5 job(s) at Silkroad

Silkroad 175 North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02134
May 01, 2021
Intern
The Silkroad Internship Program is a six-month professional development experience designed to prepare emerging BIPOC arts professionals with fluency in non-profit arts administration and leadership. The Silkroad Development Intern will work closely with the Director of Development, providing support across the organization’s development and fundraising strategies. Interns will also engage in regular seminars led by Silkroad staff, offering multidisciplinary skills and tools that span across the arts administration field. The internship program is designed to create a holistic and expansive view of the many facets of Silkroad and non-profit administration while remaining flexible and responsive to the needs, interests, and aspirations of the interns. With a commitment to systemic allyship and the diversification of the non-profit arts sector, we welcome Black, Indigenous, and other persons of color to apply. This position will be primarily remote with possible opportunities for in-person engagements. The program lasts until February 1, 2022 with possibility for renewal.
Silkroad 175 North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02134
May 01, 2021
Intern
The Silkroad Internship Program is a six-month professional development experience designed to prepare emerging BIPOC arts professionals with fluency in non-profit arts administration and leadership. The Silkroad Education Intern will work closely with the Director of Education & Social Impact, providing support across the organization’s educational programs and acting as a key facilitator in residency planning and community outreach. Interns will also engage in regular seminars led by Silkroad staff, offering multidisciplinary skills and tools that span across the arts administration field. The internship program is designed to create a holistic and expansive view of the many facets of Silkroad and non-profit administration while remaining flexible and responsive to the needs, interests, and aspirations of the interns. With a commitment to systemic allyship and the diversification of the non-profit arts sector, we welcome Black, Indigenous, and other persons of color to apply. This position will be primarily remote with possible opportunities for in-person engagements. The program lasts until February 1, 2022 with possibility for renewal.
Silkroad 175 North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02134
May 01, 2021
Intern
The Silkroad Internship Program is a six-month professional development experience designed to prepare emerging BIPOC arts professionals with fluency in non-profit arts administration and leadership. The Silkroad Artistic Programs Intern will work closely with the Producer, providing support across the organization’s artistic programs and acting as a key facilitator in creative planning and performance activities. Interns will also engage in regular seminars led by Silkroad staff, offering multidisciplinary skills and tools that span across the arts administration field. The internship program is designed to create a holistic and expansive view of the many facets of Silkroad and non-profit administration while remaining flexible and responsive to the needs, interests, and aspirations of the interns. With a commitment to systemic allyship and the diversification of the non-profit arts sector, we welcome Black, Indigenous, and other persons of color to apply. This position will be primarily remote with possible opportunities for in-person engagements. The program lasts until February 1, 2022 with possibility for renewal.
Silkroad 175 North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02134
May 01, 2021
Intern
The Silkroad Internship Program is a six-month professional development experience designed to prepare emerging BIPOC arts professionals with fluency in non-profit arts administration and leadership. The Silkroad Communications Intern will work closely with the Digital Strategy Manager, providing support across the organization’s programs marketing and promotional efforts. Interns will also engage in regular seminars led by Silkroad staff, offering multidisciplinary skills and tools that span across the arts administration field. The internship program is designed to create a holistic and expansive view of the many facets of Silkroad and non-profit administration while remaining flexible and responsive to the needs, interests, and aspirations of the interns. With a commitment to systemic allyship and the diversification of the non-profit arts sector, we welcome Black, Indigenous, and other persons of color to apply. This position will be primarily remote with possible opportunities for in-person engagements. The program lasts until February 1, 2022 with possibility for renewal.
Silkroad
Dec 10, 2020
Intern
The Silkroad Internship Program is a six month professional development experience designed to prepare emerging BIPOC arts professionals with fluency in non-profit arts administration and leadership. Silkroad Interns will work interdepartmentally, providing support across the organization’s artistic programs, fundraising efforts, and marketing strategies. The program is designed to create a holistic and expansive view of the many facets of Silkroad and non-profit administration while remaining flexible and responsive to the needs, interests, and aspirations of the interns. With a commitment to anti-racism work and the diversification of the non-profit arts sector, we welcome Black, Indigenous, and other persons of color to apply. Silkroad Interns will work closely with staff, artists, and key external partners and will report to the Artistic Programs Administrator. In consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic, all interns will work fully remotely with regular Zoom meetings with relevant team members. The program lasts until July 1, 2021 with possibility for renewal for an additional six months.