Our academic mentors work one-on-one with youth for two to three hours after school. We are looking for committed volunteers who will come prepared to sessions.
Classroom assistants help with the day-to-day functions of the programs we offer at BCAT. In this position, we are looking for volunteers who will promote BCAT culture in our programming.
Program assistants will work on tasks ranging from conducting research to making phone calls to performing data entry to helping as a classroom assistant. We are looking for volunteers who can be flexible and are excited to help advance our mission here at BCAT.
Event volunteers help us set up and take down for events including Food is Art, Friends and Family Night, the annual fundraising event, Spotlight on Youth, open mic nights, and our gallery openings.
Want to make a difference with your time?
If you are interested in joining BCAT’s family of dedicated volunteers, we encourage you to review our available positions: short descriptions are listed and our Youth Arts Program Director can offer more insight into the work you will be doing.
To apply for any of our volunteer positions please fill out the volunteer application below and you will receive a response from our Program Director for next steps! If you would like to complete a hard copy of our application feel free to stop in our center during open hours.
If you have additional questions about volunteering and what you can expect, please email Brandi Cane, Youth Arts Program Director at .