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Job Opportunities

There are currently no openings available at this time.

Shunpike is an equal employment opportunity employer and encourages all applicants. No phone calls, please.

Internship Opportunities
Shunpike is looking for two bright and driven individuals to support Shunpike’s efforts during fall and winter in Development and Marketing.

Development Track: One intern will be working with Shunpike in strategizing, planning, and executing our current development plan and fundraising campaigns including GOLDEN, our annual gala, happening in October, and End of Year campaign.

Marketing Track: One intern will provide support in marketing and communication efforts. Responsibilities include maintaining Shunpike’s social media accounts, creating and sending out newsletters, and updating website content.

If you or someone you know wants to further their experience in nonprofit administration career, please send a cover letter indicating your desired track and a brief resumé to corey@shunpike.org.

Volunteer Opportunities

Want to support the independent arts community? Volunteer at GOLDEN 2016, Shunpike’s Annual gala! This year marks our 15th Anniversary with an evening of performances, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and a glittering array of auction items, all to benefit Shunpike and the independent arts community!
Volunteers will be working alongside staff to provide support in a variety of areas during the event. In return, volunteers get free admission to the event, food, and the option to participate in the silent and live auctions.

When: October 7, 2016 7:30pm – 11pm
Where: Town Hall Seattle – 1119 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Sign Up Here!

“Interning at Shunpike was a great experience for me from the start. The knowledgeable staff created an office environment that is both productive and fun. Each member of the team believes in Shunpike’s mission and works tirelessly to achieve it. And, because the office is smaller, everyone has a chance to contribute and be a part of the team. I would definitely recommend this internship to anyone interested in non-profit arts administration. There’s no better place to learn.”

– Erika Manderscheid, Duke University graduate