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Jobs + Internships

Hugo House is Hiring: Literary Arts Education and Programs

We are now accepting applications for our staff position of Education and Programs.

OVERVIEW

The person in this position is a key Hugo House staff member, responsible for planning, overseeing, and ensuring the success of our creative writing classes for adults. Ensuring quality and constituent satisfaction, staff member will creatively program a wide range of course offerings and will work to expand our reach and range of offerings. The position will also be involved in other related Hugo House programs.

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Adult Programs

Teach at Hugo House

Thanks for your interest in teaching at Hugo House! Our teachers are contracted for individual classes. We have a strong pool of teachers, and we are always interested in finding the best creative-writing instructors. To apply to teach at the House, please familiarize yourself with our class offerings then submit the following:

  • 1-2 page CV
  • a 1 page statement of your teaching philosophy and how you’ll apply it at Hugo House
  • two sample course descriptions (no more than a page each) modeled after our online course catalog

Please send materials in a single Word or PDF document via email to christine@hugohouse.org. Our education team reviews applications quarterly.

When hiring teachers, we consider a combination of prior teaching experience, publication history, strength of teaching evaluations from either the House or other institutions, strength of the submitted teaching philosophy, and active engagement in the literary world. Once we hire a candidate to teach, we will discuss class booking. When selecting courses, we are looking for classes that fill a curricular gap. We consider a balance of genre, skill level required of the students, platform (such as workshop, generative, reading), and student feedback.

Hugo House especially encourages applications from writers and teachers of color, and teachers with diverse cultural backgrounds and experiences, such as disability, religion, ancestry, language, national origin, culture, age, gender, and sexual orientation in order to best serve a diverse student body.


Volunteer

If you would like to get involved, please consider volunteering.