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Volunteer Qualifications

  • All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
  • All volunteers must provide current contact information (phone numbers, e-mail address) to the Volunteer Coordinator.
  • All volunteers must have a current functioning e-mail that is checked regularly.
  • All volunteers should be available for the full season (October-April). This is mandatory for volunteer ushers and bartenders.
  • All volunteers are asked to contribute a minimum of 35 hours during the season (October-April).
  • All volunteers must be able to understand, speak, and read English.
  • Certain volunteer positions/tasks require specific qualifications and training, as well as physical requirements, as set forth in the individual job descriptions. Pre-season trainings for ushers and bartenders are mandatory.
  • Certain volunteer positions have specific dress requirements, which are the responsibility of the volunteer.

Volunteer Opportunities

AtristrelatArtist Relations:

Volunteers work on a team to do airport pick-ups and drop-offs, and also help get housing ready for move-in by our visiting artists. Volunteers also help assemble gifts for our incoming cast members and frame cast headshots for the lobby wall. They might also help with the cast dinners and opening nights.

PatronServBar:

Volunteers work on a team that is assigned by specific day/night of the week. Bar volunteers are needed for every production held in the Theatre (season productions, limited engagements, Conservatory performances, etc.). The Theatre has a full bar (liquors, wine, beer, champagne, water and soda, plus snacks and candy).

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Box Office:

Volunteers with good customer service skills and computer experience assist the Box Office with ticket sales, will-call, and general ticket information.

Conservatory

 

Conservatory:

Volunteers help in the office answering the phone, taking messages, and monitoring the secure door. Volunteers are also needed periodically for typing projects and data entry. During camps and performances held in the Conservatory, volunteers may be needed to assist with ‘crowd control’.

DevelopmentAngelDevelopment:

Volunteers help with large mailings, assist in the Imagine Room during evening performances, assist as Green Room greeters, oversee VIP parking, help with special events, help with filing/data entry, among other duties.

 

CommuntiyMarketing:

Volunteers work as a team to distribute posters to local businesses for the Theatre’s five season productions. Volunteers also frequently help at off-site events such as ArtiGras. Other needs include helping at the subscription tables and making subscription renewal phone calls (both end-of-season).

ProductionProduction:

Volunteers help backstage for season productions and Conservatory productions. Volunteers with sewing experience may assist the wardrobe/costume shop. There is a team of production runners who are all-purpose volunteers during tech week (the week prior to each new show). Volunteers also may be needed to help with basic painting, errand running, etc.

SteerShuttle Drivers:

Parking Shuttle Associates drive the Theatre’s 8-passenger golf cart between the front doors of the Theatre and the overflow parking area located on the Eastern side of the First United Methodist Church of Jupiter-Tequesta. The shuttle transports patrons, volunteers and staff to the Theatre prior to performance and back to the overflow parking area at the end of performance. The Shuttle Driver has an assigned Theatre parking space when on duty.

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Ushers:

Volunteers work on a team assigned by specific day/night of the week. There is always a team of Ushers at every production held in the Theatre, including the five season productions, limited engagements, Conservatory performances, and others.

 

 

VOLUNTEER ‘Perks’

  • Possible invitation to the dress rehearsal/ preview performance or other performance of each of the five main season productions based on seating availability.
  • Enjoyment of the annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon at end of season.
  • Enjoyment of certain events based on level of volunteer services rendered, such as:
  • Top 200 Cocktail Party in January for the top 200 volunteers based on hours as of that time.
  • Top 30 Dinner at end of season for the top 30 volunteers based on hours as of that time.
  • Possible additional benefits based on level of service.