For nearly 50 years, the Continuing Studies Program at Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University (KCAD) in Grand Rapids, MI has offered non-credit art and design-related courses for youth, adults, and professionals in the community. KCAD Continuing Studies Instructors have the artistic knowledge and real-world experience that will improve their student's skills and the way their students think about their own creative potential.
Current teaching assignments are needed for Summer 2018 in our adult/professional program, and youth day camps for the following: innovation (adult/youth/professional), photography (adult/youth/professional), marketing/branding (professional), robotics, stop motion animation (youth), video game design (youth), fashion illustration (youth), sewing (adult/youth), web coding (youth), STEAM (youth) incorporating science, math, technology, engineering, with art. Instructors must be able to create curriculum for these courses as well as teach.
College course work in, or related to, area of emphasis.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in area of emphasis. K-12 teaching certification or advanced degree in studio art or a closely related field. Prior teaching experience.
Proposed Salary: Paid per class ($450 for 6-week class, $525 for 7-week class, etc.)
Location: Kendall College of Art & Design of Ferris State University - Grand Rapids
Internal Number: 29330
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