Our city has an artmobile that is in service 6 days a week during the summer.
When they pull up to a site they are immediately swamped with kids who want
you to show them how to make something. I always thought that would be a
They also have a volunteer program for teens, with art jobs. If you've never
had a job before, it can be tough finding someone to hire you (especially in
June). At least you can put down some volunteer experience in art, so when
you go to look for a job next summer, you can put something down on the
In a message dated 6/19/02 8:42:19 AM, Elizheisey@aol.com writes:
<< I have a 16-year-old serious art student who asked me where he should
for summer work. Of course, he is about 2 months behind on this but I
wondered about unique successful jobs others have had their students find
fulfilling or a good investment of their time (as well as lucrative to some
degree). We are in central Ohio but am interested in any ideas. He is not
planning to teach, so the camp crafts person is out.