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Arts Leader
Arts Leader

21 learners earned this badge

Arts Leaders are both leaders and advocates within the Art Institute of Chicago. To earn this badge, they: act as ambassador of the museum with peers; represent youth voice, interest, and perspectives to museum staff and leadership; create and facilitate museum programs that are youth directed; practice positive group work and effective collaboration; use advocacy and leadership skills to present on topics of relevance to museum leadership. Arts Leaders are excellent communicators, presenters, and collaborators, and can navigate in a variety of contexts to communicate appropriately to best advocate for their ideas. Youth that earn at least 3 eligible badges (Arts Leader, All-Star Cultural Producer, Mission Builder, and/or Ultimate Reflector) unlock the Service Learning Badge, which is equivalent to one service learning project of 15 hours.

Issuer:

The Art Institute of Chicago | Department of Learning and Public Engagement
http://www.artic.edu

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Badge Type: showcase

Expected Duration: 12 hours

Critera

  1. To earn this badge, youth will: • Act as ambassador of the museum with peers • Represent youth voice, interest, and perspectives to museum staff and leadership • Create and facilitate museum programs that are youth directed • Practice positive group work and effective collaboration with team • Use advocacy and leadership skills to present on topics of relevancy to museum leadership Youth will submit either: • A photo of themselves presenting to museum staff, their peers, or other stakeholders or a copy of their presentation • A copy of a report that they would share with museum staff and stakeholders with advocacy recommendations for the museum
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