Are you a professional actor? Please lend your talnt to our cause by volunteering four hours of your time during our Page Play Performance Season – and help bring our youth’s voices to life by reading their original work in front of an audience. View our schedule HERE.
Do you enjoy theatre? Do you want to support our youth’s artistic expression? Come be a guest and check out any of our youth or Page Play performances and help honor the hard work of our youth by attending a production of their work. View our schedule HERE.
Do you love social media and are passionate about our cause? Sign up to be a Social Media Ambassador and your online voice could help propel our organization to new audiences and supporters, helping US continue to provide and expand our services.
Do you have a few hours to lend in our office to aid with administrative tasks such as data entry? Your assitance is critical in helping staff efficiently execute their priorities, providing a valuable tool to further our mission.
Are you a photographer and a fan of our work? We would love your help in capturing the many special moments we create through our programs.
S.T.A.R. Volunteer Mentors greatly impact and inspire our participants by supporting workshops and performances. See below for how you can directly assist our teams on the ground by becoming a S.T.A.R. Volunteer Mentor!
Interested in volunteering with US? Email firstname.lastname@example.org today and include your area of interest!
The Unusual Suspects gives Los Angelenos the opportunty to have fun in a creative atmosphere by mentoring participants in theatre programs at school sites in South Los Angeles and the Northeast San Fernando Valley, as well as probation camps throughout LA County.
In the Writing program, students create an original play that culminates in a staged reading, performed by professional actors. In the Performance program, students mount a full theatrical production of the play that they have written.
The needs of volunteers vary from role to role but we are looking for volunteers to donate at least 4 hours of their time.
We require all volunteer photographers bring their own equipment needed to support the performances and workshops. No equipment will be provided.
Of course! You will be working alongside current US staff that will walk you through working in the US office.
While experience and/or interest in theatre, acting or writing are helpful, it is not necessary. We also welcome Mentors with other interests, such as social work, psychology, community development, and education.
Keep an eye out on our website and social media pages for upcoming events and volunteer needs.
Our programs take place in middle and high schools in South LA, San Fernando, and Pacoima, and at probation camps throughout LA County. You’ll need your own transportation!
All mentors will need to pass background checks and TB tests. Mentors supporting our incarcerated youth in the juvenile detention centers will also need advanced approval from probation. US works with all of our mentors to ensure proper paperwork is submitted and approved.
Please Contact US Program Manager Adrienne at 323.739.0768 x201 or at email@example.com
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