Asian American Arts Alliance

Education Associate (Part-Time)

Job Description


About New York Theatre Workshop:

At New York Theatre Workshop, we work relentlessly to empower visionary theatre-makers and bring their work to adventurous audiences through productions, artist workshops and educational programs. We nurture pioneering new writers like Hammaad Chaudry and Nathan Alan Davis alongside powerhouse playwrights like Amy Herzog and Ayad Akhtar. We engage inimitable auteur-directors like Rachel Chavkin and Sam Gold and give invaluable support to tremendous talents like Lileana Blain-Cruz in the earliest days of their careers. We maintain decades-long relationships with legendary theatre-makers like Will Power, Ivo van Hove, Dael Orlandersmith and Caryl Churchill, whose work has shaped and continues to influence our very idea of what theatre can be.

Since our founding in 1979, we've produced over 150 fully-realized productions including Jonathan Larson's Rent; Tony Kushner's Homebody/Kabul; Doug Wright's Quills; Claudia Shear's Dirty Blonde; Rick Elice’s Peter and the Starcatcher; Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová and Enda Walsh’s Once; and David Bowie and Enda Walsh’s Lazarus. Enabling our artists to push boundaries generates work like Anaïs Michell’s stirring and unforgettable Hadestown, Geoff Sobelle’s magical and transformative The Object Lesson and Mfoniso Udofia’s epic, sweeping two-part cycle, Sojourners & Her Portmanteau. NYTW productions have received a Pulitzer Prize, seventeen Tony Awards and numerous Obie, Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Awards. But that’s not what we’re proudest of. We take the greatest satisfaction from the community we’ve built, and the perspective-shifting experiences we’ve delivered along the way. We think that theatre can bring people together, change the conversation, and have a profound impact. We feel fortunate to get to support it. If that sounds like something you’re interested in too, we’d love to meet you.


About the Team:

Our two-person Education team is responsible for the coordination and implementation of NYTW’s Education Initiatives, which provide access to the vision and methods of the artist, professional training to the next generation of theatre administrators, and enable audiences of all ages to participate in a community of dynamic learning. The Education Associate provides administrative and pedagogical support for the Education Department. The Education Associate reports directly to the Director of Education.


About the Position:

  • Provides administrative and pedagogical support for of all Education programs, including: the Mind the Gap intergenerational theatre program, Learning Workshop’s teaching artist school-based residencies, theatre-based public programs and master classes, and the 2050 Administrative Fellowship program
  • Assists with the coordination and implementation of the 2050 Administrative Fellowship, including Fellows’ recruitment, selection, orientation, and support, Fellows’ monthly gatherings and seminars, and Fellows’ performance evaluations
  • Maintains effective communication with educational partners, including artists, teaching artists, partner school staff, faculty and students, and community-based leaders and organizations.
  • Assists with the creation of educational materials and curriculum
  • Leads or co-leads theatre education workshops as needed
  • Assists teaching artists or workshop facilitators as needed
  • Assists with the documentation, assessment and evaluation of all Education programs


About You:

  • You are committed to an equitable and inclusive community
  • You have experience in theatre, educational and/or applied theatre or relevant experience in arts education
  • You are familiar with NYTW’s artistic and educational mission
  • You possess excellent organizational, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • You are a motivated multi-tasker able to collaborate with multiple diverse individuals to achieve program goals
  • You have a passion for creating community among a diverse population of learners
  • You have experience working with youth in educational settings and/or non-traditional settings
  • You have experience with programming addressing issues of equity, diversity and inclusion
  • You have excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office programs



  • You have experience with intergenerational arts programming
  • You are knowledgeable about the NYC public school system
  • You have experience in the administration of fellowship, internship, and/or apprenticeship programs
  • You have experience curating and/or facilitating career development seminars with special emphasis in arts administration and related areas
  • You have photo/video skills
  • You have knowledge of Adobe Suite


Position is part-time, 30 hours/week with occasional evening and weekend hours. Rate is $20/hour.

NYTW is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). We are committed to diversity in all areas of our work, on and offstage. We encourage applicants with a unique cultural perspective inclusive of race, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, class, physical ability and sexual orientation.

To apply, please submit a cover letter (please include where you found out about this position), resume and two references to Please include the job title along with your first and last name in the subject line.

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