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Tenets of our Culture:

● A hybrid schedule and unlimited PTO support work/life balance.
● Commitment to an equitable work environment, including the practice of consensual conflict resolution, transparency in communication, and upholding a “Brave Space”.
● Cell phone stipend and gas reimbursement.
● Regular community gatherings to build and nurture our community.
● Part of the Young Audiences/Arts for Learning and the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts national affiliate networks.
● Acknowledgment of our role in becoming an Anti-Racist organization and commitment to transformation.

At Arts for Learning Indiana, we value:

● Access, Belonging, Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (ABIDE) are pillars of our culture.
● The strength of symbiotic and innovative partnerships.
● Learning that fosters Imagination for Self-discovery, Critical Thought, and Empathy.
● Celebrating and supporting the roles of Artists, Educators, and Youth in integrating creativity into their lives.

We thank all who lift up the mission and celebrate the vibrancy of the Arts for Learning community: staff, board, donors, advocates, and volunteers.

About Arts for Learning

Founded in 1961, Arts for Learning, the Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences, empowers children to achieve their creative and intellectual potential through arts in education. Part of the Young Audiences Arts for Learning national network, Arts for Learning is one of 30 affiliates certified by the national office. We reach approximately 40,000 children yearly with performances, workshops, and artist residency programs in-school, after-school, and out-of-school. We augment this activity with an array of professional development opportunities designed to help teachers and teaching artists bring the arts into the school environment more effectively.

Arts for Learning is an equal opportunity employer that values children’s right to access the arts and the participatory arts experiences that unlock minds, expand lives, and fulfill creative and intellectual potential.

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