2020-21 COLLECTIVE IMPACT PANELS
Comprised of members from across Chicago’s arts ed sector, our Collective Impact Panel members offer ideas, opportunities and strategies to aid Ingenuity, CPS, and the broader arts sector in increasing equity and access to the arts for all CPS students. Learn more about our three Collective Impact Panels (detailed below) and apply for the 2020-21 panel year today!
We’re looking for a detail-oriented individual with strong data analysis skills who is excited about two primary areas of focus for this position: complex data analysis and management and advancing equity and access in arts education for public school students. The Data Analyst is a member of the Data & Research team and reports to the Director of Data & Research. Ingenuity’s Data Analyst will focus on four distinct data-focused work strands: collection, management, analysis, and reporting. Learn more and apply today!
We’re seeking an experienced individual who possesses strong analytical skills and demonstrated product and project management skills to implement a broad range of initiatives related to artlook®, Ingenuity’s digital platform for aggregating and disseminating arts education data. As the Manager of Data Strategy and Products, reporting to the Director of Data & Research, you will independently manage all elements of artlook® from implementing the platform in partner communities across the country to working with a team of software developers to build out new features. Learn more and apply today!
Support the design and implementation of advocacy strategies that will help to advance arts education access within schools and communities.
Data & Research
Develop innovative strategies for collecting, managing, and analyzing data about arts education in CPS to inform and drive expanded arts programs and to facilitate research on the impact of those programs.
Partnerships & Professional Learning
Craft tools and resources to support community arts partners working in Chicago Public Schools.
Ingenuity hosts high-performing interns interested in the intersection of education and arts education, youth development, public policy and school reform. Interns support all of Ingenuity’s areas of focus, and they receive a rich learning experience including participation in sector meetings, planning for Ingenuity Institutes, and supporting various research. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
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What interns have to say about their experience with Ingenuity:
“Designing the Partner Starter Institute allowed me to work with a range of staff members as I created the invitation list, developed content, spread the word, and finally executed. I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked on such a dynamic project as it has greatly prepared me for the next step.”
“I plan to continue working in the public education sector, advancing District policy through programming and advocacy efforts. I am eager for what is to come and cannot wait to see Ingenuity enter the next phase of their work. Thank you for a great summer!”
“Interning at Ingenuity was a challenging extension of my graduate studies that exposed me to strategic thinking and innovation in the Chicago education arena. I was immediately welcomed into the team and experienced a fantastic office culture that valued the input of all staff members. I left the internship as a more critical thinker because of the opportunities I had to contribute extensively to the Data & Research and Public Policy initiatives. If you want an internship experience that integrates you within the team and organizes your work so you maximize your time with the company, look no further than the team at Ingenuity.”