Web Development and Design Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: Barrio Logan College Institute

Are you passionate about web design and development? Do you want to use your skills to make a positive impact in the community? Barrio Logan College Institute (BLCI) is seeking a dedicated and talented volunteer to help enhance and maintain their website.

Responsibilities of the Web Development and Design Volunteer include: Assisting with website updates and maintenance, implementing design improvements and ensuring website functionality, optimizing the website for performance and user experience, ensuring the website is mobile-friendly and accessible, troubleshooting and resolving any technical issues, collaborating with BLCI's team to create and upload new content, monitoring website analytics, and suggesting improvements.

Volunteering at BLCI offers you the opportunity to develop and enhance your skills. Whether you are interested in education, mentoring, or administrative tasks, you will gain hands-on experience that can benefit your personal and professional growth. It's also a great addition to your resume, showcasing your commitment to community service.

Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes

Time Commitment: At least one semester (6 months). Long term volunteers are preferred. BLCI can work with a hybrid schedule as needed.

Onboarding Process: Application, interview, and background check. This process can take up to two weeks.

Required Skills/Experience: You must have intermediate computer knowledge. Knowledge of WordPress is preferred or prior experience with web design and search engine optimization.

Desired Skills/Experience: Background with computer knowledge.

Physical Requirements: This project is able to make accommodations for individuals with physical limitations and the space where this project takes place is wheelchair accessible.

Note: You will be assisting BLCI's volunteer associate with making changes to the website based on the tasks given.

Barrio Logan College Institute

The mission of Barrio Logan College Institute is to break the cycle of poverty by preparing underserved students to be the first in their families to go to college through after school programs that begin in third grade.

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About Barrio Logan College Institute


2114 National Ave, San Diego, CA 92113, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty by preparing underserved students to be the first in their families to go to college through after school programs that begin in third grade.


The Challenge

Barrio Logan is primarily a Latino community near downtown San Diego of rich cultural heritage and history. Unfortunately, it struggles with low educational attainment and high poverty rates. Low levels of education are associated with crime, low civic engagement, and poor health outcomes. Education is the answer, however, our local schools are underserved.

38% = Adults age 25 and older in the Barrio Logan community with a high school diploma.

3% = Adults age 25 and older in the Barrio Logan community with a bachelor's degree.

$25,000 = The average annual household income for a family of four in Barrio Logan.

393 to 1 = The average student to counselor ratio at local high schools. Most guidance counselors are overwhelmed with administrative and disciplinary responsibilities and are not properly trained in college admissions.

Our Impact

We start preparing kids for college and careers through after school programs that begin in third grade and support them through college completion. Our programs are open from 3:30pm to 8pm Monday through Thursday and we conduct educational field trips on weekends. During the summer, we connect students to a variety of enrichment camps through our partners. We have received local, statewide and national distinction for our results.

54% = BLCI middle and high school students who maintain above a 3.5 Grade Point Average in school.

100% = BLCI students who graduate high school.

100% = BLCI students who enroll in college.

>88% = BLCI students who have gone through the College Success Program and remain in college working towards a degree.

60 to 1 = BLCI's student to college and career advisor ratio. Our college and career advisors work closely with each student and their family to chart a path to success.

20 to 1 = BLCI's student to instructor ratio in Steps to Success Workshops. Students are required to attend weekly workshops that teach them how to become successful academically and personally.

1 to 1 = BLCI's tutor to student ratio. Our specialized tutors work individually with students to improve their academic performance. Tutors also serve as mentors for students who need the most help.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth


Thu Jun 20, 2024 - Fri Jun 20, 2025
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM


San Diego, CA 92113







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