Greenway Arts Alliance Student Application [SP 2019]
Thank you for your interest in working with Greenway Arts Alliance. Our 20 year long partnership with Fairfax High School has provided more that $1M in support through programs like these.

Here are a few things to note about working with Greenway:

+ All student positions pay a minimum wage
+ Students must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA while employed
+ Students applying must be available to attend the Greenway All-Student Orientation, TBA- during early Fall and Spring

The application includes the following:

1.) Completed applications (online or paper)
2.) Official Transcript from your school counselor
4.) A signed Letter of Recommendation from a teacher or counselor, including a contact phone number

All applications are due no later than Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 11:59 PM PST. If you have questions or need assistance completing your application, please contact Maryam Dorsey, Director of Student Programs by email at or by phone at (323) 655-7679 Ext 101.

This semester, we have opportunities in the following areas:

Melrose Trading Post Work-Study
Be an integral part of the Melrose Trading Post Operations Team! We're always looking for hard working students with a good attitude who are able to take direction, work as a team, and show leadership.

Duties: Food court maintenance, market setup & cleanup, parking attendant, ticket taker and much more.

Supervisor: J. Scott, MTP Operations Manager

Schedule: Must be available Sundays for the following time frames 6:30 AM- 1:00 PM and 12:30 PM- 8:30 PM and attendance at Dev Sessions on Wednesdays at lunch.

Greenway Arts Alliance Internships
Are you interested in working behind the scenes alongside professional theatre and arts administration practitioners? There are several opportunities for students to work at the Greenway Institute for the Arts, Greenway Court Theatre, and Melrose Trading Post through our paid internship program.

We have internships offered in the following areas this semester:

+ Gardening (2) : Assist in the development and maintenance of a vegetable and flower garden
+ Stage Management (1) : Stage manage the GIA Spring Showcase musical while developing skills in the technical elements of production including lighting, sound, scenic, and video production.

Supervisors: Maryam Dorsey, Director of Student Programs // J. Scott Shonka, Opperations Manager // Natalie Iturbe, Vendor Manager // Tiffany Moon, Producing Director

Schedule: 2-4 Hours per week after school. Hours vary if working on production. Gardening Intern must be available some Sundays.

Interns and student workers will also be required to attend paid monthly Professional Development workshops (Dev Sessions) throughout the semester.

After reviewing the descriptions and requirements above, which position would you like to apply for? *
You may apply for no more than two (2) positions.
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