Are you a teacher, an artist or a student who is creative, artistic and loves art education? Do you have a strong appreciation for art history, visual art and art integration? Are you motivated by the idea that all kids should have access to art classes to help with their overall success and development? If you answered yes to any of those questions it clearly means that one of your superpowers is arts awareness and we are looking for you! In this new role, you would be teaching the girls in our program and, in turn, helping to ensure that all the girls in our program have consistent access to art curriculum.
If you are in Chicago that's great! If not, that's okay too. We are looking for people who are passionate about helping the girls in our program! At Super 7 Girls, you will be working with a collaborative team who all have the same goal of helping as many girls as possible have access to their superpowers so they can change the world. We need new team members who can help us teach the girls in our program so together, we can fulfill the mission of Super 7 Girls. If your interest has been piqued, this may be a wonderful volunteer opportunity for you and it will no doubt be as rewarding as it is impactful.
Super 7 Girls would not function without the help of volunteers. We are still a young organization and we are still building our organizational capacity. We are working hard to build our organization so that we have the ability to help more girls have superpowers. As we grow, we need people like you - arts awareness gurus who can help ensure that we can have an even bigger impact on the girls in our program and the overall community. We need you. We need your brilliance, your drive, your expertise and your passion. It goes without saying that, your support in this role would help build the foundation we need to reach new programmatic heights. Excited?!? Well, go ahead and join our superpowered revolution already!
About Super 7 Girls
Super 7 Girls mission is simple - We help girls from under-resourced communities of color have superpowers (you read that right!). Now, when we talk about superpowers we don’t mean that in the metaphysical sense. When we discuss superpowers we are discussing a certain mindset. By helping girls build various skill sets that they need, they will feel emboldened, confident, smarter and…yep, you got it…superpowered. They will know that there is nothing that they are unable to conquer and that no challenge is too great.
So, you must be curious?!? How does one go about giving superpowers? We know that superpowers grow from consistent access to curriculum that focuses on education, health, financial literacy, policy, arts, leadership development, and global engagement and this consistent access helps the girls have a deep understanding of how their increased knowledge means a stronger ability to take on life’s challenges. We also know that their increased knowledge base disrupts the cycle of generational poverty and transforms the life outcomes and trajectories of the girls in our program. In essence, their superpowers enhance their overall well-being and helps them dream new dreams.
As you can see, we have big, hairy, audacious goals and we need bold volunteers to act as role models of this superpower mindset – visionary, courageous, confident, determined and reflective. Our environment is fast paced and dynamic and volunteers are valued highly. With that said, what makes our culture amazing is that everyone is willing to help with any task because we are all working towards the goal of helping these girls be amazing superpowered individuals.
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Your support in this role will have an incredible impact on the girls in our program and, as such, we hope that you will join our Superpowered team. We can’t wait hear from you!!
Are you a teacher, an artist or a student who is creative, artistic and loves art education? Do you have a strong appreciation for art history, visual art and art integration? Are you motivated by the idea that all kids should have access to art…