SOCIAL MEDIA FOR APRIL BENEFIT CONCERT
The Performance Project
WEBSITE SUPPORT & SOCIAL MEDIA
We are looking for someone to collaborate virtually with the co-directors of the Performance Project to handle facebook and Instagram posts for our Benefit Concert/Community Building Event, "Shout, Elevate, Inspire!" between March 1st and May 3rd. We hope to represent our mission, vision and youth programs to inspire people to attend out Benefit Concert!
We already already have a social media calendar for this event.
- Experience in social/digital media networking.
- Organized, positive attitude, detail oriented, good with deadlines.
- Preferred: Editing (photo/video/text)
- Co-Develop and manage social media for Benefit Concert
- Generate, edit, publish and share content on social media (text, images, video) that builds meaningful connections and encourages community members to engage around Benefit concert and with The Performance Project.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About The Performance Project
300 Appleton St, Holyoke, MA 01040, US
MISSION The Performance Project is an arts community of many ages and ancestries that engages young people in artistic training, inter-generational mentoring, leadership development, and community building through the arts.
THE PERFORMANCE PROJECT
The Performance Project began in 2000 as a theater and movement workshop at the Hampshire Jail and House of Corrections in Northampton, MA. We collaborated incarcerated men to create performances based on their personal life experiences to encourage self-reflection and healing.
Our work with youth began in 2008 with First Generation youth program.
First Generation engages youth in artistic training, inter-generational mentoring, leadership development, social justice and community building through the arts. First Gen members may be the first in their family to grow up in the US, to speak English, to graduate high school, go to college, be openly LGBT+, be an activist, break a silence, among many other firsts....
First Gen youth participants create original multi-lingual physical theater. Our plays have been performed in schools, colleges, theaters, summits and conferences in Western Massachusetts, and at two international theater festivals.
Visual Art Residencies bring our artistic and community building process to youth who are incarcerated and in treatment.