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Teaching Artist/Group Leader (Jackson Heights, Queens and Bedstuy, Brooklyn)

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Salary $10-$20 per hour based on degree, qualifications and experience
Type of Opportunity Full Time or Part Time
Location Jackson Heights Queens or in Bedstuy Brooklyn
Field of Study Liberal Arts, Arts, Teaching
Degree Wanted None Required
Special Skills & Requirements The dates for summer program are as follows: July 1st through August 15th, Monday to Friday (Full Time and Part Time hours are available. Training will occur June 26th, 27th, and 30th from 10:30-6:30pm. There is potential for more permanent employment teaching your discipline in the after school program during the school year. Bilingual Spanish/English or English/Bengali strongly preferred.
Company Name Hispanic Faily Services of New York
Contact: 315 Wyckoff Ave, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Website: Helen Yung
About the Company: The Arts and Literacy After School and Summer Program addresses the educational needs of Bushwick children by providing them with opportunties to create, think, communicate, and problem solve. Program activities build literacy in the widest sense of the word through creative writing, the visual arts, theater, photography, video, creative movement, music, martial arts, media literacy, gardening, and Yoga. The interdisciplinary curriculum builds upon the children's interests and strengths, using the same effective, holistic, multicultural approach which is the hallmark of all of the Coalition's programs. The program also offers art therapy, monthly Family Arts Nights with family literacy workshops, support for families, family educational trips, apprenticeships for neighborhood high school students, and comprehensive services through the agency's other programs. The program operates out of Public Schools 116, 377 and 123 in Bushwick Brooklyn. In Queens in operates out of Public School 92 in Corona and Public School Q377 in Elmhurst.
How To Apply: To apply send resume and cover letter to Applicants will not be considered without a cover letter. Indicate your borough of preference.
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