To be eligible, an individual must:
be a Connecticut resident;
be employed at a Connecticut non-profit arts organization; and
have a minimum of two (2) years and no more than ten (10) years of experience in the arts field.
Fellowships are non-matching awards of $2,500. There is no predetermined number of Fellowships to be awarded. The Connecticut Office of the Arts determines the number of Fellowships awarded.
May 1, 2019 – April 30, 2020
Funds may be used towards costs directly related to professional development activities that take place within the funding period, including but not limited to:
Tuition or registration fees for workshops, conferences, and trainings;
Fees to work directly with a consultant or career coach; and
Travel and hotel costs associated with attending a workshop, conference or training.
Funding to offset applicant’s regular salary or wages;
Funding to offset general operating costs of the applicant’s affiliated arts organization;
Costs incurred outside the funding period.
HOW TO APPLY:
Prepare a Word document and include the following information:
Applicant Information: Include full name, title, affiliated arts organization and contact information.
Activity Description: Provide a brief description of each professional development activity you wish to undertake. If requesting multiple activities, please list in priority order. Description should include specific information on service provider, date, location, and cost for each activity. (75-word maximum for each activity)
Proposed Impact: Describe how each activity will help you advance your career as an arts administrator. (200-word maximum)
Required Attachments: Applicant’s resume and one (1) letter of recommendation from applicant’s affiliated arts organization.
Send email with attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The subject of the email should read 2019 MAHAFFEY FELLOWSHIP: Your Name. You will receive a confirmation email.
Applications are due March 29, 2019 by 5:30 pm.
Contact Rhonda F. Olisky via email at email@example.com
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