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The Associate Director provides operational leadership in the programmatic, fund development and administrative areas of the organization. Specific areas of responsibilities include organizational strategic thinking, program development, evaluation and implementation, as well as, fund development.
The Associate Director reports to, and works closely with the Executive Director and maintains working relationships with members of the Board of Directors, Teaching Artists, and community members.
To learn more, click here for the full job description and how to apply.
The Imagine Bus Project employs the assistance of undergraduate and graduate-level interns year-round. Possible areas of specialization include arts education, youth development, fundraising, event planning, website design, and marketing. Administrative Interns learn about nonprofit arts administration, program and fund development, community outreach, and more.
Commitment: One day per week, Monday – Friday, 11 am - 5 pm.
This is an unpaid internship. We can, however, arrange for course credit.To apply submit letter of interest and resume to email@example.com.
ARTS EDUCATION INTERN
Our Board of Directors give their energy and support and take on the additional responsibility of providing leadership. If you are interested in finding out more about what it means to be on our Board please click on the board service link.
THE DREAM TEAM ADVISORY COUNCIL
The Imagine Bus Project’s (TIBP) Dream Team is a group of community members who assist the Board of Directors and staff in advancing TIBP’s mission to teach underserved youth the power of self-expression through the visual arts, inspiring the creative potential of every child. TIBP’s programs offer low-income and at-risk youth innovative programs in and after school, thereby improving their chances in school, work and life.