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Family Co-Op Description Spring 2013
Family Programs is seeking two-three Co-op Interns for the Spring Semester. Please see attached application information.
The Civics Program seeks qualified applicants for the position of Part-Time Museum Educator. This position requires extensive travel throughout Chicagoland and applicant must provide own transportation; employee will be reimbursed for all business miles driven according to the standard IRS mileage reimbursement rate. This individual will facilitate the onboard experience for the traveling museum, while promoting various resources to help educators integrate a Freedom Express visit into their classroom curriculum. The applicant should have strong facilitation skills, the ability to communicate effectively, and basic knowledge of civics, government, and/or U.S. history or willingness to learn more about these topics. This position begins in August and the time commitment is 1-2 days per week. The hourly rate for this job is $15.
Please visit www.McCormickFoundation.org or click the Microsoft Word link below for a detailed position description and information on how to apply. To learn more about the Robert R. McCormick Foundation and the Civics Program, visit us online at www.McCormickFoundation.org/Civics.
Museum Educator Civics Program Part Time.doc
Co-operative Education Opportunities in the Museum Education Depart...
TEACHER PROGRAMS: Workshop Assistant
This internship supports the division of Teacher Programs, combining behind the scenes support, working directly with local teachers in the museum, and additional experiences tailored to the interests and expertise of the student intern. Primary duties include:
Co-operative Education Opportunities in the Museum Education Department at the Art Institute of Chicago Summer 2012
TEACHER PROGRAMS: Outreach and Resource Assistant
Preschool Art Teacher at Magic Minds Studio
We currently have an opening for a preschool teacher at our art based studio. This position requires the candidate to experiment with different art techniques and teach children the basics (alphabet, numbers, shapes, colores) through art.
Hours: Mon-Thur 8:30 - 1:00 pm
Associate Museum Educator to the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Associate Museum Educator for Studio Programs directs, co-plans, implements, teaches, and evaluates programs that take place throughout The Metropolitan Museum of Art's spaces with the aim to engage young and adult audiences with artistic processes, connect contemporary ideas with past traditions, and help visitors explore art through a wide range of modalities and from a variety of perspectives. S/he establishes strategic directions for Studio Programs at the Met in order to set artistic processes and methods within cultural and historic contexts, deepen artists' own creative practice, and connect living artists with the Museum. The Associate Educator establishes relationships within the Museum, with the broader arts community, and builds audiences for these programs through active outreach. S/he supervises one staff member as well as a range of contract educators and teaching artists; s/he reports to the Managing Museum Educator for Gallery and Studio Programs.
Director of Education at the The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Develop, implement, manage, and lead a comprehensive education program that advances the museum’s mission, while taking a holistic and multi-disciplinary approach to engaging a diverse audience.
Senior Educator for the Frye Art Museum
The Frye Art Museum seeks a dynamic, experienced, and forward-thinking educator to partner with the Senior Deputy Director (Head of Education), museum staff and with our diverse community to conceive and direct arts engagement programs that redefine and transform the relationship between the Museum and the communities it serves and between the viewer and the multi-disciplinary art it exhibits. Candidates should send cover letter and resume with "Senior Educator" in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Internships available at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum
The Teaching Intern(s) will have the opportunity to teach children’s art workshops during the summer that take place on Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Interns will gain experience teaching, working with children and youth, creating activities, materials preparation, and overall curriculum design. Valued attributes of qualifying interns include the ability to: pitch in and help in varied circumstances; operate intelligently, responsibly and independently; and maintain a sense of humor. In addition: ability to communicate both the joys and techniques of art-making in a variety of media; ability to effectively revise plans, problem-solve, and remain committed throughout the program. Experience and/or interest in working with children and youth required. Additional Responsibilities may include: • Promotion of the program including design, creation, and distribution of materials. • Communication with parents & families • Set up and breakdown of work area and materials preparation • General activities creation • Care of participants while at the Museum Children’s Art Adventures participants are aged 6-12 and interns will be working with a MA-certified lead teacher. Internship can include parts of the general education internship depending on interns’ interests and availability. What you will gain: Experience working with children and youth in a professional studio environment, with access to 5 galleries of revolving exhibitions. Experience working collaboratively and independently in museum, studio, and/or office environments for a non-profit arts organization. The opportunity to study with professional artists on Cape Cod. This is an unpaid position. Compensation includes a one year membership to PAAM, participation in two summer workshops, and a recommendation letter. Interns report to Grace Ryder-O’Malley, Program Administrator, Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Museum School. Schedule: Teaching interns must commit to a minimum of the eight weeks during which Children’s Art Adventures takes place. Application Procedures Please read internship information carefully before applying. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to: Grace Ryder-O’Malley, Program Administrator LOWF Museum School, PAAM 460 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA 02657 email@example.com Application Deadline Applications are received and accepted on an ongoing basis. Have Questions? Email is the preferred way to get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Camp Art Counselor at Camp Chipinaw
Camp Chipinaw is looking for motivated students to join our staff for the 2012 summer season. We are looking specialty counselors in our arts dept. which include ceramics, sculpture, stained glass, silkscreen, knitting, rocketry, model making, drawing & painting, metal jewelry, woodworking, computers, video, photography and many many more. Spend your summer in the beautiful Catskill Mountains of New York teaching and being a role model to campers between the ages of 7-16. Full room and board provided, plus competitive salary. Apply online at www.chipinaw.com or call us at 954-227-7700.
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