JUNTOS accepts university and high school dance students to participate in programming, with preference given to students studying for a BFA in dance.
JUNTOSAbroad + JUNTOSImmersion: Students must fill out an application or registration form for the program of interest in addition to submitting a video with the application (YouTube or Vimeo link). Students studying at the following schools do not need to submit videos: The Ailey School and Fordham University; The Boston Conservatory at Berklee; LINES Dance School BFA program at Dominican University; The Juilliard School; SUNY Purchase College; USC’s Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. (Applications are closed at this time)
JUNTOSYouth: Interested high school students can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
JUNTOSVirtual: College and high school dancers can learn more and apply for virtual programming HERE.
JUNTOSAmbassador: Each Ambassador candidate will be invited to apply to the program through application and interview if they fit the following criteria:
- They have worked closely with JUNTOS for at least one year
- They demonstrate strong leadership skills
- They have acted as informal representatives of the JUNTOS mission in the past
JUNTOSPro: Dancers must submit resume and dance reel to staff at email@example.com
When choosing dance volunteers to work with the organization, JUNTOS Collective is dedicated first and foremost to the dancer’s interest in the JUNTOS mission.