Monthly Archives: August 2015

Job Posting: Development Assistant at Brooklyn Jesuit Prep

Development/Administration Assistant

Reports directly to President and undertakes any tasks assigned by President.

Daily responsibilities include maintaining and updating donor database; generating donor acknowledgment letters; processing gifts and handling returned mail.

Assists with planning and execution of events for fundraising, donor cultivation and administration annual spring gala, board meetings, and foundation/donor visits.

Assists in the creation of the annual report including gathering data, writing text, and locating photos as well as managing production of same.

Assists President in her communication with donors and general public. Coordinates communication between sponsors and sponsored students. Handles logistics for major mailings. Writes and edits newsletters, e-blasts, program brochures and flyers. Helps maintain and update BJP social media including website.

Conducts fundraising research and drafts grant proposals and request letters.

Assists with bookkeeping and accounting tasks including but not limited to the following: entering data into QuickBooks, preparing bank deposits in accordance with Financial Procedures Manual, making bank deposits, and assisting with bill paying.

Supports the President and Principal with a range of diverse aspects of office and building management tasks and provides clerical support to administration as needed;

Assists with creating and maintaining development and administration files.
Responsible for taking photos at events and organizing photo files.


Excellent writing, communication, organizational and interpersonal skills

Self-directed, highly motivated and detail oriented with strong time management skills

Proficiency in Microsoft word and excel.

Passion for the mission of Brooklyn Jesuit Prep

Available to work some evenings and weekends as required

Preferred experience: event planning and development in an educational setting

Bachelor’s degree is required


Compensation: Salary is commensurate with experience. This is an entry level position.

Benefits Package: Includes paid holidays, vacation and sick days, medical insurance and optional 401(K) plan. Housing is available.

Applications will be accepted through September 10, 2015. Interested candidate should email a cover letter and resume to


Entry level position


New position with strong potential for growth





Master’s College Fall Soiree

Master’s College Fall Soiree: Join the GSAS Master’s College, the Master’s College Program Board, and the Master’s College Alumni Association as we kick off the academic year with a wine and cheese reception on Friday, September 18, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at the Rosenthal Pavilion, Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South. To RSVP, email with your name and the name of this event.

Paid Gallery Internship

Eric Firestone Gallery is seeking highly motivated interns for its New York City space. Interns will work on a small team in a fast-paced setting, assisting in daily operations and working independently on specific projects as needed.  We are looking for interns who are organized, detail-oriented, and eager to learn about art business. Applicants must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and a professional demeanor.  The major responsibilities of this internship include maintaining the gallery’s archive and helping with scholarship on the contemporary artists, historic estates, and archives that we work with.
This is a paid internship. Candidates should be willing to commit to at least two days per week (Tuesday-Saturday) beginning in September and continuing through December.
Please send a resume and cover letter to internships [at] ericfirestonegallery [dot] com.

Don’t miss the Draper Program Orientation!

You’ll meet all the Program faculty and learn more about about their classes (we predict you will find them quite inspiring), you’ll meet current students, and you’ll discover new opportunities for making academic and social connections within Draper and at NYU. You’ll also hear a few very important suggestions from the Program’s director.

And because we firmly believe that every new school year should be inaugurated with a party, after Orientation we’ll decamp to the Draper Program offices at 14 University Place for our Fall Semester Fiesta.

We look forward to seeing you!

Draper Program Orientation
Thursday, August 27, 6:00pm
5 Washington Place, Room 101
(between Mercer Street and Broadway)

Party to follow at the Draper Program offices
14 University Place
(between 8th Street and Washington Mews)
Draper Fall 15 Orientation

Adjunct Instructor Seeking Roommate – Kensington

Draper Students – are you in search of an apartment share? Erin Heiser, adjunct instructor at NYU Liberal Studies, is looking for a roommate.

Full Details Here