Support the Center for Puppetry Arts with your time! A wide range of volunteer opportunities is available. We welcome people 16 years of age and older with a variety of skills and backgrounds. We ask that all volunteer candidates are able to commit to a significant length of time, whether that be weekly or monthly and/or be available for special events and periodic needs.
Download the Volunteer Application Form, which is the first step to becoming a volunteer at the Center for Puppetry Arts! An orientation meeting with the volunteer coordinator is required, during which you will fill out a background check consent form, which must be processed before all volunteers begin their time here.
Group orientations occur periodically and you will hear from the Volunteer Coordinator once the orientation is scheduled, based on the Center schedule as well as the amount of applications received.
Upcoming Volunteer Orientation
Wednesday, April 23rd from 3:30pm-4:30pm
You will be contacted about the upcoming volunteer orientations. Choose an orientation to attend
Attend the orientation, pass the background check and pay the required $5.00 background check fee.
You must be 16 years of age or older to volunteer without supervision;
You must be able to commit to a significant length of time, whether it be weekly or monthly, and/or be available for special events and periodic needs. (We prefer a minimum of 40 hours a year.)
You must be able to pass a background check.
You must attend a volunteer orientation, which are scheduled monthly and pay an orientation fee of $5.00.
VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH PHOTO GALLERY
Volunteer of the Year
During the 2011-12 season, the Center recognized Christopher Fraker as our Volunteer of the Year. Christopher has been one of our most dedicated volunteers during this past year and has been a volunteer with us since May 2010. This year alone, he volunteered 132 hours, primarily by assisting our Museum and Production Departments with library and digital archiving. Christopher is a private art instructor and recently obtained his certificate for library and information sciences at Georgia Perimeter College. What he likes most about the Center is working with the staff and his favorite puppet is Alfred Jarry’s Pére Ubu.
Benefits of volunteering include:
Complimentary tickets to many performances and workshops
Complimentary Museum admission
10% off Museum Store purchases
Invitation to annual holiday party
Research library available for personal research
Learn about puppetry from tours, workshops and lectures
Other incentives such as Appreciation Parties / Events based on number
of hours volunteered and at discretion of volunteer coordinator.
Greeting visitors as they arrive
Giving tours of the Museum
Selling concessions at evening performances
Assisting with puppet making during Patron Parties
Preparing materials for Create-A-Puppet Workshops
Helping with mailings and other paperwork
Volunteer Opportunity Descriptions: Greeter
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For other Volunteer opportunities please contact the Volunteer
Coordinator at email@example.com