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First online workshop in new Creative Careers series to take place on Tuesday, April 30.
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is pleased to offer an opportunity for arts administrators and arts professionals in all disciplines, organization types, and sizes to participate in our new “NYFA Online Learning: Creative Careers” series. The first workshop is “Finding a Job in the Arts,” presented by Adrienne Stortz, Director of Special Projects, Arts Initiative & Miller Theatre, Columbia University. The workshop will take place online on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM EST.
Are you new to job hunting in the arts? Or are you looking for new opportunities but haven’t been a jobseeker for a few years? The arts world can be challenging to navigate: what does “networking” mean in an age of social media, how do you determine which jobs you want, where do you find job postings, and how do you make your resume really stand out? This workshop will take you through the process of finding a new job, including searching, applying, interviewing, and negotiating an offer. You will come away with a clear roadmap of how to land your next dream gig in the arts.
Title: Finding a Job in the Arts
Program Date and Time: Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 6:30 PM-8:00 PM EST*
Location: Online and anywhere you have internet access
Registration Fee: $25
Registration: Please register for the program here.
Questions: Email [email protected]
*This workshop will be recorded and shared with all participants who registered in advance, after the session concludes. It will be available for viewing up to 6 months after the workshop date.
Adrienne Stortz is a performing arts marketer focusing on driving audience engagement and sales for prestigious organizations including Carnegie Hall and The Juilliard School. By working her way up from her first job as an assistant to musicians to now managing a team at Miller Theatre, she has gained experience navigating large and small organizations as well as freelancing. Stortz has a passion for helping others be their best selves, and is excited to show you how a marketing mindset will help you with your job search, allowing you to put your best foot forward with hiring managers to demonstrate that you can solve their problems.