Volunteering Opportunity: Project Assistant
SAFE PLACE INTERNATIONAL
About The Role: This position is open to someone passionate about LGBTQI+ rights and supporting asylum seekers & refugees. The project assistant will be responsible for the administrative processes and support functions in the project: "The Dream Academy".
The Dream Academy is a comprehensive year-long program, designed especially for the doubly marginalized refugee community that aims to prepare participants to be empowered leaders in whatever career or life path they choose. The program combines practical skills training, academic study, and personal growth development.
- Help the Project manager in executing operational and administrative tasks
- Collaborate with the whole project team, contributing to the entire project lifecycle
- Organize and monitor schedules and see that deadlines are met
- Ensure the confidentiality of all information of the community members
- Undertake other duties as assigned
- Reports directly to the Project Manager
- Proficiency in English is required
- Cultural sensitivity, tolerance, and patience
- Interested and aligned with SPI’s mission
- Work alongside highly motivated and dedicated individuals who set out to change the world
- Flexible schedule
About SAFE PLACE INTERNATIONAL
To Be Informed, Mill Valley, CA 94941, US
SafePlace International’s primary mission is to provide food, clothing, shelter, and emotional support in a context of safety and protection for doubly-marginalized communities while creating a larger framework of inclusivity with clear pathways toward individual sustainability and self-actualization.
Safe Place International's primary mission is to support the dignity and self-actualization of the most marginalized members of the global refugee community. We seek to significantly improve the opportunities, individual, and collective life experiences of these community members. We support this mission through direct aid and advocacy initiatives, specifically supporting members of the LGBTQIA+ community, survivors of GBV, and single/pregnant women.