Join the Interlochen community
Volunteers serve as important pillars of the Interlochen community. By dedicating their time, contributing their skills, and acting as ambassadors, volunteers help everything at Interlochen run more smoothly. We count on volunteers in multiple ways: leading tours, assisting visitors, sewing costumes, serving as ushers, planting flowers, raising funds, and even engaging with prospective students and alumni both on- and off-campus. Join us!
Find out more about on-campus and remote volunteering opportunities.
Learn more about how you can make an impact on a young artist's life.
Check out our upcoming events and live webcasts.
Show your Interlochen pride by shopping at our campus store.
Volunteer Spotlight: Ted Biederwieden
After his grandfather built a cabin in Michigan, Ted Beiderwieden started summering near Interlochen and would listen to Interlochen Public Radio. He went from avid IPR listener to Interlochen Center for the Arts' Volunteer of the Year several years in a row.
Want to make a difference at Interlochen? We’d love to welcome you as a volunteer! Whether near or far, we can help find the right opportunity for you, whether it's on-campus, off-campus, or online. Contact Alyssa Blaker for off-campus or online opportunities and Jennifer Richards for on-campus opportunities.
Musicologist and Classical IPR Music Director Dr. Amanda Sewell shares the story behind one of Coleman’s most popular works.
Two students at Interlochen Arts Academy share what it’s really like attending an arts boarding school.
A 17-year-old double bass major, Mawokomatanda becomes the youngest serving musician in Atlanta’s African-American orchestra.
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 - 7:30 p.m. ET
The Writing House FREE, no tickets required
Friday, February 3, 2023 - 6 p.m. ET
Dow Center for Visual Arts FREE, no tickets required
Friday, February 3, 2023 - 8 p.m. ET
City Opera House $25, $20, Students $10