AMP Blog: Allied Media Projects

AMP is Hiring Two (2!) Accountants

 
AMP is excited to be growing our accounting team! Allied Media Projects’ Sponsored Projects Program has grown to more than 100 projects. As we manage more and more funds for our fiscally sponsored projects, we need to grow our accounting capacity to meet this growing need.

Vase of flowers, and people at AMC Dream Cafe

AMP is hiring a Communications Manager

 
Allied Media Projects cultivates media strategies for a more just, creative and collaborative world. We serve a network of media makers, artists, educators, and technologists working for social justice. Our work is grounded in Detroit and connected to places across the globe.

In our story-centered communications strategy, we aim to amplify voices within this network; hold space online and offline for innovative storytelling; and shift dominant narratives through our engagement with new, radical, and traditional forms of communicating with the world.

AMP is hiring a Development Associate

 
Allied Media Projects seeks a Development Associate to join our team to support the critical work of fundraising and sustainability.

HR manager blog post

Allied Media Projects is Hiring an HR Manager

 
Allied Media Projects is committed to fostering a healthy, exciting workplace environment in which talented humans combine forces to accomplish incredible things. As we grow our core programs, the Allied Media Conference (AMC) and Sponsored Projects Program, and support the growth of more than 100 sponsored projects, we are seeking a Human Resources Manager who will help ensure that the humans of AMP are well cared for.

Flyer reading 'Potential in Proximity: exploring displacement and arts education in community spaces november 3 and 4, with an image of buildings in a color gradient from green to blue to purple

AMP projects featured at "Potential in Proximity: Exploring Displacement & Arts Education in Community Spaces"

Detroiters will have a chance to interact with several of Allied Media Projects' partners on November 3 and 4 in a weekend-long presentation at the Detroit Public Library-Main Library. The goal of the program is to help cultivate civic engagement through artistic expression.