Danceability, Inc., a non-profit dance studio for children and adults with special needs is looking for a volunteer graphic designer to assist with the creation of marketing materials, recital program and more. Opportunity can fulfill community service hours.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Assist in the creation of new marketing deliverables
Adhere to danceability brand guidelines and complete projects according to deadline
Design and produce flyers, table tents, large pull-up banners, etc... for events
Design and produce the 2021 Annual Performance program book
Familiarity and ownership of desired software preferred
Strong creative and analytical skills
Ability to meet deadlines and stay on track
Organization and attention to detail
Training & Supervision:
Volunteers will be required to attend orientation to become familiar with the studio
Reports to the Executive Director and Community Engagement Specialist
Time Commitment & Availability:
Schedule is flexible based on availability
Busiest times include August, September, January, April (as needed)
Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 7 if you are interested and be prepared to submit two work samples upon request.
Danceability is an individualized dance, fitness and movement program serving the special needs community. Our studio is led by qualified staff and dedicated volunteers who create a nurturing environment that empowers our students to flourish and grow while promoting a healthy lifestyle... and we have a little fun along the way.
Danceability is an individualized dance, fitness and movement program serving the special needs community. Our studio is led by qualified staff and dedicated volunteers who create a nurturing environment that empowers our students to flourish and grow while promoting a healthy lifestyle...and we have a little fun along the way.
Danceability is a dance and movement program for children and adults with special needs. Our dancers are challenged with disabilities such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, mental retardation, learning disabilities, ADHD, and psychiatric disorders. Dancers attend class once a week from September to May. The first half of the season focuses on learning dance technique, building friendships, playing games and having fun. the second half of the year is preparation for our annual performance; learning a choreographed routine, getting a costume and rehearsing on stage. Dancers who need help are assisted by volunteers, so that parents and staff can relax in our waiting room. Families are encouraged to utilize the time their children are in class to relax, swap resources, vent and socialize with other families as a mini-respite for themselves.
Arts & Culture
Media & Broadcasting
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
2365 George Urban BlvdDepewDepew, NY14043
July 15, 2020
Brand Development & Messaging
Graphic Design / Print
Adobe Creative Suite
Verbal / Written Communication
Must be at least 16
Orientation or Training
Please see description. Flexibility in hours, opportunity for remote work.