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Community Art Collaborative
 
 
 
Maryland Institute College of Art’s (MICA’s) Community Art Collaborative (CAC) is an AmeriCorps program that offers critical support to students and skill development through the arts. CAC members' service builds the capacity of Baltimore's public school system, of nonprofit partner organizations, and of local communities by offering arts programming and community based projects.
 
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This listing is currently not accepting applications.




Member Duties : Members will be placed with host organizations to design and implement high quality arts-based activities for children and youth. Members will facilitate classes and workshops, and assist in the evaluation of classes and program activities. Members will expand the range of after school program offerings, providing outreach to potential program participants, publicizing opportunities and events, and incorporating ongoing feedback from children served into program planning. CAC members will also assist in increasing volunteer opportunities and active networks of volunteers. CAC members will design and implement community-strengthening projects that develop as an outgrowth of the arts-based activities that members will provide in out-of-school time programs.
 
Program Benefits :
Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Living Allowance ,  Training ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Health Coverage . 
 
Terms :
Car recommended . 
 
Service Areas :
Neighborhood Revitalization ,  Children/Youth ,  Education ,  Community and Economic Development ,  Community Outreach . 
 
Skills :
General Skills ,  Social Services ,  Fund raising/Grant Writing ,  Team Work ,  Conflict Resolution ,  Computers/Technology ,  Teaching/Tutoring ,  Non-Profit Management ,  Education ,  Fine Arts/Crafts ,  Youth Development ,  Writing/Editing ,  Leadership ,  Counseling ,  Communications ,  Public Speaking ,  Recruitment ,  Community Organization . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps State / National

Program
Community Art Collaborative

Program Start/End Date
09/04/2013  -   08/15/2014

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
College graduate

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  None

Program Locations MARYLAND   Washington/Baltimore  

Accepting Applications
From  03/12/2013  To  05/15/2013 

Contact Julie Lin
Maryland Institute College Of Art
Baltimore   MD   21217
410-225-4264
cac@mica.edu
mica.edu/cac
 
AmeriCorps

Listing ID 48908


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