The Art League School’s Summer Art Camp is currently searching for interns for Summer 2017! Interns act as classroom aides to teaching artists during the course of the summer. They are also responsible for basic camp functions such as assistance with class set ups, class coordination, and helping to evaluate the effectiveness of classes offered. Interns are trained and directly supervised by the camp coordinator. Campers range from ages 5 to 11, and art projects are done in a variety of fine art media. Interns will have the opportunity to create and teach their own lesson towards the end of the summer.
Camp begins June 19, 2017 and ends August 20, 2017. Hours are 8:30 am–4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Internships are unpaid, with stipends for interns who work over 200 hours.
A background in art is recommended. Interested candidates should send a resume and letter of interest noting any teaching and/or experience with children to email@example.com.
Unpaid internships are available throughout the year for assisting in the gallery. A gallery internship provides great work experience where you not only gain direct experience working in the visual arts arena, but also learn about the business operations of the gallery. It can also fulfill collegiate intern requirements for both undergraduate and graduate programs. For more information, call 703-683-1780.
Art Camp instructors needed
The Art League’s Summer Art Camp is seeking new teaching artists. Applicants should have a strong fine art background and experience working with/teaching children. Resumes and letters of interest highlighting past teaching experience, along with proposed lesson plans can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Art League employs a staff of approximately 30 full- and part-time employees in its five departments: Administration, Development, School, Gallery, and Store. Most of our staff is connected in some way to the arts, particularly the visual arts, but the skill sets needed for the various positions held are fine arts administration.
Advertised job opportunities will always appear on this page; however, you may apply for a position at any time. Our Human Resources Specialist keeps resumes on file and is always looking for the right candidates for possible employment. Resumes may be faxed to Margaret Cerutti, at 703-683-0167 or emailed to email@example.com, Attn: Human Resources.
Have an idea for a class you want to teach? Applications should include several slides, tifs or jpegs of current work, a cover letter with statement of intent, and resumé. Applications should be addressed to School Director, Kathi Cohen, at The Art League School, 105 North Union Street Alexandria, VA 22314, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.