Grant Review Panelists
Monmouth Arts is expanding its pool of grant review panelists to perform evaluations of applications submitted for funding consideration throughout 2023 and 2024. Panelists are integral to the grantmaking process, providing critical review, comments, and scores of all applications to a particular grant program. Interested individuals who have a deep knowledge about the arts, best practices for nonprofits, and arts administration are encouraged to submit a resume. Panelists are provided a stipend for serving as a grant reviewer. Monmouth Arts seeks panel diversity in all forms: age, race, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation, artistic discipline, location, etc.
A panelist’s time commitment will vary depending on the grant being reviewed and the amount of materials required of applicants. All reviews are completed on Submittable, the grant portal of Monmouth Arts. Panel meetings will be conducted via Zoom and led by staff.
How to apply: Send email with the subject line Grant Panelist to Connie Isbell, Membership & Community Engagement Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a summary of your previous experience and qualifications. Monmouth Arts staff will review your information and contact you if we believe you would be a good fit.
Social Media & Marketing Intern
The Social Media & Marketing Intern will assist the team in promoting Monmouth Arts and the organization's members. They will create and edit weekly e-blasts, curate content for social media, track analytics, assist with website maintenance, and complete other office work as required.
Candidates with a career focus on marketing, public relations, communications, and graphic design
Current enrollment in Associates, Bachelors or Masters degree program (or in a specialized High School program)
Strong understanding of social media platforms
Basic design skills and moderate understanding of Adobe Creative Suite
Interest in and enthusiasm for the arts
Create content for social media
Track engagement analytics across social media and email
Proof and edit press releases and other marketing materials
Help curate and edit Get Out & Get Art and Opportunities in the Arts weekly e-blasts
Act as an ambassador for Monmouth Arts, supporting our marketing campaigns online and on the ground by following us on social media, sharing our content, and recruiting other ambassadors
Work occasional events at Monmouth Arts, when appropriate
There is a stipend available for this internship, and school credit can be obtained through your institution (high school or college) with the necessary paperwork. Approximately 10-12 hours per week, schedule to be discussed. Monmouth Arts regular operating hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. This position is currently remote or hybrid.
How to apply: Send an email with the subject line Social Media & Marketing Intern and attach a cover letter and resume to Connie Isbell, Director of Membership & Community Engagement, at email@example.com.
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