Two Education Interns work with the Education staff to coordinate and implement intensive dance education programs for professionals, pre-professionals, and the public. Interns participate in the administrative, financial, and logistical functions of programming and interact with a distinguished faculty of international artists, accomplished program participants from all over the world, and community groups such as dance studios, K-12 classroom teachers, youth organizations, and groups with specific needs and interests. 

Administrative duties include scheduling; participant data collection; managing program information distributed to faculty and students; compiling and summarizing evaluations; and diligent office maintenance of records, correspondence, and filing. Public interaction duties include leading tours and orientation sessions, assisting incoming and outgoing students and community groups with program needs managing Community Dance Classes and Master Classes, and opening and closing campus studios each day.

Candidates must have a dance background; an interest in national dance education initiatives; be detail-oriented and efficient at multi-tasking and time management; possess excellent writing, interpersonal and problem-solving skills; and be able to work both independently and collaboratively. Two writing samples, maximum two pages in length each are required with the application.

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