Charlotte Street Ambassadors (Volunteers)

Charlotte Street has worked for over two decades to build the arts community in Kansas City. Several artists that come through our programs go on to have successful careers. Come join us as we continue to make a difference in Kansas City and the art world!

We are always seeking dedicated and ambitious volunteers to assist Charlotte Street in fulfilling our mission of serving artists in our community. Charlotte Street actively seeks ambassadors to help with gallery assistance, events, guerrilla marketing, and in-office tasks. Charlotte Street offers volunteers the opportunity to engage in their community, make connections, and are recognized through special events as a vital part of the organization’s mission. Last but not least, our Ambassadors get their own t-shirt and access to special CSF events, in addition to our very grateful thanks.

Apply now to be a Charlotte Street Ambassador.

If you are interested in becoming an ambassador in the Charlotte Street Team, please email Volunteer Coordinator, Laura Blumenberg:

Library Volunteers

Do you love books and organizing? Diligent volunteers with great attention to detail are being recruited now to help us build and maintain our new library. This volunteer opportunity will actively support and contribute to a unique and creative resource that will service our artists and community.

CSF Library Volunteers will assist Grants and Awards Manager Christine Boutros with cataloging, data entry, creating call number labels, and shelving. Once CDC Guidelines have lifted recommended restrictions and Charlotte Street is open to the public, this role will also include assisting patrons find books and supervising the library.

Tuesdays – Thursdays, at least 1 hour per week (or 4 hours/month) between 9AM and 6PM.

Due to Covid-19 we are flexible and will ensure that your time at Charlotte Street will be when very few people are in the building. Once CSF is open to the public, library hours will be Wednesday – Saturday, Noon – 5 pm. Some volunteer hours may be able to occur remotely.

The ability to get to the library and some proficiency with google sheets/excel. You will be trained on how to enter and catalog books into the system; Charlotte Street is using Library Things, an online small/private library system. A laptop will be provided. Experience in library science and archiving is not required but a bonus!

Volunteers who are experts in archiving can also assist Charlotte Street in creating an archive system for digital and physical ephemera.

Interested? Email Laura Blumenberg at

Volunteer for In My Own Skin

Charlotte Street Foundation is looking for volunteers for the performance series, In My Own Skin, curated by Jedel Family Foundation Curatorial Fellow Kimi Kitada. Enjoy the performances while working with Kimi to help ensure the event is stocked with information, hand sanitizer, and masks.

Volunteers will also assist with event prep, way-finding, post-event clean up, and help attendees practice safe distancing during the performances

Video Screening at Roanoke Park
Friday, April 23, 6:30 – 9 PM

Performances at Roanoke Park & Charlotte Street Headquarters
Sunday, April 25
·     Shift 1: 11 AM – 1:30 PM
·     Shift 2: 1:30 – 3:30 PM

*Learn more about these events here!

The ability to get to Roanoke Park, move throughout the park, and get to Charlotte Street’s building (which includes a steep hill). The ability to bend over or get close to the ground and lift up to 20 pounds is also a requirement for this particular role.

Email Laura Blumenberg to sign-up or learn more at


No positions currently available


Charlotte Street Foundation is looking for an intern to assist in our library this summer. This behind-the-scenes role involves learning about building a library from the ground up, and will primarily focus on data entry. This is a brand new part of Charlotte Street and we’re excited to share the growth of our library with the right candidate.

To apply as library intern, please contact us at with resume and cover letter.