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Grants Manager

The Maryland Historical Society is a 501(c)3 corporation and an equal opportunity employer. It is the state’s oldest continually operating cultural institution dating to 1844. In its headquarters in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon Historic District, it is home to more than 50,000 museum objects and 7 million books and documents.

Position Overview

Iron Crow Theatre seeks Director of Finance & Development


The Director of Development is responsible for the overall strategic financial planning of the organization, providing key input into financial decision making and strategy. He/She is also responsible for securing grants, donations, and/or corporate sponsorships that provide for a sustainable financial model. The Director of Development is the guiding force in producing short-term and long-term business plans that drive the financial operation of the company towards prolonged sustainability.


Queen Anne’s County Arts Council (QACAC) seeks Executive Director

Executive Director, Queen Anne’s County Arts Council (QACAC)

Reporting to the Board of Directors the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and

operational responsibility for the QACAC’s Centre for the Arts. The ED is responsible to expand

local revenue generating and fundraising activities; support and expand programs and

operations; maintain and expand web and media presence; and maintain and build

partnerships with local government and businesses.

The ideal ED candidate will:

AEMS Seeks Director of Development

Arts Education in Maryland Schools (AEMS) Alliance seeks a full-time Director of Development.

AEMS Vision: All Maryland public school students have equitable access to arts education so that they can learn and achieve in and through dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts.

AEMS Mission:

Increase student access to courses in all art forms through purposeful actions.

Deep Vision Dance Company seeks Grant Writer

Grant Writer - Arts


Deep Vision Dance Company, Inc. seeks an experienced grant writer with experience working in and a passion for the arts. This organized and detail-oriented individual is committed to working in a team environment and values communication.

Baltimore National Heritage Area seeks Part-Time Grants Administrator

The Baltimore Heritage Area Association serves as the management entity for the Baltimore National Heritage Area (BNHA). The heritage area is both federally designated as a heritage area as well as certified by the State of Maryland. Grants administration is a key aspect of the heritage area. The heritage area administers a local (City of Baltimore) small capital grant program, serves as a coordinating partner for the state’s Maryland Heritage Areas Authority Project Grants, and receives a significant amount of funding through grants as well for heritage area programs and operations.

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