Interested in volunteering? Look through our volunteer options below and apply through our online registration form. Have any additional questions? Email or call Nora Howell, 410 728 1199, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth volunteers are welcome.
2.5 hours per week
Either 3:00-5:30p or 5:00-7:30p, Mon. thru Fri.
Teaching artist assistants are an essential element in making Jubilee Arts a safe, fun and creative space for our youth. As an assistant you will have an incredible opportunity to get to know our youth, create art with them, and be a part of their growth as young artists. Our lead artist truly depend on our teaching assistants in making our art classes a success.
Volunteers responsibilities include:
-Working with lead teacher to implement art projects
-Assisting youth with their projects
-Making reminder phone calls to participants
-Assist youth and lead teacher with set-up and clean-up
5 hours per week
Monday thru Friday, 4:45-5:30p daily
Jubilee provides a hot dinner for all of our participants, as dinner manager you will be responsible for ensuring everyone is fed and happy!
-Set-up and serve dinner for 15 youth
-Keep records of meals served
-Clean up serving utensils and dispose of left over food
1-2 hour a week
Work with Jubilee Arts staff in coordinating details for two annual fundraising events.
– Reach out to corporate sponsors to support Jubilee Art’s fundraisers
– Event coordination
– Marketing and promotion
Art @ Work
Mural Artist Apprentice Intern
30 hours a week
Monday to Friday
June 20 to August 6
8 Paid Internships Available, $500 stipend for planning and breakdown phase, $500 for implementation phase
Five days a week, Monday through Friday
How to apply: Send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Documents must be in .PDF format attached to the email
Application Deadline: Thursday, March 31, 2016
Jubilee Arts and BOPA’s Art@Work program in partnership with Baltimore City Youth Works is officially back for its second year of creating high impact community art. In 2015, the project was a huge success as we employed over 70 teens, ages 14 to 21 to paint and design eight murals and one mosaic in Baltimore’s Sandtown/Winchester neighborhood. Under the leadership of master artists the young people interviewed neighbors and created art that represented the community. The results were stunning additions to our community but also a meaningful way of addressing the need to give our youth employment, skill training (like interviewing and resume writing), and a creative way to express themselves in our community.
We are seeking creative, engaging, resourceful, and organized Mural Artist Apprentice Interns to partner with the master artist in executing a high impact murals and mosaics in collaboration with ten youth artists ages 14 to 21. As an intern you will assist the master artist leading the young people in learning the mural process from design concept development, securing community support and execution. Interns will gain experience in mural painting, teaching and will have significant responsibility in the development of the mural. This is a dream project for an artist interested in the transformative value of art in community development.
Note: Due to the nature of this position, incumbent will be subject to a background check.
Required Skills, Experience and Qualifications:
Minimum of 1 year of (professional or volunteer) experience in customer service
6 months of experience (professional or volunteer) working with youth within under resourced communities
Effective communication (verbal and written), interpersonal and organizational skills along with problem solving abilities
Demonstrated visual art experience
Passion for art and community
Dependable computer and email access
Highlight of Duties:
Youth Development & Supervision
- Chaperone and supervise youth field trips and artist talks
- Mentor youth in their artistic and life skill development
- Support teaching artist in lesson planning, project management and supervision of youth artist apprentices
- Supervise young people on work site, enforce workplace expectations such as good work ethic, attendance, timeliness, focus and positive attitude
- Assist teaching artist in Art @ Work mural artist apprenticeship programwith the day-to-day team management including tracking materials inventory, maintaining a tidy work site, and attending community events to promote the program
- Manage youth apprentice time sheets and payroll
- Reliable and show up on time without exceptions
- Complete time sheet and relevant paperwork in a timely manner
- Paint exterior mural, mosaic and or design projects depending on which project intern is assigned
- Positively represent Jubilee Arts, BOPA, and Art @ Work to the community residents, partners and funders
- Cultivate and maintain positive relationships with community residents
- Attend orientation and closing celebration