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There are so many ways to get involved at WonderRoot! You could become a member, volunteer, or teach a class, just to name a few. Have an idea about how you’d like to become part of the WonderRoot family and don’t see the info here? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at WonderRoot! There are lots of different ways to volunteer with us.
Want to be a Weekly Volunteer? Weekly Volunteers help staff the WonderRoot Community Arts Center. Weekly Volunteers work a five and a half hour shift each week and make a six month commitment to volunteering on a weekly basis at WonderRoot. This is a great way to volunteer if you are interested in really immersing yourself in the WonderRoot community. If you are interested in becoming a Weekly Volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer Application Form.
Have some spare time? We always need help cleaning and maintaining the Arts Center. It’s light work and it’s essential for our operations. Drop by the Community Arts Center any time we’re open to lend a hand pushing a broom, building some shelves, mixing chemicals in our darkroom, organizing our library – there are hundreds of ways to help.
Want to be an Occasional Volunteer? Occasional Volunteers are contacted when we need extra assistance with special projects and events that occur inside and outside of the WonderRoot Community Arts Center. These volunteers make no commitment to giving their time on specific dates and times, and are able to choose which projects they are interested in assisting with. Occasional Volunteers have previously lent a hand at music shows in the performance venue, in our community garden, and at events such as Wonderglo. If you are interested in becoming an Occasional Volunteer, please send an email inquiry here.
Want to apply for our Internship Program? WonderRoot Interns commit 15-20 hours a week on-site at the Community Arts Center and off-site at various venues. Interns take on a focus with Facilities and Volunteer Management, Arts Administration and Special Events, Social Media and Marketing and Design. In addition, interns participate in a colloquium with Atlanta arts and non-profit professionals, help with the day-to-day functioning of the Community Arts Center and managing programs. Internships are available from January-April, May-August and September-December.
WonderRoot is currently looking for a Spring Intern. The Spring Intern will work in both an administrative and management support role to WonderRoot’s Program Managers and Arts Center Coordinator.
WonderRoot hopes to provide an educational opportunity for the intern through which they learn non-profit arts administration skills, gain programming experience, and improve their community outreach skills. Interns should be able to commit to a minimum of 12 hours a week from January 9, 2017- April 14, 2017. The deadline for applications is December 22, 2016 at 11:59pm. Decision notification will be January 3, 2017. Please apply here.
Want to be involved in a way that falls outside the above descriptions? Have questions? Email us here and let us know what you are thinking!
WonderRoot currently does not have any open positions.
Interested, qualified candidates should make application in the form of electronic submission of cover letter and resumé/CV to email@example.com.
Interviews: Interviews will be conducted with top candidates. Please do not call for inquiries. Notice will be sent when the position is filled.
Employment: WonderRoot is an equal opportunity employer. Competitive applicants from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.