Dragonfly Designs: Job Openings in Art Education
Are you interested in working with young children and teens in art education? Do you have the skills, creativity, and enthusiasm to teach various jewelry-making techniques in a culturally diverse environment? Dragonfly Designs is currently seeking interested applicants in jewelry instructor positions for after-school enrichment programs, camps, and birthday parties in the San Francisco Bay Area. Most immediately, they are looking to hire teachers for their fall after-school enrichment classes which will begin at the end of August. See below for more information and how to get involved!
- Dragonfly Designs is an art education company that specializes in teaching jewelry making, mixed media, painting, textiles & fiber arts, yoga, and dance to both children and adults.
- They teach the following types of jewelry-making techniques in their camps and classes: beading, wire work, metalsmithing, stamping & dapping, copper etching, resin, enameling, and more.
- They are specifically looking for students from the jewelry program who are interested in helping them develop their curriculum and to teach these skills to children – they’ve been doing this in the Bay Area for 13 years!
- Dragonfly already employs many international students and graduates from the Academy of Art University and beyond.
- Bilingual skills a plus! They teach programs in English, Mandarin, and Spanish and are always looking for native speakers of these languages.
- For further details, download the flyer below or contact Dragonfly Designs Owner, Stacee Gillelen, at email@example.com. To apply directly, complete the Employment Application form here.
Dragonfly Designs is a family-owned/operated business located in the San Francisco Bay Area with a service area that expands out to San Diego. In addition to making handmade jewelry, the company provides after-school enrichment classes, jewelry-making parties, private events, camps, and classes to adults and children. Dragonfly Designs' programs seek to foster a sense of individuality and encourage children to think "outside the box." They work to provide a sense of accomplishment, consciousness, and individuality that empowers children to effect positive change within themselves and their communities through art-based education.