Arts for Learning is seeking a creative professional to tell their story.
Overview: Reports to the President & CEO. Main job responsibilities are marketing of AFL programs by developing and implementing promotional campaigns; writing external and internal communications; and creating promotional materials for programming and development teams.
Qualifications and skills: The ideal candidate will possess the following qualities –
About Arts for Learning: Founded in 1961, Arts for Learning, the Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences, empowers children to achieve their creative and intellectual potential through arts in education. Part of the Young Audiences Arts for Learning national network, Arts for Learning is one of more than 30 affiliates certified by the national office. We reach nearly 50,000 children each year with performances, workshops, and artist residency programs in-school, afterschool and out of school. We augment this activity with an array of professional development opportunities designed to help teachers and teaching artists bring the arts into the school environment more effectively.
Arts for Learning is an equal opportunity employer that values the right of children to have access to the arts and the participatory arts experiences that unlock minds, expand lives, and fulfill creative and intellectual potential.
To apply: Please send a copy of your resume with cover letter to JoEllen Florio Rossebo, executive Director & CEO at email@example.com
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