Community Art Collaborative

Apply to Be A Host Site

Each year, the Community Art Collaborative (CAC) seeks to partner with local organizations, institutions, schools and other community arts projects in Baltimore City, to find placement sites for our CAC members.

We have partnered with many fantastic organizations in the past, and we also look forward to connecting with new partners! A list of our current & past partners can be found here:   Partner Organizations

CAC is now seeking new Site Partners for the 2020-21 program year!  In order to receive an application, please set up a meeting with the CAC Program Manager, Sarah Edelsburg.   Applications will be due no later than June 1, 2020.

A successful partner organization will:

  1.   Be able to provide ongoing supervision for a CAC-AmeriCorps member (through a dedicated Site Supervisor who can serve as an on-site mentor)
  2.   Offer opportunities for consistent youth (K-12) programming (AmeriCorps members must be able to teach a consistent group of youth for at least 1 hour a week, for at least 10 consecutive weeks)
  3.   Be able to provide a Host Site Contribution ($6,500 for full-time members), which contributes to the member’s living stipend.  Also, be able to provide a budget of at least $800 for special art supplies during the year.

For more information on what it is like to become a CAC Host Site, please read this info sheet:   Becoming a CAC Host Site - 2020-21

Before filling out the CAC Host Site Application,  Partner Sites should review this document:  2020-21 - CAC Program - Info for Host Sites

Contact Sarah Edelsburg (CAC Program Manager) for more information.

Sarah Edelsburg

Location

Fox Building 1300 W Mount Royal Ave Suite 110 Baltimore, MD 21217