The Kravis Center maintains an extensive Volunteer Program to help supplement the regular full-time staff in a number of different areas. These generous individuals contribute their time, talent and energy to operate more efficiently and better serve the over 500,000 patrons who frequent the entertainment complex each season. Their services are utilized as ushers and data entry. They also assist with the educational outreach programs in a number of varied capacities.
New Volunteer Orientations
The New Volunteer Orientation for the 2023/24 Season will be held at the Kravis Center’s Persson Hall on September 21 at 6:00pm.
Anyone interested in becoming a Volunteer is encouraged to download the printable Kravis Center Volunteer Application and bring it to the orientation program. For information about volunteering at the Kravis Center call 561.651.4260.
Throughout the year, different departments within the Kravis Center request ongoing or specialized short-term assistance from Volunteers. Much of this work is clerical in nature such as filing, photocopying, shredding, etc. In addition, there is always a need for people who are computer literate in data entry and word processing. Assistance is needed to keep our massive database accurate and up-to-date.
Hospitality volunteers assist in the Kravis Center’s Founder’s Room. The Founder’s Room is a complimentary donor amenity provided exclusively for donors who have contributed to the Kravis Center at the highest level. The Founder’s Room is open for most Dreyfoos Hall performances. Hospitality volunteers need to possess excellent customer service skills, have a neat professional appearance and have a basic knowledge of alcoholic beverage service. Minimum age requirement is 18 years of age.
ArtsCrew is a student volunteer program for high school and college students with an interest in the arts. Volunteers assist with various educational programs at the Kravis Center (from administrative duties to youth mentoring). Crew members accrue community service hours while gaining valuable insight into the inner-workings of a professional performing arts center. Whether you like to work behind the scenes or on stage, there is a place for you with this dynamic crew. ArtsCrew Application
Ushers provide general information about the Kravis Center and its venues to theater patrons. Ushers also ensure guests are seated properly, hand out programs and assist with any patron related issues. New Usher Volunteer Orientation takes place in September, prior to the upcoming theater season. To become a Kravis Center usher, new participants must attend the orientation and take both classroom and practical training classes. The classes for new ushers are offered in October, November and December each year. Usher Job Description