The Carnegie is now accepting applications for its Board of Directors
The Carnegie Art Center is seeking volunteer leaders to join its dynamic board of directors to help live out its mission: To be a vibrant community destination that inspires, nurtures, and expands artistic, cultural, and educational experiences.
Board members are actively engaged in organizational governance. Expectations include membership at any level in the Carnegie Art Center, attending monthly board meetings, participating in at least one board committee, supporting CAC sponsored activities, assisting with fundraising endeavors, and helping to cultivate member, donor and community relationships.
Connections in our communities of color, cultural groups, business associations, and area foundations will strengthen our governing board. The Carnegie Art Center Board needs a variety of skills, with a strong emphasis on accounting, legal, fundraising, and marketing expertise. An awareness of and connections to the broader arts community, both geographically and demographically would be beneficial in expanding our audience.
The Nominating Committee is accepting applications from interested CAC members, starting May 9th, 2023; closing on June 6th with final selections by the end of June. New board member reception and induction will be July 11th. The first board meeting of the new fiscal year, July 18th, will include officer elections. Those interested in board service may complete an application by clicking the link below or filling out a paper copy in the office during regular business hours.
The Carnegie Art Center recognizes and values the importance of diversity and inclusion, both to enrich the experience of its volunteers and best support our dynamic community. The Carnegie is committed to attracting and retaining volunteers with varying backgrounds, identities, and skills. The Carnegie is committed to providing equitable access and opportunity without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
The Carnegie Art Center relies on the generous help from volunteers to help it fulfill its mission to serve the local community. Volunteers are needed to serve as docents, gift shop sales, serve on committees and much more. If you are interested in volunteering at the Carnegie Art Center fill out the form below and someone will reach out to you.