Pleasant Home Foundation in Oak Park, IL, seeks an Executive Director who will be a strategic and creative nonprofit cultural leader to work with the Board to grow earned and contributed revenues and develop innovative and exciting cultural programs to achieve the goals set forth in its new strategic plan.
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The RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship offers £7,000 to a student of architecture who demonstrates the potential for outstanding achievement and original thinking on issues that relate to the sustainable survival of cities and towns.
To be eligible, students must be enrolled in, and have successfully completed the first year of, a professional qualification in architecture in one of the schools of architecture invited to participate.
Each school can nominate one student only and must choose its own method of selecting its nominated student.
Are you motivated to make the world a better place? Do you love working with other people to create new things? Are you a student of design, engineering, or architecture who is fluent with technology? Are you a good listener with experience in research? If you answered yes to all these questions, please consider working with us to re-envision and enliven Autodesk’s community programs
This is a newly created position, which is designed to strengthen the Collaborative’s capacity for evaluation, learning, and volunteer engagement. The Collaborative offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and an excellent benefits package (health, dental, vision and a 401k plan), plus the opportunity to work with a talented team of individuals and an extraordinary group of volunteers.
Working closely with the Director of Design Services, the Program Manager will manage and deliver effective economic development programs, as described below. The ideal candidate has 2 or more years of experience.
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 OPPORTUNITY: The President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) reports to and works closely with the Board of Trustees. S/he will bring the strategic vision and collaborative partnership approach needed to enable the organization to continue to lead and drive the evolution of the preservation movement as the national standard bearer. The ideal candidate will have polished communication and presentation skills and serve as an articulate and passionate ambassador and revenue generator for the organization in a broad range of settings to diverse audiences.
This is a professional position reporting to the Sr. Director, Media Strategy. The primary responsibility of the Sr. Manager is to assist with positioning the AIA as a primary source to members of the media, social media, bloggers, and influencers for information on all subjects relating to architecture, design, building and construction. Duties include developing key messages for communication campaigns and pitching to editorial media targets in support of the overall public awareness efforts of the AIA as outlined in the Institute’s operating plan
Taliesin Preservation of Spring Green, WI is looking to hire a full-time Program Coordinator to work alongside our Director of Programs and Event Manager to support our events, and educational and public programming.
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.