2022 Seasonal Summer Camp Co-Director

Reports to: Education Coordinator & Executive Director

FLSA status: NonExempt

Position summary:  

The primary purpose of this position is to oversee programming for PCA&M’s Summer Camp initiative, which includes 10 weeks of immersive studio and media arts camps serving up to 1,000 students annually. This position will share responsibilities with a Co-Director, essentially directing the season’s entire educational program, and ensuring that all curricula runs smoothly as programmed. This position will oversee an assistant director, summer camp assistants, and any volunteers. In order to succeed at this position, the candidate must be a self-starter, creative problem-solver, and passionate educator. 

Essential functions and responsibilities:

Physical demands and work environment:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Work Days and Shifts:

Position is required to work varying schedules during Summer Art Camp open hours Monday – Friday. Incumbent must be available for all ten weeks of our summer camps.

Education/Certification(s)/License(s) required:

Experience/Other required:

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Winter 2022 Instructor Application

Looking for a flexible, part-time teaching opportunity working primarily with adult students? Do you have experience in printmaking, media arts, or metals/jewelry? Apply to be an instructor at PCA&M!

Please fill out the application below, including your resume/CV and up to three pitches for classes you’d be interested in teaching with us. For an idea of what we offer, please visit our course catalog, though we’re always looking for new and innovative classes to offer our students, so please don’t feel restricted by our current offerings. Your pitch should include a course name and short description, a tentative supply list, how many sessions the class would be, and the skill level. 

Information about our classes: We serve 200-400 students per 8-week term (pre-COVID). Unlike universities, our terms are seasonal, so we have four per year. We hold evening classes Monday – Thursday from 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM, and daytime classes Monday – Saturday, at 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM or 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. It is rare that we offer classes outside of these timeframes. Instructors are independent contractors, and while we don’t operate off of a set curriculum, we do prefer that instructors have experience creating classes and lesson plans. The winter term will begin in late January.

 

Application Deadline for Winter Term is September 3, 2021. 

 

Winter 2022 Instructor Application

Winter 2022 Instructor Application

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