Summer Camp Group Leader
SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS ARTS COLLABORATIVE
The 2021 SMARTS Summer Institute Multi-Arts program is looking for several energetic group leaders with experience and confidence in one or more of the arts...either creative writing, dance, drama, music or visual arts. If you have positive energy, a can-do attitude and an in-person and virtual presence that telegraphs enthusiasm for creativity and expression, we want to meet you!
Since 1986 the SMARTS Summer Institute has provided young people with an exciting, fun summer arts experience. The in-person 2021 Multi-Arts program for children grades K-8 takes place at Brennan Middle School, Attleboro, MA., July 6-July 31, 2021, 8:15 - 3:45 PM. Group leader responsibilities include overseeing and monitoring your group before, during and after each class taught by a teaching artist; assisting with health and safety procedures...bath-rooming, hand washing, mask wearing, cleaning your groups’ inside space surfaces periodically throughout the day; and working as part of the Creative Team to provide a safe, fun, arts centered summer experience. Group leader positions are open as community service or with a paid stipend. We strongly encourage you to check out our website and facebook page to view past summer program pictures and videos. www.facebook.com/SMARTSCollab
If you are interested in applying, email a letter of interest. Include answers to the following: Why do you want to work at SMARTS Summer Institute? What is your arts experience...creative writing, dance, drama, music, or visual arts? What is your experience working with young children ages 5-12?
*Covid-19 safety guidelines will be place. Masks and social distancing required.
Email letter of interest to Sherye Weisz, Executive Director
About SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS ARTS COLLABORATIVE
PO BOX 356, ATTLEBORO, MA 02703, US
Recognized across the Commonwealth since 1986, the Southeastern Massachusetts Arts Collaborative, better known as SMARTS, is a year round organization dedicated to the arts and creativity. SMARTS is a 501 (c)3 organization governed by a board of directors and funded in part by its member districts - Attleboro, Dighton, Mansfield, and Rehoboth. SMARTS programs take place during the school year and summer in school and community settings and offer architectural design, creative writing, dance, drama, film/video, instrumental, vocal, and visual arts with a focus on the creative process, developing imagination, and collaboration.
Since 1986, SMARTS has provided student and community programs and events, professional development, partnerships and alliances with local, regional, and state educational institutions and strong advocacy for arts education in our schools. SMARTS goals are to enhance the learning process, expand opportunities and student potential, and encourage young people to trust their own vision and voice. SMARTS is concerned with the quality of our society, about creating and maintaining a sense of community and about making learning exciting and accessible to all.