Boston’s Best Volunteer Opportunities For Art Lovers

May 12, 2014 10:00 AM
Boston’s Best Volunteer Opportunities For Art Lovers
" No matter how well funded an art institution or program is, there is always a need for volunteers. Moreover, volunteering gives hopefuls in a variety of art fields the experience that they likely would not be able to get at a paying job unless they already have a degree or other experience in that field. Thankfully, Boston has a variety of opportunities for art lovers willing to donate their time. From large institutions to start-up programs, there are a number of places in the city that need help.

(Photo credit: Artists For Humanity/Facebook)

Artists For Humanity 100 W. 2nd St. Boston, MA 02127 (617) 268-7620

Artists for Humanity is all about getting underprivileged kids to a point where they can find employment in artistic fields. There are plenty of ways to donate to the organization or work with teenagers who are involved with Artists for Humanity. Hopeful volunteers can take the first step toward working with Artists for Humanity by visiting its studio. There, they can learn what it takes to be an ambassador for the project or tutor students who are having a hard time maintaining the 2.0 grade point average required for participation "

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