Volunteer candidates must be 16 years or older, and are energetic, hardworking, team-oriented, and self-motivated. Fulton Theatre seeks qualified persons with the expertise and skills to help realize Fulton Theatre projects and goals. A volunteer may be a retired professional, an emerging professional, or a stay-at-home parent. If under the age of 18, parents must sign the volunteer application. Due to our production schedule, we may not be able to accommodate requests. Applications are reviewed on a case by case basis.
Volunteer Focus Areas
The Fulton seeks skilled volunteers in these primary areas. However, if you have a skill and a desire to volunteer, let us know what it is. We may be able to find a way to use you. Thank you.
- Administration and Development: A dedicated volunteer for 2-3 hours a week to support the development department with general office tasks, such as mailings, filing, and basic data entry.
- Education and Community Engagement: A mission driven volunteer who could accomplish at least one of the following tasks. Greet students and families on first and last day of classes. Proof copy for study guides and lesson plans. Distribute promotional brochures throughout the region. Host First Friday or Asides events. Connect the Director to key stakeholders in the community such as PTO Presidents, teachers, principals, etc. Support the Sensory Friendly Program.
- Usher/House Management: Facilitate Fulton patrons locating seats. Greet patrons at the front door. Distribute accessibility service equipment, as needed. Ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.
- Accessibility: A volunteer with a passion or mission for inclusion and accessibility who could accomplish at least one of the following tasks. Support the Fulton and the surrounding region sharing the open caption and audio description equipment. Provide accessibility services to Fulton Theatre patrons who are deaf and hard-of-hearing, blind and visually-impaired, and Spanish speaking audiences. Prepare accessibility scripts in Open Captioning Program. Recruit other theatres to participate in the Independence Starts Here! Program. Organize and promote accessibility programming throughout the region. Ability to communicate in Spanish or ASL helpful. Knowledge of CaptionView helpful.