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Open Works seeks a Contract Services Technician (CST)

OW is a 501(c)(3) non-profit makerspace and was founded in 2016. Our mission is to make tools, technology, and the knowledge to use them accessible to all. We accomplish this through affordable membership access to industrial-grade fabrication equipment; access to low-cost studio space; partnerships with many Baltimore colleges, nonprofits, and community groups; and a wide variety of classes for both young people and adults. All of these efforts support a broader vision of rebuilding Baltimore’s manufacturing economy from the grassroots up.

Port Discovery Children's Museum seeks a Box Office Manager

Port Discovery Children’s Museum, one of the top Children’s Museum in the United States and a top cultural institution in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, is seeking a customer service-oriented individual with excellent attention to detail to join our team as our Box Office Manager. The Museum provides experiences that ignite imagination, inspire learning, and nurture growth through play.

Summary of the Job:

The Box Office Manager reports to our Sales Director, oversees the Box Office team daily and is responsible for membership administration.

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.

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.

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.


Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce seeks Director of Membership

The mission of the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce is to serve as an engine for business and economic development that promotes both members’ and the City’s core value propositions. The activities and programs of the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce are envisioned, designed and executed to build a vibrant and prosperous community through business leadership.

Maryland Center for History and Culture seeks a Publications Manager


The Maryland Center for History and Culture (MCHC) seeks an enthusiastic, creative, self-starting project manager to run MCHC’s print and digital publishing projects and other editorial initiatives as assigned. The ideal candidate will be an experienced editor with a passion for museum and scholarly publishing, dedication to detail, and excellent communication and organizational skills.

Maryland Citizens for the Arts Seeks Marketing Manager

Position Overview

Maryland Citizens for the Arts seeks a Marketing Manager who will be involved in supporting the organization’s work regarding programmatic, communications, and development needs, as well as supporting the logistical and administrative functions and work to support the daily activities necessary to manage a successful nonprofit.

Communications (45%)

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:

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