Work with Journey

Journey Theater Arts Group encourages and inspires youth to grow into and embrace who God designed them to be. We believe in the transformational power of Jesus Christ working in us and through us to guide our youth to embrace their identity as a uniquely gifted and talented child of God.

Journey is also the most dynamic theater arts community in our area. We have dozens of classes from drama to dance to improv and 12 school-year shows in four locations. We also produce a professional-level community theater musical each summer.

Here, we set the bar very high.  You will be challenged to give your all, but the joy and love you’ll receive in this family community and on our collaborative team will be immeasurable.

Interested in teaching for Journey?  Each session our Area Coordinators look for teachers for our 10 week session of classes.   If you have experience in theater, love kids and believe in Journey’s mission, please email your resume and letter of interest to Bethany Larson –

Journey Theater Arts Group Employment Application

 Open Positions

 Summer Camp Staff

We are now taking applications for Camp Teachers (Dance, Drama and Voice), Game Leaders, Counselors (16 years or older by June 26) and Counselors-in-Training (15 years or older by June 26).  Applications and Reference Forms are due by March 30th.

Click the links below for information on specific summer camp staff positions:

Camp Teacher and Games Leader application.

Camp Counselor application.

Camp Counselor-in-Training application.


Camp Staff Reference Form link:

Vancouver Show Coordinator

  Journey Theater Arts Group mission is Guiding people towards Christ through theater arts education.


Hours:    Part-time: 15 – 18 hours per week during three 10-week sessions during each school year.

JTAG is an at-will employer.

Compensation:   $11.25/Hour, tuition and production fees for your children.

Primary Function: On-site supervisor for shows for Vancouver and/or Vancouver East; primary source of communication between Executive Staff, office and the local branch.



  • Must understand and be committed to JTAG’s Mission Statement, Statement of Beliefs and Values and Objectives and be willing to incorporate them when performing job-related tasks.
  • Must be able to manage students and parent volunteers with consistency; enforcing program guidelines with firmness and grace.
  • Must have the ability to devote necessary time to efficiently manage the local Area’s shows and attend bi-weekly staff meetings at the JTAG office.
  • Must have strong organizational skills, computer proficiency, relational skills, and general knowledge of JTAG class and production procedures.
  • Must have the ability to devote necessary time to efficiently manage shows; overseeing parent committees, rehearsal and show venues and students.
  • Must be inspirational leader, motivated communicator, positive, energetic, creative, open to new ideas, consistent in action and communication, and able to work well with artistic team members, parents, students and venue representatives.
  • Must be a positive and enthusiastic team player with the rest of the Coordinator Team & Executive Staff for program development, promotion, and retention.

Sound enticing? We want to hear more about you!

To be considered, applications must be on time and complete. Your application must include: 1. Cover letter  2.  Current resume  3. Three references – pastoral, personal (non-family), and professional  4. JTAG application


Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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