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Dance & Bmore seeks Assistant Operations Manager

Dance & Bmore seeks a highly organized and motivated individual to join the team as an Assistant Operations Manager. The Assistant Operations Manager will work closely with the Director of Operations and play a crucial role in supporting the operational functions of our nonprofit organization, ensuring the efficient delivery of our programs and services.

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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 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.


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.

Glen Echo Pottery Seeks Executive Director

Glen Echo Pottery (GEP) is seeking a full-time Executive Director responsible for the management and administration of its ceramic arts-based education programs. GEP is a mid size non-profit school with a mission to “build and sustain a strong, inclusive ceramic arts community focused on both individual learning and collaborative pursuits of excellence in clay. Anchoring our programs in strong instruction and inspiration, we strive to create opportunities for all participants to share their skills, artistry, and joy with others within and beyond the bounds of our studio.”

Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks Major Gifts Officer

The Maryland Center for History and Culture (MCHC) seeks a dynamic fundraising professional to join our Advancement Department as a Major Gifts Officer. Reporting to the Vice President of External Affairs, the Major Gifts Officer will steward a portfolio of approximately 100 donors that generates funds through high-net-worth individuals and family foundations inclusive of annual fund, restricted, and planned giving support.

Baltimore Choral Arts Society seeks Development Director

The Development Director is a full-time position that manages all aspects of fundraising for Baltimore Choral Arts, including the Annual Fund campaign, corporate sponsorships, foundation and government grants, special events, planned giving, endowment donations, restricted funds, and data management. The Development Director reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Board of Directors, Development and Choral Arts Gala Board Committees, and donors.

The Development Director’s duties include:

German American Cultural Center seeks Part-Time Fundraising Professional

The German American Cultural Center (GACC), located on the grounds of historic Zion Church near Baltimore’s City Hall. We are seeking a part-time fundraising professional to provide dynamic fund-raising direction and implementation. This individual will work closely with the Board of Directors to help develop a progressive schedule of fundraising activities for the GACC’s community outreach.

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