Uptown Stories, a federally approved non-profit creative writing program in Washington Heights, is hiring rock-star writing teachers to develop and lead weeklong workshops this summer. We are looking for teachers who write terrific curriculum, who are dynamic and engaging in the classroom, who are self-reliant and responsible, who can differentiate instruction for different ages and different abilities, who enjoy teaching middle-school aged kids (8-14), and who, most of all, feel passionate about the craft and the art of writing.
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City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco is looking to hire a bookseller. Shifts include evenings until midnight and weekends. A love of books is a must, and previous bookstore experience is preferred. Responsibilities include the cash register, customer service, shelving, and receiving books. We’re seeking someone with a good work ethic, an attention to detail, excellent customer service skills and curiosity. The position will start at the beginning of April.
Our award-winning writing firm seeks an outstanding, versatile writer with proven abilities to lead project teams and dazzle clients. You’ll find this position rewarding and enjoyable if…
POSITION: Writing Center Director
STARTING DATE: May, 2018
PEN/Faulkner brings literature to life for diverse communities by investing resources in fostering readers and writers at every age and level of expertise.
This internship will focus on our Writers in Schools outreach program, which brings contemporary literature into DC public and public charter schools. We provide free books for students and coordinate class visits with the authors, so that students have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with literature and writing in relevant, meaningful ways.
Internship responsibilities include:
The Executive/Artistic Director is the head officer of San Antonio's independent literary arts center. Duties include assisting the Development Director with fundraising and grantwriting, meeting with the board, oversees artistic design and management of the organization, and supervising other staff members and interns.
The Black Earth Institute is an organization of artists and scholar advisers linking art to spirit, earth and society. We are in our 15th year and have had 30 artist fellows up to now and are looking for 6 new fellows of the July 2018-2021 term. Being a fellow with BEI is an opportunity to be in and supported by a community of shared beliefs and goals. Fellows edit our About Place Journal, have projects supported by grants, attend our annual retreat and are promoted through social media and mutual efforts in sponsoring each other speaking and touring.