There are jobs and then there are chances to make a difference. From education and performing arts, to amplifying minority businesses, and more, Indiana Black Expo is focused on improving the lives of individuals and families in Indiana. Work with us and be part of that positive impact on our communities. Explore our current job openings below.
Work That Makes an Impact
Performing Arts Academy Instructors – Contract position
IBE’s Performing Arts Academy is seeking qualified instructors or coaches, who have the capacity to teach classes to middle and high school students to expand their skills for dancing, video, photography, music, film and television. Instructors will teach classes after school hours or on the weekend. Classes will range from 90 minutes to 2-hours in length per session. The instructors are expected to help students develop their skills in the performing arts.
Performing Arts Academy Education Specialist
The PAA Education Specialist reports directly to the VP of Advancement and Programs and will be responsible for assisting, evaluating, and providing recommendations to improve individual student academic success. This individual will stay current on both local and statewide educational needs and resources and work with volunteers, interns, and other program representatives and organizations to plan and implement program, outreach, and academic development strategies.
Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Local Youth Coordinator
The Local Youth Coordinator will work the TPC Coordinator, IBE staff, chapters and core youth team to develop and implement VOICE and youth empowerment initiatives designed to engage, educate and empower youth to celebrate a tobacco-free lifestyle.
Youth and Family Programs Director
The YFP Director will be focused on enabling the achievement of the study’s programmatic recommendations and desired outcomes. The focus of these efforts includes:
- Strengthening IBE’s convening presence, its community engagement, its community outreach effectiveness and its programmatic effectiveness in the African American community;
- Identifying and prioritizing potential inter-agency partnerships to enhance service delivery capacity, improve programmatic outcomes and demonstrate effective impact within the African American community;
- Crystalizing IBE’s advocacy role in Indiana regarding policy-making and social change