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EmployArtists in Residence; Youth STARTS program

What is the program?    
The Ross Ragland has partnered with Klamath City and County schools to create an artists in schools project. Well qualified Artists will travel to various school grades K-5 and present interactive performing arts lessons.  The goal of the Youth StARTS program is to integrate arts into the traditional classroom by structuring lessons around current curriculum.  We aim to support the Oregon CORE curriculum standards while inspiring passion for the arts.  Applying artistic concepts to material and engaging students more physically and personally will enhance all around learning and academic performance overall.

How does it work?
Artists will travel to various pre-selected classrooms and teach in 30-45 minute lessons.  Residencies run in three 8 week sessions. Artists will be placed at a different school each session.

Teaching Artist Requirements
Artists must be able to teach beginning concepts and build skill in their specific art form. Traveling artists must have a professional orientation as well as a background in vocal music and or theater performance.  Artists must like kids and have a passion for teaching.  Artists are responsible for travel; punctuality is of the utmost importance.  
Artists must be able to commit to at least 24 weeks of contracted work starting in early September.   
Contracted positions include up to 20 hours a week of classroom instruction.  Contracted artists will be paid at $30/per hour.
If interested please fill out application online.  

If interested please fill out application below.  Applicants must also submit a cover letter and resume. 

StARTS Application: Teaching_Artists_...n.1.pdf


CAMP COUNSELOR

Under the general supervision of the show Director.

Supervise and plan camp related activities for youth, aged 10-18. Assist camp instructors when necessary and provide support where it is needed on a day to day basis.

Essential Functions:

1. Attend organizational meetings each morning prior to beginning of camp.

2. Help with general daily camp functions such as: check-in, morning warm-ups, game time, relaxation and lunch/general supervision.

3. Regular attendance at work is an essential function of this position.

4. Provide support backstage during camp productions.

See more details in the job posting & Use General Application to apply: Camp Counselor

 

General Application: Employment_Application_PDF.pdf