What’s the job?
NART is looking for people to assist us in receiving various groups of children and adults. A workshop leader knows about the history of the house and is capable of guiding creative group workshops (e.g., crafting postcards with Kreenholm patterns using different print techniques). They should be able to conduct tours at exhibitions and initiate discussions on art-related topics within the groups. We provide guidance and educational program materials.
When will it happen?
We hope to have a small group of partners whom we can write – “Who can come next Wednesday at 3 PM to conduct an educational program for a 7th-grade class in Estonian?” Hopefully, some of our partners will be available at that time to carry out the program. Typically, programs would last 1-2 hours. We don’t know yet how often these workshop will happen, but we hope that eventually there will be 2-3 sessions every week. Workshop leaders will receive an hourly or session-based fee, we can either issue invoices or sign work contracts.
We prefer people who can work in two languages. We expect to have some partners who are proficient in Estonian, but it’s not a requirement for everyone.
Who is a good fit for?
This position is suitable for someone who is comfortable leading groups and enjoys working with children. It’s suitable for individuals with a bit of flexibility in their schedule and some free time. We hope to find partners who are willing to commit to working with us for at least 1-2 years.
How does it work?
We welcome interested individuals to send their letters soon – the sooner, the better, but no later than November 15th to email@example.com. Applicants should introduce themselves and provide information on their availability. We will then select our partners, and on November 22nd, we plan to have our first training session.