Lead Teacher for Arts Summer Camp
The Cape Conservatory seeks a lead teacher for a dynamic,
interdisciplinary summer camp! This unique program incorporates both the visual
arts and music, for students, ages 8-12. Camp is organized in weekly sessions
(Monday-Friday), for three hours each day and runs for 6 weeks, from July 8th-August
16th. Weekly themes and basic program outline are developed by the
Conservatory’s Curriculum Manager. The selected candidate with work with the
Curriculum Manager to design and implement specific activities and projects. We
are in search of two candidates, for our Falmouth and West Barnstable campuses,
respectively. Those with experience as
classroom teachers are especially encouraged to apply, but all educational
backgrounds are welcome!
· Experienced with teaching elementary/middle school-aged children
· A basic (or more!) background in both music and the visual arts
· Collaborative attitude
· Fun and personable disposition with children
· Flexible and reliable
· Detail-oriented and able to stay on a schedule
How To Apply:
Send a resume and brief statement of interest to Mary George at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
January 21, 2019
Dependent upon experience
About this Organization:
A dynamic organization committed to inspiring joy through the arts, Cape Arts & Entertainment (CA&E) is the largest arts nonprofit on Cape Cod and the parent organization of both the Cape Symphony and the Cape Conservatory, having merged these two organizations in 2010. Founded in 1961, the Cape Symphony has an annual audience of more than 27,000. Employing 63 professional musicians and nine professional and administrative staff, it is the second largest symphony orchestra in the state of Massachusetts. Founded in 1956, the Cape Conservatory serves more than 1,200 music, art, and dance students, employing 65 professional teaching artists and nine professional staff at two locations in West Barnstable and Falmouth, Massachusetts.