Snow Farm Summer Student Life Coordinator

Seeking an enthusiastic and creative staff member for Snow Farm Summer, an intensive residential arts program serving high school age students in Williamsburg, MA. The student life coordinator will work in collaboration with other staff to plan and facilitate full-campus and smaller-scale activities throughout the course of the program, coordinate field trips, supervise and transport students, and provide administrative assistance with the day-to-day functioning of the program.  Their work will complement the studio-based classes that form the core of the Snow Farm experience.

This position requires a high level of enthusiasm, self-direction, and energy, as well as a love for working with teenagers. Must be available June 25th – July 25th and have valid driver’s license. All faculty and staff live on campus for the duration of the program.

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Summer Instructors for High School Program

We are currently accepting instructor applications for Snow Farm Summer 2015, a residential studio craft program for high school students that offers small-group instruction in the following media:

  • Glassblowing
  • Flameworking
  • Ceramics
  • Woodworking
  • Textiles (Dyeing/Sewing)
  • Metalsmithing/Jewelry
  • Welding
  • Drawing/Color
  • Filmmaking and Video
  • Digital Photography

We are currently accepting applications for Head of Studio and Assistant Teacher in all studios. Click here to fill out an application.

NOTE:  In addition to responsibilities in the studio, all studio instructors participate in other recreational activities and assist with overall supervision of the students in the residential setting. 

Program dates, including staff orientation: June 25 – July 25, 2015

All positions are temporary and require living on our campus in Williamsburg, MA.


Snow Farm Summer Camp Nurse

May - July 2015

Snow Farm Summer is a month-long residential arts program for students ages 14-18.

We are currently taking applications for a camp nurse for summer 2015. The bulk of the work takes place during the month of July on our campus, but also includes working with staff 2-4 hours a week from May – June reviewing medical forms, communicating with parents and students, and preparing the campus for the summer.

Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Ensure each staff member and camper has on file a health history, examination form, and food allergy action plan, as required.
  • Review camper medical forms before the start of camp.
  • Set up systems for health screening for arriving campers and staff.
  • Provide first aid for any injuries or illness during camp.
  • Contact parents regarding treatments that campers receive in the nurses' office.
  • Manage the storage and administration of all physician prescribed and over the counter medications at the camp.
  • Maintain the Medical and Medication Logs.
  • Make all necessary reports to DOH for mandated illnesses and injuries.
  • Treatment of illnesses and injuries in our health center
  • Being on call  and available by phone
  • Taking campers to the local doctor when necessary
  • Assembly of comprehensive first aid kits
  • Fill out all insurance claim forms for doctor's visits
  • Keep a daily log of treatments and illnesses

Requirements

  • Must be 21 or older.
  • Experience in pediatric and/or emergency nursing care is desirable.
  • Current RN or LPN certification in the state of Massachusetts.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

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Workshop Instructors

Snow Farm welcomes workshop proposals from talented, creative artists throughout the year.  In order to be considered, please send a letter detailing your ideas, a resume, and a link to your online portfolio to karen@snowfarm-art.org.  Alternately, we can view images via Dropbox or a similar service.  Please do not send large images by email.  Thank you for your interest in Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program.