May 7, 2008

[JOB] J.U.i.C.E. seeks Grant Writer

J.U.i.C.E. is Seeking a Part Time Grant Writer

J.U.i.C.E. is a hip-hop focused youth, arts and education
organization. We are a project of Community Partners, a 501(c)(3)
organization. J.U.i.C.E. opened in 2001 and continues to operate every
Thursday during after-school and evening hours. We provide the
facilities, equipment, and training necessary for young people to
develop and expand skills in the artistic elements of the hip hop
culture: breakdancing, mural art, deejaying, and emceeing as well as
in music recording. Youth of all ages are invited to attend and all
programs are free.

The mission of J.U.i.C.E. (Justice by Uniting in Creative Energy) is
to address the root causes of juvenile crime and of youths' need for
belonging by providing a safe center run by and for young people,
focused on skill building in the arts surrounding hip-hop culture:
word, music, art, and dance.

We are seeking a part time consultant who will be responsible for
assisting the Executive Director in writing and developing grant
proposals; preparing all grant application materials and helping
identify new granting opportunities.

Proven track record of successful grant writing and fundraising.
Experience working with non-profit organizations that focus on youth,
arts, education and juvenile justice. A responsible and resourceful
individual who is detail oriented and has superior organizational
skills. Knowledge of hip-hop culture and/or juvenile justice issues a

Minimum 4 year degree or equivalent experience preferred.

$30 to $40/hour, based on experience, for 12 hours a month.

Please email cover letter and resume to by June
1, 2008. Include "J.U.i.C.E. Grant Writer" in the subject line. Attach
any relevant materials such as list of grants received and amounts and
at least 2 references. No phone calls please. |

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