Jobs, Auditions, & Internships

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Job Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyApplication Deadline
Executive DirectorCashion Cultural LegacySan Jose, CAThe Cashion Cultural Legacy Board of Directors seeks a dynamic and experienced leader to serve as full-time Executive Director to advance the mission and vision of its nonprofit arts organization. Cashion Cultural Legacy is home to Los Lupeños de San José, one of the first organized Mexican Folklórico Dance Organizations in the United States. Sister programming include a Dance Academy, a Youth Ensemble, and two dance-related projects. The Executive Director serves as the chief operating officer of the Cashion Cultural Legacy, working closely with and reporting to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director directs and administers all programs, operations and policies in addition to supervising a staff of approximately 10.Apply Here: 31, 2023
Assistant Professor of Dance Tenure TrackSouthern Methodist University TXThe mission of the Meadows School, Division of Dance is to offer professional dance training within the context of a comprehensive liberal arts education. The BFA in Dance Performance is designed to develop the disciplined, versatile dance artist through a balanced study of ballet, modern and jazz techniques, complemented and reinforced by a broad range of theoretical studies and performance opportunities. The Division of Dance seeks an Assistant Professor who will teach and conduct scholarly research in modern dance and ballet historical contexts, teach analysis and criticism of multiple dance aesthetics, and who will publish scholarly research at the national and international level. Professional experience in teaching ballet and/or modern dance technique, and the ability to teach all levels of dance composition are seen as valuable contributing attributes. This faculty member will also mentor student projects, serve on division, school, and university committees and advise dance majors on graduation requirements. At Meadows Dance we strive to maintain a balance between tradition and progression within our triple-track offerings of Balanchine ballet technique, Martha Graham modern technique, and rooted jazz dance with additional contemporary perspectives on dance through our guest artist residencies. The Division of Dance envisions this new faculty member becoming an active and collaborative voice in SMU’s newly formed Urban Research Faculty Cluster with a focus on interdisciplinary research initiatives and collaborations university-wide, with multiple faculty situated in the Meadows School of the Arts. As such, the new faculty member will teach history and/or critical analysis courses in the Division of Dance and conduct research in their area of expertise that addresses power dynamics within societies that produce inequities, inequalities, and injustices in both the danced history, dancing present, and dancing body as it relates to sociopolitical, socio-communal, and sociocultural contexts; to then carry forward and contribute to local and global conversations within the newly formed Urban Research Cluster. As one of eight tenure-line positions associated with Southern Methodist University’s faculty cluster in urban research, this position offers opportunities for rich interdisciplinary connections among new and existing SMU faculty. The cluster fosters research on cities and urbanization from local and global perspectives. SMU’s location in Dallas, the fourth largest metropolitan area in the country, is an ideal setting for studying the opportunities and inequities that individuals, groups, and communities confront as they navigate and shape urban life. This position is a tenure-track appointment, contingent on outstanding and consistent research or creative activity in the primary area of expertise and focus, and excellent teaching. Performance in these areas is reviewed by the Division in the third year. If the appointment is successfully renewed at that point, there is a university tenure and promotion review in the sixth year. SMU is an inclusive and intellectually vibrant community of teachers and scholars that values diverse research and creative agendas. We offer the rare confluence of a comprehensive global research institution and a close-knit intellectual enterprise in the liberal arts tradition. SMU offers excellent benefits including full same-sex domestic partner benefits. Explore SMU at Our beautifully shaded campus of Georgian-Revival-inspired architecture is situated in the heart of Dallas. The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, a culturally rich arts and global business center, is home to many universities, arts organizations and Fortune 500 corporations. Visit Qualifications Minimum qualifications: An M.A., M.F.A., Ph.D., or equivalent degree in Dance, along with previous experience teaching dance history, analysis and criticism, and/or dance composition to undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds, and recent work experience and creative/research output in some facet(s) of dance history, dance criticism, and dance performance.Upload a letter of application highlighting your qualifications, creative or research work, and teaching philosophy; a complete and up-to-date curriculum vitae; and the names and contact information of three references to: Review of applications will begin January 1st, 2024. To ensure full consideration for the position, the application must be received by January 18th, 2024, but the committee will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. The committee will notify runner-up applicants of the employment decision only after the position is filled. Hiring is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a background check.January 1, 2024
Production ManagerGrand Rapids BalletGrand Rapids, MIBuild and maintain an effective technical team to keep production standards high. Manage schedules, transportation, storage, rental and labor needs for productions at home and on tour. Responsible for generating and maintaining, along with the Artistic Director, production budgets. Stage manage for festivals and smaller touring productions.Email James Sofranko, Artistic Director: jsofranko@nullgrballet.comDecember 31, 2023
Development ManagerGrand Rapids BalletGrand Rapids, MIEngage patrons to achieve their philanthropic goals through support of Grand Rapids Ballet. Achieve this through a variety of fundraising strategies such as personal solicitation, direct mail, grant and proposal writing and special events that ultimately meet or exceed revenue goals for philanthropy.Email resume and cover letter to Glenn Del Vecchio, Executive Director: glennd@nullgrballet.comDecember 31, 2023
Stage Manager Needed for National TourFlamenco Vivo - Carlota SantanaNew York, NYFlamenco Vivo Carlota Santana is looking for a Stage Manager for its March/April 2024 national flamenco dance tour. Rehearsals will take place in Durham, NC starting March 30th, 2024. Light show prep will begin in early March 2024. Flamenco Vivo’s national touring company consists of 12 people, including dancers, musicians, a lighting designer, a road manager and a stage manager. The Stage Manager is an independent contractor of Flamenco Vivo, reporting to the Founder and Artistic Director of Flamenco Vivo.Email resumes to: Leyda@nullflamenco-vivo.orgJanuary 30, 2024
Assistant Manager Development OperationsDance Theatre of HarlemNew York, NY 10031Dance Theatre of Harlem is seeking an Assistant Manager, Development Operations to provide administrative support to the Senior Development Director and the Development Department. The position serves as a first point of contact for the department and provides support for Development events, meetings, and other projects related to the engagement of current and prospective donors. In addition to communicating with donors, the Assistant Manager, Development Operations helps conduct prospect research to identify new individual and institutional donors and coordinates assigned aspects of the direct mail program.Please submit a resume, brief cover letter, and three professional references. Materials can be sent to Mark on subject line: Assistant Manager, Development Operations.December 6, 2023
Artistic DirectorCanada's National Ballet SchoolToronto, OntarioCanada’s National Ballet School (NBS) has had just two Artistic Directors over its 64-year history – a remarkable leadership tenure that has enabled the School to realize the long-term aspirations of its visionary artistic leaders. Today, the organization is acclaimed internationally for being trailblazing, caring, and inclusive – an academy whose ambitious standards for holistic training have readied dancers for careers in professional companies around the world. Proud of its record of breakthrough pedagogy, programming, and partnerships, NBS is also a community-engaged organization that empowers Canadians of all ages, abilities, and aspirations to embrace the joy and benefits of dance. The next Artistic Director will build the vision for the School’s continued evolution. Fuelled by a deep commitment to advancing the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion within NBS and across the dance community nationally and internationally, the Artistic Director will ensure the rigour of classical ballet and joyously embrace explorations of all forms of dance. The Artistic Director will work collaboratively and in close partnership with the Executive Director to sustain the School’s caring, inclusive culture and to advance its innovative spirit. This visionary leader will be an impassioned ballet teacher with a deep understanding of ballet pedagogy – ideally a former professional dancer with artistic credibility within the dance community, and preferably with experience directing a dance school. A team leader and relationship builder who combines dedication to excellence in dance and dance training with compassion, ability, and understanding, the Artistic Director will inspire students and the entire NBS community. This is an opportunity to lead a high-performing, talented team and to train and educate generations of dancers who will touch and astonish the world. NBS is committed to building a remarkable and talented workforce that is reflective of the diversity in the city of Toronto, and strongly encourages applications from all qualified individuals, especially welcoming those with diverse intersectional identities who can provide different perspectives and contribute to the further diversification of ideas. NBS is committed to inclusive and accessible employment practices; should you require accommodation at any stage of the recruitment process, please make your needs/requirements known. A complete position profile can be found here: Please indicate your interest in Project 230931 with a cover letter, resume, and diversity statement at Please indicate your interest in Project 230931 with a cover letter, resume, and diversity statement at January 2024
Professional Dance Teacher – Modern Dance Styles (New Studio Opening)Everyou Dance SpaceNew YorkIn line with our new studio launch, we are on the lookout for highly skilled and enthusiastic dance instructors with a robust background in modern dance and proficiency in teaching various dance styles. If your expertise includes contemporary, hip-hop, jazz, lyrical, or any other form of modern dance, we welcome you to contribute your talents to our diverse curriculum and enrich our student experience.Please send your application to this email ibreslavets@nulleveryoudance.comDecember 25, 2023
Major Gifts OfficerThe Washington BalletWashington, DCThe Major Gifts Officer is a key member of The Washington Ballet's Development team, significantly contributing to our annual fundraising goals. This role demands strategic interactions with donors, deep knowledge of our artistic, educational, and community programs, and the ability to effectively communicate and advocate for these initiatives. The officer works in a collaborative team setting, essential for driving our organization's mission forward.Submit your resume, cover letter and a list of your references to . January 1, 2024
Institutional Giving ManagerThe Washington BalletWashington, DCThe Institutional Giving Manager at The Washington Ballet oversees the cultivation and stewardship of donations from high-net-worth individuals, foundations, and corporations, playing a crucial role in driving the organization's mission. This position handles all facets of grant acquisition and management, from research and proposal drafting to reporting and compliance.Submit your resume, cover letter and a list of your references to . January 1, 2024
Head CarpenterRoyal Winnipeg BalletWinnipeg, MBThe Royal Winnipeg Ballet is seeking a full-time Head Carpenter to join our team. This exciting opportunity is well-suited for those who have vast experience in theatre production, carpentry, and are seeking an opportunity to showcase their leadership skills. Ideal candidates will enjoy leading projects, thinking outside the box, and are knowledgeable in safe stage practices. Driven team players with effective time management, a detail-oriented mind, and are flexible with shifting priorities are encouraged to apply."APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
If you are qualified for this position, visit for application instructions. Candidates must submit a cover letter that showcases your personality and fit for the role, and resume. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is committed to providing accessible employment while ensuring our recruitment process is barrier free. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates participating in all aspects of the assessment and selection process. Requests for accommodation can be sent to

Closing Date: Open until filled.

Open Until Filled
Campus Engagement CoordinatorNorthrop, University of MinnesotaMinneapolis, MNAs a member of Northrop’s Artistic & Community Programs team, the Campus Engagement Coordinator connects Northrop’s activities and venues with students, faculty, and staff on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus. This position participates in planning and implementation of the Northrop Presents season and is the primary liaison with campus constituencies for performances, residencies, and engagement activities. The Campus Engagement Coordinator tracks and evaluates Northrop’s campus impact, and provides administrative support to Northrop’s Artistic & Community Programs team and Northrop’s IDEAS (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility) work. This position reports to Northrop’s Engagement Manager. Salary range is $45,427-$47,000, depending on experience.Please submit a cover letter and resume. To apply, visit submitted by Dec 8 will be given priority consideration.
Assistant Professor of Dance HistoryUniversity of Oklahoma School of DanceNorman, OKThe University of Oklahoma School of Dance is inviting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Dance History, to start in August 2024. Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications Responsibilities -Teaching upper division undergraduate and graduate dance history courses - Maintain and develop an active research agenda - Closely mentor MFA graduate students - Fulfill administrative duties typical to a tenure track position Qualifications -PhD or MFA in Dance or related fields -Minimum three years’ experience in teaching at the college level -Actively engaging in emerging scholarly/creative research in dance -Interest in curriculum and course development"Application
Review will start December 1st and continue until the position is filled.

Applications should include the following:
-Cover Letter, which may address your previous experience with and commitment to inclusive excellence and evidence-based pedagogies.
-Complete Vita
-Statement of research
-Links to examples of scholarly/creative work (if applicable)
-Contact information of three references

Please contact Dustin Trotter: or (405) 325-4051 with any questions.
December 1, 2023
Assistant Professor or Associate Professor of DanceKennesaw State UniversityGA"We seek an outstanding dance artist/scholar with a record of accomplishment, an established professional reputation, and a clear trajectory for future excellence in teaching, scholarship and/or creative activity. • Teaching undergraduate courses in dance technique, choreography, and/or other topics and approaches that align with the candidate's area of specialization. • A teaching load is three courses per semester. • Depending on the candidate's area of expertise, they will choreograph, or stage performance works on undergraduate dance majors. • The candidate is expected to develop and maintain a peer-reviewed body of creative and/or scholarly activity. • Department/College/University/professional service is expected. • Additional departmental responsibilities include student success initiatives, recruitment, program development, and participation in department and university activities that serve programmatic goals and the mission of the university."For a full description of this position, application deadlines, and application procedures, visit Search for Job ID 264369.January 15, 2024
Executive DirectorJoe Goode Performance GroupSan Francisco, CAJGPG is seeking an Executive Director (ED) who will lead our organization through a dynamic period of growth over the next 3-5 years. Our plans call for: *Creating captivating new performances by Joe Goode Performance Group and expanding our collaborations with talented Bay Area choreographers and artists *Showcasing the talents of a diverse array of both emerging and established artists at The Joe Goode Annex *Continuing to empower communities through the power of dance and movement with transformative community workshops and ongoing educational programs. *Nurturing young performers' creativity with our Inspired Bodies youth education programming in public schools. This is a full-time, exempt position @ $70,000-$85,000 annual salary (depending on experience) "Hybrid weekday schedule, with some weekends, evenings, and in-person activities." Benefits include: *100% health insurance premiums coverage (medical, dental, and vision) *403(b) retirement (with employer match) *Up to 72 hours of paid sick leave (accrued) *13 paid holidays and 15 paid vacation days (annual)"To Apply:

Email us to introduce yourself – include in your email:
A simple resume (or list of relevant experiences, skills, systems you have worked with, etc.).
A cover letter highlighting your professional background, interest in the company/role, and career aspirations.
Note: Please include the job title “Executive Director” in the subject line.
Send to Joe Goode, Artistic Director, at

Note: Interviews with the JGPG team may be conducted over recorded Zoom or in person.
December 15th, 2023
Assistant Production ManagerJoyce TheaterNew York, NYThe Assistant Production Manager is one member of a three-person production management team that oversees on-stage operations at The Joyce Theater. In conjunction with the Director of Production and the Lighting Supervisor, the Assistant Production Manager is tasked with making sure that all stage needs of any production at The Joyce Theater are fully satisfied. This person works closely with the Director of Production in order to schedule all crew calls, makes decisions regarding the adaptation of a company’s production, and ensures The Joyce equipment is maintained in good working condition at all times. Supervision of the Joyce Theater stagehands (IATSE-Local One) is a large part of this position. This job involves a work schedule with long and inconsistent hours throughout the week. 31, 2023
Assistant Professor Contemporary DanceUniversity of North Carolina School of the ArtsWinston-Salem, NCThe University of North Carolina School of the Arts, School of Dance is accepting applications for a full-time, Assistant Professor position in Contemporary Dance. All applications received by December 1, 2023, will be given full consideration. Notification of intent to hire will be made by April 12, 2024. Teaching responsibilities will begin Fall semester of 2024. Major responsibilities would include teaching contemporary dance techniques to all levels of contemporary and ballet majors, teaching composition/improvisation, and creating and/or staging repertory to be presented by UNCSA students in concerts and workshops.To view the full job posting, please use this link: received by December 1, 2023 will be given full consideration. Notification of intent to hire will be made by April 12, 2024.
Dean of the College of Fine and Applied ArtsUniversity of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignChampaign, ILThe University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, one of the premier public research universities in the country, invites nominations and applications for the position of Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts (FAA). The University of Illinois is a world-class land-grant university committed to excellence in research, teaching, public engagement, and international programs. The university has a long tradition of shared governance and is committed to advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. We seek a visionary Dean dedicated to partnering with the College’s faculty, staff, and students to advance creative practice and scholarship.   This full-time, 12-month appointment has a negotiable start date with salary commensurate with experience."Application Procedures:


Inquiries, nominations, and applications are invited. The University strongly encourages nominations of, as well as applications from, women and individuals traditionally underrepresented in academia and leadership. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, applications should be received by January 17, 2024. Candidates should provide a CV/resume and a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described above along with a minimum of three professional references. All inquiries, nominations/referrals, and applications should be sent electronically to:


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December 7, 2023
Associate Director, Individual GivingKansas City BalletKansas City, MOKC Ballet (a $11M organization) is seeking a philanthropy professional to work with mid-level supporters of KC's only professional ballet company, The successful candidate works independently as well as part of a highly functional team. Please send cover letter, resume, and references to Please include Associate Director, Individual Giving in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Open until filled
Marketing ManagerThe Washington BalletWashington, DCAs part of the TWB staff, the Marketing Manager will actively participate in daily administrative operations and communications. Their primary duties involve email marketing, social media scheduling, content curation, maintaining brand quality, and addressing digital advertising needs as guided by the Chief Marketing Officer. Additionally, this role is crucial in managing TWB's database through list segmentation, tracking historical sales, and analyzing customer experiences.Submit your resume, cover letter and a list of your references to .December 30, 2023
Associate Dean for Community Engagement and Executive Director of UTSA Arts University of Texas at San AntonioSan Antonio, TXThe College of Liberal and Fine Arts (COLFA) at the University of Texas at San Antonio seeks to hire an Associate Dean for Community Engagement/Executive Director of UTSA Arts and Full Professor with tenure. We seek an established artist across a variety of fields of creative expression including creative writing, dance, performance art, theater, visual art or music with a substantive record of community-engaged artistic activity and ability to advocate for and uplift a broad array of creative expression. The ideal candidate will have a vision for inspiring creativity and leveraging community assets within a dynamic, multi-cultural arts ecosystem. Apply online at: 5, 2023
Executive DirectorGrand Rapids BalletGrand Rapids, MIThe Executive Director, serving as a co-leader with the Artistic Director and reporting to the Board of Directors, oversees the Ballet's administrative and financial aspects on a daily basis. This role involves steering the organization's branding, marketing strategies, external relationships, fundraising efforts, and advancing initiatives in each of these domains. The Executive Director is responsible for balancing artistic excellence with optimal business practices, employing a management style that emphasizes consensus-building, and demonstrating strong capabilities in strategic decision-making and forward-thinking. The Executive Director skillfully navigates the varied requirements of a broad range of stakeholders, including the Artistic Director, Board members, volunteers, community leaders, and administrative staff. In this role, the Executive Director tackles intricate challenges where numerous factors hold differing levels of significance to each stakeholder group."Visit to learn more about the role and to apply today. Submit a cover letter and resume to the email address by January 8, 2024
January 8, 2024
Associate Operations ManagerJoffrey Ballet SchoolNew York, NYJoffrey Ballet School is looking for an Associate Operations Manager to provide assistance to the Director in Operations. Previous background in Arts Administration is highly preferred. The Associate Operations Manager works directly with the Director of Operations to ensure the smooth operation of the Joffrey Ballet School’s two studios in New York City. They are also involved in the administrative and planning of the organization as well as the programs multiple summer intensives.To learn more and apply please refer to our careers page at 15, 2023
Assistant Professor - Dance Production SpecialistUniversity of Nevada, Las VegasLas Vegas, NVThe Department of Dance at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites applications for one tenure-track Assistant Professor Dance Production Specialist to begin Fall, 2024. Applicant should demonstrate collaborative, innovative, scholarly activity, and strong pedagogical skills within areas of dance production. Production areas of interest include technical direction, costuming, scenic design, sound design, video design, and stage management. The Dance Production Specialist is a teaching position that is a mentor and co-coordinator for the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance Production and Management. This specialist position has an active part in the creative production process and collaborates with a variety of faculty, guest artists, and students. The Dance Production Specialist should have well-rounded design experience in dance, theatre, film, etc. Additional design skills in production management, technical direction, costume design and construction, scenic building, prop building, painting, and motion graphics are a plus. A candidate with a significant level of dance production experience in the professional dance world is expected. The Dance Production Specialist must follow safety protocols and have expertise in computing (Vectorworks/CAD and QLab), operating lifts and ladders, and must keep up with technology and innovation in the field of design. 9, 2024
Assistant Professor, Dance The University of Akron Akron, Ohio"Job Description Summary Demonstrates quality of teaching, quality of research and scholarly activity, quality of professional, University, and community service, and professional conduct. Must have experience and credentials as outlined in academic unit guidelines for Assistant Professor. The tenured/tenure track teaching faculty generally have a full range of responsibilities, including teaching, research, scholarship and other creative professional work, and service to the unit, the university and the public. Required qualifications: • MFA or Ph.D. in dance • Professional performing experience in in non-Western Dance dance genres • Experience in teaching non-Western dance techniques and other related classes in a university or professional setting • Evidence of creative/scholarly/research activities at the local, regional, and/or national levels in the area of their expertise Application Instructions: Visit and please attach the necessary documents listed in the job description. Application Deadline: January 17, 2023. EEO/AA Employers/Veterans/Disabled"Visit and please attach the necessary documents listed in the job description. January 17, 2024
Grant WriterRegina Klenjoski Dance CompanyWichita, KS and Los Angeles, CAThe Grant Writer will be a highly motivated self-starter with 5+ years of work experience, preferably in grant writing for nonprofit dance organizations, and a bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, or a related field. This position is responsible for the full range of grant development activities for the organization, in particular, grant research, drafting proposals, and assembling materials and various attachments. RKDC has seen unprecedented growth in its budget, due in large part to the increase in submitted grant proposals since 2021. Once selected, RKDC Leadership and Grant Writer will put together a scope of work that includes monthly deliverables and projected hours. Anticipated hours range from 20-30 hours per month depending on the grant workload at hand. The ideal candidate is an exceptional writer who crafts compelling proposals in RKDC’s unique voice and is an active listener and engaging storyteller with an understanding of dance as an art form. The successful candidate is also a quick learner and problem solver, with extreme attention to detail with an ability to manage multiple tasks and work both independently and as a solid team player. Submit resumé, cover letter, and writing sample to anna@nullrkdc.orgJanuary 8, 2024
Operations ManagerDance LoftWashington, DCThe Operations Manager is an exciting opportunity for an energetic arts enthusiast to design, support and implement arts programming at Dance Loft on 14. The Manager will be a core team member with essential responsibilities in our facility-based programs and services, working under the direct supervision of the Executive Director and with input from the Artistic Director. The Manager will serve as the primary staff person responsible for payroll, bookkeeping, bill payment, benefit administration and budget tracking while supporting rental inquiries, contracts and payments as well as the development budget process. As a core team member, the Manager will often collaborate and assist with other core activities including DL productions, classes, educational programs, summer camp development and marketing. Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to holly@nulldanceloft14.orgJanuary 31, 2024

Audition Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyDeadlineAudition Date
Ballet DancersOregon Ballet TheatrePortland, OR 97239OBT is planning a full 2024/25 season and will be offering AGMA contracts and recruiting professional dancers at all levels. We are seeking highly trained dancers experienced in both classical and contemporary repertoire. Auditions are by invitation only.To be invited to audition in person on Jan. 6, applicants must first submit a headshot, resume with references, and a video that includes classwork as well as performances of both classical and contemporary repertoire to Materials must be submitted by December 24, 2023. Additional details information available at 24, 2023January 6, 2024

Fellowship Opportunities

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Global Arts Management FellowshipDeVos Institute of Arts ManagementWashington, D.C.he DeVos Institute invites applications for its Global Arts Management Fellowship – a three-year, cohort-based intensive for arts and cultural executives. The program is provided free of charge through a competitive application process. The fellowship serves entrepreneurial executives who are prepared to look critically at their work, challenge assumptions, and develop rigorous strategies to address the most pressing challenges facing their organizations, regions, or arts forms at large. The program supports leaders in management positions in developing, implementing, and refining organizational strategies over a three-year engagement.  Individuals typically engage in the Fellowship at point of inflection in their career, where an infusion of strategic training, mentorship, peer learning, and reflection is necessary to advance both their work in the organization and their role as a leader in their field. On average, Fellows bring 10-20 years of experience to reflect upon. Fellows attend a four-week residency in Washington, D.C. in July for three consecutive years and engage in mentoring and activities between residencies. The Institute invites applications for the 2024 - 2026 cohort. Interested candidates are asked to submit a brief LOI by November 14. Please appy at by November 14thNovember 14th, 2023

Internship Opportunities

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