Howard County Arts Council Seeks Assistants and Volunteers for Summer Camp 2014

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The Howard County Arts Council (HCAC) is currently accepting applications for Camp Assistants (paid) and Camp Volunteers (unpaid) for its 2014 Visual and Performing Arts Summer Camps. Downloadable applications are available on the "Getting Involved" page of HCAC's website at www.hocoarts.org.

Duties of the Assistant and Volunteer positions include preparing classrooms and materials for the day's activities, supervising campers in art-related activities as directed by the classroom instructor, and monitoring campers during breaks, lunch times, etc. There is at least one Assistant or Volunteer per class. Assistants must be aged 18 by June 16, 2014; Volunteers must be aged 15 by September 1, 2014.

Camps are offered June 23 - August 15 from 9am-3:30pm; before- and after-care are offered from 8-9am and 3:30-6pm, respectively. Hours for the Assistants and Volunteers will vary; however, Assistants must work a full day (8:45am - 3:45pm) and commit to at least one full camp session. Opportunities may be available to work extended hours during before- and after-care. Application deadline for priority consideration is March 1.

The Howard County Arts Council is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve the citizens of Howard County by fostering the arts, artists and arts organizations. The Howard County Arts Council receives major grants from the Howard County Government and the Maryland State Arts Council and sustaining annual support from corporate, foundation and individual sponsors.

Howard County Arts Council offices are located at the Howard County Center for the Arts, 8510 High Ridge Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043. The Howard County Center for the Arts is an accessible facility encouraging the full participation of individuals with disabilities. For information, call 410.313.ARTS (2787), fax 410.313.2790, or email info@hocoarts.org.




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