Bayimba Cultural Foundation
Bayimba is a multiple-branched organization that focuses on uplifting arts and culture in Uganda through cultural exchange and creativity. We host high-quality arts festivals, offer training and workshops for aspiring artists, and facilitate creative development. It strives to reach as wide an audience as possible, reaching all age groups and income levels. Bayimba is unique in its multidisciplinary approach combined with its engaging efforts to “explore and experience”.
1. Computer Science (Data and Archive)
Since 2008, Bayimba has been operating, collecting data, photos, videos, email communication and so forth. All this information has never been archived. The IIP intern will be responsible to set up the first ever Bayimba archive by collecting and assessing all the previous documents and communications, organizing and providing access to all team members. The intern will be responsible for assessing, collecting, organizing and providing access to records and archives determined to have long-term value.
The intern should be inquisitive, logical, highly IT-literate, able to work with a team as well as carry out independent research. Art enthusiast, library science, archival science and interests in related fields are strongly preferred.
2. Capital Campaign Strategy
This intern will be assisting the organization in carrying out a pre-capital campaign (feasibility) study for the establishment of a multi-functional arts center/space, examining the organization’s readiness to ask and the preparedness and willingness to give. We are looking for an enthusiastic and competent person with a background in or affinity with fundraising and (capital) campaign development that is eager to contribute to the further development of the intended Bayimba arts center/space.
Strong research skills required. Knowledge about arts and culture management, business analysis, sales, marketing and development/fundraising preferred. Art enthusiast, library science, archival science and interests in related fields strongly preferred.
3. Program Fundraising Initiatives
Bayimba Foundation is a Not-for-Profit organization that depends on donors who are passionate about promoting the Arts Sector. The intern in this position will be researching on fundraising initiatives for Bayimba Foundation and making recommendations. The intern should have knowledge about the Arts sector and Business fundraising at large.
Strong research skills required. Knowledge about arts and culture management, business fundraising initiatives, sales, marketing and development/fundraising preferred. Art enthusiast, library science, archival science and interests in related fields strongly preferred.
This internship may be offered in a remote capacity, if needed.