This is an excellent opportunity to get teaching artist training from some of the best artists in the region, as well as learn how an arts education program is run.
Intern duties include serving as a classroom assistant and communicating with teaching artists, parents, and students about administrative policies. Interns will be responsible for helping groups of 5 – 16 young people throughout their camp day. Responsibilities will include overseeing snack breaks, lunch and restroom breaks, cleaning up after students, and classroom participation.
Interns serve as a liaison between the artistic and administrative aspects of the Community School of the Arts. As such, interns will have the opportunity to observe and assist accomplished teaching artists. In the classroom, interns can expect to learn classroom management techniques, time management and lesson planning skills, as well as various games and activities to be used in numerous classroom settings.
This is an excellent resume-builder for those who are interested in pursuing a career in the arts, education or arts education, as well as an excellent opportunity to network with some of Kansas City’s most highly respected artists.
Student age groups include: 4-6, 7-9, and 10-13 year olds
Interns are paid minimum wage ($8.60/hr).
Work-study opportunities may also be available through your college or university.
Please submit all inquiries and applications (cover letter and resume) to:
Janell Rinne, Community School of the Arts Coordinator
Kansas City Young Audiences
3732 Main St.
Kansas City, MO 64111
or Email: email@example.com
For more information about KCYA and our instructors, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.