P.A.I.N.T. INTERNSHIP APPLICATION
for e.c.e. and art education students at uw-stout
we are accepting applications for 2018.
Are you a University of Wisconsin- Stout student in the Art Education or Early Childhood Education program? Are you interested in devoting 40 hours over the course of a semester towards authentic arts teaching experiences and receiving $500?
Arts Integration Menomonie (A.I.M.) is accepting applications to participate in its P.A.I.N.T. (Program for Arts Integration for New Teachers) program. P.A.I.N.T. forms collaborative relationships among Early Childhood Education and Art Education students to teach arts lessons in the Menomonie community and beyond!
The A.I.M. Executive Board and UW-Stout program faculty will select applicants to be matched with community programs. For their participation pre-service students will be awarded a $500 stipend upon completion of the internship.
For UW-Stout Art Education and Early Childhood Education students only.
P.A.I.N.T. Community classes
registration is open for 2018
mosaic mural making at uw-Stout
family "canvas creations"
saturday morning K-5 art classes
Does your child enjoy drawing, painting, and other visual art forms? Arts Integration Menomonie (A.I.M) partners the Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts and UW-Stout to offer FREE ART CLASSES at UW-Stout's Library to local children in grades K-12 and their parents! As part of A.I.M.'s P.A.I.N.T. program (Program for Arts Integration for New Teachers), pre-service teachers will gain hands-on teaching experience with local participants while being mentored by professional Art Teachers in the area.
Classes are FREE.
REGISTRATION IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
LIMIT OF 20 STUDENTS PER SESSION; if a session fills, you will automatically be added to the wait list.
Contact PAINT Coordinator, Grace Rogers, for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
FAST $100 FOR EARLY CAREER ELEMENTARY TEACHERS
we are no longer accepting REQUESTS for the 2017-18 school year
Are you an elementary teacher with 5 or less years of professional teaching experience?
Invite teaching artist, Kris Winter, into your classroom to tell one of her original stories to your students! Kris Winter will perform her art form to you and your students, modeling simple techniques for bringing a story to life!
Enhance student engagement! Build tools for classroom management!
No planning or meetings in advance! Just apply here, and indicate a day/time for Kris Winter to come into your
classroom with students and tell one of her originaland amazing stories! (40-60 min.)
C.i.T.A. mini-residency APPLICATION
we are NOT CURRENTLY accepting applications FOR MINI RESIDENCIES (CLOSED SEPT. 2017)
Are you an elementary teacher interested in exploring arts integration in your classroom with one of AIM's teaching artists?
The C.I.T.A. mini-residency offers teachers a creative approach to arts integration, drawing connections between the arts other subject area learning (ie. language arts, science, social studies, math and/or other areas of the PK-5 curriculum).
- Teachers earn up to $300 for their participation in each mini residency.
- A teacher who participates in the C.I.T.A. Mini Residency Program should be willing to include a practicum student from the Art Education or Early Childhood Education program at UW-Stout during the mini residency sessions.
P.A.I.N.T. COMMUNITY PARTNER APPLICATION
WE ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS from menomonie organizations to hOST arts internships
Are you an organization (for-profit or non-profit) that is interested in offering high quality arts classes at no cost to you?
A.I.M partners with local organizations and schools through its P.A.I.N.T. (Program for Arts Integration for New Teachers) internships. In collaboration with your organization, our Coordinator develops arts-based classes that can be taught by UW-Stout Early Childhood Education and/or Art Education students who are learning to become teachers.
For 40 hours per semester "internship", the community organization gains high quality interns (pre-service teachers) to teach arts-based classes which can include visual arts, theater, dance, music, and any creative mode of expression.
This collaborative partnership between the university and the community provides pre-service teacher interns with hands-on teaching experiences, while the interns provide high quality arts instruction to the organization's members. AIM funds the interns' pay for teaching the classes and for purchasing supplies for the class offerings.
TEACHING ARTIST APPLICATION
SORRY, WE ARE NOT hiring TEACHING ARTISTS AT THIS TIME.
Are you a professional artist with experience working with young people in educational settings?
A teaching artist is:
- An accomplished artist in his/her field.
- Proficient in teaching that includes planning, communicating, instructing, and collaborating with a classroom teacher, to engage young people in learning through an art form.