|Organization Name||Job Categories||Position Type||Region and Location(s)||Career Level||Salary||Ad Online Since||Application Deadline|
|Unity Charity||Casual / On Call||Entry Level||N/A||2019-03-11||2019-04-15|
Job Posting: Unity Artist Educator
Calling all MCs, Breakers, Hip Hop Dancers, Beatboxers, Graffiti Writers and DJs!
Unity Charity is Canada's leading youth mental health organization that develops resiliency and promotes well being through Hip-Hop art forms. Operating since 2007, Unity has prioritized cultivating youth leaders and delivering programs in underserved and priority communities, successfully engaging more than 250,000 youth (ages 12-29) to date.
Unity's front line Artist Educators model ways in which Hip-Hop can help youth make better choices as leaders, mentor one another, express their stress through positive outlets, and develop skills for success through hard work, dedication, and a positive mindset.
Unity Charity is looking to add to our talented roster of Artist Educators. Artist Educators are key members of Unity Charity’s frontline team, working with youth in Elementary, Middle and High Schools, as well as Public and Non-Profit spaces in the GTA and across Canada. Artist Educators also have the opportunity to be booked for corporate and professional performances, and to participate in ongoing professional, creative, and community-focused trainings.
Acceptance to the artist roster does NOT guarantee a set volume of contractual work for each artist, per year. Although Unity strives to develop and assign opportunities equally, it is subject to a multiple factors including scheduling, funding, and workshop requirements throughout the year. Vulnerable sector screening (VSS) police check is required for all artist educators.
Training will involve a 3 day retreat from Wednesday August 14th to Friday August 16th, followed by 2 full day locally on Tuesday August 20th and Wednesday August 21st. Artists MUST be available for all dates. This will be followed by a 3 month probation period.