Content Editor for our Resource Directory
Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy
If you’re a detail-oriented taskmaster looking to volunteer your time to make a difference in the lives of those with ASD, we want to hear from you. The Resource Directory Volunteer’s key responsibilities include providing the WAAA Program Team with support in updating our resource directory, a key tool that our members can use to be connected with various supports.
Major in Psychology or Special Education
Tasks this project is likely to involve include:
- Audit the entries in our Resource Directory
- Verification of existing information in our resource database
- Documentation of data in the resource base
- Making phone calls to organizations to verify resource information
This is a volunteer position with a 6 hour/week minimum commitment.
A 15 hour/week commitment may be considered for a paid internship with WAAA after three months of successful performance as reviewed by the Program Team supervisor.
The ideal candidate will have great attention to detail and basic computing skills, ideally also experience working with data.
The Resource Directory Volunteer will be working directly with Andrea Elderkin, our Family Services Manager. For questions or with interest, please reach out to our Operations Manager, Raji Chellappa, at PM@WashingtonAutismAdvocacy.org .
About Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy
16225 NE 87th St. Suite A-2, Redmond, WA 98052, US
We expand access to healthcare, education and services for people with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities in Washington State. See more at: http://www.washingtonautismadvocacy.org
How we do it:
By Providing pro bono guidance, counseling, coordination, training, resources, and legal support to families and professionals, to help them attain effective autism treatment and socially significant rehabilitative programs statewide. We appreciate you.
The generous donations of time and talent from our dedicated volunteers are instrumental in helping WAAA continue its work. It is only with your unwavering support that we are able to help children and adults with ASD to thrive and succeed in life.