TeenTix is Currently Hiring for Several Positions!
TeenTix is an equal opportunity employer. We are an anti-racist organization that actively works to identify, name, and correct institutionalized racism within our own organization, and to dismantle systems of oppression that have traditionally kept people of color out of leadership positions. Young people, people that identify as queer and/or non-binary, and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
TEEN PROGRAMS SPECIALIST
Direct Supervisor: Teen Programs Director
Direct Reports: n/a
Part time, “non-exempt” hourly - 20 hours/week, $21/hour, $50/month transportation stipend
This position will require in-person hours to prepare for and host teen meetings, but can also support work-from-home for program administrative work. Some evenings and weekends per needs of programming schedule.
OVERVIEW OF POSITION:
We are looking for a talented, passionate, thoughtful, and detail-oriented individual to join Team TeenTix as our Teen Programs Specialist. This position will drive the implementation and facilitation of our youth development programs, focusing primarily on The New Guard Teen Arts Leadership Society, the Teen Arts Podcast (TAP), and Mentorship for Teen Artists of Color (M-TAC), under the direction and guidance of the Teen Programs Director.
We are seeking someone who is passionate about engaging directly with teens, actively supporting their learning and skill building while also giving them space to challenge and explore new ideas. The Teen Programs Specialist will collaborate with all members of our staff, primarily our Teen Programs Director, Executive Director, and Programs Coordinator intern.
Please send a resumé and cover letter to [email protected]. Cover letters may be in written or video format.
We will begin reviewing applications on December 1, 2021. We will continue to review applications on a rolling basis after that date. Zoom interviews will be conducted on an ongoing basis with TeenTix’s Teen Programs Director, Executive Director, and teens.
We hope to fill this position by January 2022.
TEEN PROGRAM COORDINATOR – TeenTix Internship
Supervisor: Teen Programs Director
6 months, January - June 2022, 10-15 hours/week
$200 Transportation Stipend available per month.
Partial work-from-home, and in-person work. Majority of work will be during weekday business hours 10am - 6pm M-F, some evening and weekends per needs of events
Internet and computer needed to complete internship, TeenTix is able to provide a computer if necessary
Overview of Position:
TeenTix is looking for an intern to support us in keeping our programs successful and running efficiently for all staff and teens. The Programs Coordinator will be involved in aspects of the Press Corps, New Guard, and Pass Program activities during the internship time period. Additionally, they will support TeenTix staff through a variety of roles such as data and stipend tracking, ordering of supplies, and maintaining operational check-out systems such as teen laptops. This position will have the opportunity to work directly with teens in our programs as a mentor and facilitator of teen meetings and projects. If interested, this intern will have the opportunity to learn about other aspects of the organization as time allows and per your interests.
Email your resume and a cover letter to [email protected], speaking about your interest in working with teens and your thoughts about how artists, art, and arts advocacy can make a difference in our community. Cover letters may be in written or video format.
We will begin reviewing applications on December 1, 2021. We will continue to review applications on a rolling basis after that date. Zoom interviews will be conducted on an ongoing basis with TeenTix’s Teen Programs Director.
OUR COMMITMENT TO ANTI-RACISM: TeenTix is an anti-racist organization that is actively working to identify, name, and correct institutionalized racism and constructs of white supremacy within our own organization, and to help our partnered arts and culture organizations do the same. Our programs work to uplift marginalized voices in arts leadership and arts journalism, and to increase access to art. You can read our full statement on our website here: teentix.org/about.