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Dallas Museum of Art Community Programs Volunteer

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Recruiting Organization: Dallas Museum of Art

Community Programs Volunteer

Reports to: C3 Gallery Manager

Department: Education

Classification: Volunteer

Time Commitment: 6 hours per month

Positions Available: 6

Dates: starting April 7 or April 8 for training

Location: Both onsite at the DMA and offsite venues

Volunteer Description and Responsibilities:

Informed by community input and guided by the findings of the Dallas Cultural Plan, DMA Community Programs amplify the voices and creativity of our city by increasing equitable access to the arts through collaborations with local organizations, area artists, and Dallas Communities.

The Community Engagement team is seeking to increase its pool of volunteers to support Community Programs both onsite and offsite. These programs include classes, multi-session workshops and larger community events for diverse audiences of all backgrounds and abilities. Programs take place during the week (afterschool) and on the weekends (primarily Saturdays).

Interested volunteers may apply here.

Volunteers will provide program support for Community programs including:

  • Material and supply prep
  • Promoting the DMA and its programs
  • Helping to lead and facilitate programs
  • Assisting program participants
  • Helping with program setup and tear down
  • Helping to document the program through feedback gathering and photo documentation

Program training and shadowing programs is required before volunteering. Spring training dates have been scheduled for Friday, April 7 from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 8 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Community Programs volunteers will receive complimentary parking in the DMA garage when they are scheduled to volunteer onsite. All volunteers are required to undergo a DMA background check and track their service hours for volunteer records and reports.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Volunteers must be 18 or older
  • Enthusiasm for interacting with people of all ages and backgrounds
  • Interest in art, art history, or education a plus
  • Ability to provide own transportation to programs
  • Punctuality, dependability, and flexibility
  • Good communication skills and the ability to convey information to people of different experience levels and in different settings (small group, individual, large group)
  • Bilingual Spanish skills preferred

Stipend ProvidedFalse

Training ProvidedFalse

Housing AvailableFalse

Language/Cultral Support AvailableFalse

Wheelchair AccessibleFalse

Fee RequiredFalse

Fee Amount: None

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