American Support for Afghanistan
We are looking for an energetic volunteer to help research publishing companies for a bilingual children’s book that will benefit the Afghan children. You must reside in the United States to apply for this position.
The right person for this position:
Is interested in social development, especially in an international context
Is HIGHLY self-motivated and capable of working independently
Is excellent with Internet search and Microsoft Office Professional
Has good communication and writing skills
Can commit to 8 hr/week (more if you want, sometimes less) for at least 1 year
You will get to work on all aspects of an interesting project, putting together a skill set that will look great on a resume. We can’t pay you, but a successful intern always deserves a glowing reference letter. And there’s that warm feeling you get from helping people in need.
If you are interested to apply, please send your resume to email@example.com.
About us: American Support for Afghanistan (ASA) is a nonprofit, 501c3 organization based in Santa Barbara, CA. ASA is a non-sectarian, non-governmental and strictly apolitical organization founded by Afghan native and Santa Barbara local Homaira Zahir in 2001. The organization is dedicated to the restoration and continuing development of Afghanistan, emphasizing the importance of empowering women and children for successful social change. www.asanonprofit.org.
About American Support for Afghanistan
3905 State Street, Suite #7-177, Santa Barbara, CA 93105, US
American Support for Afghanistan is a non-sectarian, non-governmental and strictly apolitical non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and continuing development of Afghanistan.
Our mission is to contribute to the development of Afghanistan through direct funding and providing material goods for healthcare and educational services.
ASA aims to empower and encourage Afghan citizens to participate in the rebuilding of their own communities by providing resources to the immediate concerns of healthcare services, educational services, housing, orphanages, and refugees. We seek to address the most pressing needs in order to establish greater security and economic potential on a community level.