Work With Us
Class Room Volunteer - Ongoing
This role will work directly with our adult artists with autism in community studio setting. Each day will be different & full of art-making! Volunteers can be of any experience level, but those who have previous classroom, working studio, or art making experience are highly encouraged to sign up.
Art Garden Volunteer
Studio By The Tracks is seeking an Art Garden intern! The ideal candidate should show enthusiasm for the mission of the program: (1) to produce plants that can be used in artmaking and (2) to provide opportunities for connection with nature and hands-on learning experiences for both our youth and adult Studio Artists, and (3) to teach the principles of sustainability through the arts.

The internship will take place during 8 consecutive weeks from April through May, and we ask that our Art Garden intern be able to commit to being with us for 8 hours each week during normal business hours (Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm and Friday 9am-12pm). We are able to provide a $350 stipend upon completion of the internship, and we will also work to provide opportunities to show our thanks with perks like flowers from the garden and seats in our Sustainable Arts Workshops.

You may be asked to help out in one of the following ways:
- Weeding
- Seeding
- Watering
- Harvesting
- Composting
- Processing plant materials into artmaking mediums
- Preparing fibers to be dyed

Our Art Garden intern will gain hands-on experience in the following areas:
- Fundamentals of sustainable gardening
- Botanical arts techniques (such as dyeing fibers with plants, steam bundle dyeing, natural watercolor making, natural dyeing, and botanical printing)

To apply, email with your interest and resume.
Event Volunteer - Ongoing
This role is great for anyone who is not available to volunteer during our classroom hours. Filling out this application will add you to our contact list, and you will be notified of volunteer needs for upcoming events.
Part-Time Youth Program Coordinator
Studio By The Tracks is seeking a part-time Youth Program Coordinator to work with both youth and adults on the autism spectrum.

The Youth Program Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating, teaching, or assisting with for the following programs:

- Allan Cott Youth Classes: SBTT partners with Glenwood, Inc. to serve youth ages 6-18 enrolled in their Allan Cott School for Autism by providing weekly art education classes for approximately 15 students.
- Transitional Program: Our Transitional Program occurs at least twice a year on Wednesday afternoons for 6 consecutive weeks and serves ages 16+ with exploratory arts classes that expose participants to a variety of art mediums and techniques.
- Adult Program: Our core Adult Program consists of supported art making sessions for ages 18+ and serves approximately 50 adult artists on the autism spectrum

During an average week, this role will include teaching and coordinating 2 weekly Allan Cott classes and the twice annual 6-week Transitional Program, as well as assisting in 2 weekly Adult Program classes.