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79 Worth Street
DescriptionAre you passionate about food and children? Join NYU Food Studies graduate, Cricket Azima and The Creative Kitchen team to help kids discover the joys of cooking, learning through food, and eating while exercising your talents!
We are looking for dynamic, kid-loving, self-motivated interns with experience in food, education, small business, media, journalism and/or web communications.
*If you are interested in multiple intern positions - let us know - as many of our roles overlap!
The Creative Kitchen™ teaches children about food and how to cook in a fun, safe, and educational manner. The multi-faceted company includes a variety of media outlets which promote the curriculum. Targeting children ages two and older, the company focuses on teaching, writing, producing creative content, and consulting to present educational content through food-related activities. The founder, Cricket Azima, inspires children to express themselves creatively through cooking and the arts. www.thecreativekitchen.com
Responsibilities-Assist in teaching kids cooking classes, parties, and playdates
-Aid in curricula development and lesson planning
-Create grocery orders for cooking classes, parties, and playdates
-Assist with culinary prep for classes and events
-Write product reviews for foods and children’s cooking supplies
-Aid in administrative duties, including invoicing, organizing calendars and data upkeep