More than just an art class.

Employment Opportunities


Updated October 17, 2020

We are looking for experienced art teachers for children aged 2-8 to teach in-person group classes and private lessons.


Art Teacher for children aged 4-8

Number of 1-hour classes per week: 2-10
Start date: March or April 2021
We are looking for teachers to conduct 1-hour, weekly, in-person art classes at students homes and organizations/schools for children aged 4-8. The maximum class size is 8 children. Lesson plans are provided, or use your own. Teach between 2-10 classes per week. Classes are usually between the hours of 3-5pm, Monday-Friday or Saturday mornings. You choose which days of the week you want to work. Do all prep and clean up for classes. Shop for supplies when necessary; you will be reimbursed for purchases. Must have car to get to different locations and transport supplies for classes.
 
Requirements:
2+ years experience teaching art to children aged 4-8 or 2+ years experience as a preschool or Kindergarten teacher. Ability to manage a classroom of 8 young children. Art degree or teaching degree is a plus, but not required. Ability and willingness to work in person at others' homes. Wearing a mask is required, as well as other COVID precautions.
 
Competitive pay is offered. You are paid per class. There are no benefits or paid days off.
 

Art Teacher for 2-4-year-old Mommy/Daddy & Me classes

Number of 1-hour classes per week: 1-5
Start date: ASAP

We are looking for teachers to conduct 1-hour, weekly, in-person art classes at students homes or in organizations/schools for 2-4-year-old Mommy/Daddy & Me classes. Lesson plans are provided. Apprentice with Jen for 1-2 months and then lead your own classes.

The maximum class size is 10 children. Teach between 1-5 classes per week. Classes are usually at 10-11am, Monday-Friday. Some afternoon classes are possible. You choose which days of the week you want to work. Do all prep and clean up for classes. Shop for supplies when necessary; you will be reimbursed for purchases. Must have car to get to different locations and transport supplies for classes.

 
Requirements:

Experience working with small children aged 2-5. Experience teaching art or as an artist. Art degree is a plus, but not required. Comfortable directing children and parents in activities and proper class/group behavior. Ability and willingness to work in person at others' homes. Wearing a mask is required, as well as other COVID precautions.

 
You are paid per class. There are no benefits or paid days off.

To apply, please send your resume and an email cover letter expressing your interest in Young at Art to:

Jen Kaplan
Young at Art Studio Inc., President
info@youngatartworkshop.com
914-723-9229