Cooper Hewitt is seeking is seeking a highly experienced, dynamic and motivated Corporate Sponsorship Manager specializing in corporate giving and fundraising to manage all aspects of corporate support and membership for the museum and its initiatives.
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The Education Facilitator at CAC facilitates a diverse portfolio of education experiences for early childhood, school-aged, teen, family and adult audiences. Facilitator-led programs explore Chicago’s built environment, and design thinking by applying Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) skills. The Facilitator uses inquiry and hands-on exploration to foster creativity, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration skills for young children, teens, teachers, and adult learners.
The Architectural League, one of the nationʼs premier presenters of new work and ideas in architecture, urbanism, and design, seeks a self-motivated, well-organized, energetic Program and Membership Assistant—with a good sense of humor—to work on a wide variety of tasks in a friendly and fast-paced office.
The Director of Interpretation and Education in the Historic Sites Department will lead and support place-based interpretive planning, development, implementation, and evaluation at individual National Trust Historic Sites and across the TrustSites portfolio. The director will develop and lead new initiatives in education and interpretation, while also expanding ongoing activities around arts-focused initiatives, digital tools, K-12 programming, and the National Trust’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.
The HOPE Crew Director plays a key leadership role in one of the Trust’s most dynamic new programs. HOPE Crew works to empower a diverse new generation of preservationists through Hands-On Preservation Experiences at historic properties across the country. The role combines direct management of projects, staff and external partnerships with the development and growth of the overall HOPE Crew program.
This is a professional position in the Strategic Communications and Content department responsible for creating an effective and adaptable communications strategy to continue to make AIA a consistent, effective, and influential voice of leadership within architecture.
The Major Gifts Officer will be responsible for creating and implementing strategy to identify, cultivate and solicit potential major donors while building upon existing relationships and significantly growing annual support for the institution. The Major Gifts Officer is responsible for stewardship of programs (events, communications and personal outreach) designed to inform existing donors and prospects of MAS’s work, to sustain and increase giving, and to broaden the organization’s circle of supporters.
Anne-Marie Lubenau, director of the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, will provide a brief overview of the award and the five 2019 medalists, including Crosstown Concourse, the biggest adaptive reuse initiative in Tennessee and the largest LEED Platinum Certified historic adaptive reuse project in the world.
Design in Public and AIA Seattle have an exhibit that we created, Sanctuary: Design for Belonging, that is available to travel to other Design Centers beginning March 2019.
Sanctuary presents design ideas from Displaced: Design for Inclusive Cities, a competition that sought game-changing design solutions addressing the global refugee and immigrant crisis in an urban context. The exhibit also highlighted Washington State resources and organizations, and we have templates that can be used to incorporate localized information.