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SEEKING DANCE ARTIST MENTORS 

Dancers with 3 to 5 years of professional experience that includes Hip Hop needed to teach Theatre Of Hearts/Youth First (TOHYF) Artist-In-Residence Program Classes for middle school and high school students! Each TOHYF residency is custom-designed and standards-based. Residencies typically consist of 2-hour workshops conducted sequentially once or twice per week for 13 to 15 weeks, culminating in a Work-In-Progress Presentation. Artists are paid a flat fee based on the number of hours allotted, depending on the program’s site and location. 

HOW TO APPLY:
E-Mail a current professional resume with an included link to or sample of your professional work and cover letter to admin@theatreofhearts.org NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE Bilingual and/or previous teaching experience a plus. All artists must provide their own transportation and a valid California Driver’s License. Artists will also be required to obtain and pass a background check and TB skin test at an agency designated by TOHYF. 

ORGANIZATION INFORMATION:
The mission of the TOHYF Artist-In-Residence Program is to prevent and intervene in youth violence by involving underserved, low-income youth and their families in extended, high-quality, standards-based, multidisciplinary fine arts educational workshops. TOHYF Works with at-risk youth ages 4 to 18 at schools, probation facilities, and community-based sites throughout Los Angeles County. Since 1992, our Youth First Artist-In-Residence Program has successfully provided over 102,000 youth with an environment that allows them the freedom of self-expression. By conducting workshops through TOHYF, professional artists will help underserved youth learn important skills extending beyond the arts. Please review our website to learn more.

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