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ORGANIZATION: Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education

  • 54 people are interested
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CAPE seeks to recruit and retain a diverse board whose members possess a variety of needed skills and a broad array of knowledge relevant to CAPE’s work. These skills may include but are not limited to, expertise in law, finance, information technology, fundraising, human resources, marketing, or public/media relations. Also desirable are past experience with nonprofit boards and experience with meeting facilitation. CAPE also seeks to include on its board a variety of perspectives related to arts and/or education. Consequently, CAPE seeks to have on its board constituents such as CPS parents, alumni, teachers, administrators, local government officials, and teaching artists. In addition a range of professional skills, all CAPE Board Members are expected to possess the following attributes:

Willingness to advocate on behalf of CAPE by bringing resources to the agency. Such resources include a personal financial commitment and promoting interest in and support for CAPE through involvement in outreach, networking and promotional activities.

Ability to commit approximately 5 hours per month. This time may be spent in board or committee meetings or in outreach and fundraising activities.

Desire to be part of a collegial group dedicated to CAPE’s mission. Board members will serve as part of a team and engage in thoughtful discussion and decision-making.

Partner with staff and fellow board members to build and enhance CAPE’s contributions to positive creative learning outcomes for students. This may translate into first-hand participation and support of school-based programs and initiatives.

CAPE Board service offers its members the extraordinary opportunity to contribute to an outstanding organization that makes a profound and lasting difference in the lives of young people, their families and their community.

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About Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education

Location:

1010 W. 35th Street, Suite 697, Chicago, IL 60609, US

Mission Statement

Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE) works toward a future in which young people are empowered, through education and the arts, to fully realize their academic, creative and personal potential.

Description

CAPE’s work is to increase academic success, critical thinking, and creativity through research-based, arts-driven education. CAPE collaborates with schools that serve low-income students of color in order to build equity and improve access for the arts in communities that lack the resources to do so. CAPE teaching artists partner with K-12 teachers and artists in two school districts: Chicago Public Schools and West Chicago Public Schools (SD33), reaching 4,000 students annually. In CAPE classrooms, teachers and artists collaborate on developing engaging learning projects that weave the arts and academics, building students’ knowledge and capacities in both areas. Rather than providing a scripted curriculum, CAPE’s model of arts integration provides a framework for teaching and learning that is adapted to each classroom’s needs and interests.

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1010 West 35th StreetSuite 697Chicago, IL 60609

(41.83085,-87.6526)
 

SKILLS

  • Public Relations
  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Strategic Planning
  • Arts Administration
  • Business Development
  • Fundraising

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Up to 5 hours per month

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