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Education Coordinator Position at the Coleman Center

Posted: Thursday, June 14th, 2012 at 4:57 pm in Job Announcements

The Coleman Center for the Arts (CCA) is seeking a creative and energetic Education Coordinator to join our team! We’re looking for someone passionate about connections between art education, social engagement and contemporary art issues who will design curricula and provide logistical support for the CCA’s year-round education programs. The Education Coordinator will collaborate with the CCA co-directors, local instructors and visiting artists to provide relevant and challenging opportunities for our community in rural Alabama. The Education Coordinator will also help support the capacity of the CCA office through general administration and development tasks, preparing for events and exhibitions, and working with visiting artists.

The CCA uses art to foster positive social change, answer civic needs, build local pride, and use creativity for community problem solving. Our mission is to integrate contemporary art into education, civic life, and community development throughout our region. To learn more about the CCA and our education programs, please visit

We’re looking for an Education Coordinator with excellent written and verbal skills who is good at working and connecting with people. Candidates should be familiar with graphic design programs, film editing programs or social media platforms. The Education Coordinator should have knowledge of and/or skills in the arts or design, and above all should have a willingness to learn and the ability to teach.

This is an AmeriCorps VISTA position. The Education Coordinator will receive a living stipend, health coverage, childcare assistance, and an end of service education award or service stipend.

Interested candidates should submit their applications on the AmeriCorps web site at

COLEMAN CENTER for the arts
630 Avenue A  York, AL 36925
(205) 392-2005

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