We’re Hiring! Code/Art is looking for Talent on a Part-Time basis…

Programs Manager (part-time)

Reporting to the Director of Education, the Programs Manager is responsible for managing and expanding Code/Art’s after school CodeHER Clubs and educational workshops.

Work will include: setting up new after school CodeHER programs; working with community partners; writing partnership agreements; and interviewing, hiring and managing teaching instructors and classroom volunteers. 

What You Will Do

  • Set up new after school CodeHER programs
    • Work with Community Partners
    • Write Partnership agreements
    • Interview, hire and train lead instructors, TAs, and volunteers
  • Oversee all CodeHER program sites
  • Work with Director of Education, Intern Coordinator, and other Code/Art volunteers and contractors to plan and execute training sessions for instructors and volunteers
  • Work closely with Director of Education on program content
  • Work with Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) on promotional materials
  • Work with Volunteer Coordinator to place volunteers
  • Supervise program coordinator(s) and instructors and volunteers not directly reporting to a coordinator
  • Work with partners such as Girl Scouts Tropical Florida (GSTF) and FIU School of Computing & Information Sciences (SCIS) to plan and execute both Professional Development courses and student coding workshops
  • Regularly update constituent biographic information, tables, and eliminate duplicate records.

The Programs Manager must embrace the mission of Code/Art. We want to talk to you if you…

  • Are passionate about empowering girls.
  • Enjoy working with young people (grades 4-college)
  • Possess the skills to work with and motivate staff, program coordinators, instructors, and volunteers.
  • Have the desire and drive to build external relationships with community partners.
  • Are organized and exhibit “follow through” on tasks and goals.
  • Are a self-starter and able to work in a flexible work environment.
  • Have strong interpersonal and writing skills.
  • Have knowledge and experience in organizing activities for girls between 4 and 12 years old.
  • Have a background in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math)
  • Have a positive attitude, show concern for people and the community, demonstrate presence, self-confidence, common sense, and good listening abilities.
  • Have a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Have 2+ years program management experience.
  • Interested in making the world a better place!
  • Able to work 15-20 hours/week

To apply, email your resume to [email protected].

Associate Development Director (part-time)

Reporting to the Development Director, the Associate Development Director plans, organizes, and executes Code/Art’s fundraising efforts, including small to medium gift programs, the annual fund, planned giving, special events, and capital campaigns. In addition, the Associate Development Director will assist in meeting the annual and campaign fundraising goals and all fundraising efforts. S/he will also handle back office fundraising activities, and work closely with the Executive Team. 

What You Will Do

  • For Give Miami Day, manage all aspects – social media campaigns, mailing lists, promotional materials such as graphic designs, videos and gifs – and achieve target donor goals – number and total – to enable successful attainment of fundraising targets.
  • Expand annual fundraising plan to add multiple scaled campaigns for the organization.
  • Act as steward for the organization by completing reach-outs to donors, such as thank yous, annual event calendars, updates on Code/Art, alumnae centric materials, and/or potential prospects.
  • Create communication materials, including mass communications to donors.  Plan and organize diverse activities for Code/Art’s events, all in an organized manner in conjunction with Development Director. Prioritize tasks to keep workflow of events running effectively.
  • Assist the Development Director with his/her daily tasks such as meetings, presentations, organization of events, logistics, invitations, and overseeing tasks assigned.
  • Maintain accurate data of donor information and donor activity in Code/Art’s technology tool, updating data accordingly.
  • Input, monitor and manage Code/Art’s donor management system and its components.
  • Provide support to the Development Director, as assigned.

The Associate Development Director must embrace the mission of Code-Art.  We want to talk to you if you…

  • Have a Bachelor’s degree in related field and 1-3 years of experience in relevant field.
  • Are dependable and flexible in meeting your priorities.
  • Are Self-motivated and driven to perform different tasks.
  • Have a positive outlook, show concern for people and the community.
  • Demonstrate presence, self-confidence, judgment, and good listening abilities.
  • Have strong professional interpersonal skills.
  • Are proficient with Microsoft Office and Google products.
  • Are experienced in donor management systems, as a plus.
  • Demonstrate Analytical and Problem Solving skills, with appropriate creativity skills when warranted.
  • Able to work 15-20 hours/week

To apply, email your resume to [email protected].

Development Director (20-30 hours/week)

Reporting to the CEO, the Development Director is responsible for Code/Art’s fundraising efforts, including major gift programs, annual fund, planned giving, special events, grant proposals, and capital campaigns. The Development Director will work closely with the CEO, the Board of Directors, and other departments to meet annual and campaign fundraising goals and to provide clear communication about development of all fundraising efforts.

What You Will Do

  • Set overall fundraising goals for corporate partners, foundations, and high net worth donors.
  • Develop and lead the execution of fundraising goals for corporate, foundation, and high net worth donors.
  • Create and Manage pipeline of potential donors to secure new revenue and retain existing donors.
  • Drive engagement of Code/Art partnership opportunities to the community at large through awareness and value campaigns.
  • Collaborate with grant writers to create content for proposals related to fundraising for the organization.
  • Manage and Grow relationships with key partners and funders.
  • Create a list of potential corporate, foundation, and high net worth partners and sponsors with action plans for outreach that communicate Code/Art’s value.
  • Develop new revenue streams for partners and donors to expand their investment in Code/Art’s mission.
  • Manage relationships with key stakeholders and funders to ensure sufficient resources and services to support program delivery.
  • Develop and implement new processes and systems to increase program scalability and increased quality while improving partner experience and growing partner engagements.
  • Create targeted industry lists; analyze and put together value targets for those industries, as potential large donors / funders.
  • Facilitate discovery and pitch meetings for the CEO and his / her team that s/he can use with corporations.
  • Prepare presentation decks, agreements/contracts and assets/deliverables for partners.
  • Collaborate closely with Marketing to build multifaceted, supportive marketing materials.
  • Set up a plan for communication with past donors and prospective donors. Outreach to donors and follow up, with action steps. Reach out to prospects in a high touch manner during life events, for program awareness and for contributions.
  • Develop and execute an ongoing plan of discovery and correspondence with Code/Art alumnae.
  • Ensure that all donor data are accurately represented in our technology tools.
  • Set goals for and lead the Associate Development Director and ensure that they are performing
    at the highest possible level. Create mechanisms for feedback on day to day work and on meeting or exceeding work deliverables.
  • Report out to CEO or Code/Art Board, as appropriate on progress of fundraising
  • Able to work 20-30 hours/week

The Director of Development must embrace the mission of Code/Art. We want to talk to you if you…

  • Have demonstrably strong interpersonal and writing skills.
  • Have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years in professional fundraising.
  • Have knowledge and experience in successful fundraising techniques, particularly in major gift fundraising.
  • Possess the skills to work with and motivate staff, board members, and other volunteers.
  • Show the desire and drive to build external relationships.
  • Are a “self-starter” and goal driven to initiate donor visits and fundraising calls.
  • Demonstrate organizational skills and exhibit “follow through” on tasks and goals.
  • Have a positive outlook and show concern for people and the community.
  • Demonstrate presence, self-confidence, judgment, and good listening abilities.
  • Have a track record of effectively leading a performance and outcome-based program and team.
  • Possess experience developing and operationalizing strategies for organizational growth.
  • Demonstrate strong communication and presentation skills, with the ability to influence.

To apply, email your resume to [email protected].

Coding Instructor Internship @ YWPA


Young Women’s Preparatory Academy, 1150 SW 1st St, Miami, FL 33130

Position Description:

As a member of a group of 30 instructors, lead 8-10 monthly coding sessions in a classroom of ~24 students at Young Women’s Preparatory Academy (grades 6-12). The instruction is non-intimidating, as lessons will be for Scratch and beginner level web development (basic HTML and CSS) using available online lessons. You will be provided with a syllabus and links to all curriculum ahead of time. And you will co-teach in pairs!

You will teach during homeroom period to a single grade classroom (6th-11th grade). Up to two twelfth grade students will be available to you as classroom assistants.

This is a paid internship (Up to $500 depending on your commitment)

  • Become a member of a group of 30 instructors with a common goal. Code/Art gives a voice to instructors as well as students. Your perspective on how best to learn coding will be considered. Proposing how else to connect to the local CS/IT Miami ecosystem is welcome.
  • Attend an initial training session on Sept 9, 2018 at CIC Miami.
  • Review each week’s lesson ahead of time so you are confident in giving the lesson
  • Communicate any questions or concerns to Code/Art’s YWPA Program Coordinator
  • Give instructions to and oversee your 12th grade classroom assistants
  • Make sure that attendance is taken each session, that scores for pre- and post-tests are recorded, and that all completed assignments are recorded.

Give lesson in person on Fridays at 9:00am…Sessions are on the following Fridays:

      • Sept 14, Oct 5, Nov 2, Dec 7, Jan 25, Feb 22, March 1, and April 26


  • Either majoring or minoring in Computer Science or a related field
  • Experience coding in Scratch and HTML/CSS, or willing to learn quickly
  • Experience working with middle schoolers or high schoolers a plus

To apply, email your resume to [email protected].

Code/Art is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

All qualified applicants must be able to satisfy the Department of Homeland Security Form I-9 requirement with the documents necessary to verify identity & employment authorization and pass a Level 2 background check. If hired, you must sign a non-compete agreement with Code/Art.

"Coding is today's language of creativity. All our children deserve a chance to become creators instead of consumers of computer science."

President of Harvey Mudd College