At DreamYard, art is action. Our programs combine Standards-based arts instruction with social justice pedagogy principles to inspire students to develop character, scholarship and artistic voice to create change. Our core values of Empower, Create and Connect describe our commitment to teaching for equity, justice and hope. We strive to support students' academic and artistic needs while working toward becoming an anti-racist society.

Bronx-based and Spanish-speaking applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. DreamYard Project employs without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability, or any other attribute not related to superior performance; we welcome and encourage applications from a diverse range of individuals.

As positions become available, they will be posted below. If you would like to join our team as a Teaching Artist, please send a resume and cover letter providing more information on your academic, artistic and professional experience to jobs@dreamyard.com. In the subject line of your email, please include your arts discipline (Eg. Subject: Theater Teaching Artist Resume and Cover Letter). DreamYard accepts teaching artist applications on a rolling basis, though typically reviews submissions in June of each year. Qualified applicants will be asked to complete an application for the position and interview with the Program Directors.


Dreamyard summer 2019 Legacy employment program

DreamYard Art Center programs help young people explore their identities and community through a nationally recognized arts and social justice curriculum. Students from elementary through high school are guided in the core values of activate, create, connect, and nurture (ACCióN).

The Summer Legacy Employment Program provides college-aged students with a holistic view of the organization by exploring both teaching artistry and arts administration alongside experienced mentors. We strive to create a team of community-driven professionals here at the Art Center with a passion for youth justice work.

The summer internship program will begin with training on July 1st and run through August 9th, Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. All intern positions are PAID.

Please submit your application by March 22nd. All applicants will be notified of their acceptance status by May 1st. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to Troy Anthony by email at internships@dreamyard.com.

To apply, fill out this Legacy Employment Program Application Form.


For all applicants: When applying for an open position at Dreamyard, please include the DreamYard Project Employment Application Form, which can be downloaded to your computer by clicking here