Are you an employer looking to expand your team’s experiences?
Do your colleagues have interests in arts and culture across music, theatre, visual arts, literature and other art forms?
Could your employees bring diverse professional and personal backgrounds to arts and culture organisations?
Would your employees benefit from high-level mentoring and networking opportunities from experienced arts and cultural sector trustees with business backgrounds?
… because your employees will widen their experience, skills and knowledge through RIAC.
- Access to a wide range of arts and cultural organisations who are seeking next generation trustees with experience and expertise across a range of roles including financial, business, strategic, legal and marketing/communications
- Trustee roles that will give your employees leadership experience, and expose them to a diversity of experiences, approaches and backgrounds
- Arts and cultural organisations which are innovative, ambitious and creative, will benefit from the wide experiences that your employees could bring
- Access to a ‘brains trust’ of highly experienced and successful mentors, who support our next generation trustees through one-on-one relationships
- A network of other next generation trustees, and regular events giving your employees access to other RIAC members, our wider ‘brains trust’ mentor network, and a range of arts and culture organisation.
We know that becoming an arts and cultural sector trustee can expand your employees’ skills and horizons, and provide invaluable leadership experience allied to a high level mentor network.
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal conversation about how RIAC can help your employees.
We are an organisation of volunteers for volunteers and we do not charge or seek any remuneration for the services we provide. Our only goal is to help our volunteers pursue their passions for the arts and help arts organisations to thrive.