About National Guild for Community Arts Education
Founded in 1937, the National Guild strives to ensure all people have opportunities to maximize their creative potential by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and advocating for community arts education. The Guild serves a national network of neighborhood schools of the arts, arts and cultural centers, arts education divisions of universities, theater and dance companies, museums, and more. Our members serve 2.5 million students each year, employ 16,000 teaching artists, and reach an additional 8 million people through performances and exhibits. The Guild has an annual operating budget of approximately $2 million.
The Guild is dedicated to building a racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse and pluralistic team committed to working in and supporting multicultural communities across the country. We strongly encourage applicants from LGBTQ and underrepresented communities to apply.