Project Falcon is a high school student-led initiative that creates free websites and online stores for struggling small businesses. We’re looking for high school volunteers with experience in web design or general business acumen.
As a volunteer for Project Falcon, you will be asked to help with one of 3 things:
Instruct HTML/CSS classes for middle school students
Make Websites for the small businesses that we help. (You just need a little bit of design experience)
Reach out to businesses, propose our free website opportunity to them
Project Falcon develops free websites to jumpstart small businesses and keep them afloat during COVID.
Project Falcon also educates students about the fundamentals of website development while providing them with the opportunity to contribute to their communities.
You can read more about Project Falcon here: elevatethefuture.org/projectfalcon
Project Falcon is an initiative of Elevate the Future. As a volunteer, you will get access to speaker events, networking events, and will get certified volunteer hours for the work you put in. Read more about Elevate the Future at elevatethefuture.org.
- Web Design or Arts Designing (Even if you have a bit of experience with Wix or Weebly, that’s great)
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Elevate the Future
1076 Windsor St., San Jose, CA 95129, US
We at Elevate the Future (ETF) strive to provide youth with an extensive understanding of the skills needed in today’s society that are currently neglected in our traditional, outdated education system. We aim to inspire students, empowering them with skills prevalent in the 21st century and helping them apply these skills back into their communities.
ETF is a global PVSA certifying nonprofit focused on inspiring passions within youth and giving them outlets to express those newfound passions to positively impact their communities. ETF has over 150 associates around the globe and 15 active chapters in 5 states and 5 countries. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, several ETF events were canceled around the world. Distraught by these cancellations, ETF sought to push through COVID-19 and bounce back at a pace faster than ever before. Since the COVID-19 situation, ETF has taken on 4 projects to further its mission on virtual platforms. First, ETF has held several global entrepreneurship summits with attendees from locations across several US states and countries including Australia and Ukraine. Second, ETF’s special needs division launched a massive awareness campaign to recognize and adjust educational efforts to provide more resources to special needs students. Third, ETF is hosting Cloud 9, a platform where student-led businesses compete against each other and are judged by world-class business leaders. Winners receive help in filing a patent on their creation along with mentorship from esteemed entrepreneurs. Fourth, ETF is helping local small businesses without websites expand their online presence during the current economic downturn by allowing middle school students, to whom ETF is teaching coding, to create websites for them to keep them afloat through the pandemic. ETF is pushing forward more powerfully than ever and we’re just getting started.
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
August 31, 2020
Must be at least 14
Around 3-4 hours per week
We're looking for current high school students with at least limited experience in web design for this volunteer opportunity