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Through their various skills and interests volunteers provide services that without them would be unavailable. Becoming a volunteer can be a rewarding experience through personal enrichment, increased knowledge of the arts, and meeting people with similar interests. The success of the Averitt Center for the Arts depends on our volunteers.


We have several volunteer opportunities available, including usher, gallery attendant, accessibility guides, seasonal/special event workers, and internships. Scroll below for more information about these

exciting oppurtunities at the Averitt Center.

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If you would like us to contact you about volunteer opportunities, please fill out the form below.

ACCESSIBILITY GUIDES | Accessibility guides may include touring individuals with disabilities through gallery exhibitions, and assisting with instructional programs, as well as helping with performances. This includes working with individuals with hearing and vision impairments, physical limitations and/or intellectual limitations. Interpreters will be needed as requested for performances, special events, and gallery tours.

SEASONAL/SPECIAL EVENT | Seasonal/Special Event Workers will help with various programs, projects and special events. These events might include fundraisers, special events, summer camps, workshops and more. Volunteers in this capacity will be utilized on an as-needed basis.
USHERS | Ushers meet and greet patrons attending theater events, and assist and direct attendees to their designated seats. Other duties include taking tickets, handing out programs, and managing traffic flow.
VOLUNTEER BENEFITS | Volunteers will become more knowledgeable about the arts, receive social benefits of meeting people in the community, as well as be recognized for their service in publications and in the annual report. Volunteer of the Year will be recognized for his/her annual service hours at the annual meeting of the Statesboro Arts Council held at the end of the fiscal year.
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