Systems Administrator

Job Listing
Posted October 14, 2020

The Franklin Institute, the most visited museum in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, strives to be the world leader in promoting science and technology education and literacy through inspiring and engaging experiences that cultivate curiosity, critical thinking, and an understanding of the crucial role science plays in our lives.

Coordinator, Social Impact Programs

Job Listing
Posted October 1, 2020

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good busines.

Day & Evening Registrar

Job Listing
Posted October 1, 2020

Main Line Art Center seeks a creative, energetic Registrar to provide administrative support to the Education, Development & Exhibitions departments of the Center. This part-time position is multi-faceted and requires a poised and professional demeanor in-person and on the phone, as the Registrar is the first point of contact with all members of the Center. The Registrar must maintain an exemplary sense of professionalism and the ability to proactively problem solve.

Community Capacity Building Assistant (Part-Time)

Job Listing
Posted September 28, 2020

Community Capacity Building work provides a unique opportunity to increase the amount of support for Friends of the Free Library groups and community members who are interested in stewarding neighborhood libraries and public spaces.

College Mentors for the Bloomberg Arts Internship

Job Listing
Posted April 2, 2020

OVERVIEW:

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance seeks four college students with an interest in arts and education for a paid summer position mentoring students in the Bloomberg Arts Internship. 

Community Art Instructors

Job Listing
Posted February 3, 2020

The University City Arts League (UCAL) is seeking part-time Teaching Artists for our Community Arts program. UCAL is a multi-disciplinary community art center and is seeking artists versed in several disciplines including ceramics, printmaking, and 2-d and 3-d mixed media. 

Program Description

Bloomberg Arts Internship Manager

Job Listing
Posted January 27, 2020

Background

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance was founded in 1972 and is one of the nation’s best-known and most effective arts service organizations.  We operate in five counties surrounding Philadelphia and also serve southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware as part of our metropolitan region.  We have over 450 nonprofit and for-profit members, but the Alliance serves the entire cultural sector – over 1,500 performing arts, visual arts, history, science, horticulture, arts education, community art centers, and other cultural organizations.

Camp Director

Job Listing
Posted November 26, 2019

Main Line Art Center seeks a dynamic, creative, confident and caring Camp Director for our thriving 11 week long summer art camp. The successful candidate should be highly organized, flexible, and adept at communicating effectively with campers ages 5-16, as well as camp parents, teaching artists, teen counsellors and administrative staff.

World Cafe Host

Job Listing
Posted June 14, 2019

WXPN is looking for a host/producer for World Cafe, its 2 hour daily national music program distributed by NPR. S/he will primarily be responsible for interviewing guests, writing and recording the daily show, and collaborating with World Cafe staff on various production elements for radio and digital.

Bloomberg Arts Internship Mentor

Job Listing
Posted May 10, 2019

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance seeks three college students with an interest in the arts and education for a paid summer position mentoring students in the Bloomberg Arts Internship. This is an excellent opportunity for students who would like to gain experience combining the arts, education, and arts administration. In this program, mentors will provide guidance and oversight to high school students who will be interning at cultural organizations around the city and engaging in intensive pre-college professional development. The ideal candidate for this program is creative, flexible, comfortable speaking in front of groups, and has experience creating and facilitating arts-related programs for teens. Experience as a camp counselor or after school program facilitator would be beneficial. Learn more about the Bloomberg Arts Internship here

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