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Executive Director

Shunpike’s Board of Directors now invites qualified candidates interested in applying for the position of Executive Director to submit a resume and cover letter outlining their interest in, and qualifications for, the position to employment@shunpike.org. Cover letters should not exceed one page in length and must include salary requirements. Both documents should be submitted in .doc or .pdf format. Priority consideration will be given to applications received before February 1, 2016.

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The Board anticipates that in-person interviews will be held in Seattle in early-mid February. Candidates from outside the Seattle area will be responsible for any personal travel arrangements related to an interview.

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

Internship Opportunities

Shunpike has various opportunities for those that would like to learn more about working in arts administration in a fast-paced nonprofit organization. Shunpike’s internships are typically project-based and last at least 3 months.

Shunpike has worked with graduate and undergraduate interns, as well as those not currently in a degree program. All should feel welcome to apply!

To apply, send a cover letter with your specific proposal and a recent resume to programs[at]shunpike.org.

Volunteer Opportunities

There are currently no volunteer opportunities available.

“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