Employment

You are invited to submit an employment application and resume at any time.  We are happy to keep your application on file in case opportunities arise.  Send your application (VSAVT employee and volunteer application form (.doc)) and materials to info@vsavt.org.

Development & Communications Assistant

VSA Vermont seeks a part-time (28 hours/week) Development and Communications Assistant to support its fundraising and management team. This individual will manage the donor database, assist with mailings, and work with the Executive Director to coordinate marketing efforts. The position is perfect for someone looking to build skills while learning about best practices in nonprofit management in a collaborative and fun environment. The ideal candidate will have great written communication skills, strong organizational skills, and a working knowledge of both Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite. Applicants should have a passion for the mission of VSA Vermont and an interest in the arts, diversity awareness, and disability inclusion.

Download the full job description. (PDF)

To apply: email a cover letter, brief writing sample, and resume to Katie Miller at katie@vsavt.org by Friday, November 16.

A group of four college student volunteers make a drum together at BOOM.

A group of four college student volunteers make a drum together at BOOM.

Volunteering and Internships

Your time and talent can make a difference! Volunteers and interns play a valued role in the success of VSA Vermont’s (VSA VT) programs. And it’s fun!

Whether you prefer to work behind the scenes or take center stage, VSA VT invites you to share your skills in service to our mission. From event planning and outreach, prize solicitation, graphic design, board membership to social media updates, administrative and database support—and more, we connect volunteer abilities with organizational needs. Short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities are available. You, too, can help us engage the capabilities and enhance the confidence of children and adults with disabilities through the magic of the arts.

To learn more about volunteer and internship opportunities at VSA VT, contact us.

Download: VSAVT employee and volunteer application form (.doc)

“I have always enjoyed helping people. Volunteering with VSA has given me the opportunity to pair my love of the arts with my desire to make the world a better place.” Hadley Priebe, VSA Vermont Intern

Mentoring

VSA VT matches adult mentors with disabilities to high school youth with disabilities for arts-based mentoring during the school year. You can read more about the program and download application forms on this page: high school and mentoring. If you’d like to become a mentor or a mentee (student), please fill out an application and return it to Toby (toby@vsavt.org) by email or postal mail.

Start With The Arts

For information on the current cycle of Start with the Arts programming and applications, see the Start with the Arts page.

Arts Connect

A young bearded man supervises a child using tape to make a bucket drum.

A young bearded man supervises a child using tape to make a bucket drum.

The application period for Arts Connect is now closed.

Workshops and Professional Development

If you’re interested in having VSA VT staff or teaching artists provide a workshop for your group or organization, please contact us.