We are a community of individuals working together to fulfill the mission of MAGIC Dance Arts, Inc. Our Board is run by working, volunteer-based members, currently focusing on expanding our artistic services and building partnerships within the community. Board members include former MAGIC instructors, parents of current students, and community members who aspire to dedicate their talents and skills to our mission. We are currently seeking to add dynamic new members to our board. Terms run for 3 years under the current bylaws.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About MAGIC DANCE ARTS INC
1515 PADRES CT, SAN JOSE, CA 95125, US
MAGIC Dance Arts, Inc. provides an inclusive community for individuals of any and all abilities to creatively express themselves through recreational classes and social events.
MAGIC Dance Arts Inc. is a non profit organization founded by Executive Director, Chelsea Laxa, in an attempt to provide creative outlets for young children in the South San Francisco Bay Area.
Our classes are far from your typical dance class. We promote an inclusive environment where the classes will always cater to the individual needs of the students. Not only do we promote inclusivity, we also strive to improve overall child development through the use of a variety of lessons learned through movement and dance. To promote social engagement, we encourage turn taking and the use of varying forms of communication to greet peers. We work to enhance fine motor and gross motor skills through a variety of dance moves and the use of our sensory-friendly items. In order to accommodate a sensory-friendly environment, lights may be dimmed, music may be lowered, and a variety of visuals and props will be used. It is a dance class like no other.
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
September 21, 2020
Grant Writing / Research
Must be at least 18
Approximately 1-10 hours per month, depending on how much time you want to dedicate to your committee
4 quarterly board meetings per year via video conference and a personal contribution (through direct donation or fundraising efforts) of $100/year