CCA is all about community. The Center is managed entirely with volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to the arts.
Join the hundreds of people who help CCA thrive. Volunteer assignments range from one-time shifts to ongoing leadership roles. All skill levels and talents are welcome – training is provided for all roles.
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Youth Program Volunteer
The CCA Youth program provides free arts classes to Cambria and San Simeon youth grades K - 8 ages 6 - 14. Classes are held after school once a month and more often during the summer. Instructors and general assistance in the classes are needed! If you would like to participate or learn more, email email@example.com.
Fridays - Sundays
2 x 4 hour shifts during the length of the exhibit
Cambria Center for the Arts Gallery hosts some of the best art on the Central Coast. Our doors can only remain open if we have enough people signed up to docent. The responsibilities include sales, helping visitors with questions about the art and artists, offering dates and time for other CCA events, and generally keeping the Gallery looking sharp.
House managers, box office and ushers needed for the upcoming musical performance, The Musical of Musicals for any of the 3 weekends starting April 28th and the Tribute to Bob Dylan and Joan Baez Concert on June 4th.
Various shifts available
If you've ever wanted to be part of the magic of putting on a show in a great venue with fun people, there's a place for you here at Cambria Center for the Arts Theatre. Your community theatre needs range from ushers for the upcoming concerts to actors to the fun backstage roles in one of the many shows we do throughout the year. Together we make great art.
Cambria Film Festival Volunteer
Seeking Film Lovers
It truly takes a village to put on a world-class film festival each February. And our works goes on throughout the year. If you’d like to donate some of your leadership skills in any of these areas, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
Marketing. Managing collateral, public relations and social media. A few hours each month throughout the year
Fundraising. Reaching out to local donors and merchants to help support the festival with funds or donated goods. Several hours each month between June and October.
Event management. Putting together our great parties. Several hours each month from October on, with on-site support during the festival events
Volunteer management. Leading volunteer recruitment, assignment, training and support. Most work is between November and the end of the festival.
Box office. Helping to set up ticket sale and managing ticket distribution. Several hours each month beginning around November 1, with on-site support during the festival week.
Programming. Helping to manage the overall process of reviewing film submissions, assigning them to screening and support the selection and judging committees to finalize programming. A few hours each week from early May through mid-November.
Technical support and screening. Working the equipment during the actual festival and supporting the on-site technical staff. Mostly in January with on-site support during the festival week.
Filmmaker relations. Serving as concierge to filmmakers whose films are accepted to the festival. A few hours each week between early December and mid-January, with on-site support during the festival week.