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We are looking for:
We couldn’t do the things we do without the awesome sponsorships and partnerships we have with other community groups and companies. If you are someone who loves being connected to everything, and in the know about what other groups in the city are doing, this would be the best position for you. As Sponsorship Director, you will get to wine and dine the sponsors who help us out the most and always be on the look out for others than can support us.
Design Impact Team:
AIGA has a commitment to public good, social impact, and civic engagement by demonstrating design’s problem-solving value while reinforcing AIGA’s leadership and influence. The Community Committee identifies opportunities where we can show up in the Indianapolis community and make and impact or educated others about the value of design. We do that through events like Design thinking for Kids, GUTS, and group discussions about neighborhood issues. If you’re constantly looking around you and thinking about how design can make this city a better place, this is the right committee for you.
Currently Looking for:
GUTS, Pumpkin Carving Contest-Lead
Design Ability Team:
Creatives of all types need to continually learn their craft and how to develop professionally. AIGA wants to be a resource for our members trying to grow in different ways. We hope to create conversation amongst members and hot topics through round tables, inspire new goals by hearing speakers, and introduce them to the right people with studio tours. In addition to those, this committee is responsible for always thinking about how AIGA can be a better resource to our members as they grow in their career. If you’re interested in raising the bar of design for Indianapolis, this is the right committee for you.
Currently looking for:
General Committee Team member
General Volunteers are most often needed at events in the areas of registration, preparation of give-away materials, ushering, and light food service. Generally, you are asked to arrive an hour before the presentation begins, you’re introduced to your fellow volunteers, and you get to work on setting up the event. At show time, you’re on your own to enjoy the presentation.