Come work and dance with us! Contact email@example.com to apply!
In Return: We offer you FREE WCS learning from in house instructors as well as amazing visiting instructors. Any paper work that will allow you to get credit for any work you do for us for your university/college (if applicable), the opportunity for an over the top recommendation letter, resume booster and the opportunity to become part of and enjoy a wonderful dance community.
OUR responsibilities: Rob and Sheila’s WCS goals in hosting interns is to create a mutually beneficial relationship that encourages the growth of our local community, personal enrichment, love for movement and music, empathy for others, business skills, interpersonal skills, planning and organization and connections that will last a lifetime.
Dance/learn WCS. Interns are required to take part in Rob and Sheila’s WCS program’s curriculum and to be present for Tuesday classes as well as our monthly BRIDGE workshops. We ask for a minimum of a 20 week commitment, though our interns usually don’t want to leave
The Swing Loft, our monthly WCS dance. Be at this monthly event and DANCE, mix and mingle with the community, help with set up and break down, provide door coverage as needed and help with keeping the food tables stocked and kitchen clean. Help with break down after the dance.
Be at the monthly Bridge workshop and practice and dance with our guests. Meet and greet everyone.
Plan to attend special classes/workshops taught by visiting instructors.
Tuesdays: 7:15 cleaning and greeting. Classes 7:30-9:30 WCS classes. 9:30-11:30 mix and mingle with community, includes help with check in for WCS for Life lessons and clean up.
All journals/blog entries and Class observation forms due the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
Special Projects (Applies to students looking for Academic Credits for the Internship.)
We have special projects that focus on various aspects of West Coast Swing that we hope to learn and research more about. Each intern will be given a special project(s) to focus on that may require data collection, experiential/action research, academic research and perhaps more. We have in house resources for support on these projects, however, the ability to work independently and creat a final project is imperative. (This applies to students looking for Academic Credits for internship.)