Harlem Stage Fellowships: $25,000 For 6-Month Commitment

Harlem Stage has received a grant from the New York City Theater Sub-district Council that will enable them to offer six-month general management fellowships with a focus on institutional operations and six-month development fellowships with a focus on Foundation Corporate and Individual fundraising to aspiring arts professionals of color.

Check out the call for applications below!

The Program

Round 3 of the fellowship program will span 6 months, from March 19–September 21, 2018. Each fellow will receive $25,000 for their six-month commitment. If you, or someone you know, would be interested in the program, submission should be sent to: jobsearch@harlemstage.org. “Fellowship” must be indicated in the subject line.

Deadline for round 3 submissions is Monday, January 8, 2018.

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Submissions should include a cover letter, resume and brief essay (500 word max.) describing the candidate’s interests and goals or growth objectives.


The scope of responsibilities will be adjusted on a case-by-case basis, depending on the skill sets the fellow brings to the position and would like to continue to develop, as well as the current needs of the institution.

Deadline: Monday, January 8, 2018, Submit Now

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