Advance the Seed is a California-based 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2015 with a desire to change economic outcomes for low to moderate income families and the communities they live in. Poverty continues to be one of the number one issues that negatively impacts children, young adults, and families, often creating barriers to greater life success. We believe that self-awareness and leadership development are key components to developing an individual to seek career pathway opportunities, providing a level of self-sufficiency necessary to break the cycles of poverty that may be generational. We also understand that when financial stability can be realized, it opens the door to many other opportunities that can lead to overall healthier individuals, families and communities.
Advance the Seed is looking for an organized and driven individual to take the lead on our projects. The volunteer will need to regularly communicate with our CEO, Regeanie Corona, on a consistent basis. The volunteer will need to perform remote tasks such as collaborating with other team members, host team meetings, and support team members. This is an excellent resume building opportunity to gain while working with other professional, enthusiastic, and motivated individuals. This volunteer will also be able to work with other various non-profits as well as Regeanie’s own personal business.
Advance the Seed is looking for an individual to manage the processes, tools, procedures, and reporting on all phases on assigned projects.
Previous experience is preferred, but not required
Currently enrolled in an accredited college or graduated with a bachelor’s degree in the business field but is not required.
Knowledge of marketing is a must
Proficient command of English grammar and spelling
Prefer to have prior experience in management or similar field
Previous experience with working with teams is preferred, but not required
Working with deadlines and various departments to finish necessary projects a plus
Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.
Strong leadership, writing, communication, interpersonal, and project management skills.
Motivated and Deadline oriented.
Ability to work independently or as a team member
Flexibility and willingness to learn new technological and management tools
Communicate with Regeanie Corona on a regular basis.
Attend and participate in meetings with management in order to create deadlines, provide updates, staffing requirements, and resource allocations.
Develop high-level schedules in relation to the projects’ objectives
Track, report, and support project progress from given tasks to team members
Our mission is to develop strong leaders for business and community engagement so that they can create financial stability for themselves, their families and their communities.
Advancing The Seed, Inc. (ATS) provides programs for low-to-moderate income (LMI) young adults and women to build pathways to economic mobility. We also provide small business technical assistance to young adults and women choosing entrepreneurship as a path to economic mobility.
Each program has a goal of creating financial stability through access to soft skills training and resources that can lead to greater career opportunities, with sustainable financial outcomes. We partner with other community-based programs, including workforce development programs, to provide career pathway and job readiness wrap around services such as, training, coaching, and mentoring in the areas of leadership development, personal development and life skills, financial literacy, entrepreneurship education, small business development, and digital literacy. Additionally, we work with public and private sector partners to identify potential job opportunities for qualifying participants.
Founded in 2015 with a desire to change economic outcomes for LMI families and the communities they live in, ATS has a fundamental purpose of reducing poverty and helping to connect individuals to viable career opportunities, including small business ownership. We believe that far too many individuals are marginalized and limited by their zip codes and/or socio-economic status. We want to help remove barriers to economic success for these vulnerable populations, which includes disconnected youth (ages 16-24 who are not connected to education or employment).
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.