The education community is for students who are interested in applying their expertise, skills, and values to facilitate learning through the arts in traditional and nontraditional settings. While many people in this field become certified educators, others pursue opportunities that go beyond the traditional classroom.
Like most artists, you may find yourself involved in educating the next wave of creators at some point in your career, compelled to do so by discovering an enjoyment of teaching, the attractiveness of added income, or a desire to pay it forward—as your teachers have done for you.
Teaching and educating often are part of a successful career portfolio. If you have the drive to make a difference in the lives of others, a fervor for creativity and innovative thinking, and the belief in the global impact and importance of the arts and arts education, you will find your community here.
As a Berklee student, you can subscribe to the education community to receive Hub notifications about relevant jobs, internships, and fellowships, as well as panel discussions, visiting artists, and other related programming.
An internship is an ideal way to make inroads in any industry. Berklee's career advisors can help you navigate the process of looking for and securing an internship.
Make an appointment with one of the education community’s dedicated career advisors to learn more about developing key competencies, such as how to leverage an entrepreneurial mind-set, acquire the necessary professional and technological skills, and get access to Berklee’s vast global network.