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Design Assistant for print-ready pamphlets for Award-winning books.

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CYBILS AWARDS

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Every year since 2006, the Cybils Awards has recognized literature for kids and teens that satisfy two criteria: literary merit and kid appeal. To help readers, librarians, and educators tap into a renewed interest in youth literature during the pandemic, Cybils Awards is seeking a volunteer to update the Printable Awards Lists to promote summer reading.

Volunteer serves as Design Assistant in creating the pamphlets which will then be publicly available on our website. * Virtual opportunity requiring a commitment of 6 volunteer hours. * Expertise in Adobe InDesign, including inserting and scaling images and adding hyperlinks.
* Ability to work independently, see projects through from start to finish, and complete projects by agreed-upon deadlines.

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About CYBILS AWARDS

Location:

1018 COLLWOOD RD, CATONSVILLE, MD 21228, US

Mission Statement

The Cybils Awards aims to recognize the children’s and young adult authors and illustrators whose books combine both the highest literary merit and popular appeal. The Cybils Awards is committed to mindful inclusivity in its book selection process.

Description

The Cybils Awards is a public charity[501(c)(3)] dedicated to encouraging reading by young people and their families. Each year since 2006 it has recognized youth literature that combines both high literary quality and popular appeal.

The Cybils Awards' commitment to mindful inclusivity in its book selection process is reflected in these actions: the Cybils Awards Board has

  • Published its Inclusivity Goals and Guidelines document to demonstrate its transparency; and
  • Requires diversity and cultural sensitivity training for all panelists to ensure critical engagement with books nominated for its awards.
Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Literacy / Reading
  • Graphic Design / Print
  • Administrative Support
  • Reading / Writing
  • STEM

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 16
  • 6 hours that can be spread out over 4 weeks.
  • Must have experience with Adobe InDesign. "Familiar with" is not enough. Volunteers will be required to use its advanced features.

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