RECRUITMENT FOR FALL BOSTON JOBS IS ONGOING!
Boston teen employees work Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3-6pm during the school year session. If interested in working at Artists For Humanity, arrive at 4pm sharp for one of our upcoming Open Houses at 100 W 2nd St. in South Boston, just a 0.3 mile walk from Broadway T Stop on the red line. Upcoming Open Houses: Nov 21, Dec 5, and Dec 19.
Recruiting Boston teens (ages 14-18 years) for an AMAZING opportunity to work in one of our six creative studios—Painting, 3D Design, Graphic Design, Creative Technology (animation and coding), Video Production, and Photography!
Come work with a variety of fine art and design mediums in a creative studio setting. Work collaboratively with professional artists and designers, earn and learn new skills—all while providing creative services for AFH’s clients.
Artistic experience isn’t necessary, but a passion for creativity and learning—and earning—on the job is!
To qualify for a job at AFH, you must be:
A high school attendee or at least 14 years of age. All teens must be enrolled in and regularly attending a Boston Public School and/or a resident of Boston (this includes attending a night, day, homeschool, or G.E.D. program);
Able to attend every week during the program’s regular hours (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. during the school year; Monday – Thursday from 11:00 noon – 6:00 p.m. during the summer); and
Able to complete an unpaid apprenticeship period of 36 hours, which doubles as community service hours, before becoming a paid employee.
Upcoming Boston Open Houses: Nov 21, Dec 5, and Dec 19.
Apply for an AFH teen job in Boston.
The first step to employment is to attend one of AFH’s Open House tours. Find out what we do, and meet the team! All interested teens will be asked to fill out an online job application here before proceeding to Step 2.
Interview for the job.
You will be invited to interview with one of our teen artists. An interview will provide you the opportunity to learn more about what being an AFH employee is like, and for us to learn more about you!
Notification of vacancy and onboarding.
Teens who have met the criteria and successfully interviewed for the job will be hired on a 'first come, first served' basis, as long as vacant positions remain. If you accept your position, you will be invited to an onboarding session to review employee expectations and complete employment paperwork.
Welcome to Foundation Studio!
Before becoming a paid employee, you'll complete 36 unpaid volunteer hours in our Foundation Studio. During these hours, you'll see demonstrations from each studio at AFH and learn the basic principles of art and design.
Paid studio work begins!
With completion of your employment paperwork and 36 Foundation Studio hours, you will be assigned to a studio that matches your artistic interest and begin work as a teen artist.