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2014/2015 - Center for Art and Community Partnerships (CACP)
sparc! the ArtMobile Team Member - JOB DESCRIPTION
CACP is seeking MassArt students to join its sparc! the ArtMobile Team for the 2014-2015 academic year.
ABOUT CACP
The Center for Art and Community Partnerships (CACP) cultivates innovative,
sustainable, relationships with the broader community to explore and expand
the relevance of art in public life. CACP matches MassArt faculty, students, staff,
and alumni who want to engage in community-based projects with neighborhood
organizations, schools, corporations, and institutions to create mutually-beneficial,
sustainable partnerships in the visual arts. The Center uses art as a catalyzing force
for citizens to act creatively together. To learn more please visit: massart.edu/cacp.
ABOUT sparc!
sparc! the Artmobile is an initiative of CACP at MassArt. sparc! ignites art and
design while traveling as an all-purpose mobile base for innovative and intergenerational art and design programs, projects and events. sparc! works with organizations, schools, and businesses to utilize our shared resources. To see what we’ve
been up to, visit sparctheartmobile.com!

Chanel Thervil (‘15) assists painters as part

of the Paint! Jazz! series event at the Dudley
sparc! TEAM MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES
Library in Roxbury.
• Work in close collaboration with other sparc! team members, CACP staff.
• Attend and assist with sparc! events, workshops and demonstrations.
• Attend weekly sparc! team meetings and stay updated on sparc! events.
• Clean and organize sparc! when needed.
• Organize and replenish art supplies for projects.
• Document / photograph / blog about events as assigned.
• Distribute sparc! materials to community partners.
• Assist with visioning, planning, and promoting sparc! events and art adventures.
• Complete and submit time sheets by due dates.
• Attend monthly CACP Community-Based Learning and Teaching (C-BLT) workshops (see below).
• Complete mid-term and end-of-term program evaluations.
• Maintain open and frequent communication with sparc! Director with regard to availability and other work.

COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING AND TEACHING (C-BLT) WORKSHOPS
All students employed through CACP participate in Community-Based Learning and Teaching (C-BLT) workshops. These
workshops help to build community among the CACP student cohort and prepare students to engage with communitybased work. These mandatory workshops occur about once a month and students are paid for participation.
HOW TO APPLY
To be considered for this position, complete a sparc! Team Member job application (available in our office or by download at tinyurl.com/sparc!-Team-Member-2014) and submit it along with your resume (or list of relevant work experience) to the CACP office, located on the second floor of Kennedy - across from the Student Life Gallery entrance.

CONNECT WITH US
The Center for Art and Community
Partnerships cultivates innovative,
sustainable, relationships with the
broader community to explore and
expand the relevance of art in public life.
Kennedy Suite 250
621 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115
MassArt.edu/CACP

fb.com/cacpmassart
CENTER FOR ART AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

CACP

@CACPArtMobile
sparctheArtMobile.com

2014/2015 - Center for Art and Community Partnerships (CACP)
sparc! the ArtMobile Team Member - JOB APPLICATION
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, complete this form and submit it along with your resume or list of relevant experience to the CACP office,
located on the second floor of Kennedy - across from the Student Life Gallery enterance.
Students are encouraged to apply early as the CACP student cohort is usually capped by early October. Applicants
selected for interviews will be contacted via email.
For questions, contact Richard Rozewski, rrozewski@massart.edu or Ekua Holmes, eholmes@massart.edu

PERSONAL INFORMATION
First and Last Name:
Email Address #1:

@massart.edu

Phone Number:

Email Address #2:

Is texting a good way to reach you?:

Major(s):

Anticipated Year of Graduation:

Are you eligible for Federal Work Study in 2014-2015?*

YES

*If you are unsure, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid

YES

NO

How did you hear about this position? (Check all that apply)
Orientation

Student Involvement Fair

CACP Website

MassArt Student, please list:_______________

Career Development website

Other, please list:________________________

MassArt Faculty/Staff, please list: ____________________________

ABOUT YOU
Do you have any of the following experience? Check all that apply:


Leadership experience

Bilingual / Language



Leading art making workshops

Social Media use



Graphic Design (Adobe Suite)



Job Experience: full time, part time, or internship work



Experience with collaborative projects or group work



Familiarity with Mission Hill/Roxbury/Dorchester neighborhoods of Boston

NO

If you checked any of the above boxes, please tell us more:

(If you require more space, please attach an additional page)
Why do you want to be a member of the sparc! the ArtMobile Team? Please reply with a few thoughtful sentences:

(If you require more space, please attach an additional page)
In your opinion, what makes a meaningful community program or collaboration? Please be specific and reply with a
few thoughtful sentences.

(If you require more space, please attach an additional page)
We consider the following characteristics to be essential to being a part of the sparc! team: responsible, reliable,
a team player, leadership, willing to try new things, and being able to put yourself in another’s shoes. Please
choose one or two of these characteristics and reply with how they represent you. Please be specific and reply with
a few thoughtful sentences.

(If you require more space, please attach an additional page)

LOGISTICS
To be considered for this position, you must be willing to commit to working with us for the full 2014-2015 academic
year*. Are you able to make this commitment? **


YES

NO

*Work is not required during MassArt breaks (Thanksgiving, Winter, Spring) but may be available

This position requires a weekly time commitment of approximately 4-8 hours of paid work. While we understand you
will have additional school commitments, will you be able to balance this work load during the 2014-2015 academic
year? **

YES
NO
All members of the CACP cohort are required to participate in MANDATORY Community-Based Learning and Teaching
(C-BLTs) workshops each month. The times and dates of these workshops are determined by student schedules and
have been historically held on Friday evenings. Will you be able to attend these important trainings? **


YES

NO

** If you are unable to make a year-long commitment, balance the workload of the position, or participate in the required C-BLTs, we regretfully
cannot consider your application. If you have questions or would like to discuss this, please contact Richard Rozewski, rrozewski@massart.edu

This position requires attendance at a weekly sparc! team meeting. Based on your current schedule, what days/times
are you available to meet during the Fall 2014 semester? Please check all that apply.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Morning
Morning
Morning
Morning
Morning
Afternoon
Afternoon
Afternoon
Afternoon
Afternoon

RESUME OR LIST OF RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE (REQUIRED)
Please attach a current copy of your resume or list of relevant work experience when submitting your application.

THANK YOU!
Thank you for taking the time to complete this application. We will review
submissions and be in touch with applicants via email.
The Center for Art and Community
Partnerships cultivates innovative,
sustainable, relationships with the
broader community to explore and
expand the relevance of art in public
life.
Kennedy Suite 250
621 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115
MassArt.edu/CACP

fb.com/cacpmassart
@CACPArtMobile
sparctheArtMobile.com


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