King County Arts/Cultural Organizations: Boost your capacity in 2018!


Starts

01/01/2018 12:00AM

Ends

09/30/2018 12:00AM

Time Zone

America/Los_Angeles

Registration deadline

11/30/2017

Payment

Payment Required

Cost

Sliding scale fee

Address

Seattle
WA
United States

Description

501 Commons’ Springboard for the Arts cohort program is now open for applications! Deadline to apply is Thursday, November 30th, 2017. Cohort is limited to 10 organizations.


Springboard is a capacity-building planning program for arts, cultural, heritage, and design organizations. Participants set priorities, identify goals, and take action to improve capacity issues such as IT systems, volunteer management practices, fundraising, audience development, and board governance. Each organization will assess its organizational capacity, prioritize key issues that limit ability to fulfill its mission, and develop a 12-18 month capacity building plan, all the while collaborating with peers in an active learning environment.


To be eligible, you must be an organization in King County that has at least one full-time employee and an annual budget of at least $150,000.


Contact Catherine Nueva España at catherine@501commons.org if you have any questions.


Funded by the Office of Arts and Culture and 4Culture, this program works to strengthen our arts and cultural communities. 

Directions

Meetings between organizations and their clients will happen at client offices and 12th Ave Arts.

Who should attend

501 Commons’ Springboard for the Arts cohort program is now open for applications! Deadline to apply is Thursday, November 30, 2017. Cohort is limited to 10 organizations.


Springboard is a capacity-building planning program for arts, cultural, heritage, and design organizations. Participants set priorities, identify goals, and take action to improve capacity issues such as IT systems, volunteer management practices, fundraising, audience development, and board governance. Each organization will assess its organizational capacity, prioritize key issues that limit ability to fulfill its mission, and develop a 12-18 month capacity building plan, all the while collaborating with peers in an active learning environment.


To be eligible, you must be an organization in King County that has at least one full-time employee and an annual budget of at least $150,000.


Contact Catherine Nueva España at catherine@501commons.org if you have any questions.

Funded by the Office of Arts and Culture and 4Culture, this program works to strengthen our arts and cultural communities. 

Event Website

https://www.501commons.org/services/vol-mgmt-and-cohort-programs/springboard

Extras

RSVP Details

catherine@501commons.org

https://www.501commons.org/services/vol-mgmt-and-cohort-programs/springboard


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