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Special Projects Coordinator

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ROYAL DAUGHTERS OF GOD INC

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Promotes RDOG programs by doing the following:

  • Add this role to your LinkedIn profile.
  • Attend a bi-monthly meeting.
  • Recruit 3 - 5 Benefactor/Philanthropist Assembly members/year
  • Sharing social media posts once a week (designated day).
  • Forwarding our emails to your networks as you receive them.
  • Manages the presentation of communications and content (special projects) i.e. Canva, Befunky
  • (see the marketing details in calendar)
  • $5/monthly commitment
  • 2 years terms

Completes one RDOG research or admin project per month: Must thoroughly investigate, interrogate and understand RDOG’s mission and programs.

  • Add this role to your LinkedIn profile.
  • Attend a bi-monthly meeting.
  • Recruit 3 - 5 Benefactor/Philanthropist Assembly members/year
  • Example: Reads an RFP and articulates its meaning to RDOG over a conference call with a designated RDOG representative.
  • Example: Researches a political agenda to identify and articulate the value of the agenda to RDOG.
  • Completes a Missions Match assessment for a targeted grant.
  • Develops and manages general digital forms, systems and access (reports to Board Secretary)
  • Formats and establishes .pdf, .docx, etc. documents.
  • $10/monthly commitment
  • 2 years terms

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About ROYAL DAUGHTERS OF GOD INC

Location:

1245 DARTMOUTH RD, FLOSSMOOR, IL 60422, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to increase self-sufficiency, decrease financial dependency and eliminate financial illiteracy by delivering a consistent and meaningful presence within the communities in which we serve that advocates the availability of immediate assistance in improving individual lifestyles through spiritual, mental, professional, physical and financial literacy.

Description

Financial Dependency II Self Sufficiency (FDIIS)
Mission: Defeat the barriers established by economic exploitation, class stratification and systemic poverty one parent at a time. (continue reading at www.rdogchicago.org)

Scholarship Roundtable (RDOG SR)
This program's mission is to produce 100s of debt free college graduates by sourcing funding alternatives to debt and implementing a scholarship application approach that eliminates the intimidation of the process for students, makes it fun and addictive. (continue reading at www.rdogchicago.org)

RDOG Game of Life
This is a presentation to high school students. It's a 90-minute activity where students work through the financial impact of their financial decisions from the stage of determining their desired career to funding the costs of all relevant higher education, purchasing their first car, first property and the income (continue reading at www.rdogchicago.org)

Board Development
Community
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Executive Admin
  • Administrative Support
  • Customer Service
  • Data Entry
  • Program Management
  • Research

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 14
  • Orientation or Training
  • 3-5 hours/week
  • Learn about RDOG at www.rdogchicago.org

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