Associate Policy

impro studio works with many talented people from around the world. This Associate Policy gives a general outline of associate roles, responsibilities, and training opportunities with impro studio.

This policy was last updated on 8 July 2022.

Roles available to associates:

Currently, we are looking for suitable associates to help us get started with our programme offers.

As new programs are developed, associates may be requested to help coordinate, advertise, host sessions, or run tech. All programs are run virtually (on Zoom) unless otherwise noted.

How to become an associate:

To become an associate of impro studio you must have already worked with at least one of impro studio's staff members (currently, that is only Angelina). Associates are approached personally by impro studio's staff.

Associates are required to have:

  • a legal organisation or company through which they are insured (liability & indemnity) and can send invoices

  • a secure and stable internet connection

  • access to a secure personal computer or laptop device

  • a professional email account

  • lots of experience in their field of practice

Duration and frequency of service:

As an associate, you make an official agreement for how long you want to offer your work effort at impro studio. We ask that you communicate any changes in your commitment so we can adjust our scheduling accordingly.

As part of your commitment, you will share your availability with impro studio staff. We ask that you communicate any changes in your availability so we can adjust our scheduling accordingly.

Training:

When associates join, they will learn about impro studio's Ethical Practice, Disclaimer, Privacy, Terms & Conditions, in addition to training for a specific role.

Communication:

Communication will occur through emails, phone call, and zoom calls, unless a project requires other arrangements.

Reporting:

Concerns about individual conduct or programs can be discussed with Angelina Castellini. If you wish to escalate the conversation, you can review the Ethical Practice document. In the future, we will have a clearer reporting structure in place. Thank you for your patience.

Remuneration:

Financial compensation will be discussed per project. As impro studio offers a range of activities, some of which free of charge, the financial agreement will be largely dependent on the income generated by the relevant project.

Discounts:

As a thank you for your efforts, impro studio offers a custom discount code for use with impro studio workshops or trainings. If there is space in a workshop or required training, associates may occasionally also join it for free.

 

Volunteer Policy

impro studio needs more assistance than it can fiscally afford. This Volunteer Policy is a gives a general outline of the volunteer roles, responsibilities, and training opportunities with impro studio.

This policy was last updated on 8 July 2022.

Roles available to volunteers:

As new programs are developed, volunteers may be requested to help coordinate, advertise, host, or run tech. All programs are run virtually (on Zoom) unless otherwise noted.

How to become a volunteer:

As needed, impro studio will post a request for more volunteers or will approach suitable candidates personally.

Volunteers are required to have:

  • a secure and stable internet connection

  • access to a secure personal computer or laptop device

  • a private email account

Duration and frequency of service:

As a volunteer, you determine how long you want to offer your work effort to assist impro studio. We ask that you communicate any changes in your commitment so we can adjust our scheduling accordingly.

As part of your commitment to volunteer, you will share your availability with impro studio staff. We ask that you communicate any changes in your availability so we can adjust our scheduling accordingly.

Training:

When volunteers join, they will learn about impro studio's Ethical Practice, Disclaimer, Privacy, Terms & Conditions, in addition to training for a specific role.

Communication:

Communication will occur through emails, phone call, and zoom calls, unless a project requires other arrangements.

Reporting:

Concerns about individual conduct or programs can be discussed with Angelina Castellini. If you wish to escalate the conversation, you can review the Ethical Practice document. In the future, we will have a clearer reporting structure in place. Thank you for your patience.

Honorariums:

By becoming a volunteer, it is understood that it is not a contract for financial purposes.

Discounts:

As a thank you for your efforts, impro studio offers a custom discount code for use with impro studio workshops and trainings. If there is space in a workshop or required training, volunteers may also occasionally join it for free.