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

STEAM Instructor

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 adynamic STEAM Instructor who uses the arts as an access point to facilitate learning experiences around science, technology, engineering, arts and math. The ideal candidate will design, prepare, and deliver thought-provoking, open-ended, fun projects for children grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-12. This candidate should also 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.