There are several work study positions in this field, including Education Office Assistant and Studio Assistants (Ceramics Studio, Skylight Studio, and Printmaking Studio). Projects and responsibilities vary depending on the position and can include everything from monitoring kilns and mixing glazes to assisting with registration paperwork and marketing materials. Education Assistant schedules are fairly flexible, but require consistent scheduling.
- Studio Assistants should be long-term KAC students who are very familiar with studio policies and procedures. Studio Assistant positions may involve cleaning, lifting, organizing, and other physical labor. Studio Assistants may also be asked to monitor open studios.
- Office Assistant positions are less physically intensive but do require familiarity with computers, office software, and the internet. Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite is a plus.
For more information and availability, contact the Volunteer Coordinator.