More than 55 million children have lost familiar environments, daily routines, and impacted social and emotional awareness far beyond the end of this crisis. The Girls Link Up Subscription Box is designed Girls link Up - Virtual Mentoring Platform. The purpose of Girls Link Up is to provide a safe environment for participants to discuss a variety of issues that impact middle school girls. Topics include school concerns, conflict resolution, friendship, STEAM college and career pathways. With the 'Girls Link Up' Box, girls are connected through a myriad of resources that help them explore the world around them in the comforts of their home.
Writing the bi-weekly email newsletters to parents, stakeholders and community members.
Connecting with potential partners, programs, and opportunities to keep the program sustainable.
Offering contributions to the development of content and resources for monthly subscription boxes.
Offering contributions to monthly virtual mentoring meetings.
Responsible for organizing, sorting, and packaging goods for monthly subscription boxes.
Attending social/virtual events and conferences on behalf of the organization
Work well in a team
Excellent interpersonal skills
Be self-motivated and enthusiastic
Flexibility in working in a virtual environment with one face-to-face meeting per month.
Candidates must provide their own transportation to project and events
We want our interns to gain experience relevant to their career goals and encourage them to assist with other programs that they
The schedule for this position is flexible and will be 20-24 hours a week Monday - Friday. Virtual/Remote Working environment with one monthly face-to-face (socially distance) working lunch meeting.
The mission of 3D Girls, Inc. is to educate and empower young women to be advocates for themselves and their families through mentoring, prenatal and parent education, and social/emotional wellness. Our work is grounded in addressing the critical disparities that limit young women the access of educational tools, financial empowerment, and health resources that are needed to thrive.
There are three programs within 3D Girls, Inc. designed to educate, empower and advocate for young women from different demographics. The L.E.A.G.U.E. (Ladies Empowering Adolescent Girls Using Exposure) is our school-based program that provides girls K-12 with a group mentoring experiences. The T.E.A.M. is an outreach initiative that provides young and expecting mothers under the age of 21 with resources to help maintain sustainability. With over 3,500 diapers, wipes, blankets and other essential baby care, The T.E.A.M. has poured into the lives of over 500 mothers with our quarterly community baby showers and COVID Relief Efforts in the past two years. Lastly, The #DRIPSAtlanta Campaign gathers individuals to engage in group activities that bring awareness to social and emotional wellness. We are able to raise money for our outreach programming from the activities while simultaneously mobilizing mental health resources.
As the organization has grown over the years, it has been a powerful transformation! We are looking forward to securing 8-10 volunteers within the next year to serve; helping to build our fundraising efforts, marketing and branding initiatives and securing space for a community outreach center. Our work with our mentoring, teen parenting and STEAM initiatives will continue to operate year-around to educate and empower the community virtually during the pandemic."
-Raioni Madison-Jones, Founder & Executive Director
Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.