US Performing Arts Camp – Job Opening

By | May 21, 2017

US Performing Arts is looking for dedicated hard working people with a performing arts and media college background who have an abundance of energy, imagination, creativity, and a desire to mentor/chaperone students between the ages of 14 and 18 during their US Performing Arts Camp experience. US Performing Arts is the leading pre-college summer training program in the arts and offers programs nation-wide. We are looking for responsible individuals to mentor/chaperone small intensive conservatory-style workshops in the following concentrations:
Acting, Writing, Directing for the Camera (WebTV) – July 2-14, 2017 Musical Theater – July 2-7, 2017; July 9-14, 2017 Vocal Performance – July 2-7, 2017

Visit our website at www.usperformingarts.com for more information about our camp/workshops. All applicants must be 21 years of age or older by June 30, 2017. Please email Alicia Sykes directly at – aliciaasmith91@gmail.com.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Mentor, counsel, supervise, accompany, live with and be a role model to focused, talented, and motivated young performing and media artists.

• Mentors must be unselfish, have a high energy level and reflect a maturity that places the needs of the students and fellow staff members above their own.

• Mentors are responsible for reinforcing, supporting, and following policies, values, rules, and regulations of both US Performing Arts and Georgetown University.

• Mentors chaperone students daily in the dorms, on the campus, on field trips and activities.

• Mentors accompany students to medical facilities.

• Mentors are on duty 24 hours, 7 days a week throughout their term of employment.

• Mentors are responsible for and oversee a group of 10 to 15 assigned students.

• Mentors assist students with their Camp homework consisting of memorizing and
rehearsing scenes and monologues, writing scenes, editing digital films, learning
choreography and songs, watching videos and other related homework.

• Mentors supervise all residence hall living and meal times and accompany students on
field trips.

• Mentors rotate working in the office, weekend student supervision, town errands checking in and out of the dorms, airport pickup an drop off, and overseeing students each night

Salaries plus room and board are at the high end of industry standard and commensurate with experience.

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