CARROLLWOOD CULTURAL CENTER HIRING TEACHERS AND CAMP INSTRUCTORS
February 4, 2014 (Tampa, FL) – The Carrollwood Cultural Center, located at 4537 Lowell Road in Tampa, is hiring teachers and camp instructors. The arts-based nonprofit organization currently offers approximately 60 classes during any given time, ranging from art to Zumba®, and would like to double that number by the end of the year.
The Center is equipped with studio space for art (painting, drawing, etc.), ceramics, computer-based programs, dance, piano and theatre, in addition to several multi-purpose rooms for other classroom-orientated courses like foreign language and creative writing.
Each year, the Center introduces new classes contingent upon who is available to teach. Several classes have been part of the curriculum since 2008.
Students submit requests for anything from acrylic painting to Spanish. Dance, piano, watercolor painting and drawing are also popular.
While the majority of the classes currently offered target adults, the Center has a need to increase the number of classes offered to toddlers, elementary school children, tweens and teenagers.
In addition, the Center is also searching to qualified instructors to help with the Summer Camp program. The camp program, much like the classes, is also arts-based with an educational component.
The Center looks for people who are experts in their particular subject with a proven ability to instruct. Interested camp instructors should apply by February 28 to be considered. Interested teachers who want to teach throughout the year can apply any time.
For more information, please call Beth LaBaren-Root at (813) 269-1310 or email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.