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Recruitment Chair

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ORGANIZATION: Beautiful Broken Vessels

  • 2 people are interested

Recruitment Chair

The Recruitment committee member is responsible for building relationships within the
community, churches and area schools to increase knowledge of the organization; while
simultaneously increasing participant and donor connections. Through building these relationships,
the recruitment member will provide an avenue for the Founder/Director to hold presentations
about Beautiful Broken Vessels; to build rapport with the appropriate community and school leaders.
They are responsible for following up with the community, schools and churches to recruit
participants for the program, focus groups, etc. The Recruitment committee member will construct
and provide monthly reports on the impact made within the community for the Board meetings. It is
the responsibility of the Recruitment member to work in conjunction with the Marketing Chair to
promote events to the general public and other tasks that may arise. Beautiful Broken Vessels
encourages you to use any and all available resources, create and bring in referrals, help build
Beautiful Broken Vessels credibility and expand our organization's recognition within the community.

Your duties as Recruitment Chair:

● Form and oversee Recruitment Committees as needed
○ Guidelines are provided
● Facilitate communication between staff, committee, and board
● Oversee presentations to build rapport and recognition within the community
● Maintain a running contact list of community organization leaders
● Responsible for providing pamphlets and other information to different community
● Create and present reports to the Board of Directors monthly
● Stay in contact with President and Board Chair on duties and tasks assigned
● Work alongside Fundraising Chair, Marketing Chair and Program Director

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About Beautiful Broken Vessels


1 Floretta Pl, Unit 80554, Raleigh, NC 27623, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to educate and transform the lifestyle of adolescents and young women as they learn to love self and curate healthy relationships. Beautiful Broken Vessels will bring about awareness of toxic and abusive relationships. We will work towards preventing toxic cycles while cultivating a platform of self-love and healing. Beautiful Broken Vessels will provide therapeutic, self-improvement and self-empowerment services; ultimately, emboldening women to grasp their true value, worth and life’s purpose in the way that God intended.


Beautiful Broken Vessels was established in 2020 to serve the public and bring awareness to the public heath crisis around domestic violence and sexual assault. Beautiful Broken Vessels is an organization founded to prevent young ladies from entering the cycle of abuse.

Beautiful Broken Vessels is a nonprofit agency providing educational, therapeutic, self-improvement and self-empowerment services for adolescents and young adults in the Triangle, Greater Triad and surrounding areas. Beautiful Broken Vessels goal is to provide resources and knowledge to young ladies so they can be strengthened to prevent themselves from entering into abusive and toxic relationships by providing preventive measures through psychoeducation in the form of therapeutic, self-improvement and self-empowerment services; promoting healthy relationships with self, inner circle and intimate partner relationships.

Beautiful Broken Vessels will focus on adolescents and young adults who are very impressionable during this phase where intersectionality and positionality amongst young adults within different generations (i.e. millennials, gen-z, gen-x, etc); affects how information is processed as well as their view of self as they transition into adulthood.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Community, Education & Literacy


Tue May 14, 2024 - Mon Aug 12, 2024


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Mentoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Mental Health
  • Community Outreach
  • Networking
  • People Skills


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • minimum 5 hours a week (flexible schedule)

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