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Coaches looking for summer jobs would also be advised to look into whether
your area hosts any ID tech camps. They pay $450 for the first year, a
plus. It does require a weekend training session in April- May time frame
that is paid, but also mandatory.  There are no discounts for family
members to the program, a con if you were hoping for that.
Regards,
Brandy

On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 10:34 AM, Matthew Fisher <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hello, my name is Matt Fisher and I am the curriculum director for the
> All-Arts, Sciences & Technology Camp sponsored by UNC Greensboro.
>
> *I am searching for two LEGO Robotics instructors for our 2012 camp
> season.  *
>
>
>
>
>  The All-Arts, Sciences + Technology Camp is a week-long, residential
> summer camp for children ages 7-15. Designed to give quality instruction in
> the arts and sciences, the camp also includes recreation, values
> exploration, and citizenship components.  We conduct our program on four
> university campuses throughout North Carolina and Virginia.  (NC State,
> George Mason University, UNC Greensboro, and Virginia Tech).
>
>  You will find lots more information about our program on our website at:
> * http://allarts.uncg.edu**   **  *
>
>  You can also view many years of photographs showing campers engaged in
> our camp classes on our Flickr site at: *
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/allartscamp/sets/*
>
> ----
>
>  I am searching for instructors from all content areas, including math,
> science, social studies, art, music, and technology.  This summer, we are
> introducing several new classes including Camp TV (journalism and video
> production), T-Shirt Tycoon (a lemonade stand-type class where campers will
> create a t-shirt business in 4 days!), The Science of Superheroes (learn
> the science behind superpowers!) and more...  I am also looking for
> instructors with specific experiences in LEGO Robotics, rocketry,
> chemistry, forensics, food chemistry (cooking), film making, sculpture,
> jewelry making, fashion design and more!  (I am hiring for ALL of our
> classes, not just the ones listed here  -- *  A complete list of our
> classes can be found on our camp website.)*
>
> * Camp course listings for 2012:  *
> http://web.uncg.edu/dcl/web/allarts_technology/courses/
>
> * As an instructor* , you would teach 2 classes a day (Monday - Thursday)
> and have some additional duties including Sunday morning/afternoon,
> Wednesday night and Friday morning (camp registration, camp dance, and
> Friday Curriculum Fair) - * Please note that these times may change
> slightly as we restructure some of our camp programs each summer, and some
> instructor positions will require additional hours during the evening.*
> A complete curriculum and all materials to teach the class are provided,
> but I also encourage our instructors to use their background experiences
> to embellish their subject matter. Before we begin camp, we have 2 days for
> instructor training, where we meet the entire staff, go over the
> structure of camp and participate in some activities that focus our goals
> for the summer.
>
>  The dates for our program this summer run from *Thursday, July 5th -
> Friday, August 3th*.  First-year instructor salary is $325 a week and we
> provide all of your housing, meals, and transportation (if you are
> traveling with us to different campus locations).  During the interview
> phase, preference is given to applicants who can commit to working the
> entire 4 1/2-weeks of our program (this helps maintain the consistency of
> our program).  *BUT* it is not uncommon for me to hire an instructor for
> 1 or 2 weeks, depending on any holes I may have in my instructorroster.
> *IN ADDITION:  * All camp staff members receive a 50% discount on any of
> their children they wish to send to camp.
>
>  ----
> Please follow the link below for additional employment information.  You
> will also find job descriptions and class descriptions on the site as well.
>  On your application, please be certain to select INSTRUCTOR as the
> position you are applying for.
>
> http://www.uncg.edu/dcl/allarts/apply.html<http://web.uncg.edu/dcl/web/allarts_technology/employment/why_work_for_us.asp>
>
>
> If you have any further questions, please feel free to email me at
> [log in to unmask]  I look forward to hearing from you.
>
>
>
> --
> Matthew Fisher, M.Ed.
> UNC Greensboro - Division of Continual Learning
> Curriculum Director - All-Arts, Sciences & Technology Camp
>
> Email: [log in to unmask]
> Phone: 336-315-7016
> Web:  http://allarts.uncg.edu
>
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