Assistant/Intern - Fundraising & Development
The Clay Center of New Orleans is seeking a volunteer Fundraising & Development Intern/Assistant! Academic credit possible for Tulane University students.*
- Weekly gallery-sitting shift (optional for volunteers, required for academic interns)
- Researching and updating database of grants and funding opportunities
- Drafting grant applications
- Drafting fundraising appeals
- Interest or prior experience in fundraising/development, grant/appeal writing, visual arts, ceramics, and/or arts administration is recommended but not required.
*Academic Credit for Tulane Students
This position can be used to satisfy Tulane University's second-tier service learning credit requirement (in conjunction with the Center for Public Service). Interns choosing this option must be current Tulane undergraduates and must coordinate with Tulane and CPS to register for the required corresponding internship seminar class.
About CLAY CENTER OF NEW ORLEANS
1001 S BROAD ST, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70125, US
The Clay Center of New Orleans is a nonprofit organization that serves to grow, support and elevate ceramic art and artists by bringing high-quality ceramic art exhibitions, education, outreach, and professional opportunities to the city of New Orleans.
The Clay Center of New Orleans was founded to increase the amount of ceramic art education, exhibition, and professional opportunities available in New Orleans, as well as to create greater access to ceramic supplies, tools, and facilities. Since opening in 2018, our Exhibitions Program has put on over 30 juried exhibitions of contemporary ceramic artwork. Our new studio/classroom is under construction and slated to open in 2022.
1001 South Broad StreetNew Orleans, LA 70125
November 6, 2021
- Visual Arts
- Arts Administration
- Grant Writing / Research
- Community Outreach
- Driver's License Needed
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 60 to 70 hours over 3 to 4 months for academic interns.