Applying for an Individual Artist Award can seem overwhelming. Between choosing work samples, updating your artist resume, building a budget, and writing a project narrative there are many places for mistakes to occur. Luckily our IAA panelists have shared some advice to help combat common errors.
We recently caught up with former Rasmuson Foundation intern Patrice Gopo to chat about the twists her life has taken since that summer internship, and how her time at the Foundation helped shape where she is today.
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When Patrice came to the Foundation for our 2006 summer internship program, she had just completed her second year of a dual degree master’s program at the University of Michigan.
Juneau was an exciting but intimidating place when I first started visiting the legislature as head of Alaska Public Radio Network in the early ‘80s. There were legislators who were quite adept at avoiding eye contact (and still are today) no matter how hard you tried to engage them while walking down the long halls.
Note: This letter was initially published online at Alaska Dispatch News (adn.com) on August 21, 2017.
Dear fellow Alaskans,
This is my analysis of the fiscal mess we are in. What I am about to share with you is my prediction of what will come about next session.
Rasmuson Foundation has grown since it started more than 60 years ago, but the core values remain the same. President and CEO Diane Kaplan recently appeared on INSIGHT with Mark Oppenheim to talk about the Foundation’s top priorities and how investments are evaluated to maximize the best interest of Alaska’s communities.
Note: This letter, by Rasmuson Foundation President and CEO Diane Kaplan and The Alaska Community Foundation President and CEO Nina Kemppel President, originally appeared in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner on March 8.
Since its inception in 2009, Pick.Click.Give. has distributed more than $17 million to nonprofit groups statewide.