SMARTS Collaborative

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

Date Posted:
January 30, 2019

Region:
Eastern Massachusetts

Category:
Education/Instruction

Type:
Seasonal

Visual Art Teacher

Description:

Looking for the perfect summer teaching position? For 30 years, SMARTS Summer Institute has been providing kids and teens with an exciting and explorative arts experience. We are looking for a dynamic Visual Arts Teacher to plan and implement visual art projects for grades K-1, 2-4, 5-8, and 9-12. The ideal candidate will be passionate about working with children and the arts. 


Visit www.smartscollab.org to learn more about SMARTS Summer Institute.


Professional Perks:

-Tuition waiver for Parent Teachers with children K-12.

-Classroom teaching experience for college students, great for resume.

Qualifications:
  • Must be available July 8 - August 2, 2019 M-F 8am-4pm

  • BFA or BA preferred. We will accept applications from college students with relevant experience.

  • Experience teaching in a classroom setting

  • Strong classroom management

  • Passion for working with young people in a fun/interactive way

  • Sense of humor is a plus!

How To Apply:
Send a resume and cover letter to info@smartscollab.org.
Apply by:
February 15, 2019
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.