2024 Leadership Academy Application 

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Thank you for applying to Arts Ed Leadership Academy. This application includes questions about your:
  • contact information
  • optional demographic information
  • role and affiliation
  • arts education experience
  • culturally responsive arts education and racial equity practice
  • program interest
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This application is due on Monday, April 22, 2024. If you have any questions, please contact Gen Pietrusinski at pietrusinkig@artsedcollab.org or 412-201-7405.

Applicants will by notified of their acceptance status no later than Friday, May 3, 2024. We look forward to reviewing your application.

Contact information

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(e.g., Sr.)

To be used in case of weather or emergencies
Mailing address
Preferred address to receive mail during summer 2024 and 2024-25 school year

Role and affiliation

Examples: independent teaching artist, educator, student, program coordinator

Role and affiliation

Demographic information

The following questions are optional. Responses to these questions—as well as the choice not to answer—will not be used to make decisions about acceptance. AEC will only use the information in aggregate to report out on program participation to stakeholders.

Examples: they/them, she/her, he/him

Arts education experience

Examples: 9 years teaching in a charter school, 3 years working in an arts organization

Culturally responsive arts education and racial equity

In its Racial Equity Guiding Principles and Policies, the National Guild for Community Arts Education states "racial equity holds society to a higher standard, it demands that we pay attention not just to individual-level discrimination, but to overall institutional, structural and systemic racism."

Program interest

Program interest