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Camp Employment Opportunities

Counselor & Coordinator Opportunities: 

ACA is seeking mature, reliable and energetic counselors and coordinators, who enjoy working with kids, for our 2024 Vacation Arts Camp programs! 

Camp Counselors for 2024 February/April Art Camps

for teens ages 16+

Camp Counselors for 2024 Summer Art Camps

for teens ages 16+

 

Camp Counselor Internship Program

for teens ages 15-16

** please note that this program is not available during the February & April Vacation weeks

Camp Coordinator for 2024 February/April Art Camps

for young professionals

Camp Teacher Opportunities:

ACA is currently seeking experienced art teachers for our 2024 Art Camp programs, which are offered for children in grades 1-10. We are seeking instructors for the following programs:

Visual Art Teacher for 2024 Vacation Camps

(for campers in grades 1-6 and 6-12)

Drama, Theater and Movement Teacher for 2024 Vacation Camps

(for campers in grades 1-6)

Music Teacher for 2024 Vacation Camps

(for campers in grades 1-6)

Interested candidates are also welcome to review our HireCulture page for up-to-date listings of hiring opportunities

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to: 

 

Please be sure to indicate which program(s) you are applying for/would like to be considered for.

A student and camp counselor hand build with clay during ACA's summer camp program.
A teacher instructs four young students drawing in a classroom.
A teacher and one student engaged in drumming on two small, stand alone drums.

Semester Art Teachers

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 Director, at cat@acarts.org. 

 

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.

A teacher instructs a student who is painting with watercolors.

Volunteer Opportunities

As a small nonprofit organization, ACA relies on the help of our supporters and volunteers to be able to offer creative, dynamic and inspiring art programs and events all year-round. We hope you'll consider joining our team of volunteers -- whether you are interested in helping out with one-time events, or offering weekly administrative support, your assistance is vital to our mission and ongoing operations! Please use our Volunteer Application to let us know a little bit about you and which volunteer opportunities you are interested in. 

Note: for high school students, volunteer opportunities can be used as community service hours.

Please note: our current ongoing and event-specific volunteer opportunities are indicated below. If you haven't already, please fill out the Volunteer Application to receive more information about these opportunities, including links to sign up for specific volunteer shifts. 

  • Ongoing -- Gallery Sitter/Greeter: Gallery Sitters/Greeters help to greet and direct visitors to the ACA (including the Shaira Ali Gallery). Volunteers may also be asked to help with some light administrative tasks during down time and should also feel free to bring a book or laptop.

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Strengthening Equity: 

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. 

Three smiling campers stand in front of their counselor outside of ACA's building
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