There are many ways to become involved at Rhino’s, no matter what age you are. Teens can attend our weekday after-school programs from 3-6 PM, come to weekend events, or talk to us about performing at Rhino’s.
Adults who are interested in supporting Rhino’s youth services can get in touch about volunteer opportunities. Would you like to lead a workshop or donate your labor to a Rhino’s project? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to explore options for your involvement.
We welcome Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs to visit our daily programs. We have generally found that teens have more authentic, less self-conscious experiences at Rhino’s when not accompanied by an adult, but our priority is getting kids in here while maintaining an environment that is comfortable for all. Get in touch to share your specific situation with us and we will do our best to accomodate you.
We also partner with other Bloomington organizations to offer screen-printing, writing and radio production workshops at Rhino’s, or to provide support for local youth media projects. We have recently worked with the Boys and Girls Club, Bloomington Project School, Lotus Education and Arts Foundation, Bloomington Parks and Recreation summer camps, and more. Contact email@example.com for more information.