Volunteer Opportunities


STH is seeking volunteers to help us in support of the current season. We can use help in several areas including stage crewing events, publicity and information dissemination, studio maintenance projects, digitally archiving photos and videos, and summer camp counseling. For a complete listing of current volunteer positions available, please see below and/or meet STH Staff at a Spoke the Hub event.

Please contact spoke@spokethehub.org if you are interested in any of the following:

Studio Maintenance Weeks

Each season, STH needs several skilled handy people and organizers for various odd jobs, repairs, studio maintenance projects including electrical, patching and painting, deep cleaning and laundering, and general “whipping into shape” at both Park Slope and Gowanus locations. Half day and full day shifts are strongly preferred. Our volunteers may sign up for 1-hr of class for each hour volunteered. Please contact spoke@spokethehub.org and let us know your availability and what tasks you are interested in so that we can put your talents to good use!

Street Team/Community Connectors 

STH is seeking several social butterflies to help to spread the word about our organization. Help to promote STH programs, events and special events by distributing promotional materials around the neighborhood and online. Refer STH to potential students, press contacts, space renters, etc.

Event Support
STH is seeking several individuals to help with upcoming performances and special events in both PKS and Gowanus locations duties include: Set up/break-down/clean up, box office, concessions, usher, table at street fairs/community events, STH merchandise sales and general assistance. We are currently seeking assistance for the following:




We are always on the look out for fabulous photographers or videographers to document our classes, camps, performances and special events for use on our promotional materials and website. Photo/video credit is given to the artist whenever a photo/video is used by Spoke. Please feel free to send a link to your work to spoke@spokethehub.org.

Teen/College Students to Digitally Archive STH Photo, Video & Music Libraries
STH is seeking several very detail oriented, well-organized, and technically inclined young people to help digitalize STH’s massive 30+ years of photos, video and music, thanks to a grant from the Park Slope Civic Council and mentor-ship from NYC librarian/archivist Stephen Klein. Interested?

General Labor Support
We are looking for some young brawn with strong backs to help periodically setting up and striking our audience risers, and shelpping furniture up and down the stairs at Gowanus Arts, or to and from our studio on Union Street to Douglass Street and back again. Once the winter is upon us, we will need help shoveling the front of our community arts facilities before 9:00am on heavy snow days.

Some of the other types of help we can use at Spoke the Hub are:

  • Walking kids from neighborhood schools to classes after-school/child care/class assistance
  • Baking/Cooking
  • Carpentry and Construction
  • Cleaning
  • Computer Graphics – flyers, schedules, newsletters, special projects
  • Computer / Tech Support
  • Grant Writing and Development
  • Lighting & Sound / Tech Support
  • Photography/Videography Documentation and Editing
  • Press and Publicity
  • Project management/organization
  • Sewing

Please download and scan return the volunteer form to spoke@spokethehub.org or drop off at 748 Union St, Brooklyn during office hours.


If interested, generally speaking, Spoke the Hub exchanges one hour of class time for one hour of work with adults. For teens, the work/study rate is two hours of work for every class. Email/Call to discuss further details of exchange.