Employment & Volunteering

High School Students – Come intern with us!

Internships for Youth 15-21

Deadline to apply: February 24th. Apply Today!

February -April 2021

The Inclusive Arts Vermont internship is available to youth ages 15-21. The 7-week experience is youth-directed and open-ended. Students are expected to attend each session and work on their own. The internship offers credit hours as needed.

Interns will guide their own learning. Past internships have included making art, interviewing professionals, connecting with peers, and investigating topics of interest. The possibilities are endless!

Group Meetings will be held via Zoom, Tuesdays 9:30-11:00, March 9- April 27 2021.

Applications are due February 24, students will be notified the week of March 1.

Download the internship position description

To Apply: Fill out the form either online or this document emailed to Heidi Swevens.

For accommodations with the application (phone call, text in email, paper application in the mail, etc) contact heidi@inclusiveartsvermont.org or 802.238.5170

Volunteering

“I have always enjoyed helping people. Volunteering here has given me the opportunity to pair my love of the arts with my desire to make the world a better place.”

Volunteer

Your time and talent can make a difference! Volunteers and interns play a valued role in the success of our programs, and have fun while doing it.

Whether you prefer to work behind the scenes or take center stage, Inclusive Arts Vermont invites you to share your skills in service to our mission. Possibilities for tasks include event planning and outreach, tabling at events, stuffing mailings, board membership, program support, and more. Short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities are available. You, too, can help us engage the capabilities and enhance the confidence of children and adults with disabilities through the magic of the arts.

To learn more about volunteer and internship opportunities at Inclusive Arts Vermont, contact Heidi Swevens.

Three interns stand together, arms around each other. They all smile directly at the camera.
A group of 11 volunteers from Middlebury College smile at the camera with their arms around eachother.