The Harlem School of the Arts, Inc. is a not for profit, community-based arts school that provides quality arts instruction in four disciplines (music, dance, theatre, and art & design), to young people ages 2 – 18 and adults, in the historic Hamilton Heights section of West Harlem. HSA is an equal opportunity employer.
Manager of Individual Giving
The Harlem School of the Arts seeks a dynamic and highly motivated Manager of Individual Giving to support the fundraising goals and mission of this nationally recognized arts institution and expand its base of individual donors.
Harlem School of the Arts Employment Opportunity – Grants Writer
Harlem School of the Arts seeks an experienced grants writer with a proven track record of success to contribute to the fundraising goals of this award-winning, historically important arts institution. The successful candidate will be have exceptional writing skills and will be able to juggle multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment. He or she must be a self-starter who thrives in a creative environment and has a passion for youth, the arts, and community engagement.
The Harlem School of the Arts offers a summer of fun in the arts for children ages 4-12.
ARTScape Summer Day Camp is an arts experience like no other. Campers enjoy a variety of classes in 4 different art forms: music, dance, theatre,and visual arts.
Over the years, ARTScape has provided a camp experience to over 200 children during the summer months.
We are looking for talented interns who are interested in investing their time in the rewarding world of the non-profit sector. Unpaid internship opportunities are available in arts administration, marketing and communications, fundraising, and performing arts programming. It’s a great and worthwhile investment in your professional future.
Please send an email and cover letter for consideration to email@example.com .
HSA has an immediate need for volunteers to help with:
- Events at the school – ushers, coat checking, bartenders, servers, hall monitors and crowd control helpers
- Community outreach – street fairs and concerts
- General administrative office work (e.g., receptionist, filing, collating, taking attendance for classes, database entry and updating, photocopying, etc.).
Please send an email indicating your availability to volunteer to firstname.lastname@example.org .