2021 Career Paths in the Arts Program
Calling all students! If you are a singer, dancer, actor, musician, artist, or lover of performing arts, we want to share career options with you! There is bound to be a role perfect for you. You will learn about live performance venues, film, set design, production management, talent buying, dance as a business, museum curating, fundraising, marketing, and more. With our mentoring assistance, our goal is to introduce the spectrum of career opportunities in these industries and for students who have a passion
for the Performing Arts to figure out for themselves, how to follow their dreams and be successful! We will educate, inspire, and mentor our students to gain the confidence they need in the real world!
This is a ten-day program – eight days of virtual learning and two in person days (one day to shadow a professional at a show and one day to enjoy a show as a patron).
Tuesday to Friday, July 13-16 (Virtual Learning)
1:30pm Enjoy watching a musical performance! (Link provided by the SGT)
2:00pm – 3:00pm Career Paths in the Arts GUEST Speaker(s), Live!
Tuesday to Friday, July 20-23 (In-Person Learning)
1:30pm to 3:00pm: Enjoy visiting the St. George Theatre to learn the many career opportunities for live performance venues with lessons from our in-house professional staff. The program includes a “Dance As A Business” Workshop on Wednesday, July 21 by Quest Intensive!
“Shadowing a SGT Professional” will be custom planned for each student.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN OUR VIRTUAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE:
Classes will be conducted through Zoom, with additional materials in Google Classroom. In order to participate, students are responsible for their own electronic device (smart phone, iPad/tablet, laptop, computer). Each student/guardian will receive a private Zoom link to participate in this summer program.
Applications will be accepted on a first come basis. Students are accepted based on an interview (required to be admitted to the program for all new students) and are notified by e-mail, FaceTime, or phone. Priority registration given to past participants and children who come from socially and/or economically challenged homes.
- This program is offered to students entering grades 9 – 12.
- Limited enrollment based on first come, first served.
- Students are accepted on basis of application and interview (required to be admitted to the program) and are notified by e-mail, FaceTime, or phone.
- Priority registration given to children who come from socially and/or economically challenged homes
This program is supported with funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Councilwoman Debi Rose, Councilman Steven Matteo, Councilman Joseph Borelli, Con Edison, Michael Tuch Foundation,
Shop Rite, Staten Island University Hospital/Northwell Health, and our loyal supporters and community partners.
For more information, please email Emily O’Lone at email@example.com.
To learn about the 2021 Summer Outreach Program, CLICK HERE.