NORMAN NORTH HS AUDITIONS CANCELLED

All auditions scheduled for Norman North High School tonight have been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date. Auditions at McAlester High School will still proceed as scheduled.

Staff Openings

The Oklahoma Arts Institute is currently accepting applications for 2023 Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute Counselors.

Application Deadline: March 6, 2023
Employment Dates: June 6-26, 2023
Employment Location: Quartz Mountain State Park & Lodge, Lone Wolf, OK
Age Requirement: Counselors must be at least 21 years of age by June 6, 2023.
Compensation: Each counselor will receive an honorarium of $1,800 plus room & board. Travel expenses to and from Quartz Mountain are the responsibility of the individual.

At the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute (OSAI), 25-30 counselors are hired, and each counselor serves in two roles with two sets of responsibilities.

First, each counselor acts as a housing counselor to a group of students with whom they are assigned to live during OSAI. In addition to accounting for the whereabouts and safety of these students, counselors conduct nightly meetings to pass along information about activities and to provide encouragement and support to their students.

Counselors also have a secondary job assignment during the day, each of which is outlined in the job descriptions linked below. In addition to these specific responsibilities, counselors may be called upon to perform other tasks needed to assist in the smooth and safe functioning of OSAI as determined by the OSAI administration.

Job Descriptions

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Statement of Non-Discrimination

Diversity is one of the strengths of our organization and its programs. OAI is committed to maintaining employment, recruitment, hiring, and educational settings that are culturally, racially and ethnically non-discriminatory and all-inclusive. Respecting differences is one of OAI’s core values.

OAI does not discriminate or permit discrimination against any person employed by, applying for, attending or associated with OAI’s programs, based on the person’s race, color, age, religion, political beliefs, national origin, disability, familial status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.