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After School Arts Instructor | Teach Kids, Make Art, Make A Difference

Waukesha Community Arts Project (WCAP) is looking for working artists to teach our after school art programs for the following classes:
- Creative Writing (Monday)
- Visual Arts (Tuesday and Wednesday)
- Dance (Friday)

WCAP is a nonprofit organization offering free after school art programs to middle school students. Our mission is to help adolescents reach their own potential by developing self-expression, creativity, problem-solving skills, leadership skills and community involvement through quality after-school art experiences.

The instructors will be responsible for planning the curriculum for an 8-10 week course in their chosen field. Curriculum level and subject matter should be appropriate for various skill levels of students in grades 6-8. Classes will meet once a week for Creative Writing, Drama, and Dance and twice a week for Visual Arts on the days listed above.

Each class should also have a community outcome at the end of the course such as a performance or gallery night with the help of other WCAP staff.

Instructors must attend class each week, as well as any additional rehearsals, performances, gallery nights, etc as needed depending on the class.

The teaching hours will be from 2:30-5:30 on the designated class days plus one hour of prep time per class, which is flexible. The first sessions begin the week of September 25th. We are currently accepting proposals for courses to fill all sessions for the 2017-2018 school year.

Pay is commensurate with experience.

For more information, please email Page Remmers at wcartproject@gmail.com or call (262) 408- 5482.

To apply please submit your resume along with a brief proposal of what you would be interested in teaching and any ideas you have for classes. If you are interested in teaching but are unsure of what topic would work well with our students, we are open to discussing options and brainstorming to find a good fit for our instructors and students.

Posted by: Emily Moritz

Emily Moritz
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