Central Piedmont Art Gallery Scholarship Program, 2019-2020
Central Piedmont Community College art galleries are committed to inspiring, educating, and engaging students, faculty, and community members through access to exceptional visual art in all media. The Galleries support the teaching mission of the college by serving as a lab for the visual arts curricula and enriching other program areas of the college.

The Central Piedmont Art Gallery Program is an opportunity for current students at Central Piedmont to volunteer with the Arts Galleries Program to build leadership skills and gain valuable educational experience. Volunteers will learn about the daily operations of art galleries, explore possible careers in art-related fields, and share a passion for visual arts with others.

Opportunities:
- Limited and awarded based on skills and qualification of the applicant.
- Available with the Ross Gallery and the Patty and Bill Gorelick Galleries at Central Piedmont.
- Students are expected to complete 5 to 10 hours a week during the semester.
- Students are expected to commit to both the fall and spring semester.
- Opportunities during the summer term may also be available.

Provided by the Central Piedmont Foundation, a scholarship of $2,000 is available to student volunteers accepted into this program for the 2019-2020 academic year. Please complete the application below.

APPLICANT INFORMATION
First & Last Name *
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Preferred Mailing Address *
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Address Line 2
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City, State Zip *
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Phone Number *
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Alternate Phone Number
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Central Piedmont Email Address *
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Alternate Email Address
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ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Program GPA: *
Applicant must have at least a 3.0 GPA in your program of study.
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Program of Study: *
Arts-related field is preferred; however, majors in other related fields will also be considered (i.e Graphic Design, Communications, Marketing, Business, etc.)
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Why do you want to be an Art Gallery Volunteer? *
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I will request that a letter of recommendation from an instructor or faculty member, adviser, or employer be emailed to the Central Piedmont Foundation directly at foundation@cpcc.edu. Please put "Art Gallery Scholarship Program" in subject field of email. *
Applicant must have one letter of recommend submitted by an instructor or faculty member, adviser or employer.
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QUALIFICATIONS
What strengths will you bring to the Art Gallery Program? *
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Please grade yourself on the following Attitude *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Public Speaking *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Communication Skills (written) *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Interpersonal Communication *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Time Management *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Leadership *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Organizational Skills *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Self-Motivation *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Collaboration (team-oriented) *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Work Ethic *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Computer Skills *
Fair
Outstanding
Please grade yourself on Cultural Awareness/Cultural Competency *
Fair
Outstanding
ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
Anticipated credit hours enrolled for Summer 2019, if applicable
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Anticipated credit hours enrolled for Fall 2019 *
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Anticipated credit hours enrolled for Spring 2020? *
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Will you be employed during Summer 2019, Fall 2019 and/or Spring 2020? *
If you answered 'Yes', please specify which term(s) and approximately how many hours per week, which days of week, and/or any specific hours in the day.
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Will your academic and/or work schedule permit you to provide approximately 5-10 hours each week as part of this program? Please explain your response as needed. *
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Are you available to volunteer during evening and weekend shifts? *
This opportunity may involve infrequently lifting and carrying items weighing up to 20 lbs.; infrequently twisting or bending at the waist or reaching overhead; infrequently traveling between buildings on campus or to other campuses; frequently listening to and talking with students, faculty and other staff members either in person or by telephone; frequently sitting at a desk or workstation using a computer display, keyboard, and mouse. Are you comfortable with this type of work environment? *
Is there anything else you would like us to know about you as it relates to this opportunity (e.g. specific skills not mentioned above)?
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