Volunteer & Internship

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2018 Mystic Outdoor Art Festival Volunteers
Our volunteers are ambassadors for the Mystic Outdoor Art Festival (MOAF) and the Mystic Community… they are the heart and soul of this Festival and your contribution is not only appreciated but also essential to our success.
Volunteers are invited to a pre-festival reception where they will receive their free volunteer t-shirt, information about the various roles, and light bites and drinks!
Street Captains and Set-Up Team: Responsible for greeting arriving artists, checking to make sure all artists/vendors are following MOAF guidelines, control proper booth set up, answer questions and assist artists when needed.
Street Assistants: Responsible for making sure all artists and vendors continue to follow MOAF guidelines. Also make themselves available for rest breaks and bathrooms breaks for the artists. Keep an eye on the trash barrels on their street, and let a committee person know if they are completely filled.
Information Booth Assistants: Responsible for handling cash and credit card transactions for sales of merchandise. Also available to answer questions and give out important information to show exhibitors and attendees.
Children’s Art Park: Assist the staff and children in the Art Park with whatever project is currently ongoing.
Artist Award Breakfast: Assist with setting up and breaking down breakfast/coffee for artists.

Sign up online at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e4cafaf23abf85-2018

Deadline 8/1/18  (posted 7/6/18)

Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London is seeking enthusiastic individuals interested in art, art history, American history, and public relations to join our Volunteer Docent Program. Docents play an important role in leading museum tours for children and adults, greeting the public, and engaging visitors in hands-on art activities.

All new docents will receive extensive training in New London, regional, and the Museum’s history, our permanent and special exhibitions, as well as a foundation for leading tours for all ages. To ensure that both the Museum and docents make the most of the training, we ask for a two (2) year commitment, attendance in bi-monthly meetings from September through June, and a minimum of 12 hours of service each year. All active docents will be eligible for Docent Benefits.  Bi-lingual, especially Spanish, is a plus but is not required. A history with art, children and/or the public is a bonus. For more information, click HERE.

Goodspeed Musicals’ Administrative Internship Program welcomes qualified applicants from colleges and universities. A major goal of the program is to serve as a training ground for aspiring theatre professionals. This program offers interns experiential learning and networking opportunities, complimentary tickets to Goodspeed productions and productions at other theatres when available, the opportunity to earn college credit through an academic institution, the ability to view archival Goodspeed production footage, regular seminars taught by Goodspeed staff members, meetings with staff members, a tour of Goodspeed facilities, access to the world-renowned Scherer Library of Musical Theatre and educational opportunities tailored to interns’ or volunteers’ individual interests.

Goodspeed offers internships in the following departments: Education & Library, Marketing/Public Relations, Producing, Company Management, and Management (graduate-level applicants only). Each administrative department determines hours and commitment for internship and volunteer positions individually. All internships are unpaid.  For more information and to apply, please visit our website at www.goodspeed.org/education-library/internships.  (Posted 1/16/17)