Smith Center for Healing and the Arts is currently searching for an exceptional, full-time, Development Manager who will help facilitate the success of the organization’s development related activities.
For more information, read the full job description linked below:
To Apply: Please send your resume with cover letter explaining why you want to work at Smith Center as well as why specifically we should consider your application for the Development Manager position (maximum 2 pages). Send all materials to Deputy Director Michelle Clermont at: Michelle@smithcenter.org
Internships at Smith Center for Healing and the Arts offer the opportunity to develop leadership and professional skills and gain valuable nonprofit experience, all while contributing to the mission to serve the needs of individuals affected by cancer. Interns will be placed in a focus area, where they will work closely with mentors and managers as valuable members of the Smith Center team. In addition to day-to-day responsibilities, interns will have the opportunity to take part in Smith Center programming, receive formal training, and share in community-building activities with a cohort of peers. Smith Center for Healing and the Arts seeks individuals who are able to earn academic credit for their internship through an accredited academic institution.
Interested in an internship with Smith Center?
Applications and resumes are accepted on a rolling basis, in multiple departments including Cancer Support Programs, Development, Finance & Operations, Gallery, and Social Work (MSW students only). For information on available internships, search for “Smith Center for Healing and the Arts” on Handshake.
You may also send your resume and a brief note on which department(s) you are interested in working with to firstname.lastname@example.org.