Counselors

Counselors live in the tzrif (dorm) with campers and are the first and crucial link in a camper’s positive experience at Havaya Arts. These staff members act as primary caretakers to the campers in their assigned bunk and across camp, as well as informal educators in camp programming.

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Music Teaching Artist

The Music Teaching Artist will provide meaningful instruction in our music studios, including songwriting, rock band, musical theater, and instrumental ensemble. They will collaborate with the director team on curriculum; engage with the larger camp community, including counselors, staff, and campers not in their studio; and support our focus on “camper driven, original art.”

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Visual Arts Teaching Artist

The Visual Arts Teaching Artist will provide meaningful instruction in our visual arts studio courses, including drawing and painting, ceramics, and mixed media. They will collaborate with the director team on curriculum; engage with the larger camp community, including counselors, staff, and campers not in their studio; and support our focus on “camper driven, original art.”

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Digital Storyteller

The Digital Storyteller will capture the daily life of camp on film and will teach the Digital Photography Studio. They will collaborate with the director team on curriculum; engage with the larger camp community, including counselors, staff, and campers not in their studio; and support our focus on “camper driven, original art.”

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Camper Care Specialist

The Camper Care Specialist will oversee the social-emotional wellbeing of campers. They will be a role model and will hold a primary focus on health, safety, and program participation for all campers at all times.

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Theater Arts Teaching Artist

The Theater Arts Teaching Artist will provide meaningful instruction in our theater arts studios, including acting and scene study, improv comedy, and creative writing. They will collaborate with the director team on curriculum; engage with the larger camp community, including counselors, staff, and campers not in their studio; and support our focus on “camper driven, original art.”

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Interested in joining our team?

We’re looking for team players in college (and beyond!) who love creating art and helping others grow! Click here to contact us and share your interest.