Hip Hop Architecture Camp® Facilitator

The Hip Hop Architecture Camp Facilitators are hired as an independent contractors and are responsible for teaching The Hip Hop Architecture Camp’s curriculum in assigned cities. Facilitators will participate in a mandatory online training to earn a Hip Hop Architecture Camp® Facilitator Certification prior to facilitating any camps. Hip Hop Architecture Camps are 3-5 day experiences and assigned to facilitators as camps are booked by host sites.  Host sites include colleges, universities, public libraries, and public school districts. Similar to classroom teachers, facilitators are responsible for instruction, classroom management, general safety, and the successful completion of workshop projects. Please note that all facilitators will be required to have a criminal background check.

Essential Responsibilities

  1. Conduct a pre-camp meeting with host site volunteers to; review camp schedule and logistics, assign each volunteer a role, and organize supplies for campers.  

  2. Accountable for tracking and reporting daily attendance of enrolled camp participants to the Hip Hop Architecture Camp® .  

  3. Responsible for leading instruction each day of the camp, in alignment with the Hip Hop Architecture Camp® curriculum. Activities may include creating scaled architectural models, assisting students with using Autodesk Tinkercad - an online 3D modeling software, writing lyrics for songs, coordinating sessions local recording studio, and assist the camp videographer with the production of a music video.

  4. Responsible for the supervision and safety of campers. If applicable, communicate with parents about participant’s experiences and report concerns to the host site and camp leadership.

  5. Know and understand all emergency procedures associated with the host site.  

Minimum Required Experience

  1. Skilled professional or advanced student operating in or affiliated with a component of architecture and/or design.

  2. Have a pure desire to ignite, enthuse and educate youth in the pursuance of architecture, design, or urban planning as a field of study or profession.  

  3. Previous teaching experience is a plus, but not required.

Compensation

  1. $1,000.00 Stipend

  2. Travel and Lodging  

  3. City assignment to be determined based on facilitator availability

Expected Time Commitment

  1. (30) Hours during camp week

  2. (10) Hours of preparation time prior to camp week