Status: Part-time, 15 hours per week, $500 semester stipend
We are looking for a graduate or undergraduate student interested in gaining experience in nonprofit fundraising, with a particular focus on grant-writing and prospect research. The fellow will work closely with Urbanity staff and the fundraising committee of the Board of Directors.
The fellow will assist with:
Building Urbanity's database of grant opportunities
Prospective donor (individual, corporate, foundation) research
Profiling individual giving prospects from Urbanity's database
Preparing reports for the Board
Development event support
Other departmental tasks, as needed
Interest in development and fundraising, non-profit management, and contemporary dance
Strong oral and written communication skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel), Google Docs, and database systems (SalesForce a plus)
Research and organizational skills
Ability to work independently
1+ years in an office setting or a previous arts management internship preferred, but not required
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Urbanity Director, Betsi Graves, at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1st, 2016. Please include 'Development Fellowship" in the subject line.