Teach arts and crafts to our low-income seniors or families! Do you have skill and experience with painting, stencils, collage, paper mache, or other arts? If so, our residents would love to learn from you and be able to express themselves creatively.
Create, lead and plan activities for each class. Greet attendees and make them feel welcome. Provide encouragement and relay any concerns to staff. Help residents build confidence as they learn new skills.
- Skill and expereince with arts and crafts
- Friendly and patient attitude
- Must have excellent interpersonal skills and a positive personality and demeanor
Volunteers will gain teaching experience with low-income and underserved populations, as well as the opportunity to develop and teach their own curriculum. Build relationships with residents and get to know them. Give back to the community by sharing your skill and expertise with others.
Volunteer must commit to providing at least six classes on a regular schedule. Classes must be held within regular business hours (Monday through Friday from 8:30 am- 5:30 pm).