Current Openings 


 

Internship: Gallery Intern position

Ideal start date for Intern: Immediately 
Hours (per week):  8 - 24
Length of Internship:  Sept – Dec (one semester)
For Credit (requires 120 hours in a semester):  Please specify in cover letter
Compensation: $50/week for 10 weeks

Job Description/Intern Duties: The Exhibitions internship is an opportunity to learn about exhibition design and related programming while providing valuable support to the Visual Arts Curator. The selected applicant will work closely with full-time staff on the presentation of artists in the Creative Alliance’s two galleries.  Candidates should be willing to tackle different tasks each day, both in tandem with the Visual Arts Curator, or with other full-time staff, and independently based on the needs of the project.  

Ongoing responsibilities include:

  • Organize information regarding exhibiting artists (biographies, images, artist statements, label information, etc.)
  • Assist the full-time staff and exhibiting artists with installation and deinstallation of artwork
  • Manage receptions for artists
  • Act as an information liaison between the galleries and general public during selected high-profile special events

Through these activities he/she/they will assist in the creation of marketing material (press releases, show cards, information packets, etc.), web content, social media postings, and help develop related programming, such as gallery talks or workshops relating to the theme or content of each exhibition.  Interns will participate in every aspect of exhibition development and design. She/he will have the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the Creative Alliance’s Visual Arts Department.

Preferred Majors or Areas of Study: Studio Art, Art History, Arts Management, Curatorial Practice, Art Education, Marketing, Communications

Special Requirements: Candidates must have working knowledge of Office programs;  knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, In-Design, and Photoshop is preferred; knowledge of social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook; ability to perform physical labor (lift and sustain 50 lbs, accurately hammer a nail, carefully paint walls and pedestals, etc.) while closely following instructions;  ability to write and edit with attention to grammar and spelling;  good, conversational phone manners; self-driven, positive attitude;  the intern will be expected to work some Friday and Saturday evening receptions (typically ending by 8pm). 

Other Important Information: This internship will specifically focus on exhibitions and working with artists. Clerical work, including the production of labels, database entry and research, and some marketing (getting fliers distributed and posting on different social media platforms) work is involved. Transportation is a plus, but not a requirement. 

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to thomas@creativealliance.org


 

Internship: Workshop Intern position

Ideal start date for Intern: Immediately 
Hours (per week):  8 - 24
Length of Internship:  Sept – Dec (one semester)
For Credit (requires 120 hours in a semester): Please specify in cover letter
Compensation: $50/week for 10 weeks

Job Description/Intern Duties: The Workshops internship is an opportunity to learn about arts education and programming design while providing valuable support to the Visual Arts Curator. The selected applicant will work closely with full-time staff, resident artists, community-based artists, craftspeople, and instructors on the design, scheduling, and implementation of creative as well as professional development workshops. Candidates should be willing to tackle different tasks each day, both in tandem with the Visual Arts Curator, or other full-time staff, and independently based on the needs of the project at hand.

Ongoing responsibilities include:

  • Research and assemble information on current and potential workshop instructors
  • Assist in design of workshop structures with instructors
  • Assist the full-time staff and instructors with workshop preparation and facilitation when necessary
  • Manage workshop schedule
  • Act as an information liaison between Creative Alliance and general public during selected high-profile workshop events

Through these activities he/she/they will assist in the creation of marketing material, web content, and social media postings related to scheduled workshops. Interns will leave having had a wealth of experience in every aspect of arts education program development and design. Additionally, she/he will make a significant contribution to the Creative Alliance’s Visual Arts Department.

Preferred Majors or Areas of Study: Art Education, Arts Management, Communications, Marketing, Curatorial Practice

Special Requirements: Candidates must have working knowledge of Office programs;  knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, In-Design, and Photoshop is preferred; knowledge of social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook; ability to perform physical labor (lift and sustain 50 lbs, ability to stand on your feet for two hours at a time, etc.) while closely following instructions;  ability to write and edit with attention to grammar and spelling;  good, conversational phone manners; self-driven, positive attitude;  the intern will be expected to work some Friday and Saturday evening workshops (typically ending by 8pm).

Other Important Information: This internship will specifically focus on helping to develop and promote art-based workshops. Interns will also have the opportunity to work with teaching artists. Clerical work, including database entry and research, occasional set-up and takedown of events, and some marketing work is involved. Transportation is a plus, but not a requirement.

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to thomas@creativealliance.org


 

Job Title:  Math Academic Teacher

Grade levels available: K-8th grade
Classification: Part-Time, Non-Exempt
Reports to: OST Site Director
Compensation: $30/hour
Location: Tench Tilghman E/M School. 600 N Patterson Park Ave
Dates: Oct 15- June 20 except 1st Monday of the month; Professional development and trainings TBD
Schedule: Tuesdays & Thursdays | 2:40-5:20PM

Overview: Creative Alliance provides comprehensive after school and enrichments programs to students in grades K-8. Students receive art and cultural enrichments, homework help, exercise, snack, and supper. We partner with various organizations and teaching artists to provide arts enrichment activities including theater, African drumming, dance, percussive music, ceramics, international arts, video and intramural sports. Our academic enrichment is led by certified BCPS teachers at Tench Tilghman who focus on improving math and language arts.

RESPONSIBILITIES (Math Academic Teacher)

  • Promote the mission of Creative Alliance and goals of OST Tench Tilghman
  • Attend mandatory trainings and professional development workshops
  • Develop after-school lessons to improve student support and performance
  • Supervise and conduct homework tutoring from 2:40-3:10pm
  • Work with school coach to develop extended learning curriculum for two classes a day; one session is 3:10-4:10pm and the second session is 4:20-5:20pm
  • Conduct student assessments for academics quarterly with support of supervisor
  • Supervise and delegate tasks to teaching assistants and/or volunteers
  • Report all concerns regarding youth performance
  • Implement incident reporting and safety protocols
  • Engage in professional development opportunities
  • Maintain an orderly and sanitary classroom
  • Other duties as needed by Creative Alliance Education Department

NOTE: This job description is not intended to be comprehensive. Employee may perform other related functions to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Requirements:

  • Passion for youth, arts and education
  • Two years’ experience
  • Enthusiasm for Creative Alliance’s mission and programs

To apply: Email resume, letter of interest with grade level(s), and two references by September 8 by 6PM to Education Director, Maria Gabriela Aldana at maria@creativealliance.org

Hire notifications are determined via email by September 21 2018.


 

Job Title: Language Arts Academic Teacher

Grade levels available: K-8th grade
Classification: Part-Time, Non-Exempt
Reports to: OST Site Director
Compensation: $30/hour
Location: Tench Tilghman E/M School. 600 N Patterson Park Ave
Dates: Oct 15- June 20 except 1st Monday of the month; Professional development and trainings TBD
Schedule: Mondays & Wednesdays | 2:40-5:20PM 

Overview: Creative Alliance provides comprehensive after school and enrichments programs to students in grades K-8. Students receive art and cultural enrichments, homework help, exercise, snack, and supper. We partner with various organizations and teaching artists to provide arts enrichment activities including theater, African drumming, dance, percussive music, ceramics, international arts, video and intramural sports. Our academic enrichment is led by certified BCPS teachers at Tench Tilghman who focus on improving math and language arts.

RESPONSIBILITIES (Language Arts Academic Teacher)

  • Promote the mission of Creative Alliance and goals of OST Tench Tilghman
  • Attend mandatory trainings and professional development workshops
  • Develop after-school lessons to improve student support and performance
  • Supervise and conduct homework tutoring from 2:40-3:10pm
  • Work with school coach to develop extended learning curriculum for two classes a day; one session is 3:10-4:10pm and the second session is 4:20-5:20pm
  • Conduct student assessments for academics quarterly with support of supervisor
  • Supervise and delegate tasks to teaching assistants and/or volunteers
  • Report all concerns regarding youth performance
  • Implement incident reporting and safety protocols
  • Engage in professional development opportunities
  • Maintain an orderly and sanitary classroom
  • Other duties as needed by Creative Alliance Education Department

NOTE: This job description is not intended to be comprehensive. Employee may perform other related functions to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Requirements:

  • Passion for youth, arts and education
  • Two years’ experience
  • Enthusiasm for Creative Alliance’s mission and programs

To apply: Email resume, letter of interest with grade level(s), and two references by September 8 by 6PM to Education Director, Maria Gabriela Aldana at maria@creativealliance.org

Hire notifications are determined via email by September 21 2018.


 

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