Ohio Positions

Factory Street Studio Athens Ohio Interim Artistic Director

Position Available: Interim Artistic Director of Non-Profit Dance Studio 

Factory Street Studio, a 39 year old non-profit dance organization, is seeking an Interim Artistic Director for the 2017-2018 season, with the possibility to apply for a permanent position in 2018. This non-competitive dance studio is an integral part of the Athens, Ohio arts community, and is embraced for its integrity, quality, creativity, and student-oriented atmosphere. Applicants must be dynamic, passionate, creative leaders capable of bringing these qualities to the position. The Artistic Director manages, organizes, and maintains a well-established, quality dance program. The modern dance-based curriculum has a special emphasis on student composition, and also includes ballet, jazz, tap and hip hop. Factory Street Studio has a student base of 165 students, and offers 34 classes per week. In addition to working closely with the Board of Directors, the Artistic Director works intensively with every teacher and student at Factory Street Studio.

The Artistic Director (AD) works in conjunction with the Board of Directors to maintain and oversee the FSS dance education programming during the school year and summer sessions, and to pursue outreach and partnership possibilities. The AD recruits, trains, and oversees the faculty to ensure consistency and quality across class levels; mentors and supervises Ohio University student interns; and manages choreography and performance programming. The AD teaches a minimum of four classes per week in two 14-week semesters, across a range of age levels; additional teaching is possible, negotiated and compensated under a separate teaching contract. In conjunction with the Business Director and the Board, the AD organizes and produces annual Winter and Spring Concerts; communicates with parents and students about programming, schedules, and special events; produces advertising materials; writes grants; and creates yearly budgets.

Essential skills include knowledge of anatomically sound dance technique across a range of dance genres; at least three years’ teaching experience, preferably with students of varying ages and abilities; excellent organizational and communication skills; event planning experience; and ability to balance multiple priorities. An undergraduate degree in dance and successful completion of coursework in dance pedagogy are required. Preferred qualifications include MFA or other relevant graduate degree; supervisory experience; familiarity with national dance standards; and grant writing experience.

Salary commensurate with experience, starting at $25,000 annually, with an additional health/wellness stipend and the opportunity for an annual bonus.  Review of applications begins July 24 and continues until position is filled. Please send résumé, letter of interest, and the names of 3 references to:

Factory Street Studio
Attn: Search Committee
37 Ohio Avenue
Athens, OH  45701

For inquiries or to submit application, please contact Tresa Randall, Search Committee Chair, at, or call 740-594-2302.

Momentum Programs Coordinator

Job Description – Programs Coordinator  20 – 30 hours per week, starting rate $15 per hour. Potential to grow to full-time.

About Momentum Momentum engages children in dance, music, and performance to develop lifelong habits of self-discipline, teamwork, and excellence to place them on a path to success. Professional teaching artists and musicians work weekly with more than 1,000 students in Columbus and Hilliard City Schools.

Overview The Programs Coordinator administrates each of Momentum’s eight programs: 30- Week Anchor, 4-to-15-Week Residency, Early Learners, Team XL, Team XO, Performance Troupe, After School, and Momentum University. They are the point of contact for Momentum’s vital partners: central Ohio schools and parents/guardians. They establish and maintain a solid line of communication with school administrators, classroom teachers, and parents/guardians. This position has great opportunity for growth as Momentum continues to reach more children in new programs. Requires frequent travel within central Ohio. Reports to the Executive Director.

Job Duties Coordinate and maintain Momentum’s teaching schedules for each of the eight programs, including cancelled and rescheduled classes. Lead and schedule quarterly meetings with school principals and classroom teachers participating in the 30-Week Anchor Program.  Prepare the 30-Week Anchor Program school administration for the Year-End Performance logistics at the Davison Theatre, including bussing, lunch orders, theatre rules and expectations, etc.  Coordinate Lecture Demonstrations (in-school performances) with school administration, and prepare any accommodations necessary for the performances. Create and/or distribute any informational materials to classrooms, such as performance invitations, educational guides, meeting agendas, student participation forms, surveys, and student nametags. Collect and maintain each school’s class rosters, and track dancer special circumstances/medical issues.  Field all emails and questions from principals, PTO organizations, and classroom teachers about Momentum.

Coordinate, with the Operations Manager, school contracts and payments. Regularly communicate with Lead Instructors about the needs of the classroom. Recruit and onboard new schools to Momentum.

General Occasionally coordinate and host visitors to watch a Momentum class in action, including donors. Regularly communicate and collaborate with Momentum’s Artistic Director, Music Director, Executive Director, and Operations Manager. Attend and give updates at monthly team meetings. Other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications and Abilities Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Impeccable relationship-management skills. Strong verbal communication skills. Great appreciation and zeal for the arts. High attention to detail and strong writing skills.  Flexible schedule and ability to work independently. Ability to lift 50lbs, bend, stretch, and stand for extended periods of time. Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Must pass a background check (paid by Momentum).

Desired Qualifications and Abilities 1+ years of experience working in a school-setting, or with school principals/teachers, preferably within central Ohio.Familiarity using Google Drive and similar applications. Dance, music, and/or theatre experience. Fluency in Spanish and/or Somali a plus.

Deadline Please submit a cover letter, resume or CV, and list of three professional references to Applications will be accepted on a rolling-basis until 5 p.m. on Friday, July 28, 2017.
Programs Coordinator Job Description 2017-18


Denison University seeks an active artist/scholar who works within African Diaspora/Africanist traditions to join a vibrant dance program at a private liberal arts college. Successful candidates are expected to be excellent teachers, to maintain a productive, ongoing research agenda, and to contribute actively to the continued growth of the department and the college. We seek a dance educator who will bring an interdisciplinary 21st century perspective to courses in movement practice, creative inquiry, and dance theory for a tenure track position in the Department of Dance. Review of applicants will begin Nov. 17, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled.


Miami Valley Ballet Theatre Seeking Dance Educators

Miami Valley Ballet Theatre, located in downtown Hamilton, is looking for dance educators!
We are looking for faculty to teach dancers ages 6-early teens.  We are in need of educators with background in modern, jazz and ballet.  We are also looking for someone interested in helping to develop and grow our tap / musical theater program.
MVBT is a community dance school and company that is experiencing enormous growth.  We offer ballet, pointe, jazz,   modern, tap, musical theater and a rhythm percussion class.  We perform a full length Nutcracker every December (2 weeks, 8 shows), as well as a full length ballet every April.  Our contemporary dance program is showcased in May at a local theater.  We also have a program called “without limits” for dancers (children through adults) with disabilities take classes.  Some students are integrated into our typical classes and some are in their own classes.
We are currently building out a new studio space, still in downtown Hamilton, and expect to be there early fall.
Please email resumes or call Michelle Davis directly at

Seeking Experienced Ballet Teachers Cleveland City Dance

Seeking Experienced Ballet Teachers Cleveland City Dance is expanding its programs and looking for engaging, nurturing, patient, and motivational teachers for the 2017-2018 year.

Job Purpose & Goals

To inspire and instill the love of dance in each student so that they look forward to returning each week.
To challenge students through dance education and discipline.
To communicate to the students via examples and terminology the goal for the class.
To create a comfortable atmosphere for a diverse population.
Create original choreography for the end of year performance.
Be part of future growth and change by making a difference in the lives of students and families.

  • We are looking for those who can teach the following:
    • Ballet for ages 6-12
    • Ballet for intermediate and advance dancers
      • Fine tune their technique
      • Draw out their performance qualities to shine
      • Refine nuances
      • Work with the non-profit City Ballet of Cleveland.  This includes the annual Uniquely Cleveland Nutcracker and May performances. Run rehearsals 2-3 days a week.
      • This position begins August 21, 2017 and finishes May 20, 2018
      • Teach 3-4 days a week at Cleveland City Dance
  • Applicants should be
    • 20 years and older
    • Have previous teaching experience
    • Have reliable transportation

Cleveland City Dance classes begin September 5, 2017 and run through mid-June.

Please forward your resume and our employment application, which can be found on our website, to

You may contact the director, Courtney at 216-295-2222 for further information and to set up an appointment to discuss this opportunity.

Neos Center for Dance – Oberlin Ohio

Official School of Neos Dance Theatre
Job Title: Director of Education and Outreach (full time)
Preferred Start Date: July 1, 2017
Salary: $30,000 negotiable
Reports To: Neos Dance Theatre Artistic Director

Job Description
Neos Dance Theatre (NDT) invites applications for the position of Director of Education and Outreach.  The chosen candidate will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Neos Center For Dance (NCD), a new pre-professional and community school in Oberlin Ohio, and will coordinate community outreach activities in consultation with the NDT Artistic Director.

Required qualifications
Extensive advanced dance training, experience in dance instruction and curriculum, experience working with K-12 students, excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Preferred qualifications
Professional dance performance experience, bachelor’s degree in dance or related field, managerial experience, fund-raising experience, community outreach experience.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • In consultation with the Artistic Director, develop and implement a strategic plan for NCD to create a world-class dance training institution that delivers pre-professional, recreational and early education programming.
  • Work with the Artistic Director of NDT to develop, implement and oversee a syllabus that reflects a comprehensive understanding of multiple dance genres.
  • Lead a teaching staff comprised primarily of dancers from NDT, coordinate a substitute teaching staff, and create meaningful performance and master class opportunities to complement the NCD curriculum.
  • Coordinate and oversee the efficient day-to-day operations of the school including class scheduling, tuition management, office supervision, recordkeeping, payroll, and faculty and staff hiring and scheduling.
  • Develop, implement and oversee all marketing and communication activities for the NCD, including maintaining a school website and a vibrant social media presence.
  • In consultation with the Artistic Director, manage and track all finances of NCD and prepare quarterly financial reports for the BOD.
  • Establish and maintain positive and supportive relationships with Lorain County, OH, and national education institutions for the benefit of NCD.
  • Work with the Artistic Director and BOT to establish and maintain a committed and generous philanthropic support base for NCD through a comprehensive development plan.

Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. In order to receive optimal consideration, please submit materials electronically by June 15.  Submit a cover letter, resume, and list of three references to:

Neil Sapienza
Neos Center for Dance Search Committee Chair

A  full  job description can be viewed and downloaded at:   


Momentum’s Advanced Teams Coordinator

Job Description – Advanced Teams Coordinator
Overview – Part-time, 10 to 15 hours/week, starting rate $12.50/hour The Advanced Teams Coordinator assists the Artistic Director administratively in executing Momentum’s Advanced Teams programs — XL, XO, Community Dance Troupe, and Momentum University. S/he must be available to assist during rehearsals on Sundays during the school year (September through May), during show week (May 8 – 12, 2017), and during Momentum University (July 17 – 27, 2017). A background check is required before beginning work (paid by Momentum).

Responsibilities ? Parents/Students
– Keep advanced teams’ parents updated with relevant information, paperwork, and schedules via email and phone calls/text every week. Monitor student arrival/departure for all rehearsals and run outs, including tracking absences. Coordinate costumes/proper attire for students. ? Administration
– Create, distribute, and organize all Advanced Teams documents and forms to parents and students. Regularly use Google Drive to create, share, and update Momentum paperwork. Use a personalized Momentum email and Google Voice phone number to professionally communicate with parents and Momentum staff.  ? Run-Outs
– Coordinate schedules and assist during all rehearsals for Momentum performances with other area arts organizations such as the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and Harmony Project.  ? Year-End Show
– Assist with identifying/training volunteers, organizing the student thank you card project, distributing costumes, and coordinating show week logistics with Advanced Teams students and their parents.  ? Other
– S/he must attend monthly Momentum team meetings, and meet weekly with the Artistic Director. Other duties as assigned by the Artistic Director.

Desired Qualifications Dance, theatre, or music experience, or a great appreciation for the arts. 1+ years professional experience with children 1+ years office experience Spanish and/or Somali fluency a plus  Familiarity with Google Docs/sheets Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license Flexible schedule and ability to work independently Must be able to lift 50lbs, bend, stretch, and stand for extended periods of time.
Deadline: Applications will be accepted until March 26, 2017 on a rolling basis. Please email a cover letter explaining how your experience relates to this position, and a resume to

Powell Dance Academy Dance Instructor (Northwest Columbus) Part-time job

Powell Dance Academy
Dance Instructor (Northwest Columbus)
Part-time job

Seeking qualified educators to teach dance classes to students ranging in age from 2 – 18 yrs, at a fast-growing, family-friendly studio in the Powell area. Applicant must be experienced teaching ballet, jazz, lyrical/contemporary, preschool dance &/or creative movement classes in a studio atmosphere. Experience teaching tap, hip-hop, gymnastics, &/or musical theatre a plus.

Applicants with significant classical ballet training, who welcome a leadership role in our ballet program are encouraged to apply.

Applicants experienced with choreographing/rehearsing competitive dance teams in any/all genres mentioned are encouraged to apply.

Applicants with management &/or marketing backgrounds encouraged to apply.

Morning, Evening & Weekend hours available.

Qualifications: Applicant should have significant experience & training in teaching dance to children of all ages. Candidate should be outgoing, patient & creative and be able to keep a group of children engaged during class.

Seasonal contract available – typically runs Fall thru Summer.

Compensation: Competitive based on experience

Start date: Open

Procedure: Please submit resume, references & availability to be considered. Links to performance or choreography videos are also welcome.

459 Village Park Dr
Powell, Ohio 43065

MamLuft&Co. Dance Position: Summer Camp Dance Instructor

MamLuft&Co. Dance
Position: Summer Camp Dance Instructor
Reports to: Education and Outreach Director
Hours: Camps are scheduled for July 10-14 and July 17-21.Sunday July 9: Mandatory load-in 9am – 1pm
Sunday July 16: Mandatory load-in 9am – 3pm?Mondays –Thursdays: 8am – 3pm Fridays: 8am – 7pm (Each Friday of camp there will be a performance for parents, and there will be a mandatory tear-down directly after the performance.)
Location: July 9-14 will be at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center. July 16- 21 will be at the Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum. Compensation: $850 lump sum Position Overview:?MamLuft&Co. Dance seeks two dance instructors for our 2017 Summer Dance Camp for Kids. Applicants must be able to teach Modern Dance or Ballet to children ranging from 5 to 10 years of age, and MUST be able to commit to the entirety of both weeks of camp. Instructors will also be required to attend a meeting/training session. Skills and Experience:?Must have at least two years teaching experience?How to Apply:?Send resume, including experience and dance training, and cover letter (addressing above requirements), to Abby Carlozzo at No phone calls, please.?Full application details
Full Job Description Attached

Friends at Footsteps Family Dance Center: Dance

Friends at Footsteps Family Dance Center: Dance Instructors Needed
We are an established dance studio in Columbus, Ohio, searching for instructors for summer 2017 and the 2017-18 season. The right people will be knowledgeable about dance, able to convey that knowledge to kids ages 7-18, challenge but not overwhelm both recreational dancers as well as advanced competitive kids, run an efficient classroom, command respect while maintaining a fun atmosphere, work with
an existing syllabus, and possibly choreograph competition pieces for solos, duet/trios, as well as groups. We’re looking for a team player who believes in not just developing great dancers, but great human beings too!
We have positions open for specialists in BALLET,TAP, ACROBATICS, LYRICAL/CONTEMPORARY, and JAZZ. Please list all genres that you are qualified to teach (even if they’re not listed above) in your cover letter, as we may be able to schedule you for a variety of classes.
Must have one or more of the following:

  • Prior teaching experience
  • Professional dance experience
  • Certification in dance education
  • College degree in dance or a dance-related field

This position is part-time, but scheduling will be flexible until the class schedules are published (March for summer, late-April for next season). Summer classes run June 26-July 28. Next season runs August 28, 2017-June 3, 2018. In your cover letter, please include your availability (days/times).
Pay is competitive & dependent upon what’s on your resume and how you connect with our dancers. If you are interested & qualified, please email the following:

  • Cover letter (see above for items that should be included)
  • Dance resume/references
  • Links to videos of you and/or your students dancing and/or you teaching

Please expect to teach a 45-minute trial class as part of the interview process.?Lv, Jennifer Curren &Your Friends at Footsteps Family Dance Center 614-883-5599
80 Dillmont Dr, Columbus, OH 43235


The Department of Dance at The Ohio State University seeks a dance professional who is actively engaged in a combination of physical practice, creative activity, and theoretical inquiry. We welcome an artist/teacher working in Africanist traditions who brings 21st century approaches and interdisciplinary perspectives. We value an individual who will continue their relationships with the professional field nationally and internationally, as well as with the local community. We expect additional contributions in core choreography courses and other areas, creating an effective webbing of movement practice, theory, and creative activity, and advancing the department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Full job description attached

MamLuft&Co. Dance

MamLuft&Co. Dance seeks a Dance Instructor for 2016-2017 After School Programs.
MamLuft&Co. Dance seeks a qualified, motivated, experienced dance instructor for our 2016-2017 afterschool programs beginning as soon as possible. Applicant must be able to teach Modern Dance and Ballet to children ranging from 3 to 12 years of age (jazz and tap are pluses but may not be required at this time). Instructor will be working remotely in a school or community center in the Cincinnati area. Additionally, instructor must have reliable transportation. Must pass local, state, and federal background check at own expense, and obtain the Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) Security Badge (required of anyone entering CPS buildings on a regular basis.)
How to Apply:

  • Send resume of experience and dance training, and cover letter (addressing above requirements), to Abby Carlozzo at No phone calls, please.
  • Apply ASAP

Job Description Attached
Full job posting:

Dancing Wheels Company & School: Department of Education and Outreach

Dancing Wheels Company & School: Department of Education and Outreach
Job Title: Teaching Artist, Dance
Department: Education and Outreach
Direct Supervisor: Manager of Education and Outreach
Position Summary: Seeking qualified dance teaching artists to join the Department of Education and Outreach at the School of Dancing Wheels, on an as-needed contracted basis to join our team of active and substitute teachers.
To Apply: Please send cover letterresume2 references, and weekly availability to, Please include “last name_TA_application” in the subject line of your email.
No phone calls, please. Dancing Wheels Company & School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in all areas of the organization’s work.
Full Job Description Attached

Artistic Director Needed: Ballet Western Reserve

Artistic Director Needed: Ballet Western Reserve, Youngstown’s premiere dance school is in need of a full or part time Artistic Director. The Artistic Director is responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing the artistic vision and focus of the organization in collaboration with the board of trustees, faculty and administrative staff. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in ballet, act as a spokesperson for the organization’s artistic purpose via speaking engagements, public and social appearances, and at fundraising events and donor solicitation events. They must be committed to BWR’s mission, have proven leadership and executive skills. Must be able to teach when needed and produce at least two major performances per year. email –
Address: 218 W. Boardman St. P.O. Box 1684
Youngstown, OH  44501

Columbus City Ballet School

Columbus City Ballet School is seeking a professionally experienced modern teacher for the 2016-2017 school year.  Graham and Paul Taylor based style/technique preferred.

Columbus City Ballet School is seeking a high profile and experienced professional ballet teacher to teach Pre-professional level classes, Vaganova based teaching preferred.

Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Westerville

Do you have a degree in Dance or Theatre? Or have a passion to
teach Dance?
Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Westerville is currently seeking
enthusiastic and ambitious individuals who have an interest
in becoming certified dance instructors. If you have a background
in dance, theatre or are just passionate about people
and are looking for a rewarding career path with unlimited financial
opportunity then we want to hear from you.
Please contact Amy Jordan at (614) 890-9790 or email inquiries
to including your resume and a head shot.

Dance teachers and accompanists

Dance teachers and accompanists
Dance teachers and accompanists are invited by Momentum, an in-school program of dance education for Central Ohio elementary-aged boys and girls presented, to attend Momentum classes to observe and discuss employment opportunities.  Please check us out online at and then contact Janine Lawson, Managing Artistic Director, at for more information.

Opening Night!

Opening Night! Find out about the “Other” dance career.  Central Ohio’s premiere dance retailer is currently looking for 2 full-time and 2 part-time employees at their stores in Dublin and Gahanna.
Dance and/or some retail background is very helpful. Friendly, outgoing personality and strong work ethic are a must.  Pay commensurate with experience and availability. Benefits include great employee discount, health insurance* and 401K plan for full-time employees.  Great work environment with flexible hours.  Must be available week days and weekends.  Serious inquiries only.  Please contact Margi at Opening Night Dublin or Gahanna to fill out an application.
Dublin Store 6371 Sawmill Rd, Dublin, OH  (614) 764-0033 or Gahanna Store 163 Granville St, Gahanna, OH (614) 337-9733

Out of State Positions

Dance Instructors, Local Motion Project, Alexandria, VA

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Dance Instructors for Studio Classes and After School Programs

Local Motion Project, located in Alexandria, VA, is looking to build
our teaching staff for studio classes and after school clubs for the
2016-17 school year.

Our Dance Education Philosophy:
At Local Motion Project, our goal is to give every child a fun and
supportive place to move, dance, and explore. The curriculum is
designed to stimulate both a child’s mental and physical development.
Encouraging individual creativity, teaching proper alignment and
technique, and placing importance on collaboration are all important
building blocks to our well thought-out and fun movement program.

Our approach to dance technique stems from the belief that everyone
can dance, and that creating in every class is a major component to
developing the “whole dancer”. We offer a supportive and professional
environment that encourages the recreational and aspiring professional

Applicants must have experience performing and teaching one or more of
the following dance styles – modern, ballet, hip-hop, and jazz. Strong
classroom management skills are a must. Applicants should have the
ability to include fun and creativity in classes while teaching
technique and etiquette.

Submit cover letter and resume to

Dance Integration Teaching Artist, Local Motion Project, Alexandria, VA

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Dance Integration Teaching Artist

Local Motion Project, located in Alexandria, VA is looking for dance
instructors to join our dance integration team. Teaching Artist will
plan and implement 30-minute dance lessons based on social studies,
science, and additional subjects for elementary students. Training
will be provided.

Applicants should have at least one year experience teaching dance and
excellent classroom management skills. Additional experience working
with elementary age children is preferred.

Submit cover letter and resume to

Director of Education, Louisville Ballet, Louisville, KY

Director of Education
Position: Director of Education
Department: Education
Reports to: Louisville Ballet Artistic & Executive Director
Status: Salaried, Exempt
The Director of Education is responsible for overseeing the operations of The Louisville Ballet School and Louisville Ballet Outreach Programs ensuring excellence and relevance in the organization’s dance education efforts. Working closely with the Artistic & Executive Director, Board of Trustees and Louisville Ballet Leadership Team, the Director of Education will shape the business of the education programs, create sustainability and drive strategic goals.
• With the Artistic & Executive Director, implement the Strategic Plan for The Louisville Ballet School to create a world-class dance training institution that delivers vocational, recreational and early education programming, in alignment with the Strategic Plan for Louisville Ballet.
• As a member of the Louisville Ballet Leadership Team, ensure that dance education and outreach are represented in all operations and activities of Louisville Ballet.
• Establish and/or maintain relationships with Louisville, Kentucky, and national education institutions for the benefit of The Louisville Ballet School.
• Work closely with Louisville Ballet’s Director of Development to establish a committed and generous philanthropic support base for The Louisville Ballet School through a comprehensive development plan.
• Work with the Registrar to manage and track all budgets relating to The Louisville Ballet School and Outreach Programs.
• Work with the School Administrator to oversee all school calendars and schedules to maximize operations and synchronize with Louisville Ballet calendars.
• Manage all marketing activities for The Louisville Ballet School to promote the school and to communicate with stakeholders effectively and efficiently.
• Work with Program Managers, individually and as a group, to ensure best practice teaching and the highest standard of care and security for students.
• With the Artistic & Executive Director, report to the Education Committee of the Louisville Ballet Board to ensure adequate and appropriate governance, and work to mobilize the resources of this committee for the long-term benefit of The Louisville Ballet School.
Must possess impeccable communication skills, be highly detail oriented, self-motivated and a strategic thinker. This position requires significant team building and maintenance skills and abilities across a wide variety of jobs. This position requires significant attention to the needs of families as related to the well-being of their children in a challenging physical activity. This position requires a high-degree of responsibility and productivity, successfully juggling multiple projects in a fast-paced environment. The Director of Education is expected to work occasional late and weekend hours.
The Director of Education must possess:
• Minimum Bachelors Degree in Dance Education, Education and/or Education Administration.
• Minimum 5 years experience in leadership of a dance education institution.
• Familiarity and/or existing relationship with RDA/SERBA would be a plus.
• Education/experience in counseling and family communications would be a plus.
Range of benefits includes:
Medical, dental, vision, life, accident, critical illness insurance, 403(b) or HSA plan, PTO
Applicants to this position should email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to:
No phone calls, please.
Louisville Ballet and The Louisville Ballet School are committed to recruiting and fostering a diverse community of staff, dancers, students and trainees. Individuals from traditionally under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE


Internships at Jacob’s Pillow

  • Gain hands-on experience at an international arts organization
  • Work side-by-side with professional staff
  • Design the focus and length of your internship
  • Work in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of Massachusetts

Internships available in:

  • Archives/Preservation
  • Artist Services/Operations
  • Business
  • Development
  • Education
  • General Management
  • Graphic Design
  • Marketing
  • Press

For information, application forms, and application instructions please visit

Questions? Contact us:
The Intern Program is part of The School at Jacob’s Pillow.

MamLuft&Co. Dance Position: Summer Intern

MamLuft&Co. Dance
Position: Summer Intern
Intern Supervisor: Education and Outreach Director
Hours: Part-time
Compensation: This is an unpaid position.
Summer Internship Overview: MamLuft&Co. Dance seeks an intern for Summer 2017 who is eager?to learn about and participate in various aspects of non-profit arts administration, education, and outreach.?Intern supervisor is willing to negotiate assigned projects and duties?to cater to the intern’s interests and career goals. However, intern may be required to assist with following:
Preparation for Summer Dance Camp for Kids which may include planning the camp themes and pre- paring crafts for each week
Both weeks of Summer Dance Camp for Kids (July 10-14 at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center and July 17-21 at the Carnegie Center of Co- lumbia Tusculum)?Camp Hours:?Sunday July 9: Mandatory load-in 9am – 1pm?Sunday July 16: Mandatory load-in 9am – 3pm?Mondays –Thursdays: 8am – 3pm Fridays: 8am – 7pm (Each Friday of camp there will be a performance for parents, and there will be a mandatory tear-down directly after the performance.)
To Apply:?Send resume, including any experience and training in dance, and cover letter (addressing above requirements), to Abby Carlozzo at No phone calls, please.?Full application details
Full Job Description Attached

National Dance Education Organization Internship Program

Please go to the website for full application details

Application Dates: The application process is highly competitive. Prospective interns are encouraged to submit their applications six months before the projected start date. Submission dates are January 15th for summer internships, April 15th for fall internships, and August 15th for winter internships.

For more information, call the office at 301-585-2880.

  • National Dance Education Organization
  • NDEO
  • 8609 2nd Avenue
  • Suite 203-B
  • Silver Spring, MD 20910
  • 301-585-2880 (ph)
  • 301-585-2888 (fax)

Ohio Dance Theatre

seeks Intern candidates for professional dance company. Candidates interested in learning about Arts Administration will get a broad overview of the company through work involving various special projects and events. Areas of concentration: Development and sponsorships, and Marketing, specifically PR and social media networking. Internship is June to August.  Beginning / End dates will be mutually agreed upon on an individual basis. A commitment of 15-20 hours a week for 10 – 12 weeks is required. All internships offer a small stipend. If interested please contact ODT at 440-774-6077.


An intern is needed to assist with several aspects involved with Ohio Dance.

Depending on intern’s interest, responsibilities could include:

  • Assisting with administrative, research, grant writing, mailings, development, and membership needs, arts advocacy
  • Event planning
  • Designing and writing content for quarterly newsletter, annual directory, festival brochures, festival program, press releases, articles in newspaper or magazines, signs.

Desired qualifications:

– Knowledge of Microsoft word and Excel, photoshop, InDesign

– Able to commit to 6-12 hours per week for a six month period is desired.

This is an unpaid position. There is no specific deadline to apply for this position, applications will be considered on a first-come basis.

The US Library of Congress

The US Library of Congress seeks applicants for its Junior Fellows Summer Program — a 10-week paid fellowship for undergraduate and graduate students. Deadline is January 27, 2017

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