36 Bromfield StreetSuite #301
Boston, MA 02108
Date Posted: April 19, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
Teaching Artists will lead and co-teach with classroom teachers in a classroom setting and assist in mentoring ARCK’s education interns.
Teaching Artists must have a BA or MFA
Someone who can work with classroom teachers in-school during the day
A teaching certificate is preferred, but not necessary
Experience working with children in grades K-8, particularly in urban schools, preferred
Ability and willingness to commute to different schools in the city of Boston
A cover letter explaining your approach to teaching your art form and how your philosophy fits with ARCK's.
A current resume
If you are selected for an interview, we would also require a lesson plan sample that fits ARCK’s mission, which you would demo in our office.
Please no phone calls and no office visits without prior arrangement to meet with ARCK’s staff.
Art Resource Collaborative for Kids (ARCK) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides arts integration programming to k-8 grades in the Boston Public Schools. Our classes align with the academic content and learning themes specific to our partner schools and classrooms, as well as the Common Core State Standards and National Visual Art Standards. ARCK uses art and arts integration to enhance the academic experience of our students while focusing on developing concepts like cultural diversity, identity, leadership skills, civic engagement and social justice.
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