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Ever wonder how to get in the door for an interview, navigate organizational politics, or help open doors to arts management jobs for others?

The Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP) of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance is offering Professional Development Intensives March 14 and 15th and March 21 and 22nd that include a range of topics of critical concern to aspiring arts administrators, particularly those of color. Participation is free, but space is limited.

As each session is designed to carry-over from the previous day, participants must attend the two consecutive days of the intensive they register for. For a fuller experience, participants may sign up for both weekend intensives. To take advantage of this opportunity, please email David D. Mitchell at the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance to reserve a space:

Intensive Dates and Content:

March 14 and 15
Friday 5:00pm – 9:00pm and Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm

CV/Resume Review and Interviewing Training facilitated by Doreen Bolger
Soft Skills Training/ Team Building facilitated by Kristina Berdan
Soft Skills Training/ Group dynamics facilitated by Kristina Berdan

March 21 and 22
Friday 5:00pm – 9:00pm and Saturday 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Interviewing Training and Work Place Etiquette/ Image facilitated by Cash Hester
Community Engagement Training “Effective tools facilitated by Kibibi Ajanku
Grant Writing – “Nuts and Bolts” facilitated by Cynthia Hypki

Humanim – American Brewery 5th Floor
1701 N Gay St, Baltimore, Maryland 21213

What is the Urban Arts Leadership Program?

UALP diversifies and strengthens administrative leadership in arts organizations by connecting emerging arts administrators to resources and professional development that will help position them as leaders. The Program will provide information, training, and help participants develop new and expanded networks. It is open to all participants with a particular focus on serving emerging leaders of color.

UALP is a program of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance. The development of UALP has been guided by community input and the participation of more than 30 administrators from partnering arts organizations. The UALP Professional Development Intensives are an immediate response to the needs of emerging arts professionals in Baltimore.

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