All Stars Talented Volunteers

Volunteers are the heart and soul of the All Stars Project. It's the spirit of giving, led by our volunteer community, that guides all of our work. The All Stars Project has won many awards for its volunteer program. In 2000 the All Stars Project was named "Best Volunteer Site for Working People" by Mutual of New York (MONY).

Introduction to Volunteering seminar

New volunteers start by attending an introductory tour. To attend a tour or to find out more information, contact Craig Bannister of the Talented Volunteers Department at (212) 356-8436 or  by email.

Tours take place on selected Tuesdays at 3pm, Wednesdays at 6pm, and Saturdays at 11am.

Questions about volunteering

Do I need experience to volunteer?
No experience is necessary, only a willingness to help.

How much time does volunteering take?
There is no minimum time commitment.

Can I do more than one thing?
Yes. Volunteers are often involved in several programs, depending on their interests.

What do volunteers do?

Volunteers are a driving force in all the programs of the All Stars Project: Volunteers help to produce our community talent shows and recruit young people to perform; volunteers work in our theatre on costumes, sets, tech, house staff, audience development, marketing and fundraising; volunteers organize our special events - like our glitzy galas; and volunteers provide the nuts and bolts support to our business, public relations and graphic design departments.
One of our biggest volunteer needs is helping to staff performances in our three on-site theatres - we call it house staff. House staff includes everything from ushering, house managing, working in our café, taking tickets, staffing security posts and more. All volunteers receive training and work as part of an ensemble consisting of youth and adults.

Will I receive training?
Yes. Volunteers receive on the job training and are encouraged to attend various All Stars workshops and meetings.

Are internships available for college credit?
Yes. Speak with us and your school to find out if you are eligible.

Transforming Lives. Building Community.

In her monthly blog, President and CEO Gabrielle Kurlander shares her thoughts, reflections and insights as the All Stars Project continues to build the field of Afterschool Development as a new way of engaging poverty.  Read her full blog here.

A look at the All Stars Talent Show Network

UX, the newest initiative of the All Stars Project, is a school of continuing development. It's free, open to people of all ages and educational backgrounds, has no grades and uses New York City as its campus. UX holds lectures, classes and workshops, and takes field trips to cultural, political, business, and educational institutions. Join us! MORE INFORMATION.

CLICK HERE FOR UX WEEKLY COURSE SCHEDULE.

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