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, theater, and art & design), to young people ages 18 months and adults, in the historic Hamilton Heights section of West Harlem. HSA is an equal opportunity employer.
Director of Marketing & Communications
Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) seeks a Director of Marketing & Communications to manage all aspects of the institution’s marketing and communications initiatives. This role manages the institutional branding, vision and messaging integrated across all communication channels including print, digital media, web, social media, email applications, development communications, advertising, and public relations. The Director also ensures that the HSA brand is consistent in its visual identity and messaging. This is a full-time, exempt position which may require periodic weekend and evening work related to classes, performances, special programs, and events.
This role oversees Marketing and Communication strategy as well as analysis of Marketing and Communications metrics of the organization. It supports the activities related to earned income such as classes and workshops as well as activities related to contributed income such a development appeals and fundraising events.
Middle School Coding Instructor
Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) seeks an experienced coding instructor to teach a beginner-level coding class four times a week to local Harlem 6th grade through 8th grade students from our neighboring school. This class runs from September 6, 2022, through November 22, 2022.
This opportunity is part of HSA’s Community Outreach program, in which we partner with schools and community organizations to provide arts programming to students who may not otherwise have access.
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the mission, growth, and success of this award-winning, historically important arts institution. The successful candidate will value the rich cultural history and diversity of the community and be passionate about arts and media education.
Note that as of September 25, 2021, Harlem School of the Arts requires that all teaching artists be compliant with its COVID-19 vaccination policy, which requires that all on site staff be fully vaccinated.
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 .