Creative Youth Development Manager (Part Time) – Oct 22

Posted by Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance on October 12, 2021

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance was founded in 1972 and is one of the nation’s best-known and most effective arts service organizations. We operate in five counties surrounding Philadelphia and also serve southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware as part of our metropolitan region.  We have over 450 nonprofit and for-profit members, but the Alliance serves the entire cultural sector – over 1,500 performing arts, visual arts, history, science, horticulture, arts education, community art centers, and other cultural organizations.

What We Do

Creative Youth Development (CYD) describes the integration of the arts, humanities, and sciences into youth development principles. At the Cultural Alliance, the footprint of CYD has grown considerably in the last four years. Today, CYD encompasses a portfolio of programs and activities geared towards engaging young people to cultivate a diverse pipeline of workforce, advocates, and audiences for arts and culture.

Position Summary

The Creative Youth Development Manager is a year-round part-time position that supports the planning of the Alliance’s CYD programming and manages day-to-day implementation. Working on a team including the Senior Programs Manager and Director of Community Partnerships, as well as with a seasonal team of administrators and college-aged mentors, the CYD manager supports curriculum development, recruitment, event planning, and program implementation.

This is a part-time position, averaging 25 hours per week, with closer to 40 hours per week during the summer internship (June through August).

Learn more and apply.

Application deadline: October 22, 2021

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