ADF Scripps Studios and Community Intern
To apply please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employment dates: Fall and Spring semesters (not required to commit to both terms)
Application deadlines: Fall-June 1, Spring-November 1
Hours: 3-6 hours per week
The Studios and Community intern will work closely with the Manager of Studio Programming and Community Engagement on various organizational and operational projects. Primary responsibilities will include maintaining and organizing program files, tracking attendance, data entry, and assisting with social media updates. Additional responsibilities include facility supervision and light cleaning. Ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, personable, and excited to be part of ADF’s Studios team.
Each summer, ADF offers internships in all areas of arts administration and production. Administrative internships provide hands-on experience for those interested in arts management. Production interns work on the crew for the summer performances
All interns work in an invigorating arts environment, as an integral part of the ADF staff. Each intern plays an important role in carrying out the ADF’s mission to serve dance, dancers, choreographers, and artists in related fields.
As a general rule, the ADF School does not accept unsolicited teaching inquiries. We take the selection of faculty seriously and are constantly examining the dance landscape for exemplary educators.
ADF’s Samuel H. Scripps Studios
If you are interested in teaching a weekly class or a special workshop at ADF’s Studios, please send your performance/teaching resume and proposed class description to email@example.com. We offer a variety of classes for all ages and levels. Typically, the weekly class schedule is set several months in advance, and special workshops are scheduled on an ongoing basis.
ADF prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Volunteer at ADF
Over the years, ADF volunteers have proven to be an invaluable part of our community. From answering phones, to distributing marketing material to making airport runs to hosting a faculty member, your help is immeasurable. We invite you to join us and support one of North Carolina’s cultural gems.
Benefits of being an ADF volunteer:
- Experience ADF as an insider.
- Meet dancers from around the world.
- Share your passion for modern dance.
- Office assistants and events volunteers receive festival tickets. Studios assistants receive free studio drop-in classes along with other perks.
To become an ADF volunteer:
Fill out this quick questionnaire: https://forms.gle/x2pcbo7HxrdN88dH8
If you are interested in being an usher at our performances, please contact Becca Gargiulo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-684-6402. Ushers must attend a brief training and scheduling session prior to the start of the festival.
Office Assistant (Year-Round)
Year-round, times flexible between 9am-6pm. 2-4 hour shifts.
Ideal volunteers will be personable, detail-oriented, and modern dance enthusiasts.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Answer and transfer incoming phone calls.
- Data entry.
- Sort and distribute incoming mail.
- Prepare large mailings.
- Check office supplies and report needs to office manager.
- Assist specific departments as needed.
- Operate office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voice mail systems and personal computers.
ADF Scripps Studios Assistant (Year-Round)
Once a week. 2-5 hour shifts.
Ideal volunteers will be personable, dependable, and modern dance enthusiasts.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Help set up and break down for informal showings.
- Run check-in for adult and youth classes.
- Perform simple office tasks.
- Clean lights.
- Water plants.
- Assist Studio Manager as needed.
For more information on specific time needed and to apply please see the form here.
Questions? Please Contact email@example.com
Events (Summer & Fall)
Assist ADF staff with special dinners, events, and parties. Volunteers may help with decorations, set-up and break down, sending invitations, food service, and more.
With ADF students and performers representing over 40 countries, we need volunteers fluent in multiple languages to translate at tech rehearsals, in press interviews, for the school office, and more.
Distribute promotional materials (season brochures, posters, postcards, etc.) to local merchants, libraries, bars, restaurants, public bulletin boards, and more.
Sell ADF merchandise at theaters before and during intermission of performances. All proceeds support ADF tuition scholarships.
Pick-up and drop-off faculty, international choreographers, performing artists, and VIPS at the airport and transport them to Duke’s East Campus.
Host an ADF Faculty Member (Summer)
Faculty hosts receive six complimentary festival tickets (three pairs)
ADF brings in over 50 faculty members each summer to teach in our world-renowned school. Please consider hosting (free of charge) a dedicated faculty member in the summer for 2 or 4 weeks in June and July.
Register to host a faculty member here.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org