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Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks a Communications and Social Media Intern

Communications and Social Media Internship

The Communications and Social Media Intern will support the Maryland Center for History and Culture’s social media outreach efforts, and other related communications tasks, within the Communications and Marketing Department. The intern will gain experience working in a nonprofit setting and sustaining a social media audience to support the Museum, Library, education programs, and public events at MCHC— the oldest continuously operating cultural institution in Maryland.

The Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks a Visitor Services Associate

Position Description

The Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks an enthusiastic Visitor Services Associate to join a knowledgeable and dedicated Visitor Experience team. The ideal candidate for this position would be a friendly, energetic individual who enjoys interacting with visitors, staff, trustees, volunteers and members, connecting people with the organization and its resources.

The Maryland Center for History and Culture (MCHC) seeks a Community Collections and Collaborations Research Fellow

Community Collections and Collaborations Research Fellow

The Maryland Center for History and Culture (MCHC) seeks a research fellow to join “Community Collections and Collaborations,” our short-term grant project funded by the Society of American Archivists Foundation. The project focuses on research and the sharing of practices of institutional collaborations with community archives in Maryland as well as more broadly throughout the United States.

Working closely with MCHC’s project research team, the fellow will:

Dance & Bmore seeks Teaching Artists

SEEKING - Teaching artists to team-teach with dancers, musicians, and theater-makers. Students include families, youth, and senior citizens. In-person classes held early afternoons and after-school.

PAID POSITIONS

PART TIME

INTERVIEWS: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th by appointment.

*If this day does not work for your schedule, please reach out schedule an interview.

ABOUT DANCE & BMORE PROGRAMS:

Sweet Charity Production seeks a Costume Designer

Role description: The Costume Designer will design the costumes for the Bmore Broadway Live production of Sweet Charity directed and choreographed by CJay Philip. The Costume Designer will use clothing to communicate time, place, and character, collaborating with the Director, Set Designer, and Lighting Designer to tell the story of the piece.

Role Responsibilities:

Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks Assistant Curator

The Assistant Curator will work with the Director of Collections and Chief Registrar, and the Vice President of Collections and Chief Curator to create thoughtful and inclusive exhibitions for the Maryland Center for History and Culture and to bolster access to the permanent collection through research, education, tours, and programs.

Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks Metadata Reference Librarian

The Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks an energetic and intellectually curious professional to join our team as the Metadata and Reference Librarian. The position is responsible for managing and developing our library and digital asset management systems. The successful candidate will work in close collaboration with colleagues across the Library and Museum collections teams to develop and implement metadata infrastructure and policies to support discovery, access, and preservation of the collections.

The Peabody Institute seeks Arts in Health Program Manager

We are seeking an Arts in Health Program Manager who will report to and work under the general direction of the Associate Dean for Innovation, Interdisciplinary Partnerships, and Community Initiatives with dotted lines to the Director of Peabody Preparatory as well as staff liaisons at Johns Hopkins Healthcare System. This full-time 12-month position is responsible for supporting existing and new Peabody Institute Arts in Health programs in Baltimore clinical and community contexts.

BCAN Seeks Storytelling + Engagement Manager

BCAN is growing and we’re looking for dynamic, creative visionaries to join our team and take our work to new heights.

Is that you?

Storytelling & Engagement Manager

Full-time + benefits
Priority Deadline: May 8

Do you have a passion for authentic multimedia storytelling and connecting people both online and IRL? We’re looking for a bold, innovative creative with a gift for strategy to lead BCAN’s digital media platforms and cultivate genuine relationships that strengthen and showcase Baltimore’s creative community.

Now Hiring! BCAN Entrepreneurship + Innovation Manager

BCAN is growing and we’re looking for dynamic, creative visionaries to join our team and take our work to new heights.

Is it you?

Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program Manager

Full-time + benefits
Priority Deadline: May 8

Are you an organizational wizard and project management pro who doesn’t mess around with deadlines? We’re looking for an innovative and imaginative thinker with a futuristic approach to supporting small businesses to help grow our Scale Your Passion accelerators and launch our new Creative Coaching program.

Baltimore Architecture Foundation Seeks Operations and Development Manager

A full-time Operations and Development Manager will support the Baltimore Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA Baltimore) and allied organizations. Qualified candidates will possess strong interpersonal skills, and the ability to communicate and work with the AEC industry, the general public, staff, numerous organization leaders, volunteers, and members.

Baltimore Architecture Foundation Seeks Associate Director

The Associate Director will work directly under the supervision of the AIA Baltimore/Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) Executive Director and will be responsible for administering the BAF day to day operations, and execution of events and promotional endeavors, and support organizational development.

Baltimore School for the Arts Foundation Seeks Foundation Director

The Baltimore School for the Arts Foundation is the Baltimore School for the Art's fundraising partner. The Foundation is a 501c(3) organization that works closely with the community to fund the arts, academic, and community initiatives that make Baltimore School for the Arts one of the country's top five public arts high schools.

OPPORTUNITY

Ladew Topiary Gardens Seeks Associate, Annual Fund and Membership

Ladew Topiary Gardens (Ladew) seeks an Associate, Annual Fund and Membership to continue building on the fundraising program’s success in recent years. Reporting to the Senior Director, Development and Communications, and working closely with the Director of Development, the Associate, Annual Fund and Membership will nurture positive relationships with all constituencies, including current and prospective donors of less than $1,500 annually, current and prospective members, other friends of Ladew Gardens, and a collegial staff.

New Music USA Seeks Part-time Program Coordinator

Start date: May 2023
Completion date: October 31, 2024
Commitment: approximately 155 hours or equivalent 1.2 days per month over 18 months with time allocated as necessary in accordance with the scheduling of key program activities.

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