Your skills can help strengthen the arts community!


Published:

12/18/2017

Start Date

02/07/2018

End Date

06/29/2018

Time Commitment

A few hours per month

Address

Seattle
Washington
United States

Description

501 Commons is seeking experienced nonprofit consultants to volunteer for our 2018 Springboard for the Arts program. Springboard provides arts and cultural leaders with the skills, tools, and information they need to advance their organizational mission with strength, adaptability, and clarity. This is a great opportunity for nonprofit consultants to work together in an active learning program that will impact individual organizations as well as the entire nonprofit sector. 

 

The program runs from February – June 2018 and the time commitment is 10-12 hours per month (or 2-3 hours per week). This opportunity is ideal for volunteers who have at least 5 years nonprofit experience, particularly in the arts, have planning and facilitation skills, and the ability to develop a detailed and professional-quality written plan.

 

If you are not already a member of 501 Commons Service Corps, you will be asked to submit an online application to the 501 Commons Service Corps and attend an interview by January 19, 2017. As a Service Corps Member and volunteer with Springboard, you will:

 

·        Have access to our online trainings, resource library, and professional development workshops

·        Learn new skills that fuel personal and professional growth

·        Have the opportunity to help an organization more effectively deliver their mission

 

Volunteer consultants will be matched with a participating organization by early February. For more information, please contact Program Manager Catherine Nueva España at catherine@501commons.org

How To Apply

gillian@501commons.org

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

Please visit the Engage section of our website to learn about applying to the Service Corps or reply to this posting.


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