Your First Six Months
So you've gotten to know a few people, started making some friends, and feel pretty comfortable in the community. However, you'd like to become more involved, and are curious of methods of how to do so.
Artisan's has a lot of opportunities to help out, so why not take a look at some of the following options.
Teach a Class
Classes is one of the core threads of the Artisan's Asylum Community, and in your first month here you may have taken a class or two, either to get tested out on tools or to learn how to make a number of things. What about paying it forward and teaching a class of your own. We're always looking for more teachers to share their skills and introduce others to their craft, so if that sounds like it'd be something you're interested in, why not give it a go?
Volunteer at the Front Desk
Volunteering at the Front Desk is not only a great way to get to know the members of Artisans, but its also a great way to give back to the community and help it grow. Volunteering doesn't just involve sitting and accepting the mail, but also giving tours, answering member questions, and helping bring in new members through classes and other Artisan's Events.