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Check out available jobs & volunteer programs at LBIF:


SUMMER CAMP INSTRUCTOR – Teen Arts 

(3/19/2020)

The LBIF is looking for an energetic and artistic professional to teach our Teen Arts camp (Ages 13-16). Candidates must have a strong command of the classroom, be able to multi-task and keep campers engaged and wanting to learn more. This camp is open to all skill levels, while also giving our young, aspiring artists the opportunity to build a professional portfolio. Applicants must have a minimum of 1 to 2 years’ experience in the field or have recently completed their degree. Experience working with children is a plus. Candidates will be responsible for directing the flow of the classroom and maintaining structure while allowing room for creative freedom. Must be able to follow and implement a weekly lesson plan. The instructor will be responsible for coming up with project ideas suitable for the skill level and age of the teens, following the aforementioned lesson plan structure.

** Candidates must also be able to work with a variety of mediums in order to create a diverse artistic learning experience for the students (painting, drawing, photoshop, videos, etc). This is a part-time, seasonal position. Candidates must be available between the hours of 8:30am-12:15pm, Mondays & 8:15am-12:15pm, Tuesdays – Fridays from June 29th – August 28th.

In addition, please attach a portfolio of your work or a link to an online portfolio and state what discipline you specialize in.

Great for teachers looking for part-time, summer work!

Apply Online

SUMMER CAMP INSTRUCTOR: Creative Arts & Crafts (CAC) 

(3/19/2020)

The LBIF is looking for an energetic and artistic professional to teach our Creative Arts & Crafts Camp (Ages 7-12). Candidates must have a strong command of the classroom, be able to multi-task and keep campers engaged and wanting to learn more. Applicants must have a minimum of 1 to 2 years’ experience in the field or have completed their degree in art. Experience working with children is a plus. Candidates will be responsible for directing the flow of the classroom and maintaining structure while allowing room for creative freedom. Must be able to follow and implement a weekly lesson plan. The instructor will be responsible for coming up with project ideas suitable for the skill level and age of the campers, following the aforementioned lesson plan structure.

** Candidates must also be able to work with a variety of mediums in order to create a diverse artistic learning experience for the students (painting, drawing, sculpting, etc.). This is a part-time, seasonal position. Candidates must be available between the hours of 8:30am-12:15pm, Mondays & 8:45am-12:15pm, Tuesdays – Fridays from June 29th – August 28th.

In addition, please attach a portfolio of your work or a link to an online portfolio and state what discipline you specialize in.

Great for teachers looking for part-time, summer work!

Apply Online

Summer 2020 Internships

Internship applications open until: April 10, 2020

Interning with the LBIF is a rewarding experience designed to give real-world understanding of working in a non-profit cultural organization. The LBIF has several internship programs available in areas ranging widely within the organization. If you are a Senior in High School or an undergraduate in college, please consider joining our team as a committed intern, ready to help promote and serve LBIF’s mission. Our summer season is a busy one and we can offer valuable experience to help prepare you for college or gain additional experience while you are in college. Take a moment and read through our internship opportunities, qualifications, and requirements to see if interning at the LBIF is right for you.

> Camp
> Art Gallery Assistants
> Ceramics
> Performing Arts
> Tennis
> Front Desk
> Accounting
> Graphic Design
> Photography
> Special Events Planning
> Social Media

INTERN QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS

  • Fully reliable with accessible transportation mandatory
  • Must possess the ability to work independently and within a team environment
  • Resourceful, creative, and a self-starter
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Adept at multi-tasking
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient with PC-based programs (MS Word, Excel, etc.). Some positions may require additional program knowledge requirements.
  • Our summer intern positions are unpaid
  • All interns must be able to commit to a weekly schedule with a minimum of 10hrs/week
  • Interns may be asked to bring their own laptops.

List of available summer internships coming winter 2019.

To apply for a position at the LBIF please send a Cover Letter with your Resume to: office@lbifoundation.org


Volunteer

Learn more about the ways in which you can volunteer with LBIF by visiting the Become a Volunteer section!

 

Teaching Positions

Teaching at the LBIF is a rewarding experience.  If you are interested in teaching at the LBIF, please contact us.  We are always looking to expand our offerings with exciting new teachers and classes!

Non-discrimination Policy:

The LBIF is committed to a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We do not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identification, national origin, religion, race, sexual orientation, economic status or status as veterans. The LBIF welcomes all to our organization.

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