- Share in the responsibility of making each student, faculty, and program participant feel welcome on Curtis’ campus. Plan and implement social programming activities for participants. Chaperone and participate in scheduled daytime, evening, and weekend activities.
- Play a vital role in presenting Curtis as a hospitable, service-oriented institution. Serve as a resource for program participants’ questions and needs.
- Coordinate program check-in and help students move out after program.
- Educate participants on program rules and reinforce their compliance.
- Communicate with supervisor regularly about participant well-being.
- Maintain accurate reporting when needed and other critical paperwork.
- Fulfill on-call responsibilities and perform nightly curfew checks. Conduct student floor meetings. Conduct health and safety inspections.
- Attend scheduled daily staff meetings.
- Assist rehearsal production and proctoring classes.
- Perform administrative and office duties as needed. Other duties as assigned.
Applicants should include which option(s) they are available and would like to work:
- Option 1: New Program for 2018 TBA
- Training and preparation work: June 8 and 9, 2018
- Program dates: June 10-24, 2018
- Option 2: Mikael Eliasen Voice Program
- Training and preparation work: June 14 – 16, 2018
- Program dates: June 17-30, 2018
- Option 3: Elizabeth Hainen Harp Colony
- Training and preparation work: June 19, 2018
- Program dates: June 20-26, 2018
- Option 4: Jeffrey Khaner Flute Festival
- Training and preparation work: June 22, 2018
- Program dates: June 25-30, 2018
- Option 5: Young Artist Summer Program
- Training and preparation work: July 11-14, 2018
- Program dates: July 15 – August 4, 2018
- Wrap up work (flexible): August 5 – 8, 2018