Monday, April 18, 2011
Architecture Instructors Needed for Summer Architecture Camps!
Camps begin June 13 and end August 19If you are interested in applying for a position, please see the application guidelines below.
It is the responsibility of the instructor to plan lessons to align with camp descriptions and make sample projects of what the students will be expected to do. The instructor is responsible for leading classroom activities and making sure all students engaged in the activities. The instructor works with a classroom assistant, who can help prepare materials, work with students, and take students to the bathroom. In addition to instruction, summer camp instructors are responsible for taking photographs of camps, documenting projects, and assisting with other administrative and organizational tasks as required.
The Instructor position is a joint appointment between the Carnegie Museum of Art and the School of Architecture. The hours of the position will vary each week and will range from 20 to 40 hours. In general, instructors are scheduled to teach every other week and will be doing other tasks in the weeks they are not teaching.
ABOUT THE SCHEDULE
Summer Camps are one week in length (with the exception of the high school camp), and may be mornings, afternoons, or all day. Morning camps require instructors to arrive at the museum by 8 a.m. and you¹re done at noon students arrive at 9 and leave at 11:30. Afternoon camps require instructors to arrive at the museum by 11:30 a.m., ending at 4 students arrive at 12:30 and leave at 3. All day camps are from 8 4 for instructors, 9-3 for students. Instructor meetings happen once or twice a week from 4-5 p.m. There is an instructor orientation in late May/early June.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit your resume and cover letter (including a description of your experience working with children) to Kelly Lyons no later than Wednesday, April 27 at noon. Interviews will be scheduled during the first week of finals.