Volunteers are the backbone of all Arts for All programs and services.
Arts for All is able to provide community service documentation for school service groups, youth groups, and other volunteer organizations.
**Please note all volunteers working in the schools and interacting with Arts for All participants will first need to complete an Arts for All volunteer application. In addition, all such volunteers will be required to submit to a background check.**
Interested in Volunteering?
Click the button to fill out application below!
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
Sara Hardy Farmers Market, Traverse City
Wednesday, September 11
We’re guests at this market and will be making seed bombs with anyone who swings by and says hi! Plus we also have fun temporary tattoos from Tater Tats.
Contact Melissa@artsforallnmi.org if you’re interested in helping out or have questions! We have a shift 8:30-10:30am and 10:30am-12:30pm.
Help set up, check in dancers, keep snack table full (one for you, one for me), dance (if you want), clean up, smile a lot (you won’t be able to stop yourself) Sign up here if you are already an approved A4A volunteer! Contact Melissa@artsforallnmi.org with any questions!
Assist the artists while instructing workshops in visual art, dance, drama, music or creative movement. Assistants will be required to work hands-on with a variety of special education students/participants, all ages. Volunteer assistants must provide their own transportation. Arts for All art workshops are held in TBAISD classrooms and throughout the community.
Outside Classroom Volunteers:
Assist with Arts for All special events such as Local Community Events, Cherry Festival Special Needs Day, and the annual Spring Celebration Festival Day. Duties may include; workshop assistance, registration, pre-event prep work, set-up and clean-up crew, performers, student assistants, and more as the event requires.