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Northwest Girlchoir is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, trans-gender status, ethnicity, marital status, disability, or religious belief. Successful candidates must pass a Criminal Records Check and have legal status to work in the USA. 

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Northwest Girlchoir Summer Camp Supervisor

Our annual Summer Camp welcomes girls and all youth marginalized by gender to explore their creativity through music and arts exploration. The camp takes place July 22nd-26th at Northwest Girlchoir’s rehearsal facility and lakefront in the Northgate/Haller Lake neighborhood. A community of professional teachers and staff, camp staff, high school counselors, and middle-school counselors-in-training (CITs) lead 90 students entering 2nd-7th grade.

 

We are seeking an organized, independent, enthusiastic leader to serve as our 2024 Summer Camp Supervisor.  This temporary, hourly position works collaboratively with the Executive Director and Artistic Director and all camp staff and volunteers to carry out camp goals and ensure a safe and rewarding camp experience for all. The Camp Supervisor oversees camp operations and parent communication, as well as supervising camp counselors and CITs. Must be comfortable and experienced working with youth ages 7-18 and their parents. 

 

Position Dates: Camp July 21-26, 2024, plus occasional meetings and prep time starting March 25, 2024​.

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Jill Clymer by Friday, February 23, 2024.

Northwest Girlchoir Summer Camp Art Teacher

Our annual Summer Camp welcomes girls and all youth marginalized by gender to explore their creativity through music and arts exploration. The camp takes place July 22nd-26th at Northwest Girlchoir’s rehearsal facility and lakefront in the Northgate/Haller Lake neighborhood. A community of professional teachers and staff, camp staff, high school counselors, and middle-school counselors-in-training (CITs) lead 90 students entering 2nd-7th grade.

We are seeking an organized, independent, enthusiastic employee to serve as our 2024 Summer Camp Art Teacher. This temporary, hourly position plans and teaches art projects for campers entering 2nd-7th grade. They work collaboratively with camp staff, counselors, and CITs to ensure a safe and rewarding camp experience for all. Must be comfortable & experienced working with youth ages 7-18.

 

Position Dates: Camp July 21-26, 2024, plus prep time starting June 1, 2024.

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Jill Clymer by Friday, February 23, 2024.

Northwest Girlchoir Summer Camp Games Leader

Our annual Summer Camp welcomes girls and all youth marginalized by gender to explore their creativity through music and arts exploration. The camp takes place July 22nd-26th at Northwest Girlchoir’s rehearsal facility and lakefront in the Northgate/Haller Lake neighborhood. A community of professional teachers and staff, camp staff, high school counselors, and middle-school counselors-in-training (CITs) lead 90 students entering 2nd-7th grade.

 

We are seeking an organized, independent, enthusiastic employee to serve as our 2024 Summer Camp Games Leader. This temporary, hourly position plans and coordinates outdoor game activities for campers entering 2nd-7th grade. They work collaboratively with camp staff, counselors, and CITs to ensure a safe and rewarding camp experience for all. Must be comfortable and experienced working with youth ages 7-18.

 

Position Dates: Camp July 21-26, 2024, plus prep time starting June 1, 2024.

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Jill Clymer by Friday, February 23, 2024.

INTERNSHIPS

We offer internship opportunities for students and recent graduates. Contact us to inquire about available internships.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS POSITIONS

Northwest Girlchoir is seeking volunteer board members who:

….are passionate about amplifying the voices of women and girls;

….are excited about being part of a hard-working and committed team;

….have about 6-10 hours each month to attend board meetings, attend Northwest Girlchoir events, participate in committee work, and be an ambassador for Northwest Girlchoir; and

….are excited about supporting and forwarding our goals of equity, access, and inclusion for Northwest Girlchoir.

 

Candidates who have skills and experience with fundraising, community engagement and collaboration, financial management, music education, youth leadership and development, and racial equity initiatives are especially invited to apply.

For more information or to apply, contact us.

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