KSMoCA Artist Mentorship
The KSMoCA Artist Mentorship program pairs working artists in the Portland area with K - 5th grade students at MLK Jr. public school in a long term mentorship relationship. Volunteer mentors spend an hour with their mentee each week in an open studio designed to foster, model and support the development of each student’s individual creative practice.

The Artist Mentorship Program program provides the opportunity for young people to learn first-hand what it is like to be an artist while developing their individual artistic voice. Each mentor is paired with a selected student to build a relationship over the course of the school year.

We start new mentorship cohorts twice a year: September/October and January. We will be in touch once the new cohort is beginning. Those who have questions can contact ksmoca@gmail.com

Responsibilities and Requirements
-A weekly commitment to a mentor relationship with one KSMoCA student for the 2018-2019 school year (November through mid-May), with occasional exceptions.
-Facilitate a fun, meaningful one-on-one art experience with your mentee.
-Stay open and flexible to your mentee’s interests, needs and desires. Often this means going with the flow and with your intuition.
-Undergo a background check and attend an in-person orientation. Fill it out here: https://apps.pps.net/volunteermanagement/
-Follow MLK Jr. School’s safety policies (no photos without consent, stay on the school property, and always sign in/out).

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Tell us a little bit about you so we can find the best mentorship fit. Who are you? *
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The program requires your commitment until the end of the school year (with intermittent breaks). Can you commit to being dependable? *
Can you provide a positive and culturally affirming environment for a child of any race, gender, ethnicity, family structure, home language or religion? *
All mentors must complete a free PPS Volunteer Background Check to be able to work in the school with the kids. (access it here: https://apps.pps.net/volunteermanagement/ ) If you haven't done it, please do it now. Did you submit a background check through the PPS website? *
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