Illinois Art Station’s dynamic programs are supported by a talented group of artists, educators, student interns and volunteers who contribute their time to provide our community with transformative art experiences. Join us in making an impact on our community and its future!
IAS Volunteers help provide quality art experiences by assisting visitors and helping deliver arts programs. If you love art, children, and making a difference this is the perfect opportunity to support IAS.
APPLY TO BE A VOLUNTEER
All IAS Volunteers are:
- 18 years of age or older
- Dedicated and enthusiastic
- Available for at least one 2-hour period per week
- Trained by IAS Staff during their first weeks of volunteering
- Willing to complete a background check
If you are interested in learning more about volunteering and staying up to date on our volunteer opportunities, join our volunteer mailing list! Email your preferred name (please include a first and last name) with the subject line “Join” to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Curatorial Council Internship
Interns will assist the IAS Executive Director with developing, planning, and producing original exhibitions for the Gallery at Illinois Art Station. Internships last 1 semester (with the option to extend for a second). Interns must be entering their junior or senior year of their undergraduate program or a graduate student. All majors and areas of study are encouraged to apply.
The Student Curatorial Council Internship is on a temporary hiatus. Please check again soon for more information.
Executive Director (Full-Time)
The Executive Director is the chief operating officer and administrative leader of the Illinois Arts Station. This position oversees the development and implementation of the strategic plan; actively engages in fundraising and donor-relation experiences; provides financial and personnel oversight; and builds community presence and partnerships to guide the organization toward successful implementation of the mission and vision. All responsibilities should be completed in a manner that ensures IAS provides an environment that promotes respect and acceptance of racial, ethnic, financial status, physical/mental ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and spiritual diversity among IAS staff and children served.
To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and a minimum of three references to IAS Board President, Marla Reese-Weber, at email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately and the estimated start date is May 1, 2022.