Happy New Year!

2013 was a big year for CSC.  Through our collective skills, passion, and volunteerism, we have taken a vision – and turned it into an organization.  We built a solid foundation; we are a registered nonprofit; and we have been facilitating our innovative programs and performances in the community, and for organizations, schools, and institutions.  We are a Community Partner with Denver Public Schools.  And, with broad support this year, we raised the funds to produce our debut performance, Race Matters?, which will premiere in Denver this spring.   Thanks to the growing CSC community, 2013 was an amazing year, and 2014 is looking good…  We wish you all creativity, peace, and prosperity in 2014!

CSC is a grassroots movement of artists, activists, organizers, and educators.  We are committed to a far reaching vision of thriving, vibrant communities that are rich in arts, culturally responsive, socially just, and sustained by restorative systems.  With opportunities and growth on the horizon, we are eager to expand our team of qualified volunteers and interns.  Consider getting involved, or sharing with others who may be interested.

CSC relies on volunteerism and community support to accomplish our mission of mobilizing arts and education for social justiceInternship commitments range from 5-25 hours per week, for 6 weeks to 1 year.  College credit, community service, and fieldwork hours are available.  Volunteers can work with CSC in a variety of capacities and time commitments.  Opportunities available in each of the following areas:

  • The Web
  • Fundraising
  • Marketing and Promotion
  • Photo and Video Documentation
  • Organizational Development
  • Facilitating Artists*

*Facilitating Artist Internships require the completion of a 10-hour facilitator training.  The next facilitator training will take place on January 11 & 12, 2014 in Denver, CO.

To learn more and apply for current volunteer and internship opportunities, visit the website, or contact Rachael Sharp at 720-437-0195 or csc@creativestrategiesforchange.com.

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