Anna's Arts for Kids

The vision of Anna’s Arts for Kids is to inspire effective change in local youth ages 5 to 13 through academic development, performing arts training, community service, and environmental awareness.

WHAT YOU DO

Service learning tasks include after-school tutoring and homework assistance for youth (preK-8th grade) and Saturday arts activities.

*Students serving at AAK are expected to complete 1 volunteer shift per week over the course of 10 weeks (for a total of 10 shifts)Therefore, students must be willing to serve more hours than most service learning courses require.

Click here for a list of dates for AAK's fall 2014 session.

WHAT YOU LEARN

Service learners can expect to receive hands-on training in child education. They will also learn about issues of poverty and its effect on children and the resourcefulness of children in overcoming the challenges that life presents. Service learners will learn what it means to be a role model for youth who aspire to go to college.

INTERACTIONS

elementary school children • middle schoolers

Jobs Listing

Assistant Director for Operations

Social Media Manager

PRESERVICE REQUIREMENTS

  1. Students interested in serving at AAK should be prepared to provide their resume for review.
  2. Attend a mandatory Safeguarding God's Children training.
  3. Students serving at AAK must pass a background check.

DAYS & TIMES

Mon Tues Thurs Sat
3:30-6:30pm 3:30-6:30pm 3:30-6:30pm

9am-1pm or
1-5pm

 

TRANSPORTATION
St. Anna's Episcopal Church • 1313 Esplanade Ave.
Maps & directions

Biking • 30 min 
Public transit • 60 min 
Green Line shuttle • 60 min, schedule
Driving • 15 min

CONTACT
Jackie Yang
Director of Operations & Finance
jackie@stannanola.org
504.947.2121 x 19

Darryl Durham
Program Director
darryl@stannanola.org
504.947.2121 x 19