Current Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

Propel Schools are hiring for a number of different teaching, paraprofessional, and support positions at several locations. Openings include a music teacher, movement artist in residence, afterschool artist, and other full- and part-time positions.

The Andy Warhol Museum seeks an artist educator who will develop and perform a wide variety of high-quality gallery- and studio-based educational and interpretive programs. This position requires undergraduate degree or equivalent experience in fine arts, media, art history, education, museum studies, or related field and 1-2 years of teaching experience necessary either in school studio and/or community settings. For this and other opportunities, see the Carnegie Museums’ Opportunities page.

 


Professional Learning Opportunities and Conferences

Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area and the National Park Service are co-hosting Facilitating Dialogue on Difficult Histories, a four-part workshop for educators, docents, historians, and artists who work in a field that interprets the past. The series will begin on January 10 with a free webinar, followed by in-person workshops from February 4-6. Registration for the full series is $45 and includes meals.

Pre-registration and hotel information is now available for the NAfME/PMEA Eastern Division Conference. The conference will take place at the Westin Convention Center from April 4-7 in Pittsburgh, and the theme will be Innovation, Access, and Insights.

 


Student Opportunities

The 2019 NAfME/PMEA Eastern Division Conference will feature a Young Composer Concert, followed by a Young Composer Forum. Teachers and students in NAfME Eastern Division states are invited to submit original compositions by students for possible inclusion in the concert. Students in elementary school, secondary school, college, and full-time graduate students are eligible to submit compositions. Submissions are due by January 15, 2019.

 


Miscellaneous Opportunities

Remake Learning Network has released Learners First: How Educators Hone Their CraftThis document tracks educators’ professional learning in the region and describes the many ways educators further their own learning.

Looking for More Arts in Education Resources? Check Out the Arts Education Partnership’s Publications Page!

 

Have an arts education opportunity you’d like to see posted here? Email Colin Williams at williamsc@artsedcollaborative.org to see if your conference, exhibit, grant opportunity, or event would be a good fit!

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