The Creative Learning Network provides Southwestern PA teaching artists with opportunities to connect, create content, learn together, and grow as professional arts educators.
As we move into the next phase of this initiative, we’re looking for a creative learning coordinator who will help us continue this work. This is a full-time, temporary position that will begin in July 2021 and run for approximately 18 months.
The creative learning coordinator will be responsible for maintaining and growing relationships with CLN participants and partners, developing content for the CLN website and social media platforms, seeking out and sharing opportunities for educators and learners, and supporting program implementation. The position requires culturally responsive competencies, interest in building out a new initiative, enthusiastic participation in collaborative processes, attention to detail, and flexibility.
Are you a teaching artist in Southwestern Pennsylvania? Then you should check out our stipend opportunities! Applications for both our Professional Learning Experience and Rapid Response initiatives can be completed in as little as 10 minutes, and artists are encouraged to apply for both.
The Creative Learning Network is here to provide our community with #ArtsLearningAtHome content, resources and opportunities. Check here first to catch the latest Video Resources and also Downloadable Resources.
Check out the Events section to find out the latest events hosted by teaching artists from our robust network. These events are curated to spark creative fires for students, families, caretakers and educators.
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The Creative Learning Network is made possible with the generous support of our funders. Their commitment to supporting arts education and willingness to respond to the needs of youth, families, and educators during the coronavirus pandemic is greatly appreciated.
Connecting creative learning educators and youth through networking, professional learning, and resource sharing.