DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR | The St. John’s Boys’ Choir
The Development Director (Full Time) will strategize, coordinate, manage, and execute development, public relations, and marketing activities for The St. John’s Boys’ Choir, allowing the organization to achieve the financial sustainability necessary to meet the artistic, cultural, and educational needs of the community. Essential to the role is the cultivation and nurturing of new and lasting donor relationships. A new and full-time position in our organization, the Development Director will have the opportunity to help build our development functions. This position reports to the Executive Director.

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Review of applications will begin on May 1 and continue until the position is filled.

2019 Camp Instructors and Interns | GREAT Theatre
GREAT is hiring mature, responsible, friendly, caring, and creative individuals who are capable of leading, directing, and encouraging children of all ages, abilities, and cultures ages 4-18. Camp instructors are responsible for creating a fun and nurturing learning environment that truly engages campers! Instructors should be self-starters who are positive, full of initiative, and have critical thinking skills. Must be comfortable interacting with children and parents, and pass a background check. 
GREAT’s Child Safety Policy requires that each camp is to be taught by two adults of legal age (18 and above). We encourage students in grades 8-12 to apply for our Summer Internship Program!
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Digital Arts Mentor | Boys and Girls Club of Central MN
Under general supervision of the Unit Director, the Digital Arts Mentor is responsible for the development, direction and management of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota’s Youth Digital Arts program, including digital music, video production and photography. The Digital Arts Mentor will design and implement a rich digital music production program focused on youth-designed music and relevant pop culture styles and themes, as well as video production and photography. The Digital Arts Mentor will shape the program with active, real-time influence and input of youth participants on program content and approach. Programming must hold youth to high expectations, provide hands-on skill building with current, professional technology, engage key stakeholders and culminate with high-profile public events.

The Digital Arts Mentor has demonstrated knowledge of Apple products, including Garage Band and other video and photography editing apps on apple, use of midi keyboards and other audio engineering equipment.
Part-time, hourly, 20 hours per week Three days per week during Club programs, Monday through Friday, 3 - 9 p.m. during school year & noon – 6 p.m. during summer
Hourly wage is $13.95

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