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Created in 1995, St. Louis ArtWorks has served more than 2600 youth by providing a unique job opportunity in the visual, literary and performing arts.

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Fall Program

 Applications for our fall program will be accepted July 1- August 29.

You may apply online via the apply tab or print a paper application from the fall program tab.

PLEASE NOTE:  Interview selections are based partly on the completeness of the application. Applicants must be 14 by January 1, 2014. Interview Day is Saturday, September 6. This is the only day. We recommend you submit at least 1 letter of reference  from teachers, counselors, and current/former employers who can speak to your character, motivation, and talents.  We cannot accept letters of recommendation from family members or guardians. You may have them emailed directly to Jessica Graham, Program Manager, program.manager@stlartworks.org.  There is no required format.

More information about our disciplines offered this fall is available on the Fall Program page.

St. Louis Artworks is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. This job training program is based upon the qualifications of the applicant.

St. Louis ArtWorks
Centene Center for the Arts
3547 Olive Street
Suite 280
Mezzanine Level
St. Louis, MO 63103-1014
314-289-4180 phone
314-289-4189 fax 

Jessica Graham, Program Manager 

program.manager@stlartworks.org

 



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Dear Ms. Smith:

When I picked Cleveland up from work today, he had a mouthful to tell me about two speakers who came to the program.  Apparently, he was very impressed with what they shared with the group. 

I wanted to personally "thank you" for exposing him to positive young men, who are making a difference in our community. Our generation needs to be reminded and see that there are extraordinary speakers and leaders that care about them. 

So again, thank you!

Regina Walton

Parent
Summer 2009 Parent Feedback