Teacher Instrumental Music Teacher of Afro Caribbean Latin Jazz
Join us and be the first teacher in a school in the United States to teach through an Afro-Caribbean Latin Jazz curriculum created by Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC). Help us form our first ever Jazz Orchestra including listening, history, theory, basic to advanced songs, chord structures & progressions, improvisation, solo & ensemble performing, styles, and aesthetics. Work with our students to help develop their repertoire in order to secure scholarships for college. Part of your instructional day will include teaching JALC’s “From Ragtime to Rap.”
School Vision Statement for the Arts
At TAPCo we take care of ourselves and each other. We support artistic self-expression and sustainability-oriented collaboration in a demanding, high-tech arts and academic environment. Students major in one of two areas; either in an arts studio or a technical/digital concentration. All TAPCo students learn the collaborative and self management skills required for success in the 21st century world of the arts enabling them to continually evolve and excel in college, career, and life.
The groundbreaking of TAPCo’s outdoor rooftop garden/outdoor sound stage makes us the first school in New York City that will have a space dedicated to student sustainability oriented gardening and performances. A CDOS track (both SPED and Gen Ed) will enable students taking those courses, and our Arts studio majors, to intensively work together in learning real word digital skills- a hallmark of 21st century artistic endeavor.
More About Us
TAPCo is a DOE Learning Partners host school. We have been recognized in US News & World Report’s Best High Schools in America for the past two years, appeared in The Huffington Post, and featured in many local television news stories for the artistic and academic accomplishments of our students. We offer 4 AP courses, and are members of College Readiness for Middle & High School, Algebra for All, the LINCT program, Urban Advantage, the Writing Revolution, RULER, and Beyond Differences. Partnerships: Roundabout Theatre Company, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 92Y, Elisa Monte Dance, Hip Hop Dance Conservatory, Fred Dolan Art Academy, Reidi Dance, the Sessions, and Hispanic Information Telecommunications Network (HITN).
According to DOE/UFT contract.
How to ApplyPlease send your resume and recommendations to Principal Ron Link firstname.lastname@example.org. An interview and 20 minute demo lesson will be scheduled thereafter. Thank you!
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