AARCH seeks a highly dedicated professional with a demonstrated educational programing skillset to join our four-person team. Our Educational Programs Director will be responsible for developing, planning, and implementing an educational program that celebrates the diversity of architecture in the Adirondack region and beyond, and creating content within those programs that furthers our mission of enhancing public knowledge and encouraging better appreciation and stewardship
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SPUR is seeking a strategic and dynamic Director of Individual Giving, a newly created position to enhance our individual giving program in order to accelerate SPUR’s mission in a profound way. The director will serve as a key leadership position within SPUR’s development team and is initially responsible for generating $500,000 in annual revenue. He/she will drive strategy, cultivate long term relationships, and refine critical fundraising systems for SPUR’s individual membership programs.
The Coordinator assists the Director of Publications & Programs with tasks needed to deliver high-quality programs and content aimed at leaders in the preservation movement. This position coordinates activities related to National Trust sponsored trainings and webinars, including meeting logistics, registration, speaker and trainer tracking and coordination, and invoice processing. Coordinates responses from the Forum Reference Desk which provides information to preservation leaders. Assists in maintaining the Forum website and producing Forum newsletters and other materials.
The Archtober Coordinator of the Archtober Design Festival works closely with all 60+ partner organizations around the city. Reports to the Lead Archtober Manager and the Communications Director.
The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) seeks a relationship-focused, results-oriented Program Manager to join our small, dynamic, and collaborative team. The Program Manager will coordinate LAF’s student scholarships and leadership programs. The Program Manager plays a critical role in achieving LAF’s goal to cultivate the next generation of design leaders and will interact with some of the leading designers and thinkers in landscape architecture and related professions. The full-time, 40 hour/week position is located in Washington, DC.