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Planting seeds of mindfulness, creativity, and self-expression through


Seed Studio's Leaders-In-TRaining & Education L.I.T.E Program

Seed Studio’s Leaders-in-Training & Education (L.I.T.E.) program, designed for ages 13-up, provides teenagers a valuable volunteer opportunity to develop leadership and communication skills, while remaining part of an exciting summer camp environment. Appropriate for both Seed Studio’s alumni and fresh new faces, our L.I.T.E. program is perfect for teens who love the arts and working with children.


Applicants must be at least 13-years-old (entering 8th grade by the coming Fall). We are looking for individuals who possess leadership qualities and who are enthusiastic and motivated. Volunteers must have a sincere passion for working with children and adults.


Seed Studio is committed to the creative and collaborative cultivation of individuals. Our L.I.T.E. program serves a great need within our community, which is to provide leadership and communication training for teens through volunteer experience and mentorship, with the aim of cultivating character, self-confidence and building valuable career skills.



By designing the L.I.T.E. program curriculum to suit the needs and interests of its participants, Seed Studio affords all L.I.T.E.’s opportunities to:

  • Gain valuable work experience with the aid of a mentor in a nurturing environment.

  • Develop and practice new social and career skills.

  • Observe professional educators and learning new skills.

  • Develop responsible work behaviors, such as exhibiting a positive attitude, practicing punctuality and professionally communicating with supervisors, peers and children.

  • Operate as a member of a team to reach shared goals.

  • Explore future career possibilities in the arts and education.

  • Learn to work as a team to reach shared community goals.

  • Expand leadership skills for the future.

  • Build self-confidence and character as a valuable member of the Seed Studio community.

  • Have fun helping kids and participating in camp activities.

  • Meet new friends and mentors.


  • Commit to the agreed camp/class times you are scheduled for unless an absence is communicated before camp/class begins.

  • Arrive on time with a positive attitude.

  • Be ready to help set up for the day (prepare yoga mats, art supplies and outdoor games).

  • Be willing to initiate & engage in outdoor play with the students.

  • Offer assistance to students who may need more help on art projects.

  • Take younger students to the bathrooms when needed (i.e. bathroom buddies).

  • Help with clean up after class (i.e. spray down & roll up yoga mats, clean art supplies, do sweep of the Smiley lawn to pick up anything left behind by students and assist with helping the lead teacher).

  • Have lots of fun—it’s summer!

Contact us today if you are interested in applying to be a Part of the L.I.T.E. Program!

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