Volunteers Make Our World Go 'Round

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Volunteer at That’s Weird, Grandma

We’re always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help out with front-of-house duties at our Sunday afternoon and Monday night performances. This includes setting up the lobby, greeting audience members, and selling fun Monkey-merch. Have a couple hours to help us save the world and see an amazing show for free? Sign up here! We prefer a 6-week commitment (one show per week) when possible.

Volunteer Teach with Barrel of Monkeys

If you’re interested in developing your skills as an arts educator, we offer free trainings throughout the year where you can get an introduction to our teaching methods and learn about opportunities to volunteer teach with us. Email Education Coordinator David Pintor .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) if you are interested in learning more about becoming a teaching artist with Barrel of Monkeys.

Board Membership

If you have specific a business skill (legal, marketing, event planning, human resources, etc.) and would like to help Barrel of Monkeys succeed, please email Corinne Neal, Executive Director, at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information about joining our Board of Directors.

Board Members are responsible for strategic planning, fundraising, and advocating for Barrel of Monkeys in their communities and networks. We seek diverse candidates who bring a variety of backgrounds, demographics, experiences, skills, and perspectives to our organization.

If you are interested in Board service, we recommend first volunteering on a sub-committee. We are continually seeking energetic individuals that represent our community to serve in a leadership capacity, and a Board sub-committee is a low-time-commitment way to determine if Board service is right for you!

“Barrel of Monkeys made me feel happy and proud by playing games and letting me know that writing stories is a fun thing to do.”

–Alondra V., Little Village Academy