Volunteer Programme at FEDORA 2023

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12 September 2023

Paris / France

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Volunteership at FEDORA 

At FEDORA, we are supporting and contributing to the future of opera and dance in Europe.
We are looking for passionate volunteers who can help us make a difference in the performing arts. 

Would you like to be part of an international team where your work has a meaningful impact on society and the future of the performing arts sector? 

Are you passionate about discovering the behind-the-scenes of cultural management? 

Invest a few hours of your time in a purposeful initiative that enables you to gain professional experience, industry insights, and inspiring encounters.

Choose one of the fields that you wish to discover and gain experience through working with us:

1. Communications

If you are good at digital marketing, social media, design and branding, then this is your area!
Collaborate closely with the Communications Coordinator, to take part in missions including content creation, social media management, and strategy to grow our communications channels.

2. Members & Development

Are you interested in knowing more about philanthropy and donor engagement in Europe and beyond?
You can collaborate with the Members and Development Coordinator to help collect, analyse, and benchmark data to support our development and growth strategy.

3. Funding Programmes

Are you curious to learn more about the management of awards and competitions? Work closely with our Funding Programmes Manager to help us scout for innovative and creative artistic projects while helping them reach a younger and wider audience!

How to apply?

Help us with a minimum of 10 hours per week from October to December 2023.

Please fill out the form in order to apply for the volunteer programme. 

For any questions please contact:
Victoria Kahn
Administration Coordinator


FEDORA - The European Circle of Philanthropists of Opera and Ballet is a non-profit association committed to supporting and contributing to the future of opera and dance in Europe. The association was founded in 2013 in Paris, under the presidency of Jérôme-François Zieseniss, in homage to Rolf Liebermann. FEDORA's main objective is to encourage emerging artists to renew these genres, thus making opera and dance more accessible, while fostering the emergence of new business models. In order to achieve this goal, FEDORA raises funds to stimulate innovation in the sector not only on, but also behind and beyond the stage, fostering its sustainable, inclusive and digital transformation.


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