Teaching Artist - In School and After School Programming
We are seeking experienced, dynamic artists to join our Education department as teaching artists and assistant teaching artists (part-time) for our in-school and after-school programs. Hubbard Street offers unique and innovative residencies that allow schools to incorporate dance into their classrooms and curricula. Hubbard Street teaching artists are responsible for leading these residencies, integrating dance with other subjects while introducing students to improvisation and choreography. Hubbard Street teaching artists receive paid professional development and training. Classes are for students in Chicago and suburban schools in grades K–8. Teaching artist are independent contractors, assistant teaching artists earn $24/class, receiving paid mentorship and training while lead teaching artists earn $40-$55/class, dependent on program requirements and teaching experience. Teaching artists are paid for all meetings, documentation, and planning time. All applicants must have 2-3 days of availability weekly between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm (3 pm - 6 pm for after-school programs). In-School Teaching Artist applicants should have experience and interest in dance integration, after-school teaching artists should specify which dance techniques they are comfortable teaching at the beginner/intermediate level.