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NCPC 2018 Annual Meeting

Open to all NCPC members, the Annual Meeting focuses on networking and professional development.
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Annual Meeting

What's Your Story?
NCPC Annual Meeting
June 25-27, 2018 | Asheville, NCAsheville skyline

Register by June 15 to get the best pricing!

The Annual Meeting is NCPC's premier networking and professional development event and ALL members are invited and encouraged to attend.

This year we're taking a comprehensive look at communication and storytelling in our professional lives. Whoever your audience is, you'll learn how to develop and deliver powerful narratives -- in person, through your programming, and digitally -- that can help you reach your goals.

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Questions? Contact Susan Heiserman for more information.

NCPC's meetings are funded in part by a grant from South Arts in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, and the North Carolina Arts Council.      

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Sponsorship

We Love Our Sponsors

A very big THANK YOU to our wonderful community of 2017-18 sponsors whose commitment and support drives this organization forward!

Audio & Light | Our State Magazine | Durham Performing Arts Center

Admire Entertainment | AudienceView | Baylin Artists Management | BiCoastal Productions | Cabarrus Arts Council | Gardner Arts Network | goingbarefoot | Jeff Boyer Productions | Kamstar Artist Management | KMP Artists | Kosson Talent | Live Arts and Attractions | Loyd Artists | McGee Entertainment | Music City Artists | Ovation Artist Group | PMG Arts Management | Producers, Inc | SeaSound Entertainment | Siegel Artist Management | SRO Artists | Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts | Sumter Opera House

CAMI Music | The Clayton Center | Ed Keane Associates | NAPAMA | NC State LIVE | The Paramount Theatre

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It's not too late to pledge an annual sponsorship for 2018-19.  Sponsorship commitments begin at only $500, and provide benefits throughout the entire year (July 1-June 30). 

Visit our SPONSORSHIP page for complete information and online enrollment.

Thank you for investing in our success!

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Welcome New and Returning Members

Welcome to this month's new and returning members! We're glad you're here.

Arts Management Associates
A Sign of the Times
Kevin Barbaro Productions
Moonstruck Management
Patrick Bliss Music

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Membership Renewals

Many memberships will be up for renewal now through the summer months. Do you know if yours is one of them?
You can easily check your renewal date using the MEMBER AREA of www.ncpresenters.org.  
The Member Area is located in the black bar at the top of the Home page.  Once you log in, select "Manage/Renew My Membership" from the left menu, then click the DUES tab.
You should receive automated renewal notices, but check the Membership Manager in case they are not reaching you.

For a quick visual tutorial, check out our NCPC Website Walk-Through. 

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Opportunities

Levitt AMP Grant Awards

2019 Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards

The Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation announces an exciting grant opportunity serving small to mid-sized towns and cities across the country. Up to 15 grantees will be awarded $25K each in matching funds to produce their own Levitt AMP [Your City] Music Series­—an outdoor, free concert series featuring a diverse line up of high caliber entertainment for people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy. Online public voting determines the Top 25 finalists. Grant applications open on July 17 and are due by September 25, 2018. For more information, visit www.levittamp.org.

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In Memoriam

Mike SappMichael Sapp, 1954-2018

Mike was a talented lighting, sound, and set designer, teacher, director, and presenter. He was a member of NCPC from the early days and was integral to the development of our organization. As a dear friend and colleague, he will be missed by many.

For those interested, monetary remembrances may be made to the Mike Sapp Memorial Fund c/o Kathy Lukacz of the BCC Foundation, lukaczk@brunswickcc.edu, (910) 755-7473 or by mail, BCC Foundation, P.O. Box 30, Supply, NC 28462.

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DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT

The Development Assistant supports the marketing and development of fundraising programs at The ArtsCenter as well as administrative support within our Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Database, PatronManager. The Development Assistant reports directly to the Development Director. This is a full-time position and entitled to benefits including vacation, holidays and health insurance.

The Assistant will maintain all individual donor records within our CRM and must have a working knowledge of online database systems. This position will work with the Development Director and other staff to develop strategies and oversee implementation of the organization's individual giving program, targeted outreach, cultivation and stewardship. This position is integral to building a renewable and sustainable annual giving program. In addition, this staff member will play a major support role in annual Gala and donor cultivation events.

RESPONSIBILITES

  • Work closely with staff and board to develop and implement a creative and comprehensive plan to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual donors, as well as maintain engagement with current donor base of support
  • Develop solicitation tracking schedules to ensure appropriate, timely solicitation and closure of pledges and asks
  • Develop cultivation strategies to expand and retain the individual donor base at all giving levels and implement plans to identify appropriate gift upgrades
  • Support the execution of individual donor and membership programs, including but not limited to targeted mailings and online appeals for annual giving campaigns, stewardship and special events
  • Maintain and manage donor records and profiles for existing and prospective funders through database analysis
  • Manage and oversee maintenance of database including input of individual records, processing gifts, creating reports and queries.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field
  • Minimum two years related marketing and/or development experience. Prior experience working in non-profit fundraising
  • Demonstrated success in raising funds from individual donors and cultivating relationships
  • Strong special events management experience
  • Detail-oriented, highly organized and efficient. Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines within a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent, clear and compelling writing skills, strong interpersonal communication. Team player with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively
  • Knowledge of and ability to promote appreciation of music, arts and art education and passion for The ArtsCenter’s mission

 

Preferred Candidates would have …

  •         Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, Wordpress, Mailchimp and other email marketing software with the ability to quickly filter data and use mail merge software in Microsoft products
  •         Experience with CRM software and its maintenance. Experience with Salesforce or similar large CRM software is a plus

 

To Apply:  Submit cover letter and resume to:development@artscenterlive.org. No calls please; for more information about the organization go to artscenterlive.org. Interviews will be scheduled after June 30th. The ArtsCenter is an affirmative action / equal opportunity employer. The ArtsCenter is dedicated to building a diverse staff and creating an inclusive multicultural work environment.

2018-06-01:

Bookkeeper|Finance Administrative Assistant: Manages daily financial operations with bill maintenance, recording, reconciling and auditing accounting data. Bookkeeping and financial accounting experience required with proficiency with QuickBooks and MS Excel. This position supports and works directly with Chief Financial Officer [CFO].

Position Start Date: July 9, 2018 (some flexibility w start date)
Job Hours: Full time standard workweek w early Fridays plus full festival weekends three times a year.

Salary: Based upon hours, skill and experience.

How to Apply:
Email: Info@theLEAF.org with Subject “Bookkeeper (or
Engagement) APPLICANT” these 3 items:

  1. Your Resume
  2. Cover Letter w/ 3 References + your video link (see below)
  3. 3 Minute Video addressing:
  • Why would you like to work at LEAF?
  • Why are “Community Arts” important?
  • What skills and passions do you have that you believe will help LEAF’s community work grow and thrive?
  • What is a life goal that aligns with LEAF’s mission?
  • Note: Send a youtube or web link to your video (make sure it is able to be viewed). Video, which can easily be made on a smart phone, is an informal conversation, and ONLY shown to Interview Committee. Videos are assessed on same standards and by presentation and addressing questions. LEAF abides by NC Equal Opportunity Guidelines. Video is one of MANY tools to assess best match for position. Relax and make it easy.


Job Postings may also be found at theLEAF.org/contact-staff

2018-06-01:

Engagement Associate (EA):  Brings expertise in many areas of Development, and supports evolving LEAF’s development methods to effectively elevate Sponsorships, Member/Donor Engagement and Relations, and assists with grant writing. EA helps improve LEAF’s development strategies and technology to be ready to embrace 2020 Vision growth. This position supports and works directly with Development Director [DD].

Position Start Date: July 9, 2018 (some flexibility w start date)
Job Hours: Full time standard workweek w early Fridays plus full festival weekends three times a year.

Salary: Based upon hours, skill and experience.

How to Apply:
Email: Info@theLEAF.org with Subject “Bookkeeper (or
Engagement) APPLICANT” these 3 items:

  1. Your Resume
  2. Cover Letter w/ 3 References + your video link (see below)
  3. 3 Minute Video addressing:
  • Why would you like to work at LEAF?
  • Why are “Community Arts” important?
  • What skills and passions do you have that you believe will help LEAF’s community work grow and thrive?
  • What is a life goal that aligns with LEAF’s mission?
  • Note: Send a youtube or web link to your video (make sure it is able to be viewed). Video, which can easily be made on a smart phone, is an informal conversation, and ONLY shown to Interview Committee. Videos are assessed on same standards and by presentation and addressing questions. LEAF abides by NC Equal Opportunity Guidelines. Video is one of MANY tools to assess best match for position. Relax and make it easy.


Job Postings may also be found at theLEAF.org/contact-staff

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