The Marshall Legacy Institute (MLI) is a non-profit organization located in Arlington, VA. MLI’s mission is to help war-torn countries recover from conflict by promoting hope, growth, and stability. Mines and explosives pose a constant threat to stability and safety to people in many war-torn countries, and so MLI has focused our efforts over the past 20 years on mine action and social impact programs to address the myriad needs faced by communities affected by conflict. Within our Mine Action Programs, we have emphasized our Mine Detection Dog Partnership Program (MDDPP), which seeks to improve the quantity and quality of Mine Detection Dogs (MDDs) worldwide; the Children Against Mines Program (CHAMPS), which fosters global citizenship and engages American youth & foreign students in the landmine issue; and the Survivors’ Assistance Program, which provides medical assistance & vocational training to mine survivors, especially women and children. MLI’s Social Impact Programs began as a way to assist communities in post-conflict countries live a more fulfilling life. They help to rebuild peace, promote leadership among youth, and put a strong emphasis on the empowerment of women and the improvement of their role in society.
MLI has a long and successful track record of implementing our programs in over 13 mine-contaminated countries since our founding in 1997. Please visit our website for more details about our work around the world: www.marshall-legacy.org.
MLI is seeking a volunteer who can work closely with our Development department for 3-10 hours per week between 10am - 5pm, M-F. We are a small nonprofit and are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to assist our development department in grant research & writing, proofreading donor communications (thank you letters, appeal letters, newsletters, etc), data entry and donation tracking.
Qualities we are looking for in an applicant:
*Excellent grammar, writing, and proofreading skills
*Reliability and positive attitude
*Interest in international humanitarian work
*Experience with Microsoft office programs preferred (especially Word, Excel, and Publisher)
To Apply: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume or a cover letter explaining your interest.
- Internet Research
- Administrative Support
- Basic Computer Skills
- Grant Writing / Research
- Community Outreach
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- 3-10 hours per week for at least 3 months
- Must be available during the week, 10am-5pm