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School Year Session 2022-2023

October 2022 - April 2023

  • Fall Term: October-December 2022

  • Spring Term: January-April 2023

In this FREE program, teens will: 

  • Explore and examine their individual cultures 

  • Learn and develop communication skills

  • Build camaraderie and connections with fellow participants and the Center staff

  • Earn community service hours while volunteering at Center events and programs

  • Gain access to the Center’s galleries and view exciting exhibitions 

  • Showcase skills gained and developed during meetings at a culminating presentation

  • And much more! 


Apply today! 


All applicants must commit to:  

  • Signing the Arts Aspire participation agreement with their parent/guardian

  • Attending mandatory meetings up to 2x a month on Mondays 4 - 5:30 pm

  • Completing a minimum of 15 hours of community service during the Fall Term and
    20 hours during the Spring Term of the School Year Session

  • Adhering to our program policies (hours requirement, cell phone policy, attendance etc.)


Space is limited! Don’t miss your chance to apply! 

Applications open until September 30th for the Fall Term


It’s an easy two-step process:  

  • Fill out the online application. 

  • Participate in an informational phone interview with a member of the Education Department staff. 



Arts Aspire resumes in May for an exciting Summer Session.
Participants during the summer will: 

  • Earn up to 300 Community Service Hours 

  • Gain on the job training supporting campers at our Summer Arts Camp

  • Occupy their free summertime supporting campers in the visual and performing arts

  • Disconnect from screens and engage face to face with fellow participants

  • Stay physically active playing games and helping with activities 

  • Experience their positive impact in contributing to campers’ experience and lifelong memories 

  • Also, teens in good standing during the school year will be fast tracked into our Summer Session and have participation fees waived!


Learn more here!


Arts Aspire is funded in part by Arts Access grants from the Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation and Hollywood Police Department Law Enforcement Trust Fund.

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