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Join Us

Art With Impact is seeking passionate, inspiring individuals to join our team.

Looking to engage with us and volunteer? Become an Art With Impact Ambassador! AWI Ambassadors are an essential component of the Art With Impact network. They are passionate about reducing the stigma around mental illness through creativity, and generously put their time, expertise, and passion to work for positive change.

Job Opportunities
Partnerships Manager US

We are hiring a Partnerships Manager to take point on outreach and booking for our arts-based, mental wellness workshops. This person will be responsible for overseeing research, conducting outreach, and initiating communication with potential workshop hosts at schools throughout the country. Once a school is ready to book a workshop you’ll coordinate with workshop organizers to find a date and time that works for everyone and make a warm handoff to our programming team.

Full job description available here.

Facilitator - Movies for Mental Health California, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, New England, Canada

We are hiring several Facilitators to run our Movies for Mental Health workshops at colleges and universities throughout the Midwest. Our workshops use a proven curriculum that leverage short film and dialogue to reduce stigma around mental illness, and connect college students with resources both on-campus and in their communities. You will be trained to take our model and apply it successfully, while creatively observing yourself, the workshops, and participant responses to discover areas of possible improvement.

Full job descriptions in US available here.

Full job descriptions in Canada available here.

Facilitator - Black + Mental Health + Matters California, Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, New England, Canada

We are hiring several Facilitators to run our Black + Mental Health + Matters workshops at colleges and universities throughout the Midwest. Our workshops use a proven curriculum designed to support Black students and connect them with resources both on-campus and in their communities. You will be trained to take our model and apply it successfully, while creatively observing yourself, the workshops, and participant responses to discover areas of possible improvement.

Full job descriptions in US available here.

Full job descriptions in Canada available here.

Facilitator - Poetry for Mental Health California, New England, Canada

We are hiring several Facilitators to run our Poetry for Mental Health workshops at colleges and universities throughout California. Our workshops use a proven curriculum that employs a technique wherein students Immerse themselves in a topic, Explore their thoughts and feelings about it, then Express themselves through the written word. You will be trained to take our model and apply it successfully, while creatively observing yourself, the workshops, and participant responses to discover areas of possible improvement.

Full job descriptions in US available here.

Full job descriptions in Canada available here.

Volunteer Opportunities
AWI Ambassadors Canada + US

The AWI Ambassadors are a community of students, artists, and advocates who want to continue taking part in conversations about mental health, wellness, and the power of the arts. Together, we can make real change in our world, reducing stigma and supporting the mental wellness of everyone. Ambassadors are folks who want to create fundraising events in support of AWI. This can be through social media or IRL… past events have included gallery shows, acapella concerts, and more!

To become an AWI Ambassador, apply to join our private AWI Community group on Facebook.

Online Fundraising US + Canada

Want to help raise valuable funds for Art With Impact’s arts-based mental health workshops? Create an online fundraising page of your own in the US or Canada – mention why the cause matters to you and share with your networks!

Board Member US

We are looking for motivated, enthusiastic board members to guide and support our vibrant and growing charity! If interested, connect with Nic at [email protected]