Design Educators are hired and paid on a per program basis. Candidates must be willing to travel to program sites throughout the city and to collaborate with partner teachers to develop age-appropriate, sequential lessons that integrate architecture and design into classroom studies.
- Bachelors or Masters degree in architecture, design, engineering and/or arts education; Minimum two years experience leading hands-on art/design projects with youth groups in a school, museum or community setting; Excellent classroom management skills and ability to work with students of varying abilities;
- Familiarity with NY State Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts and Common Core Standards. Candidates will be asked to lead a demonstration lesson on a topic provided by the Center for Architecture. All Design Educators accepted for employment must attend an orientation session and be fingerprinted by the Department of Education before taking on a program in a New York City public school. CFAF will reimburse the fingerprinting fee. To
Apply: Interested candidates should submit:
- cover letter
- two sample lesson plans you have developed and taught on an architecture/design topic
Email materials to Catherine Teegarden, Director of Education at email@example.com. Indicate “Design Educator” in the subject of your email. No phone calls please. The Center for Architecture is an Equal Opportunity Employer.