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Employment Opportunities

Would you like to join the most talented and exciting arts faculty in Clarksville? 

  • The Community School of the Arts is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity of ethnicity, age, experience, education and thought among our faculty and staff, and we search for colleagues who can relate well to students of all backgrounds. We are dedicated to the safety and well-being of our students and conduct thorough investigations of all potential faculty and staff. 

  • Anyone interested in working with the CSA should download and fill out the Employee Application and send it with a Cover Letter and Resume to the Coordinator. Email submissions are accepted. If a particular position is not open, you are welcome to submit your information as a potential future employee.

  • APSU Students wishing to instruct must submit a letter of recommendation from their direct supervising instructor. 

  • Substantial experience in instruction specific to an area is required. Degrees are preferred but not required. 

Additional information for employment in the specific areas:


  • MUSIC: Potential instructors will be asked to audition with the Coordinator and other faculty members on their particular instrument. Students of APSU that wish to instruct must have a letter of recommendation from their primary voice/instrument instructor. Directors for our ensembles should be prepared to present examples of past performances or equivalent experience. 
  • VISUAL ARTS: Potential instructors will be asked to present examples of their work to the Coordinator and other faculty members. Students of APSU that wish to instruct must have a letter of recommendation from their primary supervisor. 
  • DANCE: Potential instructors will be asked to audition with the Coordinator and other faculty members or provide examples of past performance/teaching experiences. Students of APSU that wish to instruct must have a letter of recommendation from their primary supervisor. 
  • THEATER: Potential instructors will be asked to present examples of past stage and teaching experience to the Coordinator and other faculty members. Show playbills, programs, announcements, and testimonials are preferred.
  • PHOTOGRAPHY: Potential instructors will be asked to present examples of their work to the Coordinator and other faculty members. Substantial knowledge in modern forms of digital photography is preferred.
  • ARTS and CRAFTS: Potential instructors will be asked to present examples of their work to the Coordinator and other faculty members. A demonstration of a particular project may be required. 
  • CREATIVE WRITING: Potential instructors will be asked to provide examples of their writings to the Coordinator and other faculty members. Experience in various forms of writing is preferred.

Current Open Positions (updated regularly):

  •  No positions are currently available 
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