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2024 SMARTS Summer Institute Job Opportunities

 

 

 

DRAMA/THEATRE TEACHER

The 2024 SMARTS Summer Institute is looking for a dynamic DRAMA teacher with drama training and teaching experience with young children. The ideal candidate will have positive energy and presence that telegraphs enthusiasm, creativity in repertoire and a love of working with children grades K-8. Applications from BIPOC candidates are strongly encouraged. 

 

Since 1986 the SMARTS Summer Institute has provided young people with an exciting, fun summer arts experience. The in-person Multi-Arts program for children grades K-8 takes place at Brennan Middle School, Attleboro, MA, July 8–August 2, 2024, 8:15–3:45 PM. The Drama component is part of a multi-arts program for students grades K-8 with the focus on skill development and process. Divided in age/grade level groups, every student takes drama/musical theatre 4 times a week. The Drama teacher will have a student assistant and work collaboratively as one of the Creative Team, to develop a unique final presentation. Before applying please check out our website and facebook page to view past summer program pictures. www.smartscollab.org    www.facebook.com/SMARTSCollab

How To Apply:
Send a resume and cover letter outlining your drama experience with young children. Include your qualifications and what excites you about working with young children in drama. 

Email cover letter and resume by March 31, 2024

Subject line: 2024 SMARTS Summer Institute Candidate     info@smartscollab.org

 

Recognized across the Commonwealth since 1986, the Southeastern Massachusetts Arts Collaborative, better known as SMARTS, is a year round non-profit organization dedicated to the arts and the creative process. This dynamic multifaceted arts organization provides people of all ages with discipline-based and interdisciplinary training, education and performance experiences in architectural design, creative writing, dance, drama, film/video, music, vocal, visual arts, and STEAM, with a focus on the creative process, developing imagination, and collaboration. SMARTS offers programs and events for students and community, professional development,  partnerships with local, regional, and state arts organizations and universities, and strong advocacy for arts education in our schools.




 

 

2024 SMARTS Summer Institute   

Seeking Group Leaders  

Grades 10-12  

 

The 2024 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 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 2024 Multi-Arts program for children grades K-8 takes place at Brennan Middle School, Attleboro, MA, July 8–August 2, 2024, 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, 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. Before applying, check out our website and facebook page to view past summer program pictures.       www.smartscollab.org and 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… dance, drama, music, visual arts, etc? What is your experience working with young children ages 5-12?

 

Email letter of interest to SMARTS Group Leaders by March 31, 2024

info@smartscollab.org

 

Recognized across the Commonwealth since 1986, the Southeastern Massachusetts Arts Collaborative, better known as SMARTS, is a year round non-profit organization dedicated to the arts and the creative process. This dynamic multifaceted arts organization provides people of all ages with discipline-based and interdisciplinary training, education and performance experiences in architectural design, creative writing, dance, drama, film/video, music, vocal, visual arts, and STEAM, with a focus on the creative process, developing imagination, and collaboration. SMARTS offers programs and events for students and community, professional development,  partnerships with local, regional, and state arts organizations and universities, and strong advocacy for arts education in our schools.

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