36 Bromfield StreetSuite #301
Boston, MA 02108
Date Posted: September 10, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
Art Resource Collaborative for Kids (ARCK) is a 501(c)(3) Boston-based non profit looking for Education Interns to assist with teaching artists, management staff, other staff, and be a part of the curriculum development team. ARCK is currently offering free of charge to k-8th Boston Public Schools students who lack arts education. ARCK integrates art and design with academic content and learning themes and support students’ social-emotional learning skills. ARCK’s curriculum is developed on the cultural diversity, identity, and on the framework of Leadership, Civic Engagement, and Social justice modules.
ARCK Education Internssupport the education team. Education Interns will be collecting data, supporting ARCK’s marketing outreach efforts, curate artwork at partner schools, conduct evaluations and update inventory.
Collaborate with ARCK’s curriculum updates data necessary for the education team to provide high quality arts education.
Administer evaluations, collect anecdotes and update and organize ARCK’s databases
Support grant writing efforts with arts education research, draft writing, and editing
Keep ARCK up-to-date on current research, trends, and strategies in the fields of education and arts education
Attend regular meetings/check-ins with Teaching Artists and office staff.
This unpaid internship will begin in September and last through Fall 2019. Internship will require10-20 hours a week, with flexibility around work/class schedules.
To apply, please submit:
A cover letter explaining your interest in working with ARCK
A resume that demonstrates your experience
Please email your application materials to Sara Demeter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the name of the position for which you are applying in the email subject line. Please be prepared to provide the contact information of two references.
Art Resource Collaborative for Kids (ARCK) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides arts integration programming to k-8 grades in the Boston Public Schools. Our classes align with the academic content and learning themes specific to our partner schools and classrooms, as well as the Common Core State Standards and National Visual Art Standards. ARCK uses art and arts integration to enhance the academic experience of our students while focusing on developing concepts like cultural diversity, identity, leadership skills, civic engagement and social justice.
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¹ Americans for the Arts. (2017). “Arts & Economic Prosperity 5: The Economic Impact of Nonprofits and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences in the State of Massachusetts.” Retrieved from www.AmericansForTheArts.org
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