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ONE HEART ONE SOUL COALITION

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Our 2022 Art Teacher Onboarding is NOW OPEN! As an art teacher with One Heart One Soul, you will lead art workshops in our partnering shelters for ages ranging from kindergarten through 9th grade.

If you

  • Love art and crafts
  • Are creative
  • Believe in the power of arts
  • Find joy in helping others tap into their creativity
Then we would love to connect with you!

Sessions run for (1) hour and supplies are provided by One Heart One Soul.


Since 2010 One Heart One Soul has traveled into shelters across Chicago bringing the power of arts, conversation and community into shelters serving children and youth experiencing homelessness.

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About ONE HEART ONE SOUL COALITION

Location:

2866 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60618, US

Mission Statement

The mission of One Heart One Soul is to use the power of arts, community, & innovation to connect, empower and encourage youth experiencing homelessness. Our trauma-informed care has three distinct goals through our pillars of action: (1) Providing interactive workshops with homeless youth that focus on creative expression, developing positive outlets and building entrepreneurial skills through the creation of literary and visual works (2) Creating no age-out programs that directly serve marginalized populations and provide them with access to the resources and support they need through our; and (3) Creating initiatives that focus on engaging with communities while exposing and educating communities to the world of homelessness. ‚Äč

Description

One Heart One Soul's vision is to create a world where youth experiencing seasons of homelessness are seen as more than their current situation. A world where our youth are provided with the resources and safety they need to transition out of homelessness and are supported in doing so by the communities they reside in.

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Homeless & Housing

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Multiple locations Chicago, IL 60618

(41.94643,-87.70741)
 

SKILLS

  • Curating
  • Drawing
  • Painting

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 19
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1.5 hours per week
  • Due to the nature of those we work with, consistency is key and we ask for Art Guides to commit to quarterly sessions, which typically run for 3 months meeting 1.5 hours a week.

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