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Junior Ballet student hugs American Dance Institute Dance teacher Rebecca Barney after her sucessful ballet performance during Greenwood Phinney Artwalk.

Junior Ballet student hugs American Dance Institute dance teacher Rebecca Barney after her successful ballet performance during Greenwood Phinney Artwalk.

Teach For American Dance Institute

Are you seeking teaching employment? We are a team of dedicated professional dance instructors. We love to teach. We support a friendly, non-competitive school environment, which allows students to always feel welcome and safe. As a result, they learn more in a shorter period of time and experience the JOY! of dance in every class. If this speaks to you, please apply below. 

Elizabeth Chayer ADI Founder/Director

...gifted instructors who don't take themselves too seriously.

We are looking for serious dance instructors who do not take themselves too seriously.  A college degree is nice but not necessary. Dedication, devotion and 'the teaching gift' are. Our instructors demonstrate empathy and patience, take coaching, mentoring, and are highly accountable. 

modern dance, modern dance classes, contemporary dance classes, contemporary dance studios,

American Dance Institute Seattle teacher Kara Burrows, showing an adult student, proper arm position during ballet dance classes.

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Dance instructor, Moira Bugler, leading a class of Pre-Hip hop students.

Ines Andrade with her childrens pre-ballet students awaiting an art-walk performance.

Dance teacher, Ines Andrade, with her childrens pre-ballet students 'back stage' awaiting their art-walk performance.

Application

Please click the Apply Here button below to access our employment application. Complete all of the fields and attach your resume complete with training, dance employment history, and references in the space provided.   For any questions please call 206-783-0755 or email:  [email protected]  

Making corrections is what great dance teachers do in class. Here ADI Founder, Director Elizabeth Chayer corrects an adult beginning Ballet student in Ballet Studio #2.

Making corrections is what great dance teachers do in class. Here ADI Founder, Director Elizabeth Chayer corrects an adult beginning Ballet student in Studio #2.