Seattle Architecture Foundation
SAF School Programs Design Instructor
- Budget: $19-$20/hour, DOE
SAF serves students at school and community sites throughout Greater Seattle, providing workshops designed to connect students to the built environment through hands-on design and modeling projects. Current middle school and community partners are: Coyote Central (Central District), Washington Middle School (Central District), The Northwest School (Capitol Hill), Denny International Middle School (West Seattle), Family Learning Program (Remote) and Open Window School (Bellevue).
Participate in paid training and planning sessions by SAF.
Attend on-site paid orientation sessions or recruitment as needed with partners.
Lead lessons and activities at school and community sites.
Support and delegate to SAF guest architect volunteers in the classroom.
Work collaboratively with the SAF Program Director and school partners to meet the needs of students.
1-2 years of experience working with elementary, middle or high school students
Study or practice related to architecture, design, art and/or urbanism
Commitment to working within a racial, gender, and class equity framework
Experience using Zoom/Microsoft Teams
Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19
Willing to submit to background checks
We are currently hiring for the start of our winter session – January 2022.
We plan to offer courses at 2-3 sites throughout Greater Seattle. Courses run 90 minutes, 1 day a week with additional paid hours for training.
More Information: seattlearchitecture.org