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Teen volunteers brighten up art camp

By Marcella Franklin on Jul 09, 2018 at 11:13 PM in Featured Articles
Teen Program Aids Summer Camp - CVN article - 03JUL18 photo by David Powdrell

From left, teens Emma Lapidus, Jillian Stineman, Adele Brun and Eduardo Vences head into the Carpinteria Arts Center’s summer camp program to volunteer.

This year’s volunteer cohort includes a teenager from France, Adele Brun, who is spending a month in Carpinteria living with her California cousin and volunteering at the Arts Center.

This story was originally published in the Carpinteria Coastal View News Vol. 24, No. 41 June 5-11, 2018.

Photo by David Powdrell.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR ANNUAL SUMMER CAMP TEEN VOLUNTEER PROGRAM AID (PA) POSITIONS, click HERE.  

PAs earn 35 hours of community service per week, from 8:30 AM-3:30 PM.  They also qualify for free tuition to future art classes.

PAs are responsible for assisting the professional teaching artists by preparing materials and helping the children with hands-on art making or assisting the performing arts instructor with the students during afternoon activities. 







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