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Want to Teach?
Become a DCTV Workshop Instructor
DCTV is always seeking freelance instructors for our hands-on adult workshops in Graphic & Web Design, Producing, Production, and Post-Production. See a full list of our workshops here.
About DCTV Workshops: For over 30 years, DCTV Workshops have provided people from all walks of life access to the skills they need to make media and tell their story. Currently, DCTV offers over 150 hands-on workshops each year in all aspects of digital filmmaking and media arts, from basic video production to advanced editing to web design & motion graphics.
Whether three hours or one week long, all of our workshops seek to teach a wealth of information in a short amount of time, so that all of our students leave with the confidence to put their new skills into practice. Small class sizes, affordable prices, and instructors who work professionally in the industry make DCTV a one-of-a-kind training facility that offers practical knowledge to everyone, from novice to pro. Unlike other centers, we provide all curriculum, equipment, and software. All of our workshops take place on location at DCTV.
Qualifications: All applicants must be working professionals with teaching experience, able to give our students an in-depth introduction to the industry’s leading software and technology. Applicants without teaching experience will not be considered.
Benefits: In addition to an hourly rate, Instructors receive a complimentary DCTV Membership, which grants you dedicated access to the services DCTV provides, as well various discounts.
To Apply: Please send a resume, cover letter and link to a reel to email@example.com. In your cover letter, please specify which DCTV Workshop(s) you are interested in teaching. See our roster here.
Have an Idea for a DCTV Workshop?
Is there a skill or software you want to learn that we don’t currently offer? Have a brilliant idea for a workshop you want to teach? Tell us about it below. We want to hear from you!
DCTV is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works, and is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State legislature, and supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by Bloomberg Philanthropies.