Introduction to the Sherman Library & Gardens
The mission of the Sherman Library & Gardens is to provide the public an oasis of inspiration, education and appreciation of regional history, horticulture and the arts. It comprises a renowned botanic garden, historical research library specializing in the history of the Pacific Southwest and collection of California Impressionist art. It is located in Corona Del Mar, Orange County, CA on a 2.2 acre site. The Sherman is embarking on a new phase of development which includes the establishment of a new Education Department and is looking for an Educator to work with the Education Director to develop and deliver programs for a variety of communities.
Job Opportunity: Independent Instructors
We would like to hear from experienced instructors who are interested in teaching occasional classes for a variety of ages; weekly after-school programs for children or short camps. Our program includes the practice and appreciation of art, history, dance, music, gardening, nature/environment, culinary/nutrition, literature, crafts and wellness. When possible, we like to make links between the content of the classes and our garden environment or collections. Classes can take place outdoors or indoors.
Please apply with short descriptions of specific class ideas and a one page resume including references to: