AMERICORPS VOLUNTEER with CLAYMOBILE

The Clay Studio is seeking an AmeriCorps Volunteer through the Notre Dame Mission Volunteers

Service Year
SEPTEMBER 1, 2022-JULY 28, 2023 1700 HR SERVICE TERM

THE ROLE

  • Support The Clay Studio’s community outreach program, Claymobile, by directly working with students and teaching artists in schools, community centers, older adult centers, and social service agencies.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of The Clay Studio’s new arts based after school program.
  • Assist with community events such as the Claymobile Creations student gallery show, the Philadelphia teacher open house, and free family art making days by spreading the word to the community and engaging guests on event days.
  • Collaborate with the Claymobile and after school team on processing student artwork and completing studio tasks.  

THE BENEFITS :
Living Stipend: $16,502 (pre-tax) Segal Education Award: $6,495 Eligible Student Loan Forbearance Health Care
Child Care
Professional Development Community Support
Orientation & Mid-Year Conference 

TO APPLY CONTACT:

Erin Donley
3637 CHESTNUT ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA 19104
570-954-3483
PHILADELPHIA@NDMVA.ORG WWW.NDMVA.ORG/APPLY 

Notre Dame Mission Volunteers (NDMV) is 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports education in local schools and communities across the globe. We believe that education is the central tool in the struggle for human dignity, self-esteem, and willpower. In 1991 the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur founded this program with 6 volunteers supporting a school in Boston. After becoming an early participant in the AmeriCorps program we have grown and now support 500 AmeriCorps members serving in more than 150 organizations across the United States.  NDMV has hosted international volunteers to serve alongside the Sisters of Notre Dame in Kenya, Peru, Haiti, and Brazil. We are also proud partners of the Boulangerie Notre Dame, a bakery and job skills training center in Les Cayes, Haiti.

 

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ABOUT THE CLAY STUDIO

The Clay Studio is Philadelphia's only nonprofit solely dedicated to the education and promotion of the ceramic arts, and is one of the world's leading institutions in the field.  Founded in 1974, The Clay Studio supports the ceramic arts through its artist residencies, exhibitions, studios, classrooms, and outreach programs. The programs of the Clay Studio reflect the dual character of the organization: as a community centered institution involved with the life of the city and region, and as a national and international focal point for ceramic arts. The Clay Studio believes in promoting broad access to the ceramic arts, and programs are geared to all levels of interest and proficiency.