Social Media Coordinator/Blogger
Lauren's House 4 Positive Change Inc
Position: Social Media Coordinator
Type: Volunteer Position
Time Commitment: 8-12 hrs/week
Position Description: Lauren’s House 4 Positive change is looking for a dynamic, self-motivated individual to create compelling and dynamic content that will build and sustain awareness about the mission and programs of our organization using key social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, You Tube and blogs. The Social Media Coordinator/Blogger will work collaboratively with colleagues from across the organization to promote the goals, messages, image and awareness regarding the programs offered by the Lauren’s House for bringing a positive change in the lives of children, youth and their families. Also, responsible for promoting organization's online presence by blogging relevant articles/stories. The coordinator will support the development, implementation and monitoring of social media campaigns across a number of platforms and will write and gather content for electronic publications, social media and blogs.
This is a volunteer position that works as a member of Lauren’s House 4 Positive Change and requires participation in regular staff check-ins. Due to COVID-19 this is a virtual opportunity. The candidate is requested to have his/her own laptop and communications tools. In return for the volunteer hours, the benefits to the volunteer candidate may include: job reference letter from the Executive Director of Lauren’s House 4 Positive Change, experience gained while volunteering on various projects, networking opportunities, and current resume entry. Most importantly, you will be helping the organization work towards its mission.
About Lauren's House 4 Positive Change Inc
994 Beech St, E. Palo Alto, CA 94303, US
The mission of Lauren's House 4 Positive Change is to provide a safe environment for at-risk children, youth and families from San Mateo County where they are exposed to new experiences that expand their minds.
Since 2009 we have been providing free after-school and summer programs to low-income and homeless children and youth (5-18 years), as well as services for their families.We focus on developing the entire person, with service learning opportunities, tutoring and mentoring, professional counseling, enrichment activities, healthy meals, and programs to strengthen the family.