Artist Mentors for BHS Students

BE AN ARTIST MENTOR TO A BOULDER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT
To learn more about Boulder Arts Focus Pathway (BAFP) program please go to Boulder High School website using this link: Boulder High Mentorships

Mission: The mission of the Boulder High School Arts Focus Pathway (BAFP) is to provide a comprehensive education in the visual arts and performing arts, which will enable students to succeed in the diverse global societies of the 21st century.NoBo Art District would like its members to consider being a source of “apprenticeship and mentoring opportunities” for Boulder High School arts students enrolled in the – Arts Focus Pathway (BAFP) program.

If you are interested in being a mentor – email BHS art teacher, Kate Villarreal

Please put “BAFP Mentor” in the subject line of your email. 

More about (Boulder) Arts Focus Pathway (BAFP) program
Students will take part in visual and performing arts opportunities outside of the school day, thereby embedding the arts in their everyday lives. This will be done by completing a minimum number of hours attending arts events, taking lessons, participating in performances, or apprenticing in the arts community with a professional organization or individual artist. Each BAFP student will meet a minimum number of hours, which are as follows:
• Freshman = 5+ hours per semester
• Sophomore = 10+ hours per semester
• Junior = 15+ hours per semester
• Senior = 20+ hours per semester
We encourage upperclassmen to mentor with an artist/arts organization in the community in a career they are interested in. BAFP will match students with an opportunity. Parents will be required to meet with the volunteer, approve the mentorship, and supervise the “apprenticeship.” A teacher and the BAFP coordinator will assist in this opportunity.

Questions – email Kate Villarreal

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