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Job Opportunity with 4elements

Youth Internship

Cultural and Recreational Programs Assistant: Youth Internship

$17.31/hr. for 52 weeks.  Start date:  March 15, 2015

Location: Kagawong

Want to be part of an exciting organization that delivers innovative cultural programming? Want to develop skills and build experience in social enterprise, the arts, and cultural recreation?

Join 4elements living arts.

We’re seeking a bright, creative young person.
Training will be provided; and assistance in finding housing for off-Island applicants will be provided.

Duties:
• Assist in co-ordination of cultural and recreational programs
• Networking; communications; maintenance of website and social media sites
• Support of social enterprise activities
• Support of grant-writing/revenue generation activities

Requirements:
• Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
• College or university training in: events management, marketing, arts admin, CESD, and/or social enterprise
• Recently finished a post-secondary degree/diploma
• A vehicle is required

Deadline: 5:00 pm April 15, 2015

c/o  Sophie Edwards
705/282-0444
sophie@4elementslivingarts.org
www.4elementslivingarts.org

Funded by Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation

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Revenue Development – March 1st

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Manitoulin Resilience Roster

March 1st, 10-4pm
Mindemoya, Location TBA

Revenue Development - Full Day

Workshop description: Where can we find revenue to achieve our goals, beyond grants and government funding?  Bring information about your most cherished project with you to this one-day workshop, and after a run-down of non-government funding streams we'll work together to identify the ones that may be of most use to you.  You'll leave with at least one new idea to secure funding, and the tools you'll need to start work right away to achieve results.  Oh, and we'll have fun, too!
Anne Frost teaches Revenue Development (aka fundraising) to arts management students at Humber College and the University of Toronto.  She lived and worked in Grey County for the decade 2002-12 with small urban/rural arts organizations, and understands how vital a role they play for our sector and our society.

Registration is Open for this Event! Click Here!

 

Excel Training (Full Day) – March 25th

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Manitoulin Resilience Roster

March 25th, 10-4pm @ Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute
374 HWY 551, M'Chigeeng

Excel at Excel Part II

Do you have a small business and don't know much about bookkeeping, don't have accounting software but do have Microsoft Excel? This workshop is for you. Learn to invoice your customers, track receipts, inventory and many other tips and tricks.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could do your bookkeeping using a flexible tool (Microsoft Excel). If that sounds interesting, read on.

A Powerful Reporting Solution Create your own chart of accounts, budget, track revenue and expenses, produce financial statements. No experience previous required. This is a hands on workshop. Bring your computer with MS Excel installed.

Presented by Pam Jackson, Gnusystems

Learn the important basics to developing Excel worksheets to manage project budgets and keep your funds tickety-boo. Pam has years of experience as a professional bookkeeper and consultant, and works with several Island non-profit organizations, including 4elements Living Arts.

Registration is Open for this Event! Click Here!

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