1 person is interested
Website Development Volunteer
1 person is interested
The Website Development Volunteer is a critical position that supports Kid City’s programs through its work with the Administrative Coordinator in maintaining and developing the Kid City and the Urban Foundation websites and donor databases on the Nationbuilder platform.
Reports to: Administrative Coordinator
Schedule: To be determined by the volunteer, Admin Coordinator, and the external agency providing the position (if any). Ideally 7-10 hours per week.
Update website: Work with staff to implement website changes and monitor blogs. Other responsibilities include: updating pages, copies, and photos; adding or removing pages, and adding and updating staff/volunteer bios.
Maintenance of donor/alumni data : Help maintain donor and alumni database housed within Nationbuilder
- Possess an empathetic understanding of students from various backgrounds including low-income & first-generation students to encourage support
- Excellent technical skills and knowledge of tools for web development
- Knowledge of office applications- Google Docs, Google Drive and/or open to learning new platforms
- Experience with Nationbuilder is recommended
Over the course of volunteering, Kid City will provide the applicant with training in the Nationbuilder platform and supported by the Administrative Coordinator. It is strongly recommended that applicants have previous experience with HTML, CSS, and/or other similar programming languages.
About Urban Foundation and Kid City
714 W OLYMPIC BLVD STE 922, LOS ANGELES, CA 90015, US
The Urban Foundation has volunteer opportunities in several programs, including Kid City Hope Place, Kid City JW, Skid Row Ministry, and in our administrative office. Kid City provides youth leadership, academic enrichment, and college access programs to low-income youth in downtown LA. Please read further to see what most interests you!
Kid City is a youth leadership and college access program operating after-school and during school breaks. Open to all at no charge, most participants are first generation college or college-bound students from very low income families living in and around downtown Los Angeles, where we are located. Activities include mentoring for high school seniors, after-school tutoring in all subjects for middle and high school students, college completion support for college students, SAT study groups, field trips, music lessons and band for middle and high school students, and a variety of leadership activities, including job training.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
August 25, 2021
- Website Programming
- Basic Computer Skills
- Database Administration
- Google Apps