This position is responsible for the development, implementation and reporting for diversity-related program content across all Preservation Resources programs including conferences, trainings, website and publications. The Manger will establish connections to and develop resources for communities under-represented in the work of the National Trust and the preservation movement and oversee outreach programs such as the Diversity Scholarship Program. It monitors and helps ensure that the Preservation Resource’s education, training and outreach programs are progressing toward the organization’s diversity goals. This position reports to the Director of Publications and Programs.
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The responsibilities of the Communications and Marketing Coordinator are to execute the communications strategy and dynamic outreach efforts across our multi-disciplinary organization. Projects and daily tasks range from supporting media relations, creating promotional materials, and developing digital and social media campaigns, to website maintenance and coordinating proposals for speaking engagements
The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the operations, programming, and fundraising to ensure the long-term viability of this iconic Modernist site. The Executive Director will create and implement a dynamic and strategic plan for financially-sustainable programming at the site that explores its rich history and continues to support its connections to contemporary art and design.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of AIA Silicon Valley, while achieving the strategic direction and goals established by the Board.
Single award in the amount of $10,000 per year for two years, to promote and encourage the study of architecture by New York City public high school students through a two-year scholarship to supplement tuition and related costs during their freshman and sophomore years at a NAAB-accredited school of architecture in the U.S.