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Creative Mentor (Classroom Assistants: In person & Virtual)

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  • 64 people are interested
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Creative Mentors help Teaching Artists set up/break down classes, provide a supportive and welcoming presence, connect with and assist participants, take photographs, take attendance, and generally model good behavior.

Creative Mentors get a front-row to engaging in the class content and Path with Art is often able to provide materials for those that want to learn alongside participants. Creative Mentors commit to volunteering for the entire duration of a 4 to 8-week class. Classes generally meet on weekday afternoons or early evenings for 2 hours each week

Examples of current classes include:

  • Path with Art Singers
  • Introduction to Monoprinting
  • Acting from the Everyday
  • Plein Air Ink Drawing
  • Expressive Drawing
  • Writing your Alter Ego
  • Path with Art Podcast
  • DIY Screenprinting
  • The Art of Song Catching
  • Learn More About Classes and Workshops Here: Pathwithart.org/classes
Interested? Complete our Volunteer Interest Form here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4991198

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About Path with Art


200 Mercer St, SEATTLE, WA 98109, US

Mission Statement

Path with Art fosters the restoration of individuals, groups and society from the effects of trauma through arts engagement and community building.


Since 2008, Path with Art has been at the forefront of a growing international movement that utilizes the power of art as a means to bring dignity, awareness, and healing to the complexities of the issues surrounding homelessness, and recovery from trauma.

As a long-time leader in this field, the Path with Art model is currently being sought out and recognized by communities both nationally and internationally.

Path with Art unites creative engagement with community connection to support people navigating trauma in re-imagining stronger, healthier, and purpose-driven lives and communities. We know the power of this work after 14 years of witnessing the impact on our participants and the community members that are touched by it.

We believe that creative engagement is a fundamental need of the human spirit, not a luxury, which is why we provide access to creative engagement opportunities to those who have the least access and are the most vulnerable amongst us. All year round, we offer individual-based programming and community-engaged programming, utilizing the arts as a tool through which participants develop renewed confidence and stability, actively problem solve, redefine their own narratives, and meaningfully engage in greater community.


Arts & Culture
Homeless & Housing
Arts & Culture, Community, Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Seattle, WA 98109



  • Visual Arts
  • Music Arts
  • Photography
  • Drawing
  • Painting
  • Pottery


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4-8 week classes for 2-3 hours a week.
  • Our classes typically take place during weekday afternoons.

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