We are seeking current students, recent graduates, and alumni to advocate for NSCD.
We’re looking for people from across the globe; local to Chapeltown, living in the UK or living anywhere in the world to deliver practical and/or information sessions in different settings.
These are paid opportunities, perfect for those who have a real understanding of what it is like to train at NSCD, who can help us to reach and inform prospective students.
Most importantly, you have to be really passionate about NSCD and want to shout loud about how fantastic it is to train here.
This is perfect for a current student or recent graduate who can tell a prospective student all about life at NSCD. Events can include things like Open Days or regional Undergraduate Experience Days.
Perfect for a current student or recent graduate. We’re looking for people to demonstrate in practical sessions such as auditions or outreach workshops in the community. This could be local, national or international.
Know all about NSCD and confident speaking to large groups? We often get asked to lead information sessions telling prospective students all about NSCD. This could be local, national or international.
For those with existing experience of dance teaching or looking to gain more, you could assist in outreach workshops in different settings for participants aged 12-18. This could be local, national or international.
If you trained at NSCD and are currently working as a dance teacher, then please get in touch. We would like to expand our geographic spread of teachers who can lead practical workshops to give young people from all over the world a taste of what NSCD is like. Workshops may take place in schools, dance centres or community settings, for participants aged 12-18.
Interested in becoming an NSCD advocate? Download an application pack for full details and apply belowApplication pack Apply
If you have any questions relating to your application or your eligibility, please get in touch with Philippa Ranger, Access & Participation Manager, on via email Philippa.Ranger@nscd.ac.uk or call 0113 219 3026