Good Jobs Fellowship
The Good Jobs Fellowship is a job training program for young people to get practical, hands-on experience running a business in the Arts. Black & Tan Hall fosters a space that serves as a model for young people to learn and grow and gives powerful opportunities to the historically disenfranchised.
The Good Jobs Fellowship stewards a cohort of youth, especially youth from marginalized communities including POC and native, immigrant/refugee, and LGBTQIA communities who learn and work alongside Black & Tan Hall partners to operate our cultural programming. The Good Jobs Fellowship program places a value on personal expression and identity while honing skills for future jobs in our local community.
The 2020 Good Job Fellows are developing and implementing comprehensive marketing and branding strategies aimed to create new virtual experiences on our website. Our current cohort is focused on rooting Black & Tan Hall marketing in community-centric approaches to spreading awareness, including creating an online store with merchandise that will encompass and be reflective of community values. This is one way the Good Job Fellows are striving to learn new ways of building equity through entrepreneurship and a sense of belonging within the community.
Meet our 2019/2020 cohort of Good Job Fellows!