Community Coordinator Volunteer
Volunteers are integral to helping things run smoothly at our nonprofit. As a new volunteer, you’ll bring a new perspective to our local surroundings, engaging in social and cultural exchange with our employees, volunteers and community. We aim to provide our team with a rewarding & collaborative work environment, while creating the most amazing employee & volunteer experience in the nonprofit education field! We want to build cutting edge programs that invest and drive passionate employee engagement, so everyone has the tools, information and motivation to do their best work. And we have a lot of work to do!
Note: Our nonprofit serves children in the education community, but please keep in mind that this role is remote , assisting with operations and marketing. This means you will not be in the field and will not be working directly with children.
The Community Coordinator volunteer will support various EFBA departments by organizing projects to bring together the EFBA community, which includes students, parents, teachers, staff, and volunteers. These projects may vary in size and scope, but they will all be focused on uniting different EFBA stakeholders. Some examples of projects could include the organization of: EFBA Yearbook, Teacher Appreciation Week, movie screenings, concerts / opera / magic shows / performances, EFBA Family Game Night, Escape Rooms, virtual museum tours for the EFBA community, etc. The Community Coordinator will also provide assistance to other team members when needed, and work under the guidance of the Marketing Manager.
This role requires outstanding coordinating and organizational skills, as well as solid proficiency in Google Apps. French language skills are an asset, but not required.
640 DAVIS ST UNIT 26, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94111, US
Education Française Bay Area was created in 2009 by Gabrielle DURANA to give access to all children to a bilingual education, in our case French. We are a WASC accredited part-time school. Our non profit organization offers high quality yet affordable French after schools, summer camps and cultural programs to both francophone and French as a Second Language children, aged 5-18. The classes take place in local schools of the Bay Area. Our mission statement is simple: to provide a bilingual, multicultural francophone education, opening doors and minds to the world.
"Ideas are a dime a dozen. People who implement them are priceless." Mary Kay Ash
We want to make the world a better place. We believe every child, every person has a potential and it is our individual and collective duty to empower that human through care, guidance and education to become truly part of society.
Care is not enough, we need action and we need justice. We are the change we seek. Howard Thurman once wrote: "Don't just ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you alive, and do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive".
Are you alive? Then let's put our energy into something bigger than ourselves and hold each other accountable to protect the children, protect the planet, protect the world's biological and cultural diversity. Yes, we can change the world together from here. Change will not come if we wait for some other person, for some other time. We, the people are the change we seek.