Through our own programs, the Greenway Court Theatre and the Melrose Trading Post, current Fairfax High School students have an opportunity to work alongside professional members of the workforce to build skills and work experience for post graduation opportunities. Internships are paid and range from 2-10 hours per week and are offered in the areas of:
- Arts Integration
- Studio Manager
- Media & Marketing
- Theatre Production
- MTP Student Worker
Student workers for the Melrose Trading Post are paid and work approximately 7 hours on scheduled Sundays.
All programs offer monthly professional development in-services exploring leadership, communications, teamwork, and work place best practices.
Fall 2017 Student Workers
GIA Interns: Christina Carrera & Amari Williams
GREENWAY COURT THEATER Intern: Jackdie Guerra
MTP Work-Study: Melissa Acuna, Marc Adolphus, Alexis Alvarado, Anna Ang, Alejandra Barrera, Khadija Bellaftouh, Da’Iana Cooper, Dylan Corn, Thais Corral, Yahoveh Edwards, John Escobedo, Joseph Escobedo, Jazlin Espinola, Jannika Gayoso, Jasneet Kaur, Sean Lee, Damian Lopez, Alexander Madi, Astou Mbacke, Leslie Osorio, Samiha Rahman, Kendrick Rivas, Daniel Rocha, Harry Salguero, Ndeye Sarr, Anthony Secaida, Nafiza Sultana, Josselyn Tenas, Erianna Thorton & Melissa Veliz.
MELROSE TRADING POST VOLUNTEER PROGRAM
The Melrose Trading Post Volunteer Program is collaboration between Greenway Arts Alliance, the Melrose Trading Post, and Fairfax High School. Any approved, on-campus club or organization has an opportunity to apply for funding by volunteering with the Melrose Trading Post. Melrose Trading Post is a collection of vendors, musicians, artists, craftspeople, and community members who gather on Sundays on the parking lot of Fairfax High School.
Fairfax High School clubs and organizations can sign-up to volunteer HERE
Greenway Institute of the Arts offers after-school arts practicum workshops in the areas of DANCE, FILM, SPOKEN WORD POETRY and DRAMA. The workshops are co-facilitated with Teaching Artists from community arts partners and open to all Fairfax High School students. The series culminates in a final presentation of work created throughout the semester.
SPOKEN WORD POETRY: Mondays & Wednesdays | 3:15-5:30 PM
FILM: Mondays & Wednesdays | 3:15-5:30 PM
DANCE: Tuesdays | 2:15-4:00 PM & Thursdays | 3:15-5:00 PM
DRAMA: Tuesdays | 4:30-6:00 PM & Thursdays | 5:15-6:30 PM
The Student Showcases are free and open to the public