The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is seeking volunteers and interns. Between the main building and galleries, the art school, and the 500-seat performing arts center (HC-PAC), there are a wide variety of projects and special events from which you can choose.
With more than 15 volunteer positions available including:
- Media Analyst
- Youth Programming Ambassador
- Grant/Development Assistant
- Social Media Coordinator
- Gallery Interpreters
- And many more…
Areas of Interest
…there are plenty of opportunities for everyone. Here’s your chance to be a part of an innovative organization with unique visual and performing arts programs, exhibitions, films, and performances which introduce fresh perspectives to the arts; or work with one of our renowned education programs for children and adults, which celebrate creativity and excellence.
Our amazing volunteers are an integral part of what makes the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood one of only seven Major Cultural Institutions in Broward County.
Please attend one of our upcoming orientations to hear more details about how we can use your talents and experience to help us increase our impact in the community.
For more information on volunteering please call 954. 921. 3274.
Technical Assistant (lighting/sound)
Responsibilities: Work closely with technical director setting up and breaking down lighting and sound equipment for theater productions. May also assist in running equipment during events.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age. Helpful if familiar and handy with tools. Some lifting may be required.
Responsibilities: Work with staff to promote theater programs and to increase visibility of the 500 seat performing arts facility.
Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and/or Excel. Excellent oral and written communications skills.
Responsibilities: Prepare and maintain a schedule for theater volunteers, who work as ticket takers, ushers, concessionaires, etc., and coordinate them to insure all positions are adequately staffed for upcoming events.
Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel helpful.
Social Media Coordinator
Responsibilities: Post regular updates of theater events and programs on social media platforms.
Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Excellent knowledge of the Internet and social media sites, such as Twitter and Facebook.
Responsibilities: Welcome theater guests. Assist with ticket taking and guest seating. May also include some pre-event concession area set-up.
Qualifications: Enjoy interacting with people and ability to stay on one’s feet.
Responsibilities: Assist staff in tracking and analyzing media coverage of Center’s programs and events by column inches received, source of coverage, and other metrics. May also assist with preparation of monthly reports.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age.
Responsibilities: Assist staff with the creation of press releases, artists’ books, newsletters, promotional copy, and annual reports. May also assist with updating the Center’s calendar of events and website.
Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age. Knowledge of Microsoft Word. Good writing skills and PR/advertising experience a plus.
Responsibilities: Assist staff with the processing of new memberships and contacting existing members for renewals. Will also conduct monthly member surveys and will help prepare monthly/quarterly reports.
Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and/or Excel helpful.
Marketing / PR Assistant
Responsibilities: Assist staff with promoting the Center’s programs and events by identifying and contacting local civic/service organizations, homeowner/condo associations, museums /galleries, colleges and universities. Will also schedule presentations before these groups by Center staff and make deliveries of promotional materials.
Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age. Knowledge of Microsoft Word helpful. If willing to make deliveries, dependable transportation needed.
Responsibilities: Locate and acquire information on youth education programs for grades K-12, including cost and availability, via internet research and by telephoning other educational institutions. General office duties, including filing, copying, and faxing, as needed.
Qualifications: Ability to work independently. Internet research experience helpful. Good phone and communication skills.
Responsibilities: Inventory and maintain costumes, props, and other supplies used for children’s theater productions. May include some minor repair work (sewing and gluing) and keeping storage area organized.
Qualifications: Interest in arts and crafts. Some lifting may be required.
Youth Programming Ambassador
Responsibilities: Work closely with senior staff to promote the educational programming of the Center. Will attend and speak before school assemblies (e.g., career day), civic organizations, job fairs, and other education-related special events.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age. Dependable. Must enjoy public speaking.
Responsibilities: Assist Teachers and Educational Staff by taking supplies to camp locations, helping with arts activities, monitoring during lunch time, escorting children to the bathroom, administrative assistance, and other duties as assigned. You are the instructor’s “right hand,” and are an important part of making camp a success! You will be assigned locations to report to during your time working with camp. These assignments may change throughout the summer.
Qualifications: Teens ages 14 or older. Must commit to four weeks over the summer, Monday through Friday from 8:45 am – 4:15 pm. Download Teen Arts Ambassador Application
Summer Gallery Monitor
Responsibilities: Assist Center staff with greeting gallery patrons and overseeing that all guidelines for visitation are thoroughly observed by any attendees of our summer exhibition.
Qualifications: Ability to work well with the public. Open to adults and teens, ages 15 or older. There is a schedule of designated shifts with a minimum number of days, weeks, and hours requested. Download Gallery Monitor Volunteer Application
Special Events Assistant
Responsibilities: Assist Center staff to prepare for exhibition openings, gallery events, and major fundraisers. Tasks will vary based on the event, but may include event setup, preparation of refreshments, guest/member check in, and monitoring of the gallery exhibits.
Qualifications: Ability to work well with the public.
Responsibilities: Will work closely with the Center’s Curator and staff to assist with proofreading and editing exhibition catalogs, artist books, promotional materials, and the Center’s annual report.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age. Excellent written communication skills and attention to detail.
Responsibilities: Perform general office duties including filing, copying, and faxing. Prepare and revise documents, correspondence, and spreadsheets.
Qualifications: Knowledge of Microsoft Office software and Excel helpful. Good communication skills.
Responsibilities: Will interact with the Exhibitions Department staff and become familiar with pertinent information dealing with the exhibition, and the artists and their work. Will give tours of the gallery and assist the public with interpretation of the exhibition.
Qualifications: Interest in the visual arts and ability to work well with the public.
Responsibilities: Assist Center staff in handling all aspects of silent and/or live auction items held in conjunction with Center events. Duties may include researching potential donors, preparing follow-up correspondence, and keeping track of incoming donations. Event attendance preferred.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age. Good communication skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel helpful.
Grant Development Assistant
Responsibilities: Assist Center staff in researching and identifying sponsorship opportunities for Center exhibitions, education and performing arts programs, artist lectures, and more. Assist in sponsor cultivation and preparation of grant applications.
Qualifications: Knowledge of Microsoft Word and/or Excel and the Internet. Attention to detail.
Event Commitee Members
Responsibilities: Work with other committee members to plan, organize, and produce the Center’s “fun”d raising events. Will be involved in all the aspects of the staging of these special events including, but not limited to, the décor, the catering, and the entertainment.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age and able to attend committee meetings after regular business hours.
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported in part by its members, admissions, private entities, the City of Hollywood, the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council; the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture; and the Kresge Foundation. We welcome donations from all members of the community who wish to support our work.