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Volunteer Grant Writer

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THE DIGNIFIED LEARNING PROJECT

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We are a relatively new organization looking to become a sustainable nonprofit providing living wages while doing the community work.

We are looking for a volunteer grant writer to help us identify, write, and submit grants so we can maximize resources and income for the organization to continue doing the work deeper.

This nonprofit organization is a registered 501(c)(3) that focuses on educational equity.

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About THE DIGNIFIED LEARNING PROJECT

Location:

7978 LINDA VISTA RD APT 18, SAN DIEGO, CA 92111, US

Mission Statement

The Dignified Learning Project aims to revolutionize education by approaching teacher training, community engagement, and student services from a social justice perspective.

Description

This non-profit was born from an idea: instead of just talking about theories in the classroom, we need to start using these ideas in our community to reshape education. We hear so much about reform, but so few ideas come at it with ideas that look at education as a whole - issues of homelessness or food, access to hygiene or computers, or issues in our system ranging from Pre-K through college.

The Dignified Learning Project has several goals: to make equitable education accessible in San Diego and to transform education to be focused on connection and reflectoin. We will do this through services, such as teacher training, including discussions on dialogical education and respectful techniques, community workshops that will explain disparities in our communities and our individual, community, civic, and social responsibilities, as well as student resources, from assisting with the college application process or providing help with developing extracurricular activities.

Children & Youth
Community
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • This is very dependent upon the individual. We're looking for about 5 hours a week, but it is completely flexible.
  • Strong writing skills, experience in grant writing or fundraising preferred, but not required.

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