This free summer program offers high school students (ages 14 and up) education and enrichment opportunities in a culture of philanthropy, introducing them to volunteerism and immersing them in the world of Salvador Dalí.
In addition to providing volunteer hours in service of the Museum’s educational mission, students in the Summer VolunTeen Program will interact with Museum staff, docents and guest from the Volunteer Directors Association of Pinellas County to explore the role volunteerism plays in our lives and to reflect on why it matters.
Students may use eligible volunteer hours for Bright Futures, National Honor Society, the International Baccalaureate® (IB) program, ExCel, or CAS requirements.
The program consists of six sessions and a final presentation and reception:
- Saturday, June 12, 12-2pm
- Saturday, June 19, 12-2pm
- Saturday, June 26, 12-2pm
- Saturday, July 10, 12-2pm
- Saturday, July 17, 12-2pm
- Saturday, July 24, 12-2pm
- Thursday, July 29, 6-8pm
Applicants agree to…
- Adhere to all Museum Health and Safety policies
- Attend at least 5 of the 6 sessions. (Advance notification of absence is requested.)
- Have an active e-mail account and check it at least once a week before sessions.
- Practice appropriate Museum behavior, being respectful to Museum staff, docents, other volunteers, visitors, peers and guest speakers.
- Work at the App Information Desk and/or as a Gallery greeter for 6 hours (2 shifts) each week for the length of the 6-week program.
How to apply
Complete the online application below, including a letter of commitment by May 31, 2021.
For additional information please contact:
Simone Crawley, Volunteer Manager