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Art Teachers Volunteers Wanted for Summer Camp





Volunteer to Teach Art at Casa Chirilagua in Arlandria this Summer!

This summer program offers educational programs to Latino children living in the Chirilagua neighborhood of Arlandria. This year, they are setting up an Art Studio component and they need volunteers to help teach! Volunteers will teach various media, help the kids cultivate their creativity, and help give them a way to express themselves. They ask for a one week commitment, and classes are taught in the mornings. If you are interested in learning more or volunteering, please contact Janice Philips, 703-678-8394, janice@casachirilagua.org.

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