando Yanes Pre-Professional Program opened in 2019 after moving into BCD. MBSA is recognized as one of the top ballet training institutions in the nation. With more than 1,000 students participating in a range of different divisions from ages three and up, it is among the largest ballet schools in the country. MBSA offers exceptional dance training at three branches in the Greater Milwaukee area, located in Fox Point, Brookfield, and in Downtown Milwaukee. In recognition of MBSA’s rigorous set of national standards for excellence in dance training, it is the only professional dance school accredited by the National Association of Schools of Dance in the Midwest. Students are coached by an experienced international faculty that includes professional dancers. The most advanced students from MBSA may be invited to join the second company, Milwaukee Ballet II (MBII). MBII performs alongside the main company in mainstage productions, as well as in its own repertoire, at the BCD and venues throughout Milwaukee. MBII consists of the next generation of dancers in pursuit of a professional career. Many alumni of MBSA and MBII ultimately achieve a career in dance at Milwaukee Ballet or other leading ballet companies across the country and around the world. Deepening community engagement is pivotal to Milwaukee Ballet’s mission. Its award-winning community engagement programs reach more than 30,000 people annually in Greater Milwaukee and Southeastern Wisconsin. Milwaukee Ballet collaborates with local organizations to enhance its programmatic offerings and build connections with new audiences. It partners with local libraries, Boys & Girls Clubs, and Milwaukee Public Schools on multiple programs that bring performance, dance instruction, and educational workshops directly to students. Together with the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Ballet’s award-winning Tour de Force program provides inclusive ballet lessons to children with disabilities and brings dance to senior centers, hospitals, and hospices. The BCD contains dedicated community space, which affords an opportunity for local groups and artists to provide dance instruction and performance in Milwaukee Ballet’s state-of-the-art facility. Milwaukee Ballet believes that the arts are a powerful force and that dance should be accessible to all—on stage, backstage, in the studio, in the audience, and as a workplace. It celebrates diversity and strives to be inclusive of all individuals. Doing so strengthens Milwaukee Ballet’s ability to serve its community, drives innovation, enables it to attract and retain the best talent, and supports all individuals who have the desire to perform, learn, or enjoy dance. Milwaukee Ballet estimates that its community currently consists of 40 percent BIPOC students, 23 percent BIPOC company dancers and staff, and 20 percent BIPOC board members, as well as patrons from more than 40 states. Its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Advisory Council is a peer-group of representatives from administrative staff, MBSA faculty, and artistic staff, which engages with the leadership team and board. It focuses on equity issues within the art form as well as the company’s role supporting change in the Milwaukee region. The organization presents a sensory-friendly performance of The Nutcracker each year for neurodiverse families. Its student matinees feature full-scale ballets, including live music, to local schools. Through its partnership with the United Performing Arts Fund, Milwaukee Ballet provides free tickets to community groups such as the Ronald McDonald House and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee. Milwaukee Ballet is governed by a 27-member board of directors, comprised of business and community leaders from across the city and led by Board Chair and President Jan Pirozzolo-Mellowes. There are 31 artistic and administrative staff members in a variety of areas that support the organizational mission, vision, and values. For the fiscal year ending July 2022, total operating revenue is expected to be $7 million, with approximately $4 million from performance, school, and other income, as well as $2.7 million from contributions and grants. Community Wisconsin’s largest city, Milwaukee is a diverse and vibrant community along the southwest shores of Lake Michigan. The name ‘Milwaukee’ is derived from an Algonquian word ‘Millioke,’ meaning ‘good land,’ and from a Potawatomi word ‘Minwaking’ meaning ‘gathering place by the waters.’ Today, members of 11 native Wisconsin tribes still call Milwaukee home. The city sits on traditional Potawatomi, Ho-Chunk, and Menominee homeland and the people of Wisconsin’s sovereign Anishinaabe, Ho-Chunk, Menominee, Oneida, and Mohican nations remain present. The city’s climate is typical of the Midwest, with four distinct seasons. Incorporated in 1846, Milwaukee is home to nearly 600,000 residents today. The larger seven-county region boasts a population of just over two million. Known as a ‘big city of little neighborhoods,’ German immigration in the 19th century brought a sense of community and cultural traditions that are still present in this midwestern city. Milwaukee’s East Side, Historic Third Ward, and Bay View are just a few of its great locales, each with its own unique personality. Offering rich cultural diversity with mixed-use areas that are simultaneously historic and hip, the region attracts young professionals and families. The city’s park system is ranked among the top 30 in the United States by the Trust for Public Land, with 90 percent of city’s residents living within a 10-minute walk to a park. The population is 44 percent white, 39 percent Black or African American, 4 percent Asian, and 19 percent Hispanic with a median age of 31.3 years. Milwaukee’s robust economy ranked in the top 20 on MarketWatch's 50 best United States metropolitan areas for business. The city was also named one of the 25 best places for doing business by Inc. magazine. Seven Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the region, including Northwestern Mutual, ManpowerGroup, Kohl’s, and Harley-Davidson. Higher education institutions based in the city include the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Marquette University, and Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. The Medical College of Wisconsin, Children’s Wisconsin – Milwaukee Hospital, and Froedtert teaching hospital provide exemplary care, research, and training. Milwaukee Public Schools serve more than 75,000 students in over 150 K-12 neighborhood, specialty, and charter schools. Milwaukee also offers extensive options for public transportation, including streetcar, bus, and commuter rail networks. A sporting destination, the MLB Brewers, NFL Green Bay Packers, and 2021 NBA World Champion Bucks call the region home. Milwaukee Ballet is part of a vibrant arts and culture community that includes Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Skylight Music Theatre, Milwaukee Public Museum, Marcus Performing Arts Center, Florentine Opera, Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, and Black Arts MKE. Milwaukee Youth Arts Center houses the biggest children’s theater company (First Stage) and youth symphony orchestra (Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra) in the nation. Supporting this vibrant and diverse arts scene is the United Performing Arts Fund, which was established in 1967 to raise funds collectively for the performing arts sector. Milwaukee’s Summerfest, recognized as the world’s largest music festival, hosts more than 1,000 performances by major artists, emerging talent, and local favorites on 11 stages. SummerFest attracts more than 750,000 fans to Henry Maier Festival Park, which also hosts multiple cultural festivals throughout the year. including Milwaukee Irish Fest, Milwaukee Dragon Boat Festival, Mexican Fiesta, Hunting Moon Pow Wow, German Fest Milwaukee, Festa Italiana, and more. The city’s vibrant food and drink scene features many modern craft breweries that maintain the city’s historic and cultural ties to beer, including Oktoberfest in Heidelberg Park at the Bavarian Bierhaus, which has been celebrated for more than 60 years. Sources:,,, Position Summary Reporting to and collaborating with the board of directors in a shared leadership model with the Artistic Director, the Executive Director will provide strategic and financial expertise to Milwaukee Ballet, MBII, and MBSA. Focused on advancing its mission, vision, and values, this individual will oversee all of the company’s business functions, guiding the organization into its next phase of growth. With a particular focus on raising contributed revenue and increasing earned income, the Executive Director will engage the board and senior management team to ensure equity, diversity, inclusion, and access initiatives are at the center of all decisions. As an active spokesperson for the organization within the local and national community, the Executive Director and Artistic Director will work in tandem to develop partnerships with other arts and civic institutions, as well as cultivate relationships with funders and other philanthropic supporters. The Executive Director will exemplify and facilitate a culture where everyone feels valued, respected, and supported. Role and Responsibilities Strategic and Operational Leadership  Actively partner with the Artistic Director to ensure that executive and financial decisions are made in alignment with the organization’s mission and artistic vision and are embedded in the ongoing viability of the organization.  Spearhead conversations and lead measurable action plans with the senior management team to inspire a thoughtful, realistic, and mission-aligned strategic plan and organizational direction.  Build and implement annual balanced budgets that accurately display and align with the organization’s mission, available and projected funds, and strategic vision to ensure financial stability and growth.  Monitor and ensure timely, accurate, and compliant filings of mandated finance and human resources audits and reports.  Collaborate with department leaders from all parts of the organization to responsibly manage costing, financial accountability, and reporting.  Support the marketing department to elevate branding, sales, and communication strategies to enhance earned ticket sales, school enrollment, and other forms of earned income while raising the organization’s profile.  Oversee the human resources function to include the full employee life cycle and employee benefits.  Embrace other strategic and operational leadership roles as needed. Community Engagement and Revenue Enhancement  Foster and build relationships with arts alliance groups, including the organization’s major funders, as well as the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Wisconsin Arts Board, and other organizations.  Act as a visible spokesperson and advocate for Milwaukee Ballet, engaging with donors, audience members, members of the community, and other stakeholders.  Partner with the Development Director to serve as the driving force for targeted contributed revenue goals, including the annual fund, major gift solicitation, corporate sponsorships, and other development efforts that result in increased financial stability and sustainability.  Identify and develop untapped relationships that amplify the organizational profile, provide funding for the organization to include scholarships for MBSA, and support initiatives for improving facilities.  Embrace other community engagement and revenue enhancement roles as needed. Board Governance and Organizational Effectiveness  Form a deep working relationship with the board of directors to support existing members, recruit new members, and advance targeted fundraising efforts that also meet equity, diversity, inclusion, and access goals.  Collaborate with board committees to encourage and support active board participation and impactful committee results.  Foster a positive culture of inclusivity, diversity, equity, access, and belonging that purposefully welcomes underheard voices, creates safe new spaces for conversation, and enhances cooperation in unified decision making.  Lead, organize, mentor, and develop administrative staff by facilitating professional development opportunities and demonstrating a sense of transparency, trust, purpose, and direction  Create an actionable and measurable plan to digitize processes and augment effectiveness of human, financial, and technological resources.  Embrace other board governance and organizational effectiveness roles as needed. Traits and Characteristics The Executive Director will be a focused and decisive leader with the ability to work collaboratively with people from all parts of the organization and community. Guided by an open-minded and empathetic approach, the Executive Director will exhibit transparent communication and possess a welcoming demeanor. Valuing different perspectives and approaches to problem solving, the Executive Director will have the ability to relate to people from all backgrounds. As a champion for equity, diversity, inclusion, and access, the Executive Director will have a passion for the performing arts and be eager to ensure that performances and training programs are accessible to all. Other key competencies include:  Diplomacy and Leadership – The ability to tactfully handle difficult issues, be sensitive to the needs of others, inspire people with a compelling vision, delegate responsibility appropriately, and create a sense of purpose and direction.  Teamwork and Interpersonal Skills – The dexterity to respect team members and their perspectives, share responsibility for successes and failures, effectively communicate, build rapport, and relate well to diverse people and perspectives.  Planning and Organizing – The acuity to work effectively within established systems, utilizing logical, practical, and efficient approaches while monitoring plans, demonstrating flexibility, and making adjustments as needed.  Professional and Personal Accountability – The capacity to take responsibility for professional and personal actions, recognizing that mistakes create opportunities for learning and growth. Qualifications The successful candidate will have at least five to seven years of progressive senior management experience that includes solid financial management and expertise in building and strengthening strategic partnerships. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required and a master’s degree in arts administration, nonprofit management, business, or a related field is preferred. Active participation in the arts community, a track record of nonprofit fundraising success, and experience guiding strategic plan development and implementation are ideal. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, as well as public speaking experience, are expected. Compensation and Benefits Milwaukee Ballet provides a competitive and equitable compensation package with an estimated salary range between $135,000 and $175,000, as well as benefits that include paid vacation and holidays; medical, dental, long-term disability insurances; and a voluntary 403(b) retirement plan. Reserved parking at the BCD is also provided. Applications and Inquiries To submit a cover letter and resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments (electronic submissions preferred), please click here or visit For questions or general inquiries about this job opportunity, please contact: Dr. Bruce D. Thibodeau, President Mr. Geoff Chang, Vice President Arts Consulting Group 292 Newbury Street, Suite 315 Boston, MA 02115-2801 Tel (888) 234.4236 Ext. 201 (Dr. Thibodeau) Ext. 218 (Mr. Chang) Email Milwaukee Ballet is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Location: Milwaukee, WI

State: Wisconsin


Studio Manager/Teacher

Styles: Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip-hop, Musical Theatre


Our dance studio is growing and we want you! We are actively looking for a reliable full-time studio manager/dance teacher to start in June. Our curriculum includes ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, musical theater and Mom & Me classes. We are an early childhood dance studio with multiple locations in Northern Virginia and offer our full time staff health care, a retirement program, flexibility, a fun work environment and paid vacation. Reliable transportation required. Punctuality is a must! - If you LOVE to work with students from ages 2-12... - And if you LOVE to teach ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, musical theater and Mom & Me... - And if you are creative, energetic and highly reliable... - And possess excellent customer service skills, as duties will include communication with parents and marketing classes, merchandise and promotions... Then we can't wait to meet you! We're excited about our program and excited to meet the person who will join our team! - We will prepare you to teach the specialized curriculum with a complete training program. - Weekend and evening availability is a must. We are looking for someone with prior administrative and instructional experience and a passion for working with young children. Contact us NOW to find out more!

Location: Northern Virginia

State: Virginia


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