Join Our Team
Teaching Artist Positions
If you are interested in arts administration and would like to explore opportunities for project work with Young Audiences, please send resume and cover letter to Julie McConchie at email@example.com.
Past intern projects have included research and data management, website and event assistance.
Final project/ field internships are available during the school year for Graduate Students in Education.
Apply to become a YAMA Artist
Young Audiences of Massachusetts reviews applications for teaching artists and assembly programs on a rolling basis. Applications must be received by December 31 to be considered for the upcoming school year.
- Applicants who apply both as a teaching artist and a performing artist should complete a separate application for each program offering.
- All artists must be available a minimum of two weekdays each week.
- Artist fees are competitive with industry rates.
To apply, applicants must submit:
1. 2019-20 Application Packet
2. Resume or CV
3. Background and program information used in the development of educational materials
The review panel appraises each application based on:
- Artistic quality
- Educational Content
- Supporting materials
- Personal interview/audition
- Applicant’s available time for professional development and site assignments
- Young Audiences’ need/interest in the artistic discipline or performance
Applicants who look like a strong match for our roster will be asked to provide us with an opportunity to preview their program for a student audience.