CAP offers a variety of paid opportunities for both current CalArts students and recent graduates who are interested in gaining experience in arts education and community engagement.

Summer Teaching Opportunities:

CAP will offer a variety of workshops and summer programs in Los Angeles during the summer of 2019, for youth ages 10 - 18.

Dorsey Summer Program in Film, Animation and Dance

From July 8-25, Monday to Thursday, 10am - 4pm

Dorsey High School
3537 Farmdale Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90016

CalArts alums and current students are invited to apply to teach filmmaking, animation and hip hop dance to middle and high school students in Crenshaw area.

Lead instructor and student instructors positions are available. Lead instructors work with Dorsey High School Administrators and CAP staff to design the overall curriculum for each of the art forms and students instructors assist in leading lessons and supporting the students on their projects throughout the program. 

For more information please email the Dorsey Summer Program team at 

CalArts Creates at the Library Summer Workshop Series

From July 15 - Aug. 2

Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10am - 12pm. 

Classes in Creative Writing, Visual Art, and Music 

Deadline to apply has passed, but if you are interested in learning more information or inquiring about support positions, please email Program Coordinator Annapurna Kumar at 

Academic Year-long Teaching Opportunities 

During the academic year, CAP offers a variety of teaching opportunities at elementary, middle and high schools, as well as at community centers after school and on weekends, all across LA County. For more information about teaching with CAP in schools during the 2019-2020 school year please email Program Manager James Waterman at

For more information about teaching in the Sony Pictures Media Arts Program in animation email Program Coordinator Annapurna Kumar at