CALC’s extensive class and summer camp programs are educational and fun, and also encourage creative solutions to problem solving, build leadership skills, self-esteem, and confidence and through the visual arts. CALC’s robust youth art education program offers after school art classes and half-day and full-day summer art camps in our classrooms and throughout the Carlisle community in a variety of mediums.
CALC is seeking an enthusiastic and creative art teacher who shares these values and wants to make a difference in the lives of students and in our community.
Send resume to Becky Richeson, Executive Director, CALC, 38 W. Pomfret Street, PA 17013 or email@example.com
Ceramics Technician, Teacher, & Program Coordinator
35 hours per week, hourly
Carlisle Arts Learning Center is currently seeking a knowledgeable and experienced Ceramics Technician & Program Coordinator. The Ceramics Technician & Program Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the daily operations, order, safety, and cleanliness in the Ceramics Studio, mixing batch glazes, ordering materials, and working closely with staff members to develop programs to fulfill the Ceramics Studio mission and CALC's vision. The right candidate will be an excellent multi-tasker and problem solver with a solid ceramics background and an interest in teaching youth Art Classes both within ceramics and other mediums.
Maintain a clean and safe ceramic studio and smooth daily operations.
Load, set, and unload kilns, insuring that student's works are fired in a timely manner.
Monitor and mix glazes, adjust and maintain equipment, and make minor repairs.
Observe and enforce all safety and general rules of the Ceramics Studio, ensuring members are working properly within the Studio.
Offer technical and aesthetic assistance to users in order to enhance users' skills.
Work with Instructors on developing schedule for classes.
Train instructors and Independent Clay Studio members on following proper procedures in the ceramics studio.
Teach youth classes in ceramics, drawing, painting, and other mediums both at CALC and in offsite after school programs.
Summer Art Camp Assistant Coordinator Intern: Unpaid
May-August: 25-30 hours per week
CALC will work with intern’s summer break schedule and specific college internship requirements, including internship duration, number of hours, specific career interests and goals within a major. CALC is a vibrant art center with extensive education, gallery and outreach programs so additional duties can be honed to relate to intern’s major, career goals, and interests. CALC believes this is a growth opportunity for a college student and is willing to work with an intern to maximize learning and relevant experience.
Intern must desire to work with youth ages 5-15, be responsible, reliable, driven, a good decision maker, and believe the arts are an essential means for building for self-confidence, problem-solving skills and creativity—in addition to being fun! Intern does NOT have to be an art student or art major. Intern must have all required PA clearances prior to beginning.
The Summer Art Camp Assistant Coordinator will work closely with CALC’s Education Director to ensure that the summer camp program runs smoothly, effectively and that summer campers are safe at all times. Key duties of Assistant Coordinator will be to welcome summer campers, maintain emergency forms, be an assistant teacher, communicate with parents, manage camper snacks and sign-out campers at the end of the day. Other opportunities will be to learn the daily operations CALC and assist with various operational tasks.
Summer Camp Duties:
Assist camp instructors with projects, art supplies, and use of the space
Train high-school aged camp volunteers
Welcome campers and parents
Sign-out campers at end of day
Communicate with parents
Manage daily camp snacks
Monitor camp enrollment through Excel spreadsheets
Organize art supplies and classrooms
Make name tags for campers
Other duties as assigned
Be an enthusiastic member of the CALC team!
Welcome all visitors and students to CALC
Assist Administrative Assistant, Education Director, Gallery Director, Executive Director as needed
Speak with customers and students about upcoming classes and events at CALC
Complete customer sales
Assist with exhibit opening receptions and First Friday events
Place CALC’s upcoming events and exhibits on online community calendars
Send class and camp evaluations via email
Other duties as assigned