Our team includes over 200 volunteers who support the Center in a variety of ways. Volunteering for the arts is a wonderful way to expand your social horizons, learn new skills, share your breadth of experience, and give back to the community.
If you would like to volunteer, please check out the many position descriptions listed below. Choose from regularly scheduled opportunities or our occasional “on call” jobs. Then simply complete and submit the online Volunteer Form and we’ll be in touch with you about opportunities at the Center.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
CCA Volunteer Opportunities
Administration & Receptionist Duties
Help with filing, envelope stuffing, and light PC computer work. As a receptionist you will work at the front desk assisting visitors and artists, and answering the phone. Daytime hours only.
There is always a need for help with repairs around the building. These jobs are intermittent and are on an on-call basis.
Help keep our database up to date by inputting updated addresses, mail merge files, etc. Knowledge of excel and database manipulation helpful.
Help to distribute flyers, posters, etc. around the area.
Love to help raise money? We would love for you to help us!
Receptions and Intermissions Coordinator
Help us schedule volunteers to be at the Center before a reception or show. Coordinate with volunteers to make sure all table service, flowers, and food is in place on time. The Theater Manager or Show Curator will send any special needs/requests before an event to the person holding this coordinator position.
Receptions and Intermissions Volunteers
If you like to help create a lovely party, you’ll love volunteering for a Center event. You may be asked by the event coordinator to do one or more of the following:
- Prepare appetizers and/or sweets and bring them to the Center before an event.
- Provide fresh flowers for the event.
- Serve beverages (an OLCC license may be required) at the event.
- Keep trays fresh, the service table or area clean, and coffee-tea refilled at the event. (Training in food service and handling is helpful.)
- Serve on ‘kitchen patrol’ by helping clean up after an event.
Come an hour before the performance to sell tickets and handle will-call at the box office. Then watch the show with your free admission to the performance.
Come one hour before the performance to serve as an usher. Watch the show with your free admission to the performance, and then stay for light housekeeping duties after the show.
Get involved in helping with a CAST theater production. Assist with set construction, costumes, makeup, props, lighting, stage management, and more. You will be called on a per-show basis as spots are available.
Art Gallery Retail Sales
Help with retail sales in our Gallery. For this position, volunteers will be expected to learn about the artists involved in each show in order to speak with customers about the art and make sales. Also includes light housekeeping.
Art Show Assistant
Assist with hanging and taking down our monthly art exhibitions on an as-needed basis.
Art Teacher’s Aide
Our teachers sometimes need help preparing materials and working with children during our children’s art classes. If you have experience with children and are familiar with art materials, your help will be much appreciated.