Art Camp Counselors:
ACA is seeking mature, reliable and energetic counselors (ages 16 & above), who enjoy working with kids, for our 2020 Art Camp programs!
Assistant Camp Counselors:
ACA is also seeking Assistant Counselors for our 2020 Summer Art Camp programs!
An Assistant Counselor is a teen in grades 9 or 10 who wants to acquire professional experience with the support and guidance of an ACA staff member as they grow into the role of an Arts Camp Counselor. Assistant Counselors receive daily assignments, which involve assisting campers in their activities and supporting the roles of the teachers and counselors.
Assistant Counselors may receive a weekly stipend or redeem their hours for community service requirements.
We welcome course proposals year round. If you would like to teach at ACA, please send a resume and cover letter, including a description of what you'd like to teach, to Cat Beaudoin, ACA's Education & Programs Manager, at
All class proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and we will contact you for further information if we feel your proposal might be a good fit for an upcoming term.
Arlington Center for the Arts makes an intentional effort to center access, equity, and inclusivity as we expand our artistic, administrative, leadership, and instructional teams. We recognize this is an effort we needed to put into practice long ago. We are actively educating ourselves and strategizing to uphold more equitable practices from here on out. Historical and institutional barriers have a significant impact on who has had access to what opportunities. At the ACA, we believe these marginalized communities must be centered in our work. With this in mind, ACA strongly encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds including people of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals, intergenerational voices, people of varying abilities and other marginalized communities to apply to any opportunities that my interest them.