Two new openings: April 2013
Community Capital Seminar Series Producer
In 2013, Seattle Good Business Network is producing CommCap Seattle, a year-long event series designed to educate, connect, and spark dialogue around the emerging field of community capital. The series will explore pioneering efforts and identify the most promising strategies to increase local investment, including community supported enterprises, triple bottom-line banking and credit unions, slow-money investing, cooperatives, lending circles, local investment clubs, direct public offerings, crowdfunding, and more. We seek a part-time, contract project manager to develop and produce CommCap Seattle. This is an excellent opportunity for a self-starting and outgoing project manager with experience and interest in the local economy, community development, and convening events. Application deadline is April 26th. See the full position description and how to apply here (pdf).
Seattle Good Business Network is growing and expects to launch several new programs in 2013. We need a dedicated intern to help us ramp up our fundraising efforts. Our ideal candidate will be someone committed to a career in development, demonstrated interest in local economic development and/or sustainability, and excellent research and organizational skills. Application deadline is April 26th. Full position description and how to apply here (pdf).
If you're interested in other ways of supporting or benefitting from the work of Seattle Good Business Network, there are a variety of ways to get involved:
Become a Member: If you're a local business owner or local economy advocate, and you're excited about joining a vibrant network of other like-minded Seattle area businesses, become a Member! Read more about member benefits.
Partner with us: Seattle has a robust community of people and organizations who care about creating a thriving, sustainable local economy. If you represent a chamber of commerce or other business organization, community or non-profit organization, public utility or municipality, or academic institution, please contact Christine Hanna (christine @ seattlenetwork.org) to discuss partnership possibiities.
Provide a service: If you provide a business service - printing, design, accounting, legal, marketing, etc. - and would like to donate services to a worthy non-profit, we'd love to hear from you! We'll thank and acknowledge your support up, down and sideways. See our growing list of pro bono service providers, then contact Christine Hanna (christine @ seattlenetwork.org) to see how you might help.
Volunteer: If you're interested in what we're doing and have some time and skills to contribute, please contact Christine Hanna (christine @ seattlenetwork.org) to discuss volunteer opportunities.
Donate: Donations are critical to our success. Please see How to Donate, or contact Christine Hanna (christine @ seattlenetwork.org) if you have a special opportunity.