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The Latin American Youth Center is seeking a Development Fellow to assist with research, administrative needs, and social communication. For more information on LAYC, please visit their page on GlobalGiving's site:

If you are interested in this position, please contact Araceli Rosenberger at

LAYC seeks a and undergraduate or graduate student who is responsible, detail-oriented self-starter with strong communication, Internet, and Microsoft Office skills. The position is predominantly clerical and administrative in nature (data entry, typing, research, filing, copying, phones), but special projects may be assigned depending on the needs of the department and the skills of the candidate. This is an exciting opportunity to work at a national recognized youth serving organization and to learn the principles of fund raising from a seasoned team of professionals. A great opportunity to gain a wealth of experience in a fast paced and supporting environment.

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