The Juvenile Arts Therapy Project (JATP) is looking for two first-year students to take charge of the Indianapolis branch of JATP. The project is seeking responsible volunteers to commit time and accountability in service of this project.
Using art therapy, JATP connects students with community youth who have been or are currently in a juvenile detention center or on probation. Selected candidates will oversee the execution of various project needs. Supplies and concepts are provided.
Interested first-year students may reach out via email to Morgan Sandelski (email@example.com) and Sheena Sha (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday, Feb. 26. Please provide a brief explanation of your interest in the email.
Selected candidates should anticipate moving forward with JATP as soon as possible.
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