Join KID's 2020-2021 Intern Team for hands-on nonprofit experience

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Kids In Danger

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KID is looking for motivated volunteers to help fulfill the organization’s mission during the 2020-2021 school year. Because we are a small nonprofit organization, volunteers make a huge impact on the work we are able to do. The volunteer position is flexible and offers a unique opportunity to build many skills vital in future workplace settings.

General skills required:

Experience with Microsoft Office, good writing, communication, and internet skills, self-motivated

Sample volunteer opportunities include:

  • Outreach / education: Help KID connect to parents and caregivers to help keep kids safe
  • Research: Our work is data driven. Assist us in getting the right information and presenting it in the most effective way possible
  • Advocacy: Laws created with child safety in mind help keep kids from getting hurt or even killed unnecessarily. Join our cause to help change the system.
  • Curriculum development: The student engineers of today are the child product engineers of tomorrow. Contribute to the development of our TEST (Teach Early Safety Testing) program by expanding its reach and impact on product design safety.

Please send a resume to Dev@KidsInDanger.org to apply and schedule an interview

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About Kids In Danger

Location:

116 W. Illinois St. Suite 4E, Chicago, IL 60654, US

Mission Statement

Kids In Danger (KID) is a nonprofit dedicated to protecting children by improving children's product safety. KID was founded in 1998 when 16 month-old Danny Keysar was killed in a recalled portable crib in his licensed childcare facility. His parents founded KID so that no more children would be hurt or killed by dangerous, recalled products. Fifteen years after our founding, substantive improvements to children's product safety oversight are on the horizon. Be on the frontlines in working to strengthen the children's product safety system and in getting lifesaving safety information to the public!

Description

"Dedicated to protecting Children by improving children's product safety"

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

116 West Illinois StSte 4EChicago, IL 60654

(41.89101,-87.63202)
 

SKILLS

  • Research
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Spanish
  • Analytics
  • Community Outreach
  • Internet Research

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • flexible

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