SMARTS Collaborative

P.O. Box 356
Attleboro, MA 02703
www.smartscollab.org
info@smartscollab.org

Date Posted:
August 14, 2019

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Education/Instruction

Type:
Seasonal

February Vacation Workshop Teacher

Description:
SMARTS is looking for an energetic Teaching Artist with varied arts and classroom experience to create and teach a 4 day multi-arts program for students grades K-4, February 18-21, 9-2:00 PM. Contract teachers, teaching artists, recent college graduates and current college students are encouraged to apply.
Qualifications:

We seek someone with classroom management skills, art/design teaching ability, a love for young children and energy, passion, and free spirit to make this a fun vacation program. Contract teachers, teaching artists, recent college graduates and current college students are encouraged to apply.

· Experience and passion working with elementary school children in the arts and/or STEAM (school or camp ok - any formal or informal classroom)

· Available February 18-21, 8:45-2:15PM.

· Reliable transportation.

· Entrepreneurial spirit and a sense of fun!

· Ability to make the 4 day commitment 

· Must pass state-mandated background check.

How To Apply:
Send a resume and cover letter outlining your experience, interest, qualifications and what excites you about working with children, the arts and/or STEAM to info@smartscollab.org
Apply by:
October 01, 2019
Salary:
Based on experience
About this Organization:
Recognized across the Commonwealth since 1986, the Southeastern Massachusetts Arts Collaborative, better known as SMARTS, is a year round non-profit organization dedicated to the arts and creativity. This dynamic multifaceted arts organization provides people of all ages with discipline-based and interdisciplinary training, education and performance experiences in creative writing, dance, drama, film/video, music, vocal, visual arts, and computer arts, under the guidance of some of New England’s finest artists. SMARTS offers programs and events for students and community; professional development for teachers and administrators; partnerships and alliances with local, regional, and state arts organizations and universities; and strong advocacy for arts education in our schools.