Special Event Volunteering
The majority of our volunteer needs are serving as an usher or working at the concession area during evening and weekend shows. We also use a large number of volunteers at special events such as Art in the Park, Festival of Wreaths and the PEEPshow. Unless noted, Volunteers must be at least 18 years old. We use an online self sign-up program called ivolunteer.
Click here to view current Volunteer Opportunities or go to ccac.ivolunteer.com and sign up TODAY!
Summer Arts Camp Counselors
The Arts Council needs cheerful, energetic young people, at least 13-years old, to assist with summer arts camp as volunteer camp counselors. They will assist with arts and craft projects, snack time, sing-a-longs, field trips, etc. Counselors can earn community service hours for their time and must be able to make a commitment for an entire camp session. Download the current Counselor application
Interns provide support for the Arts Council’s children’s productions. Candidates must be professional, self-motivated and reliable. Experience in theatre or working with children is preferred. Positions are voluntary and do not earn school credit, but interns can receive community service hours. Interns will gain leadership skills and practical experience as a result of participation. This internship requires a commitment for the length of the rehearsals and performances, as well as production meetings. Contact Tabetha White for more information. Download an Internship Application.
The CCAC is an equal opportunity employer and accessible to those with disabilities or special needs.
Staff Positions – Salaried/Hourly Paid Positions
APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED. Deadline for applications was Feb. 2. Applicants who have already applied and have questions may contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Carroll County Arts Council (CCAC) is searching for a full-time Executive Director. The Board of Directors seeks an energetic and transformative leader who can accelerate the growing reputation and success of CCAC.
The Executive Director serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Carroll County Arts Council, a private 501c3 non-profit organization established in 1969. The Director manages the Carroll Arts Center, a multi-cultural facility in Westminster, MD, reports to the Board of Directors, and leads a staff of 7 dedicated professionals. He or she will work closely with members of the arts community, local government, academic, and nonprofit sectors, and collaborate within the bounds of CCAC’s mission. He or she will be a visionary catalyst for the future development of the Arts Council. Our next leader will ensure that the organization is run with integrity, transparency, and is an excellent leader for our diverse staff.
Candidates for the position will need to possess the following:
- Bachelor's degree in a related field; Master’s degree preferred
- Relevant experience in leading a vibrant organization, preferably nonprofit
- Financial and business leadership, including fundraising skills/knowledge
- Superb communication skills, including public speaking
- Personal commitment to a collaborative and team approach to work
- Ability to forge strategic partnerships with business & government leaders, business organizations, and community partners
- Experience in relationship building, including working with boards, volunteers, and the public
This is a hands-on leadership position that requires a strong work ethic, a passion for the arts, and creative problem solving skills.
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Theater Technicians – Hourly Paid Positions
The Arts Council maintains an active list of experienced sound engineers and stage lighting technicians to work at our many theatrical events. In addition to technical work, these hourly employees also assist with set-up, clean-up, facility maintenance and other tasks. Applicants must be able to work independently, lift heavy equipment and stand for several hours. Hourly salaries range from $8 - $15 depending on experience level. Hours are sporadic and are mostly at night or on weekends. Interested applicants should contact Tabetha White for more information.