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Graphic Animation or Design Teaching Assistant (Part Time/Temporary)

WHO WE ARE

Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology (BAYCAT) is a nonprofit media production studio that educates and empowers low income youth, young people of color and young women in the Bay Area to produce socially-minded digital media that positively transform our communities.

BAYCAT ACADEMY | Free digital media education in SF
The academy provides free digital media education to underserved youth and young adults in San Francisco.

WHAT WE CARE ABOUT

  • Creating positive social change through storytelling, design & media.
  • Giving a voice to those misrepresented or underrepresented.
  • Doing Well and Doing Good. We’re a sustainable nonprofit business model.
  • Excellence.  Highest Quality of Services in Education and Media Production.
  • Building Community, Inclusion & Equity.

WORK AS A TEACHING ASSISTANT THIS SPRING!

  • Co-teach media classes for underserved middle and high school students
  • Hone your own production skills through assisting a class of youth
  • Acquire teaching and youth development experience
  • Network with industry professionals

The Spring 2018 term will begin on February 12th and end on May 10th.

DESIRED SKILLS FOR GRAPHIC ANIMATION OR DESIGN

  • 1+ year of direct experience in creating graphic design or animation projects
  • Knowledge of Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop, or Adobe After Effects
  • An interest in and/or experience with youth mentorship or teaching
  • Ability to follow a lesson plan and support the lead instructor with daily tasks
  • Understanding of the BAYCAT mission to promote diversity in media
  • Classes will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • TA’s must be able to commit to the full teaching term in San Francisco from February 12th to May 10th

THE COMMITMENT

  • Orientation: Week of February 5th
  • Official instructional period: February 12th – May 10th
  • Teaching Assistants must be available to work from 4:00pm – 7:00pm for the entire term
  • End of term showcase: Tuesday, May 15th

COMPENSATION

Teaching Assistants will be compensated with a $1,000 stipend for the term, in addition to professional development opportunities and access to the BAYCAT studio space. Classes are held at the BAYCAT studio, located within the Potrero Hill neighborhood.

To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to programs@baycat.org.

EOE. We Strive for a Workforce as Diverse as the Community We Serve. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Musical Performance Teaching Assistant (Part Time/Temporary)

WHO WE ARE

Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology (BAYCAT) is a nonprofit media production studio that educates and empowers low income youth, young people of color and young women in the Bay Area to produce socially-minded digital media that positively transform our communities.

BAYCAT ACADEMY | Free digital media education in SF
The academy provides free digital media education to underserved youth and young adults in San Francisco.

WHAT WE CARE ABOUT

  • Creating positive social change through storytelling, design & media.
  • Giving a voice to those misrepresented or underrepresented.
  • Doing Well and Doing Good. We’re a sustainable nonprofit business model.
  • Excellence.  Highest Quality of Services in Education and Media Production.
  • Building Community, Inclusion & Equity.

WORK AS A TEACHING ASSISTANT THIS SPRING!

  • Co-teach media classes for underserved middle and high school students
  • Hone your own production skills through assisting a class of youth
  • Acquire teaching and youth development experience
  • Network with industry professionals

The Spring 2018 term will begin on February 12th and end on May 10th.

DESIRED SKILLS FOR MUSICAL PERFORMANCE

  • 1+ year of direct experience in digital music production using ProTools
  • Be available to assist the lead instructor with digital music production and live performance activities
  • Ability to follow a lesson plan and support the lead instructor with daily tasks
  • An interest in and/or experience with youth mentorship or teaching
  • Understanding of the BAYCAT mission to promote diversity in media
  • Classes will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:00pm – 7:00pm.
  • TA’s must be able to commit to the full teaching term in San Francisco from February 12th to May 10th

THE COMMITMENT

  • Orientation: Week of February 5th
  • Official instructional period: February 12th – May 10th
  • Teaching Assistants must be available to work from 4:00pm – 7:00pm for the entire term
  • End of term showcase: Tuesday, May 15th

COMPENSATION

Teaching Assistants will be compensated with a $1,000 stipend for the term, in addition to professional development opportunities and access to the BAYCAT studio space. Classes are held at the BAYCAT studio, located within the Potrero Hill neighborhood.

To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to programs@baycat.org.

EOE. We Strive for a Workforce as Diverse as the Community We Serve. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Filmmaking Teaching Assistant (Part Time/Temporary)

WHO WE ARE

Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology (BAYCAT) is a nonprofit media production studio that educates and empowers low income youth, young people of color and young women in the Bay Area to produce socially-minded digital media that positively transform our communities.

BAYCAT ACADEMY | Free digital media education in SF
The academy provides free digital media education to underserved youth and young adults in San Francisco.

WHAT WE CARE ABOUT

  • Creating positive social change through storytelling, design & media.
  • Giving a voice to those misrepresented or underrepresented.
  • Doing Well and Doing Good. We’re a sustainable nonprofit business model.
  • Excellence.  Highest Quality of Services in Education and Media Production.
  • Building Community, Inclusion & Equity.

WORK AS A TEACHING ASSISTANT THIS SPRING!

  • Co-teach media classes for underserved middle and high school students
  • Hone your own production skills through assisting a class of youth
  • Acquire teaching and youth development experience
  • Network with industry professionals

The Spring 2018 term will begin on February 12th and end on May 10th.

DESIRED SKILLS FOR ADVANCED FILMMAKING

  • 1+ year of direct experience in film production
  • Knowledge of DSLR cameras and Adobe Premiere Pro
  • An interest in and/or experience with youth mentorship or teaching
  • Ability to follow a lesson plan and support the lead instructor with daily tasks
  • Understanding of the BAYCAT mission to promote diversity in media
  • Classes will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00pm – 7:00pm.
  • TA’s must be able to commit to the full teaching term in San Francisco from February 12th to May 10th

THE COMMITMENT

  • Orientation: Week of February 5th
  • Official instructional period: February 12th – May 10th
  • Teaching Assistants must be available to work from 4:00pm – 7:00pm for the entire term
  • End of term showcase: Tuesday, May 15th

COMPENSATION

Teaching Assistants will be compensated with a $1,000 stipend for the term, in addition to professional development opportunities and access to the BAYCAT studio space. Classes are held at the BAYCAT studio, located within the Potrero Hill neighborhood.

To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to programs@baycat.org.

EOE. We Strive for a Workforce as Diverse as the Community We Serve. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Advanced Filmmaking Teaching Assistant (Part Time/Temporary)

WHO WE ARE

Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology (BAYCAT) is a nonprofit media production studio that educates and empowers low income youth, young people of color and young women in the Bay Area to produce socially-minded digital media that positively transform our communities.

BAYCAT ACADEMY | Free digital media education in SF
The academy provides free digital media education to underserved youth and young adults in San Francisco.

WHAT WE CARE ABOUT

  • Creating positive social change through storytelling, design & media.
  • Giving a voice to those misrepresented or underrepresented.
  • Doing Well and Doing Good. We’re a sustainable nonprofit business model.
  • Excellence.  Highest Quality of Services in Education and Media Production.
  • Building Community, Inclusion & Equity.

WORK AS A TEACHING ASSISTANT THIS SPRING!

  • Co-teach media classes for underserved middle and high school students
  • Hone your own production skills through assisting a class of youth
  • Acquire teaching and youth development experience
  • Network with industry professionals

The Spring 2018 term will begin on February 12th and end on May 10th.

DESIRED SKILLS FOR ADVANCED FILMMAKING

  • 1+ year of direct experience in film production
  • Knowledge of DSLR cameras and Adobe Premiere Pro
  • An interest in and/or experience with youth mentorship or teaching
  • Ability to follow a lesson plan and support the lead instructor with daily tasks
  • Understanding of the BAYCAT mission to promote diversity in media
  • Classes will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00pm – 7:00pm.
  • TA’s must be able to commit to the full teaching term in San Francisco from February 12th to May 10th

THE COMMITMENT

  • Orientation: Week of February 5th
  • Official instructional period: February 12th – May 10th
  • Teaching Assistants must be available to work from 4:00pm – 7:00pm for the entire term
  • End of term showcase: Tuesday, May 15th

COMPENSATION

Teaching Assistants will be compensated with a $1,000 stipend for the term, in addition to professional development opportunities and access to the BAYCAT studio space. Classes are held at the BAYCAT studio, located within the Potrero Hill neighborhood.

To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter and resume to programs@baycat.org.

EOE. We Strive for a Workforce as Diverse as the Community We Serve. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Digital Music instructor (Part Time/Temporary)

WHO WE ARE

Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology (BAYCAT) is a nonprofit media production studio that educates and empowers low income youth, young people of color and young women in the Bay Area to produce socially-minded digital media that positively transform our communities.

BAYCAT ACADEMY | Free digital media education in SF
The academy provides free digital media education to underserved youth and young adults in San Francisco.

WHAT WE CARE ABOUT

  • Creating positive social change through storytelling, design & media.
  • Giving a voice to those misrepresented or underrepresented.
  • Doing Well and Doing Good. We’re a sustainable nonprofit business model.
  • Excellence.  Highest Quality of Services in Education and Media Production.
  • Building Community, Inclusion & Equity.

BE OUR NEXT DIGITAL MUSIC INSTRUCTOR!

  • Lead underserved middle and high school students to produce their own songs and film scores
  • Teach song-writing, beginning music theory and digital music production skills
  • Gain access to a state-of-the-art digital media facility
  • Work with incredible industry professionals at BAYCAT

DESIRED SKILLS FOR DIGITAL MUSIC INSTRUCTION

  • Possess at least 3 years of direct experience in digital music production
  • Comfort with music producing: managing development, recording and completing songs with youth  
  • Firm knowledge of a digital music production software (preferably ProTools)
  • Experience with youth mentorship or teaching
  • Knowledge of current issues in media arts, the demands of the professional field, and of the tools, technologies and resources inherent to the discipline

OTHER DESIRED SKILLS

  • Ability to prioritize tasks and produce digital music according to project deadlines
  • Comfortable communicating with diverse students, families and the general public
  • Familiarity with delegating tasks to support staff
  • Understanding of the BAYCAT mission to promote diversity in media
  • Ability to commit to the full Fall session in San Francisco

THE COMMITMENT

  • Orientation and lesson planning: Week of September 4th
  • Official instructional period: September 18th – December 7th
  • Classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30pm-6:30pm
  • Other program meetings and events:
    • End of term music premiere: Thursday, December 7th
    • Instructional team reflection: Week of December 12th

COMPENSATION

This is a part-time temporary position for the Fall, with an opportunity to expand into a permanent position. The Digital Music Instructor will be compensated with a competitive hourly rate. Classes will be held at the BAYCAT studio, located within the Potrero Hill neighborhood.

To apply, please send a thoughtful cover letter, resume and samples of personal work and/or work you produced with young people to programs@baycat.org.

EOE. We Strive for a Workforce as Diverse as the Community We Serve. Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.