We are currently accepting applications for Education Programs Manager and Spring 2020 internships.

Education Programs Manager

The DC Collaborative believes that the arts and humanities are central to the education of every student. A community-based partnership organization, now more than 120 members strong, the DC Collaborative works to promote quality arts and humanities education for all DC public and public charter schools. Working with our members, the DC Collaborative produces such exemplary programs as Arts and Humanities for Every Student and the Any Given Child DC Collective Impact initiative.

The Education Programs Manager works closely with the Deputy Director of Community Engagement and the Executive Director to support the daily activities necessary to run a small non-profit. The Education Programs Manager is the primary contact for the Arts and Humanities for Every Student (AHFES) program for cultural institution and practitioner providers and serves in this capacity for special partnership projects and professional development initiatives. The Education Programs Manager assists with the implementation of specific responsibilities as follows:

Arts and Humanities for Every Student (AHFES) (60%)

The Education Programs Manager oversees the relationships with the cultural institutions and individual members participating in the Arts and Humanities for Every Student (AHFES) program. Tasks include, but are not limited to:

AHFES Providers

  • Cultivate and manage relationships with AHFES Providers, (organizations and individual members participating in the AHFES program)
  • Oversee program collection process and quality review for AHFES Providers
  • Oversee communications to AHFES Providers regarding program timelines and policies
  • Distribute and track Memorandums of Understanding 

Registration Management

  • Update the AHFES Online Catalogue and Feature Pages for the tri-annual AHFES Lottery periods
  • Work with Manager of School Partnerships to assign lottery registrations in an equitable manner
  • Ensure that program registrations are reported to AHFES Providers and school partners in an accurate and timely manner

School Outreach and Policies

  • Work closely with the School Partnerships Manager in policy updates/ enforcement, drafting and editing program collateral, online catalogues, and brochures
  • Work closely with the School Partnerships Manager to coordinate logistics and create meeting content for AHFES educator and provider orientation sessions

Programming Committee

  • Serve as the primary contact for the Programming Committee
  • Utilize committee to assist in architecting and maintaining a quality review process for AHFES programs
  • Work with Committee Co-chairs to manage committee calendar, establish committee goals and organize meeting content

Program Assessment

  • Work with Assessment/ Evaluation Consultant to design and analyze assessment instruments and provide feedback to AHFES Providers
  • Oversee program assessment coordinators:
    • communications and tracking survey responses from post-trip surveys to students and teachers 
    • drafting analytics reports from data garnered  from post-trip surveys to students and teachers 
    • work with Executive Director to monitor HR policies and payroll for program assessment coordinators
  • Track registration numbers, statistics, and other data for budgeting, development, and impact reporting

Program Budget

  • Work with Deputy Director of Community Engagement to draft program budgets and monitor expenditures.

Transportation

  • Work closely with the Manager of School Partnerships to coordinate transportation for AHFES field-trips
  • Work with Deputy Director of Community Engagement to negotiate rates with local bus companies/vendors

Special Partnership Programs (25%)

  • Work with various stakeholders to develop infrastructure to support collaborations, such as separate outreach, registration processes and policies, and assessment procedures

Professional Development (10%)

  • Work with Deputy Director of Community Engagement and Any Given Child DC Capacity Building Committee to execute Professional Development Institutes and other Professional Development workshops and convenings for the arts and humanities education community or practice

Intern Management (5%)

  • Ensure interns have a high quality learning experience and projects relevant to their portfolio goals

Other duties as assigned.

Essential Qualifications

  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and administrative skills
  • Obsessive attention to detail and ability to focus in an open-office setting
  • Ability to work on multiple and concurrent projects
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, G-suite, and Adobe Creative Suite
  • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in an arts administration, museum studies, business or comparable field

Preferred Qualifications

  • 1-3 years experience in a non-profit arts or humanities setting
  • Prior experience with DC Public and Public Charter Schools
  • Working knowledge of HTML and website applications
  • A graduate degree in an arts administration, museum studies, business or comparable field

To Apply

  • Please submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@dccollaborative.org indicating "Education Programs Manager" in the subject line of your email.

Status: Full Time Exempt Salaried Position
Compensation: $40,000-$45,000
Benefits: After 90 day probationary period, DC Collaborative offers an excellent benefit package including 100% employer paid medical, dental and life insurance, paid vacation and optional 1 day a week telecommute opportunities as well as extended time off around certain holidays and in the summer.

The DC Collaborative is an E.O.E. and operates in accordance with Section 504 of the Civil Rights Handbook, Civil Rights Office, National Endowment for the Arts.

DC Residents Encouraged to Apply
 


Spring 2020 Internships

The DC Collaborative believes that the arts and humanities are central to the education of every student. A community-based partnership organization, now more than 120 members strong, the DC Collaborative works to promote quality arts and humanities education for all DC public and public charter schools. Working with our partners, the DC Collaborative produces such exemplary programs as Arts and Humanities for Every Student, Professional Development and Collective Impact initiatives.

Interns are involved in providing support to DC Collaborative staff, as pertaining to our programmatic, communications, membership, and developmental needs, as well as working to support the daily activities necessary to manage a small non-profit.  Internships can be specialized in the following areas or any combination thereof:

Communications

  • Assist with creation of e-newsletter, press releases and other online communications
  • Conduct research on arts, humanities, and education related trends. Distribute articles and information related to DC Collaborative areas of interest on various media platforms
  • Develop content for our Story Bank Blog
  • Develop, post and track content on our social media platforms
  • Other duties as assigned

Programming

  • Assist with online registration and database maintenance for the Arts and Humanities for Every Student (AHFES) field-trip program
  • Design, edit and proof online AHFES Catalogue pages for each participant in the AHFES program
  • Process and document School Partnership Agreements, Memorandum of Understanding and other materials to prepare for program implementation
  • Coordinate with teachers and organization contacts to ensure timely/ accurate reminders, updates, and communications regarding field-trips/ professional development workshops
  • Compile and analyze program and survey reports; Synthesize information to complete statistical briefings for DC Collaborative programs
  • Other duties as assigned

Membership and Collective Impact Initiatives

  • Identify potential organizational partnerships and design an outreach strategy for prospective members
  • Assist with the FY20 Membership renewal campaign- Including updating the Membership database and tracking membership dues
  • Assist in updating and drafting membership feature pages on our website
  • Help draft and edit our monthly newsletter
  • Help schedule and organize membership convenings including: our quarterly Members Meeting, Any Given Child DC convenings, topic sessions and other workshops/ networking events
  • Assist with data collection, analysis and database maintenance for our Collective Impact Initiative, Any Given Child DC
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Qualifications

  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and administrative skills
  • Attention to detail and ability to focusin an open office setting
  • Ability to work on multiple and concurrent projects
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, G-suite and Adobe Creative Suite

Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior internship experience in a non-profit setting
  • Prior experience with DC Public and Public Charter Schools
  • Working knowledge of HTML or website applications

TO APPLY

Please submit a resume, cover letter and brief writing sample to jobs@dccollaborative.org indicating "Spring 2020 Internship Application" in the subject line of your email.

Status: Intern/Volunteer part-time
Hours: Monday-Friday; 10-25 hours per week; flexible schedule
Compensation: Unpaid, Transportation stipend of up to $500

The DC Collaborative is an E.O.E. and operates in accordance with Section 504 of the Civil Rights Handbook, Civil Rights Office, National Endowment for the Arts.

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Contact

Mailing: 975 F Street, NW
Location: 923 F Street, NW, #303
Washington, DC 20004
P: 202.470.6467
info@dccollaborative.org

The DC Collaborative is a FY19 Service Organization grant recipient of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

The DC Collaborative is proud to receive a grant for its Collective Impact work supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.