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The Black Arts District is hiring for multiple positions

Kaleah Mcilwain

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The Black Arts District (BAD) has multiple job opportunities available that they are accepting applications for. BAD is a “well-recognized, labeled, mixed-use area of the city in which a high concentration of arts and cultural facilities serve as the anchor attraction.” This is Maryland’s only art and entertainment district dedicated to the cultural production of African American’s.

Administrative Assistant

BAD is looking for a fulltime Administrative Assistant. This is not a remote position and will required working primarily in the office. To find out more information and for a full position description email candance@blackartsdistrict.org

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Communications Intern and Program Intern

They are looking for two people to fill their positions for two paid internships. The internships will be from Feb. 2022 to July 2022, pay $500, and be approximately 30-40 hours a month. The deadline to apply is January 7, 2022, and for more information contact kenneth@blackartsdistrict.org

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Donors Relation Manager

They are seeking a donors relation manager who would be responsible for developing and implementing engagement and fundraising strategies to enhance and grow revenue and current prospective donors. Those interested in applying should be comfortable administering donation drives and coordinating community donation drives.

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Grants Manager

BAD is seeking a fulltime grant manager that will oversee nearly the entire grantmaking process. This role involves planning and executing the grantmaking process by working with the program's teams to work within the annual budget, support funding opportunities, manage documents and deadlines, and track grant results. For more information contact the director@blackartsdistrict.org.

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Al interested community members who wish to apply for any of these positions should fill out an application where you will need to upload your resume and specify which position you are applying for.

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