Volunteer Opportunities

Check out our volunteer opportunities to learn more and find the opportunity that’s right for you. Join us for a day of service and help out a neighbor in need!

Fully engage in the Festival for Creative Pianists online community by completing learning activities, posting helpful resources, and responding to creative work by others. Approximately 1-3 hours/week.

  • Respond to posts and submissions by fellow pianists and piano students to give constructive, insightful, and encouraging feedback on their creative work.
  • Attend quarterly creativity and volunteer discussion sessions with festival directors and teaching artists.
  • Engage in your own creative work and share in the online community.

Assist with logistical support for our in-person festival in Central Vermont (do not need to live in the area but need to be able to travel to the area for the festival dates). Approximately 10-20 hours during the in-person festival program. Free lodging provided in addition to scholarship opportunities for program fees for participants with financial need.

  • Acquire and cook food for daily meals
  • Assist with light tidying of spaces to help maintain a respectful and clean physical space
  • Attend to individual festival participant needs and special requests

Provide leadership, insight, and oversight for the organization. Approximately 2-3 hours per month.

  • Attend board meetings every other month
  • Participate in committee meetings for your area of specialty or interest
  • Jointly responsible for the fiduciary and policy aspects of the organization
  • Give of your time, talent, and/or treasure in support of the organization’s mission

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Featured Volunteer

Our volunteers make a difference in their communities, but they also walk away with memorable experiences that will stick with them for years to come. Are you a volunteer with a tale to tell? Please reach out to us to share your story here and on our blog.

– Evelyn Billberg