Anna's Arts for Kids
Anna’s Arts for Kids is a positive youth development organization which provides after-school tutoring and training in the arts for youth 3- 16 years old. The program has four core components; academic enrichment, arts and culture exposure, community service and learning about nature. Arts classes include dance, drama, music and visual arts.
If service learners are interested in a career working with children, they can expect to receive hands-on training in this aspect of their future career. 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.
Service learning tasks include after-school tutoring and homework assistance for youth (preK-8th grade) and Saturday arts activities.
St. Anna's Episcopal Church
1313 Esplanade Avenue
Students serving at Anna's Arts for Kids are required to attend a mandatory, on-campus Safeguarding God's Children class on Saturday, February 2, 9:00am - 2:30pm in Multimedia Room 1, Monroe Library. Students must also complete and pass a background check.
|Bike or Cycloserve||Recommended
||40 - 50 min.*|
(On & off-street
|*Take the free university Green Line shuttle to Tidewater (1440 Canal Street at LaSalle, Tulane School of Public Health). Walk 2 blocks to Canal & Rampart. Take the #88 St. Claude-Jackson Barracks bus or #91 Jackson-Esplanade bus to Esplanade. Walk 2 blocks to St. Anna's.|
Days & times
|Monday||3:00 pm - 7:00 pm|
|Tuesday||3:00 pm - 7:00 pm|
|Thursday||3:00 pm - 7:00 pm|
|Saturday||8:30am - 4:00 pm|