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LinkedIn can be a great resource for job seekers since it is essentially a Google/search engine for recruiters. Many recruiters will use LinkedIn to search for new candidates and you want to ensure that you show up in their search results. But don’t stop there; having a profile isn’t always enough. You’ll want to stay…

NYFA Inducts Nina Yankowitz, Donna Uchizono, and Rockefeller Capital Management into its Hall of Fame at Annual Benefit

NYFA’s spring gala celebrated artists and arts patrons. On Wednesday, April 3, NYFA’s annual Hall of Fame Benefit brought over 300 artists, art patrons, arts professionals, and arts lovers together at Gotham Hall in Manhattan in celebration of the arts, inducting Visual Artist Nina Yankowitz, Choreographer Donna Uchizono, and Patron of the Arts Rockefeller Capital…

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Advice for Finding Jobs in the Arts from New NYFA Coach Mary-kate Grohoski

As Sales Manager at NYFA Classifieds, Grohoski offers insights to job seekers on how to navigate their search in the age of AI. We’re pleased to add Mary-kate Grohoski, Sales Manager, NYFA Classifieds, to our NYFA Coaching roster! Grohoski enjoys sharing information about job seekers’ rights and demystifying Application Tracking Systems (ATS). As a NYFA…

2024 Emerging Leaders cohort pictured at the NYFA Office

Announcing: 2024 Emerging Leaders Program Cohort

Congratulations and welcome to the newest cohort of participants in NYFA’s intensive professional development program for arts administrators! New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)’s intensive professional development program for arts administrators returns! Last offered in 2020, we are pleased to announce the participants in the 2024 cohort of our Emerging Leaders Program, made possible…