2017 Membership Fellowship
Application Deadline: March 31, 2017
1029 Vermont Ave NW, Ste 400
Washington, DC 20005
Dance/USA, the national service organization for professional dance, sustains and advances professional dance by addressing the needs, concerns, and interests of artists and administrators. Committed to leadership development in the professional field of dance, and to honoring, nurturing, and advancing dance through the lens of equity, diversity and inclusion, Dance/USA seeks a 2017 Fellow to work in the organization’s Membership Department.
Dance/USA operates at the center of the national dance field providing dance-related research and information, professional development, advocacy, and service so that members may gain new insights, perspectives, and knowledge on their work as dance professionals.
This opportunity will:
-Connect the Fellow to leaders in the national dance community
-Raise the Fellow’s awareness of dance in America and field-wide trends
-Provide the Fellow with practical work experience
This Fellowship is geared toward early career arts administrators who are motivated, curious, possess a strong work ethic, and have a special interest in dance.
Click here for more information: http://www.danceusa.org/membership-fellowship
Complete the online Membership Fellowship application form by March 31st 2017. If you have questions, please direct them to Melissa Lineburg, database manager. Online application available here: https://danceusa.force.com/cpbase__form?ID=a0Jo000000zqWEa&site=a0No0000007M73L
The ideal Fellow will possess a personal commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion; be detail oriented; motivated and proactive; solution oriented; patient; curious; and possess a strong sense of service, professionalism, and written and oral communication skills. A background in Website/HTML management and marketing are a plus. Additionally, applicants must be comfortable with database management and proficient in all Microsoft applications.
This Fellowship opportunity is open to undergraduate seniors and graduate students as well as recent graduates from an undergraduate or graduate program.