During this time as many of our nonprofits Arts in CT has been feverishly working trying to find ways to assist our students with programs. Many of our students are not able to afford the programs permitted especially at the growing rate of unemployment. We must find grants to help these children in this time of need with free programming so we can assist them with arts integrated projects.
Arts in CT is looking for a grant writers who have time to assist us in finding grants and help us write these grants so we can secure funding for the professional artist to provide artistic programs.
Arts in CT is a nonprofit arts organization which was established in 2016. We have provided services to over 400,000 students and have hired 400 artist. We want to do our part to help professional artist remain working.
we are looking for people who are skilled in finding grants, writing grants and who are willing to learn how to write grants. We need someone with a knack of writing and have a passion for the arts.
Mission Statement Arts in CT is committed to bringing the arts into diverse communities and art deserts to help individuals of all ages, abilities, cultures, religions, and socioeconomic backgrounds pursue their creative and artistic dreams.
Arts in CT grew out of the passion of a passionate artist, educator, and community builder who brings more than 20 years of experience in the fields of community arts and educational development. Arts in CT is passionately devoted to improving the lives of the most underserved members of our community.
Arts in CT is committed to working within under-resourced neighborhoods.
1) support professional artists
2) re-integrate the arts back into k-12 education
3) support communities
Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
April 25, 2020
Market Research / Analysis
Grant Writing / Research
We are looking for someone to be able to find and complete the grant that they have started.
We are looking for a successful grant writers who have already received funding from grants they previously have written.