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Grant Writer (Part-time)

The Heritage Museum of Asian Art (HMAA) is currently seeking a part-time Grant Writer to oversee the organization's fundraising endeavors. Reporting to the Executive Director and working collaboratively, the selected candidate will play a pivotal role in advancing HMAA's fundraising initiatives in alignment with its growth trajectory. 



Grant Writing 80%:

  • Develop and maintain relationships with foundation and government grant-making entities to secure funding opportunities.

  • Research grant opportunities and manage grant application timelines from data collection to submission to reporting. 

  • Draft the preparation of grant proposals and progress reports.

  • Maintain an updated grants calendar.

  • Maintain an active grant portfolio and strive to be working on minimum of 2 grants per month.

Fundraising Strategy 20%:

  • Develop and implement a strategy to sustain a substantial base of annual individual donors.

  • Collaborate with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to craft HMAA's annual fundraising strategy.

  • Provide support to the Executive Director and Board of Directors in executing fundraising activities.


  • A Bachelor's degree is required (Master's degree preferred).

  • Demonstrated success in grant application and acquisition.

  • Proficiency in written and interpersonal communication.

  • Ability to coordinate teams and thrive in a dynamic, interdisciplinary, and fast-paced setting.

  • Strong skills in personnel management.


This position entails a dedication of 2-3 days per week, compensated hourly. The specific schedule will be established through discussions with the Executive Director.


To apply, please submit your resume, portfolio (if available), and a brief statement highlighting your interest in the position to We look forward to reviewing your application and potentially welcoming you to our team! 


Who is eligible to apply?
Undergraduates and graduate students currently enrolled at a university, college, or community college, and recent graduates are available to apply.

How do I apply?
Please email your CV/resume and c
over letter to All materials should be sent at the same time. We do not accept incomplete applications. An interview will be arranged for the candidates who be selected. This will take no more than two weeks to process.

Which internship is paid?
Please note that all internships in the Heritage Museum of Asian Art are unpaid.

How long should I intern?
We encourage you to work with us 5- 10 hours a week for at least three months. The start date and end date can be negotiated.

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Heritage Museum of Asian Art is a non-profit organization with IRS 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status. 

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