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Winooski Middle School / Gowri Savoor, Teaching Artist


We're Hiring
We are seeking an entrepreneurial professional with organizational advancement chops who will play a major role in helping to execute the Lab’s vision, strengthen the business and fundraising operations, and work closely with the Executive Director and Engagement Director to shape strategies for achieving greater impact. 
This role is a fit for you if…
  • You believe in the transformative power of creativity, innate in all people, and in its flexibility to be guided into activities that create lasting change. 
  • You have a successful track record designing and managing fundraising campaigns to generate and sustain giving and sponsorships from major donors, businesses, foundations and individuals.
  • You have an extensive social and professional network in Vermont developed over at least five years of work in a leadership position with a Vermont organization.

The Opportunity of Crisis:

A Time to Creatively Reimagine Vermont

Photo: Ember Photography
Photo: EmberPhoto
In this op-ed, the Community Engagement Lab's co-founders, Eric Booth and Paul Gambill, propose an ambitious plan for using Vermont's teaching artists to help build the future we want and need. 
Teaching artists can play a vital role supporting Vermont’s ongoing social awakening and response to systemic racism and climate change; during and after the pandemic they can build opportunities for processing, healing and affirming who we are and what we stand for.
Read the op-ed here.



We bring people of all ages together in projects that activate their creativity to imagine and build more thriving communities.


   Lead Sponsors  

Bay and Paul Foundations

Hendrickson Family Foundation




41 Summer St.

Montpelier, VT 05602


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