Volunteer with us!

Volunteers are the backbone of all Arts for All programs and services. Our programming would not be able to function without the help of YOU, our volunteers.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please click on the “Sign me up!” button below to fill out this brief form to add your name to our list of volunteers. You will be contacted either when we need to request a background check from you, or when we have an upcoming volunteer opportunity that matches the volunteering preferences you gave us. 

Volunteer FAQs

Q: Can you provide me with documentation for my service group / youth group / volunteer organization / to fulfill my community service requirement? 

A: YES! Just let us know in advance when you need it and whether it must list any specific information, such as the hours worked.

Q: When will you contact me about volunteering? 

A: First, fill out our volunteer signup form so we can add you to our list of volunteers. Then, we will contact you when we have an opportunity that matches your preferences. 

Q: If I volunteer for a school/classroom setting, what will I do? 

A: You will assist the teaching artists (TAs) while they instruct workshops in the visual arts, performing arts, culture studies, or creative movement. Assistants will work hands-on with a variety of special education students and participants of all ages. Arts for All classroom workshops are held in Northwest Education Services (NES, formerly TBAISD) classrooms throughout our region. 

Q: What volunteering options are available outside of schools/classrooms?

A: Assist with Arts for All special events such as community outreach / ACCESS events, Cherry Festival Special Needs Day, and the annual Spring Celebration Festival day. Duties may include: Assisting a teaching artist with a workshop, registration, pre-event setup, cleanup, distributing food and beverages, assist students, and more!