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Reclaimed Materials Coordinator (Full Time AmeriCorps VISTA)

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Clever Octopus Inc ™ is a waste-based nonprofit that inspires creativity and environmental consciousness through the resale of high-quality, affordable thrifted art and craft materials and by offering educational art and science programming for all ages and communities.

Clever Octopus Creative Reuse Center promotes creativity & community engagement through upcycling & art education. Divert clean industrial discards working with local businesses & manufacturers.

 

Member Duties: VISTA Reclaimed Materials Coordinator will (1) develop partnerships with existing & new material donation partners; (2) seek novel reclaimed materials with reliable uses for our low-cost and free educational programming; (3) develop initiatives to facilitate financial donations from material reclaim partners to support local manufacturers' environmental goals while sustaining our program; (4) update online processes and protocols for materials reclaim; (5) identify current materials’ strengths & challenges, revise & add new materials partnerships as needed; (6) create a process to automate material donations, follow up, and repeat donations; (7) join the VISTA team for all outreach & tabling needs at sustainability events, art festivals, college campuses, & more to promote COI; (8) engage in community workshops & talks & skill-building programs related to non-profit management.

 

Visit this link to apply: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=107573

 

Service Term: 2/14/2022-2/14/2023

$7.19/hour living allowance + Segal AmeriCorps education award

Age requirement minimum: 18

Education level: college graduate or equivalent

Skills: Community Organization ,  Public Speaking ,  Fund raising/Grant Writing ,  Computers/Technology ,  Writing/Editing ,  Business/Entrepreneur ,  Environment ,  Team Work ,  Non-Profit Management ,  Communications ,  Leadership ,  General Skills . 

Benefits: Health Coverage* ,  Training ,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Living Allowance ,  Relocation Allowance .  *For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement:

Clever Octopus aims to take an intersectional approach to arts-access and waste diversion. We work to recognize the complex ways that racial, economic, and cultural forces interact within the arts and environmental advocacy spheres. To this end, we strive to dismantle discrimination and racism, both systemic and interpersonal, and to make our organization not only a safe and affirming place, but an active driver for positive social change and justice in our community. With these values at the forefront of our minds, we encourage the organizations we partner with to do the same; to combat racism and classism in their pervasive forms in whichever niche they work.

 

801.441.0866

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Artisan Business Development Coordinator (Full Time AmeriCorps VISTA)

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Clever Octopus Inc ™ is a waste-based nonprofit that inspires creativity and environmental consciousness through the resale of high-quality, affordable thrifted art and craft materials and by offering educational art and science programming for all ages and communities.

Clever Octopus Creative Reuse Center promotes creativity & community engagement through upcycling & art education. Help our team create living wage artist and creator jobs for people with barriers to employment.

 

Member Duties: VISTA Artisan Business Development Coordinator will (1) create living wage jobs for people with barriers to employment (ABD team); (2) develop partnerships with existing & new business partners; (3) research, develop & implement training modules for ABD team; (4) create a tracking & evaluation system for applicants, candidates, and selected ABD team members; (5) create & implement effective outreach strategies to recruit members with barriers to employment; (6) research similar existing programs, evaluate strengths & challenges, & present best practices; (7) create a wholesale catalog to present COI-produced artisan products to buyers; (8) research & consider online sales strategies & platforms; (9) research & evaluate national reach potential; (10) join the VISTA team for all outreach & tabling needs at sustainability events, art festivals, college campuses, & more to promote COI; (11) engage in community workshops & talks & skill-building programs related to non-profit management.

 

Visit this link to apply: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=107574

 

Service Term: 1/18/2022-1/18/2023

$7.19/hour living allowance + Segal AmeriCorps education award

Age requirement minimum: 18

Education level: college graduate or equivalent

Skills: Environment ,  General Skills ,  Education ,  Writing/Editing ,  Leadership ,  Business/Entrepreneur ,  Non-Profit Management ,  Teaching/Tutoring ,  Public Speaking ,  Recruitment ,  Fine Arts/Crafts ,  Trade/Construction ,  Communications ,  Fund raising/Grant Writing ,  Community Organization . 

Benefits: Health Coverage* ,  Training ,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Living Allowance ,  Relocation Allowance .  *For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement:

Clever Octopus aims to take an intersectional approach to arts-access and waste diversion. We work to recognize the complex ways that racial, economic, and cultural forces interact within the arts and environmental advocacy spheres. To this end, we strive to dismantle discrimination and racism, both systemic and interpersonal, and to make our organization not only a safe and affirming place, but an active driver for positive social change and justice in our community. With these values at the forefront of our minds, we encourage the organizations we partner with to do the same; to combat racism and classism in their pervasive forms in whichever niche they work.

 

801.441.0866

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Development Coordinator (Full Time AmeriCorps VISTA)

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Development Coordinator (Full Time AmeriCorps VISTA)

Clever Octopus Inc ™ is a waste-based nonprofit that inspires creativity and environmental consciousness through the resale of high-quality, affordable thrifted art and craft materials and by offering educational art and science programming for all ages and communities.

Clever Octopus Creative Reuse Center promotes creativity & community engagement through upcycling & art education. Write grant proposals to secure funding, develop sustainable giving strategies.

Member Duties: VISTA Development Coordinator will (1) develop & manage strategic plans to secure funding from local, regional, & national corporations, foundations, & government sources & complete likelihood of award analysis using & updating the COI grant decision process; (2) research, write, & coordinate grant application processes; (3) organize grant calendar & Google Drive folder & steward current partnerships; (4) create effective proposal content with quantitative research & meaningful grant reporting; (5) develop & send reports, correspondence, & thank-you letters to funders & other stakeholders; (6) share the mission & community impact of COI; (7) market, maintain, & coordinate the COI mini-grant program; (8) develop sustainable giving strategies; (9) join the VISTA team for all outreach & tabling needs at sustainability events, art festivals, college campuses, & more to promote COI; (10) engage in community workshops & talks & skill-building programs related to grant-writing.

Visit this link to apply: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=91998

 

Service Term: 6/06/2022-6/06/2023

$7.19/hour living allowance + Segal AmeriCorps education award

Age requirement minimum: 18

Education level: college graduate or equivalent

Skills: Community Organization ,  Non-Profit Management ,  Environment ,  Leadership ,  Writing/Editing ,  Communications ,  Education ,  Teaching/Tutoring ,  Business/Entrepreneur ,  Youth Development ,  Fund raising/Grant Writing ,  Fine Arts/Crafts ,  Team Work ,  General Skills ,  Computers/Technology ,  Public Speaking . 

Benefits: Health Coverage* ,  Training ,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Living Allowance ,  Relocation Allowance .  *For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement:

Clever Octopus aims to take an intersectional approach to arts-access and waste diversion. We work to recognize the complex ways that racial, economic, and cultural forces interact within the arts and environmental advocacy spheres. To this end, we strive to dismantle discrimination and racism, both systemic and interpersonal, and to make our organization not only a safe and affirming place, but an active driver for positive social change and justice in our community. With these values at the forefront of our minds, we encourage the organizations we partner with to do the same; to combat racism and classism in their pervasive forms in whichever niche they work.

 

801.441.0866

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Clever Octopus Communications Coordinator (Full Time AmeriCorps VISTA)

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Clever Octopus Communications Coordinator (Full Time AmeriCorps VISTA)

Clever Octopus Inc ™ is a waste-based nonprofit that inspires creativity and environmental consciousness through the resale of high-quality, affordable thrifted art and craft materials and by offering educational art and science programming for all ages and communities.

Clever Octopus Creative Reuse Center promotes creativity & community engagement through upcycling & art education. Design, create, & deliver print & online marketing materials to support growth.

Member Duties: VISTA Communications Coordinator will (1) design & update print, online & social media materials; (2) provide for the organization’s promotional needs including programs, events, & announcements; (3) coordinate writing & preparation of monthly email newsletter; (4) monitor analytics across website, social media, newsletter, & more; (5) coordinate media relations, create & maintain press contact list, track press mentions using Google Alert & other tools; (6) create 2021-22 annual reports; (7) attend relevant events, on-site workshops, etc. for content creation & photograph & edit images for public-facing photo albums; (8) manage, review, & create effective content marketing & advertisements using Google AdWords, SEO, & similar; (9) join the VISTA team for all outreach & tabling needs at sustainability events, art festivals, college campuses, & more to promote COI; (10) engage in community workshops & talks & skill-building programs related to marketing & content creation.

Service Term: 4/11/2022-4/11/2023

$7.19/hour living allowance + Segal AmeriCorps education award
Age requirement minimum: 18
Education level: college graduate or equivalent
Skills: Youth Development ,  Team Work ,  Community Organization ,  General Skills ,  Public Speaking ,  Environment ,  Communications ,  Writing/Editing ,  Non-Profit Management . 
Benefits: Health Coverage* ,  Training ,  Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Living Allowance ,  Relocation Allowance .  *For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit http://www.vistacampus.gov/healthcare

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement:
Clever Octopus aims to take an intersectional approach to arts-access and waste diversion. We work to recognize the complex ways that racial, economic, and cultural forces interact within the arts and environmental advocacy spheres. To this end, we strive to dismantle discrimination and racism, both systemic and interpersonal, and to make our organization not only a safe and affirming place, but an active driver for positive social change and justice in our community. With these values at the forefront of our minds, we encourage the organizations we partner with to do the same; to combat racism and classism in their pervasive forms in whichever niche they work.

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Festival Office + Graphic Design Internships

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The Cork International Choral Festival is looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated candidates for the 67th edition!

We have 2 different internship positions available for the period January-May 2022 depending on your skills and aspirations.

Option 1 – Festival Office

We are looking for passionate candidates who are keen to establish a career in the festivals and music events industry.

What you will learn and be a part of

This is a great opportunity to be fully involved from the outset with the production of a well-established and exciting festival. You will learn the basic fundamentals of festival events during the months leading up to the Cork International Choral Festival. You will also be exposed to the management of all logistical needs including but not limited to box office, entertainment, catering, signage, audio/visual, gifts, etc. of festival events. The internship will involve pre-production planning (marketing/publicity), content creation for our website and social media accounts, copywriting, proof-reading. During the Festival days, you will be required to work on-site at our events (concerts, workshops, rehearsals) at different locations across Cork city and County.

Your strengths and interests include

  • Interest and knowledge about the festival scene and/or choral music
  • A quick-thinking, self-starter with the ability to multitask and willingness to take on projects
  • Interest and some knowledge of digital marketing and social media
  • Aware of the ‘all-hands on deck’ attitude required when working at events
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office

Option 2 – Graphic Design (Fully remote option available)

We are looking for a graphic designer who wants to advance and develop their creative existing skills by working with the Festival Team on a range of projects across media and platforms. Fully remote internship option available.

What you will learn and be a part of

You have the opportunity to be a part of a lively, fun atmosphere, be exposed and participate in the production of a well-established and exciting festival. The position will have a variety of different tasks, including but not limited to the following: editing the festival programme booklet, creating posters and flyers and online adverts. You will also have the opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals of festival events during the months leading up to the Cork International Choral Festival.

Optional – During the Festival days, you will be scheduled to work on-site at our events (concerts, workshops, rehearsals) at different locations across Cork city and County.

Your strengths and interests include

  • A quick-thinking, self-starter with the ability to multitask and willingness to take on projects
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Some experience with the Adobe Suite
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Excellent written and spoken English

About the Internship

3 month internship period: 30 hours per week + increased hours during festival days (27th April – 1st May 2022), schedule to be agreed). This is an unpaid internship. We are flexible regarding working hours and start/end dates for the right candidate.

We will mainly be working from our own offices in Civic Trust House on 50 Pope Quays, Cork.
Due to the exceptional circumstances related to the Covid-19 situation, part of the work might be carried out remotely by the festival staff. Online communication tools (VoIP/web conferencing platforms, chats, knowledge repositories, etc.) are in place to ensure that work can be carried out as team and that you receive appropriate and timely support and feedback. Use of own laptop and internet connection required (not provided).

The health and safety of our staff and everyone attending next year’s event is our number one priority. We ask you to comply with local COVID-19 rules and public health guidelines in place at the time of the internship.

About us

Founded in 1954 to be a dynamic force in developing choral music in Ireland, the Cork International Choral Festival is held annually over the five days preceding the first Monday in May in venues across the city, centering around the City Hall, one of the most attractive and acoustically superb venues in Ireland. It is one of Europe’s premier international choral festivals and is noted for its high competitive standards, excellent organisation, and the friendliness of its welcome. Each year some of the finest amateur international choirs are selected to compete for the prestigious Fleischmann International Trophy. The selected choirs also have an opportunity to perform non-competitively in a range of Festival activities presented over the weekend, including Fringe concerts, church and informal performances. Their presence gives audiences and Irish choirs the unique opportunity of attending a diverse range of concerts and competitive sessions while in Cork. As well as foreign choirs, the Festival annually features up to 100 Adult, Youth and School choirs who participate in National Competitions. Overall the Festival attracts some 5,000 participants. The festival continues to ensure that choral music, representative of many historical and cultural traditions, is brought to the people of Cork and the many visitors who travel to the city for the event.

Questions?

If you require further information, please email: administrator@corkchoral.ie

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Marketing Internship Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation

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Marketing Internship

The Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation is seeking a part-time Marketing Intern for the Fall 2021, that can develop into a part-time paid position. Schedule can be flexible, and discussed upon interview. Remote and in-person opportunities.

General Responsibilities

Train with the staff of IDDF to understand company goals and values. Along with current IDDF Staff brainstorm, create and implement marketing plans/campaigns for the Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation and its resident dance company, Lori Belilove & Company, that promotes, refines and strengthens institutional identity, image and branding for IDDF, as well as increases overall visibility and attracts new audiences for Lori Belilove & The Isadora Duncan Dance Company.

 

This is a unique opportunity that can develop into a paid part-time position.

 

Requirements/ Qualifications

Strong oral and written language skills as well as editing and proofreading skills.
Strong project management and organizational skills. Initiative to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Attention to details.
Ability to communicate effectively with Artistic Director, Director of Education, and office assistants
Creative, Resourceful, and good communicator
Bachelor's degree preferred. Knowledge of dance and New York arts market helpful.

Specific Duties:

Design all marketing, advertising and promotional material for Lori Belilove & Co.
Ensure an on-going presence for Lori Belilove & Company in the performing arts media.
Write press materials and coordinate press campaigns and events.
Ensure that funding partners are properly recognized in electronic and print material.
Manage overall website content.
Collaborate with Artistic Director, Educational Director, to develop and implement new earned income goals and develop new audiences & visibility.
Strive to integrate marketing and audience development best practices.
Represent IDDF at corporate and community events and outreach activities.
Create and manage a marketing budget within the scope of the IDDF general operations budget.

Internship Benefits:
- Invitation to attend all live and virtual classes

-opportunity to develop into a paid position

 

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