63 people are interested
Honor the lives of those we've lost to COVID-19
ORGANIZATION: COVID-19 Wall of Memories
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63 people are interested
COVID-19 Wall of Memories is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that runs a website of the same name which features a virtual memorial wall that holds the names and faces of people who have passed away from COVID-19 in this country.
We are seeking to fill positions in data entry. Our data entry process consists of two tasks:
1) Researching online obituaries. Our research associates do a standardized online search and copy and compile links to obituaries.
2) Entering the information into our database. Data entry associates enter the pertinent details from an online obituary into a standard form.
Our volunteers are required to keep in mind our core principles: Ensuring the information we share is accurate, avoiding copyright violation, and recognizing potential privacy violations. Each person whose story is on our memorial wall was special, was loved, and should be remembered with honor.
Training will take about one hour with as much additional time as needed.
We use Slack to communicate questions or comments, but managers are always available to answer questions or clarify issues.
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About COVID-19 Wall of Memories
13515 Robin Hill Court, Houston, TX 77059, US
COVID-19 Wall of Memories memorializes and amplifies the lives of COVID-19 victims while serving as a source of information about the disease, the epidemic, and its impact on the United States.
COVID-19 Wall of Memories is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (EIN 85-1414385) which runs a website of the same name. The virtual wall is the heart of the site. It contains photos and names of people who have passed away from COVID-19. It also provides the opportunity to leave general or specific condolence messages as well as a new page and an information page, both designed to increase understanding and knowledge about the disease and its impacts. We also engage in community-based activities such as vaccination drives and spoken word memorials.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
May 17, 2023
- Data Entry
- Basic Computer Skills
- Reading / Writing
- Critical Thinking
- Problem Solving
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Minimum of five hours per week. Training and orientation will be one hour with additional sessions as needed.
- If you need hours for school, an internship, or other obligation, please bring the relevant paperwork to our initial meeting.