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Baltimore Youth Arts Seeks Visual Arts Instructor - Rockville

Baltimore Youth Arts is hiring for a VISUAL ARTS instructor to facilitate an 8 week program at the Alfred D Noyes Children's Center in Rockville, MD. Classes will take place on Fridays from 5pm-7pm starting on March 5.

The Alfred D. Noyes Children's Center is a co-ed facility that houses detained young men and woman.

Responsibilities include:
+ Develop 2 four-week class plans for two separate groups of youth. *Due to materials restrictions, classes should focus on 2-dimensional fine art projects
+ Engage youth of varied ages (between 12-18) and skill levels
+ Track participant attendance and submit to Program Director
+ Assist in the documentation and exhibition of student work

Skills and Qualifications:
+ Minimum of 6 months teaching experience with high-school age youth, preferably in a community setting
+ Active personal art practice

+ Willingness to participate in facilitator best-practice trainings that will take place at the BYA Community Studio in Baltimore
+ Access to a vehicle for transportation and up to date license
+ Patience, flexibility, humor and compassion!

Compensation: $25/hour

**All BYA staff, instructors and volunteers must be willing to have a criminal background check performed before engaging with youth.

To apply, please send a resume and work samples to Program Director, Gianna Rodriguez, at [email protected].

Employer Name:
Baltimore Youth Arts
Job Title:
Visual Arts Instructor
Employer Website:
Employer Contact Information:
[email protected]
Job Submission Requirements:
Please send resume and work samples (or link to portfolio) to Gianna Rodriguez, BYA Program Director, at [email protected]

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