The Administrative Apprenticeship Program is geared towards emerging Arts Educators. The apprentice will help coordinate all 7 summer camps – from pre-camp prep work to post-program wrap up. You’ll work hard, meet amazing young women, observe programs, and spend time around a lot of Shakespeare.
The summer begins with a training meeting in June, date and time TBA. After this, Apprentices will work a total of 16 days between June 18 – August 10. Some days will be assigned, but most can be scheduled around other commitments.
Camps are held in one of two locations:
- City Lit Theater in Edgewater - 1020 W. Bryn Mawr Ave, Chicago, IL 60660
- Austin Gardens Park - 167 Forest Avenue, Oak Park, IL 60305
Both camps are easily accessible via the CTA. Administrative work will be done around each location.
The Apprentice is expected to be punctual, follow directions, meet deadlines, and be a role model for our students.
The Apprentice is expected to use their own laptop.
Apprentices can expect a supportive environment, amazing students and teachers, and lots of Shakespeare.
Apprentices receive a small weekly stipend
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
In your cover letter, please outline why you are excited about The Viola Project, 3 things you hope to gain from a TVP administrative apprenticeship, and the contact information for 3 references.
Deadline extended to May 3rd at 5pm.
The Viola Project welcomes all youth ages 10-16 who culturally identify as girls and women. Our students are welcomed regardless of their race, class, ethnicity, sexual orientation or ability. We strive to ensure our teaching staff reflects our student body.