Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center

February 10, 2017

Public service opportunity: Children’s Hour Program Intern

Public service opportunity: Children’s Hour Program Intern

Position title: Children’s Hour Program Intern

Name of organization: Scarecrow Video

Website: www.scarecrow.com

 

Position description:

The Children’s Hour piloted its first series in summer 2015, in collaboration with the U District branch of Seattle Public Library. The Children’s Hour engages and educates young preschool and kindergarten children through videos, books, and arts and science activities. The planned program series for spring 2017 is “Around the World.”

 

Primary duties: Assist with program weekly on Thursday mornings, review videos to screen weekly, research children’s activities, complete log sheet, assist in planning future program series.

 

This is an unpaid internship. Intern perks include free rentals for the duration of the internship (some restrictions apply).

 

Time commitment:

4-6 hours/week (average of 2-3 hours onsite on Thursdays, remote work is possible for the remaining hours). The spring series of Children’s Hour is scheduled for 10 – 12 weeks to begin executing in April 2017.

 

Skill requirements:

A passion for movies and community building. Experience working with children preferred. Knowledge of early childhood education best practices helpful but not required.

 

This position is a great fit for anyone planning to work in childhood education or children’s library.

 

Start date: April

 

End date: June-July

 

Location: 5030 Roosevelt Way NE

 

How to apply: Please email cover letter and resume to kate@scarecrow.com

 

Position is open until filled.

 

Supervisor contact info:

Kate Barr

kate@scarecrow.com