HCWDC Seeks Director of Grants and Special Projects

Position Available: Humanities Council of Washington, DC

Director of Grants and Special Projects

Duties include:

Administering the HCWDC Grants Program as well as grantee outreach, developing and maintaining a DC Ward-based Humanities Network, contributing to HCWDC fundraising and promotional materials, assisting in the drafting, editing and dissemination of press releases and other communications to media outlets, list-serves, internet groups and DC residents.

For more information, view their JOB POSTING.

To Apply:

Please send (email or mail) a cover letter, a resume, and a writing sample (a paragraph about any aspect of DC’s history, culture or contemporary issues) by October 19, 2010 to:

Human Resources Department

HR@wdchumanities.org

Humanities Council of Washington, DC

925 U St., NW
Washington, DC 20001

NO CALLS PLEASE

The Humanities Council of Washington, DC is an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities and celebrates 30 years of service to Washington. Its mission is to transform lives and build community through the power of the Humanities. The Humanities Council of Washington, DC began in 1980 as a grant making agency and has grown to become both a funder of community projects and producer of programs, ensuring that public education in the Humanities reaches diverse audiences across wards, neighborhoods, and cultures. HCWDC is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer with a small core staff that values collaboration, creativity and flexibility in the work-place.

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Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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