PO Box 130255
Boston, MA 02113
Date Posted: January 14, 2020
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
NEMPAC is seeking a Summer Meet the Instruments Director and Lead Instructor for July 27-31 for a children's program ages 4 - 6 & 7-9. Students enrolled commit to a half-day program from 9 a.m - 12 p.m (ages 4-6) or 1 - 4 p.m (ages 7-9).
The program director for the Meet the Instruments Workshop will create an interactive and engaging curriculum that explores various instruments and instrument families. This includes working with the Educational Programs Director to select and hire "specialists" for each day's instrument. Each day will highlight a specific instrument or family through play, crafts (as applicable), and lessons. Before and during the camp week, the director is responsible for communicating with families about the details of the camp and what they can expect each day. They will send photos or videos of something they did each day to give parents an idea about what the kids are doing during the workshop.
Monday - Friday - 8:15a.m - 5p.m
Purchases all materials and snacks needed for the camp activities
Creates daily schedules and leads all activities when specialists aren’t teaching.
Ensures the safety of all students and staff
Runs Early drop off (8:30-9 a.m) and late pick up (4-5p.m)
Manages daily check-in and check out
Works with NEMPAC admin to ensure all program requirements are met
E-mails communication to parents at least two weeks prior to camp with full details of the week’s activities, expectations, rules/policies & schedule.
Mid-week e-mail/newsletter to parents including a few pictures from the class
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