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IT PARTNER NEEDED FOR VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

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100 Black Men of Triangle East

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Due to the health precautions deemed necessary for controlling the Covid19 pandemic, in-person conferences designed to help students and their families learn about educational opportunities have been either cancelled or reduced to making video calls to advisors and Googling for information.

With the assistance of either a recognized major educational institution or technology company, we would like to streamline the process to restore the lost communication and orientation events.

Access to and familiarity with the HopIn conference platform is strongly preferred.

The events sponsored by the 100 BMTE are not limited to any group or ethnicity, but rather intended to expand opportunities to families of the Triangle Region that have been historically unable or less able to take advantage of programs and events due to financial limitations, especially during this pandemic.

No in-person contact with students or coordinators is likely.

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About 100 Black Men of Triangle East

Location:

PO BOX 13756, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, US

Mission Statement

The 100 Black Men of Triangle East is devoted to improving the quality of life for African-Americans - in particular young males - through programs focusing on mentoring, health & wellness, education and economic empowerment.

Description

100 Black Men of Triangle East provides programs and services to youth and community in the program areas of mentoring, education, economic empowerment, and health & wellness.

The Chapter conducts a Youth Enhancement Academy mentoring program focused on young, African American males between the ages of 13-18. In addition the Chapter awards college scholarships each year to seniors attending its YEA program who plan to pursue higher education. The mentoring program also includes STEM initiatives including a robotics program, entrepreneur activities including a game software company project and other youth focused activities.

The Chapter also delivers programs in health and wellness, including community health fairs and prostate cancer awareness campaigns; in education including public education advocacy and "adopt a school" programs and; economic empowerment including financial literacy programs to youth and community, school and community based garden programs focused on sustainability, and other community service programs.

We also partner with local non-profits, corporations and other organizations to leverage the collective resources to increase community impact.

Community
Crisis Support
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Interactive/Social Media/SEO
  • IT Management
  • Network Administration
  • IT Help Desk
  • Mobile Programming
  • Project Management

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • This project would be twice/year. The time commitment will depend upon proficiency and tech resources previously developed, but a commitment of six hours/week is a good estimation for a two-month preparation.
  • The ideal volunteers are those with experience with creating and managing events using Hop In or equivalent virtual platform.

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