$100/week + monthly unliumited Metrocard
Hours per week
20 hours per week
250 W.40th St.
The Drama Book Shop
The Story Pirates offer valuable training for emerging arts managers and arts educationprofessionals through its fellowship program. The program has two goals: to generate a new class of powerful arts education advocates, and to produce resourceful, dedicated, and reliable fellows who can navigate any arts environment, having had a wealth of hands-on experience in a vibrant, nationwide arts educationorganization.
We are currently seeking fellows for the Artistic, Education, and Arts Administration Departments for the 2018-19 season.
Fellowships run from October through June, with a training period for the month of September. Fellows are expected to devote 20 hours per week, with 3 days spent in the Story Pirates office and at Story Pirates programs.
Arts Administration Fellowship
Arts Administration Fellows receive mentorship, training, direct experience booking and managing arts education programs, one-on-one meetings with company leaders, site visits to schools and venues, and access to special events. These fellows are given the responsibility of managing educationalprograms and public bookings from start to finish, working directly with entertainment venues, parents, teachers, and school administrators in a diverse range of communities in and around New York City. Fellows work closely with Story Pirates producers on existing programs and, by the spring, have the opportunity to produce programs on their own.
Artistic Fellows work primarily with the Artistic Department, taking on creative, managerial, and administrative roles in the development of both media projects and live theatrical shows. Artistic Fellows also receive mentorship, training, direct experience managing arts education programs, one-on-one meetings with company leaders, site visits to schools and venues, and access to special events. While Fellows do not perform with the cast during the course of the fellowship, they work closely with directors and writers in the company and, by the end of the season, begin to take on leadership roles on artistic projects.
Education Fellows receive mentorship, training, direct experience booking and managing arts education programs, one-on-one meetings with company leaders, site visits to schools and venues, and access to special events. In addition, Education Fellows will assist in managing a large pool of teaching artists, including helping with the logistics of training, staffing, and maintaining program materials. There will also be opportunities to learn more about professional development and curriculum design, or to work alongside teaching artists in the classroom, depending upon interest and experience.
Application and More Information
Please find the full description, requirements, and online application on our website:
We will only consider applications that come through the Story Pirates website.
How To Apply
Please only apply via the website listed here.