Register your trustee positions with us

We'd like to hear from arts organisations keen develop and diversify their boards over the next 6-9 months

Applications for the 2014/2015 ‘Young Professionals on Arts Boards’  programme have now closed.

We have had a successful number of applications and from October 2014 we shall have a group of high-flying twentysomethings ready to join boards.

These individuals will stem from a range of backgrounds - corporate, public sector and government - and will bring a range of vital skills to the table; legal, finance, PR, business planning and social media.  We will provide them with training and support so they are clear about their responsibilities and the challenges facing the sector.

Arts & Business are inviting arts organisations to register their available trustee positions. We’d like to encourage registrations of interest from cultural organisations who are seeking to develop and diversify their boards and non-executive expertise within the next 6-9 months.  Although at the early part of their careers, we consider this group to represent the leaders, donors and influencers of tomorrow, keen to bring their energy, ambition, networks and passion to a trustee role.

Since its launch in 2007 the ‘Young Professionals on Arts Boards’ programme has fast tracked over 50 high potential younger people from the corporate sector into trustee and non-executive roles with arts organisations.  These include employees from Deutsche Bank, BP, National Australia Bank Group, PwC, Coutts, BSkyB, The Major’s Office, 10 Downing Street and Mixcloud. 

We’ve connected them with a wide range of arts organistions including Hackney Empire, The Young Vic, Turner Contemporary, Whitechapel Gallery, Hoxton Hall, WarChild and Clean Break. 

If you are an arts organisation interested in finding out more about the Arts & Business ‘Young Professionals on Arts Board’ programme email Jessica.Stockford@bitc.org.uk.

Lead photo: launch of the 2014/15 Young Professionals on Arts Boards programme, Central St Martins, London