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Kids Cafe Interviewer
ORGANIZATION: Capital Area Food Bank
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1 person is interested
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The Capital Area Food Bank partners with afterschool programs through the Kids Cafe program to provide well-balanced hearty snacks and/or dinners for more than 2,000 children. Kids Cafe has over 70 locations in recreation centers, churches, schools, and community centers all over the Metropolitan D.C. area.
The Kids Cafe Empowerment Program is a new program that is currently working to expand the capacity of our partner sites and to make their food programs run as smoothly as possible. In order to determine what each of our sites need we are conducting phone interviews with each of our 73 site leaders. Each interview takes approximately 20-30 minutes.
We’re looking for individuals to commit to conducting 6- 8 interviews a week (3-4 hours preferably afternoon hours) and talking with our dedicated site leaders to find out how we can help them to improve their programming and serve more children.
- Work with the Kids Cafe Empowerment Program Coordinator to deliver questionnaires.
- Disseminate and collect information concerning Kids Cafe sites.
- Call sites and have meaningful conversations about any problems or concerns they may have.
- Answer questions about the Kids Cafe Empowerment Program.
- Type and enter responses into database for later use.
- Provide feedback and ideas to Kids Cafe Empowerment Program Coordinator.
- At least 18 years of age
- Outgoing and a people person
- Strong communication skills
- Strong attention to detail and able to multi-task
- Ability to understand and paraphrase information
- Commitment to CAFB mission
- Attend mandatory training session at DC CAFB branch
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About Capital Area Food Bank
4900 Puerto Rico Ave, NE, Washington, DC 20017, US
The mission of the Capital Area Food Bank is to create access to good, healthy food in every community.
In a region as large as metropolitan Washington, ensuring everyone has access to good, healthy food takes a significant community effort-which is why we partner with over 450 nonprofit organizations in DC and the surrounding region. Together, we provide 30 million meals to almost half a million area residents, every year. And because we know that food alone won’t solve hunger, we also address the root causes of hunger through multiple education programs and innovative service delivery partnerships.
It’s a big undertaking. And it’s all made possible by the generosity of our donors, the hard work of our partners, and the dedication of our volunteers and staff.
4900 Puerto Rico Ave, NEWashington DC, DC 20017
November 20, 2012
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