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Director of Education, Folger Shakespeare Library
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 18.0331  Tuesday, 15 May 2007

From: 		Gail Kern Paster <
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Date: 		Monday, 14 May 2007 12:29:42 -0400
Subject: 	Director of Education, Folger Shakespeare Library

Director of Education, Folger Shakespeare Library.

The Folger Shakespeare Library is looking for a dynamic person to head a 
newly reorganized Division of Education, with a staff of 5. The successful 
candidate will demonstrate creative and strategic vision to grow a 
well-regarded current set of Shakespeare and related programs for K-12; 
expand Folger teacher training nationally; help to build a new seminar 
program in the History of the Book for university undergraduates; and 
develop new ways of using the unique Folger collection and performing arts 
resources. He or she will represent the Folger nationally to a diverse 
community of educational partners--foundations, government funding 
agencies such as the NEH, educational institutions and organizations, 
teachers, and library visitors. Working collaboratively with Folger 
Development, the Director of Education will seek out funding opportunities 
and participate in grant-writing. Duties include Folger docent recruitment 
and training; oversight of Folger educational publications, online and 
print; improvement of visitor services.

The Director of Education reports to the Director and works collegially 
with 5 other division heads.

Salary: low $100s; excellent benefits.

Desired qualifications: Ph.D. in English, Theater Arts, or D. Ed. strongly 
preferred, minimum of seven years experience in successful program 
leadership, development, management, and assessment--preferably for a 
national educational or cultural organization.  Teaching experience at 
elementary or secondary level required. Broad knowledge of national 
educational trends and of Shakespeare pedagogy essential.  Some experience 
in the role and use of technology in teaching Shakespeare useful.

Gail Kern Paster
Director, Folger Shakespeare Library
201 East Capitol St., SE
Washington, DC. 20003
www.folger.edu
202-675-0300
fax: 202-675-0330


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