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Virtual Volunteer Opportunities in Children & Youth (142,437 volunteers needed)
Ongoing Opportunities
  • Fundraising Planning and Grant Writing

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Climate Action Pathways for Schools (CAPS) partners with schools to provide inspiring climate education programs and implement projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while saving money for the school district. We develop project-based learning programs to prepare students for highly skilled career pathways and help them develop projects that mitigate climate change. At the same time, these projects reduce operating costs for school districts. We aim our climate action program primarily towards under-resourced schools. We are seeking your support for our 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization's Fundraising Planning and Development. These efforts include: Research ideal funder profiles, identify potential funders and/or provide personal contacts (foundations, corporation, individuals) that could serve as potential donors Collaborate on the development of fundraising presentations and collateral Write proposals in response to targeted grant opportunities Support online and email fundraising campaigns There is an urgent response needed to battle climate change. Schools provide a connection to every community and a platform from which climate action can take hold and spread. Our focus is to engage students and schools in under-served communities. We need your support researching grants from potential funders to support the development of our project-based climate education programs. We're looking for help to find and engage targeted donors that could support our organization's projects and serve as the foundation for generating critical financial resources that are required to build and scale our nonprofit organization. The ideal candidate would also have experience with grant writing.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Multimedia Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    A Free Bird is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization based in New York City. Our focus is to provide children, ages 4-18 who are patients or survivors of juvenile cancer, the opportunity to explore their artistic passions and give them the strength to fight their disease. We believe that artistic expression is critical for healing! A Free Bird supports children affected by cancer in their exploration of art, music, acting, poetry, writing, singing, and any other artistic passion they may have. We are seeking a Volunteer/Intern Multimedia who can commit 150 total hours over 3 months. We encourage undergraduate and graduate students seeking a for-credit internship or fellowship to apply Responsibilities: Working in Photoshop to create layouts, CADS, and design web graphics, Working in Illustrator to create vector objects, print files, and marketing materials. Working in InDesign to create automatic catalogs and other materials. Working with Excel and outlook to update spreadsheets, schedule meetings, answer emails. Skill requirements: Very well trained in CS6 or earlier, especially Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Working knowledge of Excel, Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint. Knowledge and use of keyboard shortcuts and how to do tasks the fastest way. Knowledge of HTML programming is a plus, but not required. Position requirements: Detail-oriented, organized, and a quick learner. Follows instructions and completes projects in a timely matter. Work with minimal supervision, a proactive problem solver. Excellent references, grades, & portfolio (even a student portfolio) are required. Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and its severity, this will be a remote work from home position. The organization has committed to our interns/volunteers’ health and we will adapt to the new working environment accordingly. A Free Bird is building our services even in this difficult time of the coronavirus to provide the best services to the children and are looking for self-motivated and hardworking individuals. Proper at-home working capabilities include Laptop, SmartPhone, and connection to WiFi/internet. Must be available to have a phone/video conversation at least once per week.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Nonprofit Lawyer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Dear Volunteer, We are an exciting nonprofit created to foster emotional intelligence and instill a sense of purpose in our children. We are launching a cutting edge Drug Prevention initiative centered around Virtual Reality (VR) technology and the power of storytelling. We have a world class team, but we're missing a highly important component... You. We need an attorney who understands the nonprofit world and understands our vision. We need your guidance, skill set, and expertise! Please email me to learn more. Nina Linh / Executives Director nina@wonderseedfoundation.com

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Fundraising Specialist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Job Brief We are searching for an experienced Fundraising Specialist with excellent networking abilities. The jobholder will be responsible for building good relationships with prospective donors and partners across multiple sectors and communicating with the broader public. You should be well organized, proactive, and have the ability to inspire those around you. To be successful in this role, you should stay informed on marketing strategies, and be comfortable doing research on different sectors. You should have sharp public speaking skills and be able to deliver virtual presentations to a range of audiences. Responsibilities Conducting research on fundraising opportunities. Initiate and participate in online fundraising events. Connecting with corporate sponsors regarding fundraising opportunities. Writing funding proposals and submitting these to potential donors. Monitor and evaluate the fundraising cycle Coming up with ingenious ways to raise awareness and funding. Implementing a variety of marketing strategies and promotional campaigns. Organizing and attending non-profit events and networking with relevant stakeholders. Establishing good relationships with members of the public and the media. Requirements Proven experience as a fundraiser. Previous experience marketing also acceptable. Sound knowledge of the non-profit sector. Experience working as part of a team. Excellent written, verbal, and telephonic communication skills. Good listener with the ability to motivate others Bachelor's degree in PR, Fundraising, Marketing, or any related field To apply, email Vonnie Maddox at info@wonderseedfoundation.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Michigan Virtual Children's Advocates-Tutors, Teachers, Mental Health Specialists

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Just Speak is seeking: Volunteer tutors in English, mathematics, reading, and science to assist students with class and homework. These volunteers will receive trauma-informed training/guidelines. Volunteer Child Advocates who are social workers or mental health specialists with previous experience with children and youth to facilitate our trauma-informed programs (play and sensory based activities). Volunteer Yoga & Mindfulness instructors to facilitate groups for 1) ages 3-5 2) ages 6-9 3) ages 10-12 4) ages 13-17 Due to impacts of COVID-19, there will be small class size, social distancing yoga and dance classes in addition to the virtual class. All MICHIGAN Volunteer Applicants must complete an application found here: https://www.jotform.com/JustSpeakInc/volunteer, submit a resume and have a completed DHS Clearance. If you are not in Michigan, please complete the application found here: https://www.jotform.com/JustSpeakInc/jsvirtualapplication.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Refugee youth mentor

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Refugee Youth Mentor (Maryland & Virginia): Volunteers are paired with refugee youth (ages 16-24 in MD; 15-24 in VA) to assist with career development and empowerment. Duties vary based on the goals and interests of the youth, but tend to focus on exploring career and educational opportunities, identifying career pathways, assisting with the job search and application process (resumé, cover letter, application, interview), and setting short and long term goals. The goal of the mentorship is to allow the youth to have a mentor that can help navigate US systems, promote civic engagement and leadership opportunities, and provide guidance with various questions and ideas as they begin thinking about future careers or education. Mentors play an integral role in showing mentees the vast array of opportunities that may be available to them in the US, as well as supporting and empowering them to explore these opportunities. Mentoring is virtual now due to COVID and volunteers need to have regular contact with the youth client, ideally once a week or at least once every two weeks. Volunteers are part of the LSSNCA Youth Mentoring Community where there are opportunities for monthly training and development meetings, as well as outside presentations in relevant areas of interest to youth clients. The duration of the mentoring relationship is typically between six months to one year. Please note: We are located in the Washington, DC Metro area, including Maryland and Northern Virginia. Find more information here: https://lssnca.org/get_involved/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities.html

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Donation to refugee youth at home

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Donating toys, books, laptop, or television to a family so they can stay engaged and learning. Thank you for your interest in the various ways you can support refugees and immigrants of the DMV during this national health emergency. It is important that our clients and their families, many of whom are on SNAP benefits, are able to get the groceries and supplies they need during this crisis and while many Americans are bulk stocking up on items. Our clients having limited access to transportation, varying levels of English, and being newly arrived in their communities thank you for your generosity and support. Please fill out this form on your interest in donating and giving support. An LSSNCA staff member will reach out to you to arrange further. https://bit.ly/RemoteRefugeeSupport Please note: We are located in the Washington, DC metro area.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Website Developer Position using HTML/CSS/JS

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Robotics for All is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission of leveling the opportunity gap by providing free STEM classes to underserved communities. This year, Robotics for All will be rebuilding its website using React.js after previously using a website creator called Weebly. Volunteers are needed to help rebuild the website and transfer files to RFA’s web hosting service when the time comes. Tasks Using the current Robotics for All Website as a reference, compile the website into React.js. The first priority will be the HTML/CSS and the JS should be implemented afterward. Upload code often to the Robotics for All repository on Github in order to collaborate effectively. Communicate with team members regularly. Time Commitment 3-6 hours/week of independent work. 1 hour long team meeting per week if necessary. Time Frame The project will end about January 25th, 2021. ​Benefits Earn community service hours for time spent in team meetings and independent work. Gain web development experience and refine skills with this real-life application. Volunteering with Robotics for All will look good on any resume, whether applying for a future internship, job, or college. Potential future leadership positions may be offered, including positions on Robotics for All’s Board of Directors. Requirements 14 years of age or above. Strong background in React.js. An example project will be required for the application to validate your qualification in React.js. Please share a link to your project where we can view it. Strong communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team. Beneficial Qualifications Experience with Bootstrap and/or jQuery. Experience with FTP. Knowledge of responsive design and mobile friendly web apps. Experience with Github. Ability to work independently and self-assign tasks.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Director of Fund Development

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    This is an unpaid board position. The Director of Fund Development will work with the Board of Directors, key volunteers and outside consultants to create, implement, and maintain a comprehensive fund development strategy for the Virtues Project International Association (VPIA) to support the organization and advance The Virtues Project TM ambition to ignite virtues globally. This person oversees development, planning, design, and implementation of fundraising and partnership programs in alignment with VPIA's mission statement, policies and procedures. RESPONSIBILITIES : A major responsibility is to oversee development of a fund development strategy that incorporates current funding programs like crowdfunding, individual donations and royalties. The strategy can also expand into planned giving, fees, product sales, corporate sponsorships, foundations, etc. The Fund Development Chair will chair a Fund Development Committee to oversee the work of multiple teams to implement the strategy. Specific areas of responsibility include: Establishment of donation-friendly tax status for countries of major donors, e.g., US and Canada. Capabilities to track fund development activities, including a donor database, design and maintenance of donor and prospect records, gift management systems and informational reports. Individual donor programs with emphasis on prospect identification, donor cultivation, a major donor program, and Board engagement in fundraising. Manage annual fundraising calendar. Corporate relationships, including funded services, sponsorships, and philanthropy. Foundation and government grants, identifying grant opportunities, managing grant applications and ensuring reporting requirements are met. Other funding sources such as memberships or fees, partnerships, promotions Assist in the implementation of recognition, acknowledgments and incentives for donors and volunteers. REQUIREMENTS : Demonstrates initiative and works as a team player. Adheres to the highest ethical standards in management, governance, and fund development. Conveys a professional and positive image and attitude regarding the organization and the not-for-profit sector. Manages multiple priorities while working remotely with volunteers to accomplish tasks and functions well without a formal work structure A self-starter, self-manager with an entrepreneurial spirit Desired skills Strong interpersonal skills with excellent verbal and written skills Attention to detail and follow-through Donor management system experience Social media campaign experience Excellent computer skills for business ______________________________ VPIA is a non-profit organization founded in 2013 at the request of the founders of The Virtues ProjectTM (www.virtuesproject.com). VPIA operates in service of The Virtues Project to protect the integrity of the body of work, to grow, strengthen and expand its reach, and to ensure its sustainability. The Virtues Project International Association (VPIA) is not affiliated with any religious organization. If you are interested in this role please follow this link to our Volunteer Application Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc9DeArdFRSqU9G5ukJJel7npJXy_JcPxcck3tUZqWTtM1yyw/viewform?c=0&w=1

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Board Secretary

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    This is an unpaid volunteer position on the Board of Directors. The Board Secretary is responsible for ensuring that accurate and sufficient documentation exists to meet legal requirements and to enable authorized persons to determine when, how, and by whom the board's business was conducted. In order to fulfill these responsibilities, the Secretary records minutes of meetings, requests feedback to ensure their accuracy, provides availability, proposes policies and practices and performs other duties as the need arises. The Secretary is both a Board member and an Officer of VPIA. RESPONSIBILITIES The secretary maintains records of official meetings and is custodian of corporate records and official filings, coordinates Board communication, works with the Chairperson to prepare Agendas for Board meetings, and functions as parliamentarian at meetings. Specific responsibilities include: Ensure that accurate minutes of meetings are taken and approved. As custodian of records, ensure that the records of the organization are maintained as required by law and made available when required by authorized persons. These records may include founding documents, (eg. letters, patents, articles of incorporation), lists of directors, board and committee meeting minutes, financial reports, and other official records. Maintain official records of members of the Board. Make available an up-to-date copy of the bylaws as needed for meetings. Manage the schedule of Board meetings and ensures that proper notification is given to Board members and guests as specified in the bylaws. Manage the general correspondence of the Board of Directors except as such correspondence is assigned to others. Assist the Chairperson with preparation of agendas for Board and Executive Committee meetings. If designated by the Board of Directors, the Secretary may be authorized or required to sign or countersign cheques, correspondence, applications, reports, contracts or other documents on behalf of organization. Function as the registered agent with respect to the laws of the jurisdiction, i.e., the person upon whom legal notice to the corporation is served, and who is responsible for ensuring that documents necessary to maintain the corporation are filed, e.g., roster of directors, and corporate address changes. REQUIREMENTS The Board Secretary will demonstrate a range of experience in the not-for-profit sector and knowledge of how organizations operate. The Secretary must be able to exercise good judgment and discretion in determining what to record and what to omit from official records. Mastery of word processing technology is a must; familiarity with the Google Suite of products is a plus. Strong interpersonal skills, with excellent verbal and written skills; attention to detail; and follow-through are very important for this role. The Board Secretary must be a self-starter who can juggle multiple priorities and function well without a formal work structure. VPIA is a non-profit organization founded in 2013 at the request of the founders of The Virtues ProjectTM (www.virtuesproject.com). VPIA operates in service of The Virtues Project to protect the integrity of the body of work, to grow, strengthen and expand its reach, and to ensure its sustainability. The Virtues Project International Association (VPIA) is not affiliated with any religious organization. If you are interested in this role please follow this link to our Volunteer Application Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc9DeArdFRSqU9G5ukJJel7npJXy_JcPxcck3tUZqWTtM1yyw/viewform?c=0&w=1

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Administrative Assistant

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    A Free Bird is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization based in New York City. Our focus is to provide children, ages 4-18 who are patients or survivors of juvenile cancer, the opportunity to explore their artistic passions and give them the strength to fight their disease. We believe that artistic expression is critical for healing! A Free Bird supports children affected by cancer in their exploration of art, music, acting, poetry, writing, singing, and any other artistic passion they may have. Overall Responsibilities: Carry out any responsibilities the Administrative Department may have. Provide administrative support and ensure a smooth running of daily operations by arranging communication between all departments and all managers and the Executive Director. Responsibilities: Serve as liaison between the president and head of departments to ensure mutual understanding of tasks, goals, and agendas. Remains in constant contact with the head of departments. Updates calendars, agendas, and supporting documents on a daily basis. Organizing, storing, and managing files. Coordinate and participate in department meetings and follow up on action items. Must support and maintain the mission goal and statement of the organization. Competencies: Understanding of Microsoft Office and Google Drive, including Google + Administrative and/or bookkeeping experience. Ability to work as part of a team within a fast-paced environment. Excellent communication, both written and oral, skills. Ability to pay attention to detail. Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and its severity, this will be a remote work from home position. The organization has committed to our interns/volunteers’ health and we will adapt to the new working environment accordingly. Proper at-home working capabilities include Laptop, SmartPhone, and connection to WiFi/internet. Must be available to have a phone/video conversation at least once per week.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Fundraising Consultant/Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    This is a non-Board position which can be established on either a volunteer or a contingency basis. The position reports to the Fund Development Chair. The Fundraising Consultant/Volunteer will work with the Fund Development Chair and other key volunteers to create, implement, and maintain fundraising initiatives to increase the funds available to VPIA to support its growth and to advance The Virtues Project TM ambition to ignite virtues globally RESPONSIBILITIES This person will be responsible to advise, develop, plan, design, and implement various fundraising appeals in alignment with VPIA's mission. Depending on the level of engagement negotiated between VPIA and the consultant/volunteer, responsibilities can include: Individual Donors Develop cultivation program and process Identify and research prospects Design and manage email and crowdfunding appeals Develop relationships with potential and current donors Develop calendars, plans and marketing material for fundraising appeals Initiate a major donor program May include scheduling appointments, doing correspondence, event development, and donor cultivation and fulfillment Manage Annual Fund and produce appeal letters and email campaigns Foundations and Government Identify appropriate sources of grant writing funds Write, assemble, and submit grant proposals Monitor and follow through with reporting requirements on grants received OTHER FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES Manage online crowdfunding platform, GlobalGiving Identify and conceptualize materials to be used for communication to prospects and donors. Implement fundraising appeals. Develop calendars, plans, and marketing material for fundraising appeals. Assure design and maintenance of donor and prospect records, gift management systems, and informational reports. Research and identify grant opportunities Assist with the preparation of materials for pending grant applications. Assist with the application process for grant opportunities when necessary. Complete and submit to funders mid-term and final reports, and other required paperwork. Implement recognition, acknowledgements, and incentives for donors and volunteers. REQUIREMENTS The Fundraising Consultant/Volunteer will demonstrate results as a fundraiser through multiple successful online appeals to individual donors. This person will adhere to the highest ethical standards in fundraising, and will convey a professional and positive image and attitude regarding the organization and the not-for-profit sector. Desired skills Strong interpersonal skills with excellent verbal and written skills Attention to detail and follow-through Donor management system experience Social media campaign experience Excellent computer skills for business VPIA is a non-profit organization founded in 2013 at the request of the founders of The Virtues ProjectTM (www.virtuesproject.com). VPIA operates in service of The Virtues Project to protect the integrity of the body of work, to grow, strengthen and expand its reach, and to ensure its sustainability. The Virtues Project International Association (VPIA) is not affiliated with any religious organization. If you are interested in this role please follow this link to our Volunteer Application Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc9DeArdFRSqU9G5ukJJel7npJXy_JcPxcck3tUZqWTtM1yyw/viewform?c=0&w=1

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Fundraising Assistant

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    A Free Bird is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization based in New York City. Our focus is to provide children, ages 4-18 who are patients or survivors of juvenile cancer, the opportunity to explore their artistic passions and give them the strength to fight their disease. We believe that artistic expression is critical for healing! A Free Bird supports children affected by cancer in their exploration of art, music, acting, poetry, writing, singing and any other artistic passion they may have. Your passion and dedication will directly lead to more young people getting the arts opportunities they deserve. Overall Responsibilities: Assisting Fundraising Coordinator/VP of Fundraising with any job-related task for Fundraising assistant. Consisting of, but not limited to: scheduling appointments for Fundraising Coordinator, assisting in reaching out to donors, supporters for companies, researching information, creating documents, sending emails, setting up meetings with other department heads, reaching out to other departments for information. Responsibilities: Supports Candidate Fundraising Director in organizing meetings, staffing events and preparing materials Prepares donor meeting and event materials as necessary Plays lead role in scheduling for the department Make phone calls and send emails to lists of identified prospective donors, including keeping track of the call history. Help develop other lists of potential donors where the names are known but not contact information. Internet searching Keeping consistent relations with donors and future donors/sponsors. Assists in the development of Brochures, flyers, posters, etc. Must support and maintain mission goal and statement of organization. Meet at least once per week meet with Fundraising Coordinator. Competencies: Understanding of Google Docs Understanding of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Excel, Word, etc. Friendly phone personality, etiquette on being able to write emails. Highly organized. Experience with Internet Searching. Ability to multitask and help manage a few projects at once.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Teach Online STEM Classes to K-8th Graders

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    As an online volunteer teacher, you will be responsible for running an eight week long online class. This includes leading the two weekly synchronous classes (either on Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday), evaluating student homework (assigned between each synchronous class) and managing teacher's assistants. It will be your responsibility to ensure that the class runs smoothly and take care of any issues, whether related to student behavior or errors in code. You must possess strong leadership skills and a high level of independence. Our current curricula for online classes are the Code.org Curriculum (for K-3rd graders), Scratch Curriculum (for 4th-6th graders), Python Curriculum (for 6th-8th graders), CAD Curriculum (for 6th-8th graders), and Fusion Curriculum (for 7th-8th graders). You are expected to have mastered the curriculum they teach. Below you will find the details of the volunteer position. Click here ( https://www.roboticsforall.net/volunteer-application.html) to go to the application. Tasks Run the two weekly synchronous classes (either on Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday) ​The first weekly class is a live demo of concepts. The second weekly class is a review of student homework and a group discussion. Post assignments onto Google Classroom and EdPuzzle, making sure the students complete them. Review student homework. Answer students questions on a timely basis. ​ Lead a group of teacher's assistants. ​The number of teacher's assistants will depend on student enrollment in your class. Time Commitment Teach one or multiple classes. Each class contains two hour long synchronous weekly class meetings (either on Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday) Check homework and respond to student questions in between the classes. We will work with your schedule in scheduling class times. Teach for the duration of at least one eight-week class session. ​Benefits Earn community service hours for time spent teaching live synchronous classes, time responding to student questions, and reviewing homework. Leading a Robotics for All class will look good on any resume, whether applying for a future internship, job, or college Potential future leadership positions may be offered, including positions on Robotics for All’s Board of Directors. Learn valuable leadership skills. Requirements Rising 10th grader in high school or above (exceptions may be made to rising 9th graders with a strong volunteering/teaching background) ​Note: lead instructors must be at least two grade levels higher, preferably three grade levels higher, than the student of highest grade level in the class. ​ Mastery of any of the platforms used for any of Robotics for All's in-person curricula (Scratch Jr., Scratch, Python, CAD) Strong communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team Beneficial Qualifications Experience teaching Robotics for All classes Past leadership or classroom management experience Experience working with educational institutions

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Student Outreach/Publicity Volunteers Needed

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Robotics for All is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization with the mission of leveling the opportunity gap by providing free STEM classes to underserved communities. This summer, Robotics for All is running online programming and CAD classes for K-8th graders. Volunteers are needed to help with publicizing these classes to students, using a variety of online platforms. Tasks Using pre-created flyers and blurbs, publicize our online classes to students all over the country. We do not have any preference as to which online platform we use, but it should reach parents of students from grades K-8th. Time Commitment 3-10 hours/week of independent work. Possibly 1 hour long team meeting per week if necessary. ​Benefits Earn community service hours for time spent in team meetings and independent work. Leading a Robotics for All class will look good on any resume, whether applying for a future internship, job, or college Potential future leadership positions may be offered, including positions on Robotics for All’s Board of Directors. Learn valuable leadership skills. Requirements Rising 9th grader in high school or above. Experience doing internet-based outreach and publicity. Strong communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team. Beneficial Qualifications Outreach experience particularly to parents of students grade K-8th. Experience publicizing camps and extracurricular programs for students.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Community Outreach... Finding families in need.

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We really need families to service. Cold Calls, Gathering Emails, and helping with community outreach are all things that are very important to us. These tasks will make a huge difference throughout our organization. This is one of the many families we service!This is the compelling story of Bolanyle Edwards and her sacrifice to raise her three young grandchildren ages 2, 7, and 8. Bolanyle Edwards is raising three young children all by her self. Could you imagine being retired, but forced back to work, raising young children, all by yourself, in the midst of a global pandemic!? :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bShlEY1HPqg&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR36FWgz9CD_Akz_kWdzJRw2IziC_gIpscuT5sTB1oSE6XRJG83cCIu8bLQ

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Community Outreach Volunteers - Social Media

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Everybody knows somebody who rides a motorcycle. We are looking for volunteers to raise awareness about World of Soul Motorcycle Community and Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE Foundation. Our aim is to grow our audience and attract support while organizing infrastructure to encourage the motorcycle community to support youth with their educational endeavors. Requested task include the following; Share Facebook page(s) World of Soul Motorcycle Community Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE Foundation Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE Share Facebook page individual posts Invite motorcycle riders, enthusiasts and education advocates to Like our Facebook page(s)

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Graphic Designer (UX and App Experience)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Job Brief The jobholder will create engaging and on-brand graphics for a variety of media. The role includes the entire process of defining design requirements, visualizing and creating graphics including illustrations, pitch decks, presentations, logos, layouts and photos. You’ll be the one to shape the visual aspects of websites, e-books, newsletters, campaigns, exhibitions, branding and more. Your graphics should capture the attention of those who see them and communicate the right message. For this, you need to have a creative flair and a strong ability to translate requirements into design. If you can communicate well and work methodically as part of a team, we’d like to meet you. Responsibilities Study design briefs and determine requirements Conceptualize visuals and artworks based on requirements Prepare rough drafts and present ideas Develop illustrations, logos and other designs using software Use the appropriate colors and layouts for each graphic Work with copywriters and creative director to produce final designs Test graphics across various media channels Amend designs after feedback Ensure final graphics and layouts are visually appealing and on-brand Requirements Proven graphic design experience A strong portfolio of illustrations or other graphics Familiarity with design software and technologies (such as InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Photoshop) A keen eye for aesthetics and details Excellent communication skills Ability to work at a fast pace and meet deadlines Degree in Design, Fine Arts or related field is a plus To apply, email Vonnie Maddox at info@wonderseedfoundation.org.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer From Home Investment Financial Analyst, CrowdDoing

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer From Home Investment Financial Analyst, CrowdDoing Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Investment Financial Analyst, CrowdDoing Bobby Fishkin (via Reframe It), Marc Rand, and Mark Moulton have been developing a complementary way to approach making Bay Area housing accessible. CrowdDoing, a joint initiative between Reframe It and Match4Action Foundation is supporting zero-subsidy affordable housing. Zero subsidy affordable housing is possible, and variations of it work now in the real world. Anti-poverty impact investable housing through equity rather than debt is achieved by separating appreciation value from utilization value of assets. Property rights can be fractured in service and support of stakeholder interest. As one example, for more than fifty years, Stanford University has made such an arrangement for their off-campus housing for professors. Our notion is that such an arrangement could be offered by an administered investment pool to buyers of a fraction of a home’s appreciation value, combined with the right to live in the home. We suggest that there are investors who could find viable this kind of impact investment in real estate, based on appreciation value but not use value for life of tenant/owners. This might be an innovation in housing affordability that could provide a substantial fraction of the population who cannot currently be housed in existing markets within region a housing opportunity. Stanford buys half of the appreciation value of each home but not the use value on behalf of the university through a mortgage participation agreement structure. Our goal is a zero subsidy means of scaling affordable housing inspired by how Stanford has supported off campus professor housing over the last 50 years. Housing inclusion, Transportation inclusion, FAQ:How is this different from down payment assistance? One is that it's not just the down payment, it could be as much as 2/3rds of the value of the house, not 5% of the value of the house, or 10%. You can see some of the distinctions here- https://www.huduser.gov/portal/periodicals/em/fall12/highlight3.html . Why is this approach needed when there are other kinds of affordable housing? Because there is not enough for families making middle-incomes. FAQ: Why is this approach more efficient then other mechanisms for affordable housing? Because by bringing equity sharing agreement to scale market rate capital can subsize affordability anywhere in which land constraints are significant barriers such as islands, bays and due to mountains. Pooled equity is 100 times more leveraged because market rate capital becomes self-subsidizing of affordable home fractional ownership. FAQ: How do impact investors get out liquid from such an investment structure? Our goal is to create a long hold, holding company. Protects from the environment, insulated as liquidity is self-liquifying as holding company. Property rights in our culture of practice and law integrate many different rights together. These include: the initial value for which an asset was purchased , the appreciation value of the asset over time, and the year-round use-value of the asset. This unity of property rights places vulnerable people between 40% of average annual income and 150% of average annual income in this region at risk of being unstably housed. This instability is due to having a too large portion of their annual income paid to housing expenses. Housing costs 2 to 3 times too much for these people to afford. Within that range of incomes, zero subsidy affordable housing strategies can be of exceptional impact potential. Now, when a family buys a home or apartment, they must almost always buy the whole home. Usually those who do not own homes, rent them. Those who are first time home buyers get a mortgage for the full value of the home. This model w\ould use mortgage participation agreements with qualified families that would allow the fund to buy a fraction of the value of the home (at time of future sale) while allowing the family who buys the rest of the value of the home the right to live there by financing their fraction or arranging to live rent free. A publicly traded fund could buy fractions of the future sale prices of homes. The investors could sell to the fund simply by liquidating their shares. An open issuance of shares could allow more impact investors to invest and through these purchases of shares in the fund, more homes could be purchased. If half the appreciation value of each home was not owned by families, because less money would need to be borrowed, then families could have more secure housing. A publicly traded fund that is designed to leverage mortgage participation agreements to make home ownership more accessible to first-time buyers could attract impact investment. In San Francisco, the median home price is $824,600. The median 20 percent down payment is $164,920. http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/01/16/a-silicon-valley-down-payment-could-buy-you-an-entire-house-in-much-of-the-u-s/ . At a 4% interest rate over 30 years that means a monthly payment of $3,934. But suppose that a first time home owner is only buying half of the value of a home - 40% of the appreciated value, and 100% of the right to live there? Suppose that first-time buyer is not paying rent to the passive impact investors who have bought a percentage of the future purchase price of the home. Then their monthly payments would be $1,967. Such a Fund would have an open issuance to secure additional investors. If investors could be attracted based on the overall rise in book value of the real estate being owned compared to other regions in the world, the affordable housing fund could be both economically attractive and impactful. Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Investment Financial Analyst, CrowdDoing Responsibilities Include: Examining and assessing economic and market trends, earnings prospects, financial statements and various other indicators and factors to determine suitable investment strategies Looking back at previous investment decisions and the thought process of making the investment decision Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Investment Financial Analyst, CrowdDoing brief We are looking for an experienced Investment analyst to undertake financial research and report on prospective investment avenues. The successful candidate will study how an investment is likely to perform and how sustainable it is. You will participate in our sound portfolio-management strategy by providing the necessary data for our decision making process. Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Investment Financial Analyst, CrowdDoing Responsibilities Examine and assess economic and market trends, earnings prospects, financial statements and various other indicators and factors to determine suitable investment strategies Look back at previous investment decisions and the thought process of making the investment decision Liaise with fund managers and network with industry professionals Monitor closely financial press and keep a track of market trends, opportunities, risks and new investment products Compile advisory reports and make informed recommendations on new investment opportunities and funds that could enhance or diversify portfolios Develop complex financial models and analyse legal documents Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Investment Financial Analyst, CrowdDoing Requirements Proven working experience as an Investment analyst Solid understanding of financial set-up, procedures, statistics and economics Excellent investment analysis software user Strong numeric skills Excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills BS degree in Finance, Accounting or related field he only way CrowdDoing.world can realize its impact potential is through virtual volunteers,service learners(http://blog.reframeit.com/service-learning-and-skilled-volunteering/), and micro-leaders (https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/) coming together. See this brief video aboutMicro-leadership at CrowdDoing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhdB2YJ8Ocs&app=desktop). Micro-leadership means that each person adopts a dimension of responsibility for a collective problem in our society through collaborating on that area creatively individually and together through social innovation. You are also welcome to see more background on CrowdDoing at our Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoL7fai7oa95fBo44FC0gA?sub_confirmation=1). Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/crowddoing.world/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CrowdDoing-515295062320613) , LinkedIn ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/18910309/ ). You can see a CrowdDoing Volunteering FAQ here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zCkbEQX8PHh8k85BS0iIhsJJxADqdH3Kpn1PDbI1Uno/edit?usp=sharing

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • OTPR: Team Lead for Tech/Coding Program Design (grades 5-8)

    with JerseySTEM
    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Primary Responsibility Lead team of 3-4 volunteers to develop and/or acquire as well as improve Tech STEM Outreach Program curriculum to be delivered to middle school girls (grades 5-8) who are in underserved communities. (The Outreach Programs are typically delivered as after-school programs following a fall/spring semester schedule.) Key Responsibilities Lead team of 3-4 volunteers to: Provide direction and coaching to your team, build team spirit! Develop new and interesting STEM curriculum, and update existing curriculum Reach out to content providers for potential partnership Produce materials for both Coaches and students to use in the afterschool programs Produce extracts of the Curriculum to fit the needs of the class Answer Coach questions, and provide advice on curriculum content delivery Leverage technology for innovative ways to deliver curriculum Learn and practice the curriculum concepts (block coding, programming, MIT App Inventor, emulators) Use feedback from ongoing classes to improve/enhance existing curriculum Required Education, Background, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Working knowledge of MIT App inventor Understanding of coding concepts (loops, variables, conditionals etc.) Understanding of block coding Strong written and verbal communications skills Able to adapt and solve problems as they arise Willing to volunteer advice and opinion Weekly Time Commitment Required 5 - 7 hours weekly, virtual

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • English to Haitian Creole Translator - Virtual Volunteer Position

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Project Details Haiti-Now is dedicated to empowering Haitian girls living in domestic servitude to overcome poverty and exploitation to achieve economic security. After onboarding your first assignment will be to start a fundraising campaign. Haiti Now will provide further guidance for you to have a quick and successful fundraiser. Role brief: We are seeing an experienced English/creole translator for the translation of internal documents. Responsibilities: Carefully listens to or reads content including jargon and acronyms in the original language. Understands and analyzes what is being said or written, and the message, intent, and nuances being communicated. Reproduces statements or questions in the desired output language. Qualifications/Requirements: Ideally, we need translators born in Haiti and attended school in Haiti up to 8/9th grade. Applicants would be assessed on their fluency in creole speaking and writing. Fluency in, and thorough understanding of, the primary language(s) being translated: The Creole must be the mother tongue. Superior verbal and written communication skills in applicable languages. Ability to commit Volunteering for 5+ hour/ week Preferred skills: Knowledge of Slack, Trello and Google drive.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Oracle Netsuite Consultant

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Configure NetSuite to address organizational needs and processes Build reports, saved searches and dashboards that provide comprehensive and forward-looking business Intelligence Migrate transactional and organizational data from external databases to NetSuite Establish test cases and lead User Acceptance Testing (UAT) with organizational leadership to ensure system configuration objectives have been met Create training/support documentation, and drive end-user training to promote user adoption Manage the "Go Live" deployment processes, ensuring a seamless software launch and continuity of business operations during this cutover Support the client following "Go Live" deployment to troubleshoot issues that arise, and promote additional methods to optimize the system for enhanced performance Additional responsibilities include: Work and communicate effectively with cross-functional team members Prioritize project workload to ensure milestones and objectives are attained

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • High School Level Math, Literacy, Science, or Social Studies Tutor/St. George/Online/Flexible Hours

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    ***Note: Due to COVID-19, all tutoring with this site has moved online. In-person tutoring will resume once it is safe for tutors to commute to the site. If you are interested in providing online or in-person tutoring at this site, let us know*** The City Tutors (CT) is looking for volunteer tutors to provide academic support for students at the Curtis High School in the St. George area of Status Island. City Tutors is partnering with Children's Aid Society at Curtis High School. You would be supporting students online during the semester. Tutors would commit at least two hours every week for the semester. Student availability is generally around weekday afternoons and early evenings, but the exact tutoring time will be determined by you and the student. This a great opportunity for: working professionals who wish to support their community students who are majoring (or who have recently graduated) in the course area and who wish to enhance their content knowledge and/or grow their professional experience As a tutor supporting high school students, you would collaborate with a site coordinator to improve students’ performance while being supported and guided by an experienced academic support professional. You would identify and support students who are struggling, augment the topic discussions in one-on-one or study group sessions, and provide feedback to students so that they may improve their fundamental understanding of the material. You might also identify/track students who are struggling and create differentiated instruction as the need arises. You will be supported throughout this process by the City Tutors staff. All tutors are also expected to complete a four session comprehensive, professional training regimen. 6 hours of live training, plus another hour and a half for orientation. This is a commitment of 7.5 hours of in person training, and 4 hours of supplemental training for a total of 11.5 hours of training (4.5 hours if you have prior tutoring/teaching experience) over the course of the semester. Training days will be determined based on your schedule and that of the Tutor Training Coordinators. CT's tutoring program has been successful in helping students gain access to support that they otherwise would not have received, given their limited time spent on campus. Having tutors in these sessions early in the semester will allow us to employ strategies to reduce withdrawals and student failure rates. Your work with us would help the students’ overall subject area performance, and help us improve this educational support model, reaching more students and departments with comprehensive academic support. To apply, you must: Have received an A- or A in the introduction to the subject course you are applying to tutor. Have a GPA at or above 3.2, or have received a degree recently. Be willing to complete 11.5 hours of College Reading and Learning Aligned (CRLA) training at City College of New York. Learn more about Curtis High School here: https://curtishs.org/ Learn more about Children's Aid Society here: https://www.childrensaidnyc.org/programs/location/staten-island-family-services-center

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • High School Level Math, Literacy, Science, or Social Studies Tutor/Lenox Hill/Online/Flexible Hours

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    ***Note: Due to COVID-19, all tutoring with this site has moved online. In-person tutoring will resume once it is safe for tutors to commute to the site. If you are interested in providing online or in-person tutoring at this site, let us know*** The City Tutors (CT) is looking for volunteer tutors to provide academic support for students at the Talented Unlimited (TU) High School in Lenox Hill. City Tutors is partnering with TU's Parent Teacher Association. You would be supporting High school students online during the semester. Tutors would commit at least two hours every week for the semester. Student availability is generally around weekday afternoons and early evenings, but the exact tutoring time will be determined by you and the student. This a great opportunity for: working professionals who wish to support their community students who are majoring (or who have recently graduated) in the course area and who wish to enhance their content knowledge and/or grow their professional experience As a tutor supporting high school students, you would collaborate with a site coordinator to improve students’ performance while being supported and guided by an experienced academic support professional. You would identify and support students who are struggling, augment the topic discussions in one-on-one or study group sessions, and provide feedback to students so that they may improve their fundamental understanding of the material. You might also identify/track students who are struggling and create differentiated instruction as the need arises. You will be supported throughout this process by the City Tutors staff. All tutors are also expected to complete a four session comprehensive, professional training regimen. 6 hours of live training, plus another hour and a half for orientation. This is a commitment of 7.5 hours of in person training, and 4 hours of supplemental training for a total of 11.5 hours of training (4.5 hours if you have prior tutoring/teaching experience) over the course of the semester. Training days will be determined based on your schedule and that of the Tutor Training Coordinators. CT's tutoring program has been successful in helping students gain access to support that they otherwise would not have received, given their limited time spent on campus. Having tutors in these sessions early in the semester will allow us to employ strategies to reduce withdrawals and student failure rates. Your work with us would help the students’ overall subject area performance, and help us improve this educational support model, reaching more students and departments with comprehensive academic support. To apply, you must: Have received an A- or A in the introduction to the subject course you are applying to tutor. Have a GPA at or above 3.2, or have received a degree recently. Be willing to complete 11.5 hours of College Reading and Learning Aligned (CRLA) training at City College of New York. Learn more about the Talent Unlimited High School here: http://tuhs.nyc/

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Mentor a Child - Start Virtually and Transition to In-Person (OR, WA applicants only)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Great Life Mentoring is celebrating 20 years of enriching the lives of children and mentors! You won't find another mentoring opportunity like this one. Hear directly from the mentors and kids themselves in our one-minute match videos at https://greatlifementoring.com/2020 Children between the ages of 7-18 and facing adverse circumstances. Our kids have experienced trauma and have a deep need for a trustworthy adult to help them develop confidence in themselves and others. Great Life Mentoring is a Research-Based practice proven to work! Right now we have an urgent need for new mentors from the Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA areas. We will work with you virtually until the pandemic is over, and then you will be ready to meet your new friend face to face. The application is online, the interview and training can be via video from your phone or computer. We want to make it easy for you to help a child who really needs you now. As a Mentor in our program you will: Get to choose the child you'd like to help Be able to choose the day, time and place Have fun with your friend 1-3 hours a week Receive the training and support needed to help you be successful as a mentor If this sounds like the opportunity you've been searching for, let us know you're ready to get started! To mentor, select the "I want to Help" button above. You can also go directly to http://greatlifementoring.com to learn more or fill out the online application at: http://greatlifementoring.com/become-a-mentor/ The life you change may be your own!

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Providing support in qualitative data analysis and manuscript/Paper writing for publication

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We conducted data collection on studies that we have been carrying out to assess the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) among rural adolescent girls in Rwanda. We have also conducted a research on gaps and challenges that adolescents from rural areas meet while trying to access SRH services. We need a volunteer who can support us during manuscript writing and qualitative data analysis so that we can be able to publish quality papers in the peer reviewed journals.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Volunteer Translator: ARABIC - for written materials

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Thanks for your interest in volunteering with the Shadow Project! As we expand our programming, we need to be able to communicate with students, parents, and community members in the language they feel most comfortable engaging in. As a Volunteer Translator, you'll help translate written materials. At the moment, we do not need verbal translation services. We are in need of translation from English to ARABIC. If you have any questions, please contact serve@shadow-project.org. To apply, please complete the application here: https://forms.gle/YfQSJ9SpD42JRw757. As part of our commitment to advancing equity for diverse learners, we work to recruit and retain a diverse staff, volunteers, and board-one that welcomes and engages people with diverse, intersectional identities. We encourage and support applicants from all backgrounds to join us in our work. This includes -- but is in no way limited to -- people experiencing disability, BIPOC individuals, and LGBTQIA2S+.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Youth Yoga process management and brand strategist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We want the best for our youth, and we have created content to help them deal with life in a compassionate and empowering way. The powerful content we have compiled is excellent, but how do we get it in the hands of the people who need it? We are looking for a brand strategist to help us package our goods services and products and put them in the right hands. Learn about our brand www.feelfree2feelfree.net and datyogadude.com @datyogadude on social media. Please give us an email if you are looking to have your ideas help turn a good business into a leading company. Thank you, FEEL FREE 2 FEEL FREE!

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Project Sunshine Community Chapter Leader - Long Island

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you someone who is looking for a virtual volunteer opportunity this year? Look no further! Recently, a volunteer vacancy has opened up for Project Sunshine's Long Island Community Chapter. Due to COVID-19, our organization has launched Teleplay, our HIPAA compliant online service program! Becoming a Chapter Leader with Project Sunshine is a ONE YEAR COMMITMENT that provides numerous opportunities to improve technological, organizational, professional, and personal skills. You must be 18 years or older to take on this position. Currently we are ONLY recruiting for a Chapter Leader located in Long Island, NY. If you reside on Long Island, this message in particular is for YOU! As a Project Sunshine Chapter Leader, you will be held responsible, along with your co-Chapter Leader (should you have one), for volunteer, hospital, program, and Project Sunshine leadership. As a Chapter Leader for the Long Island Chapter, your responsibilities are as follows: Volunteer Leadership Onboard and welcome new volunteers Coordinate volunteer RSVPs and confirmations for each project Oversee volunteers on-site Track volunteer attendance Model appropriate behavior and ensure professional boundaries are maintained at all times. This includes declining to exchange personal information with families, declining babysitting offers, as well as any exchange or receipt of gifts with patients and their families. Hospital Leadership Attend hospital volunteer training and complete the clearance process (if required) Understand and adhere to hospital protocol Coordinate with hospital contact, keeping them updated and informed in a timely manner Schedule programs and dates at least one month in advance Program Leadership Order Program Boxes or program supplies (via an online vendor) through Project Sunshine (if purchasing materials separately, submit reimbursement requests within 30 days of the program) Keep program purchases at or below $50 per program (unless prior authorization is received) - In-Person Only Test activities before each program Supervise activities during the program TelePlay Programming Responsibilities Schedule, plan, and coordinate a minimum of 1 Chapter Teleplay program per month Schedule, plan, and coordinate a minimum of 1 National Teleplay program per month Share program calendar and program invitations via CalendarAnything with fellow volunteers and hospital partners Email program flyer to hospital partner a minimum of two days prior to the virtual program with specific program links and information Delegate volunteer roles prior to the program to manage virtual program responsibilities of volunteer participants Complete virtual program surveys to provide ongoing feedback for Project Sunshine Project Sunshine Leadership Keep Project Sunshine staff updated on volunteers, hospital contacts, etc. Respond to all Project Sunshine communications in a professional and prompt manner (preferably within 72 hours) Submit program reports within one week of each program

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Manage Teachers' Teammates' Social Media

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    It's important to let the community at-large know of the opportunity to donate suitable surplus goods to Teachers' Teammates that will be re-purposed by teachers. We have found that one of the most effective ways to do this is to use social media platforms to spread the word about our mission and how people can get involved or contribute. Teachers' Teammates operates with an all-volunteer team of people committed to its mission. TT needs one person with the skills to effectively use social media and are passionate about ecology and/or making a contribution to leveling the playing field in education. Classroom supplies are in greater need because due to covid, students cannot share supplies as they normally would in a classroom and donations of supplies is down since groups that typically would collect and donate them i.e. churches are not gathering as a group.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Project Sunshine Community Chapter Leader - Providence RI

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Are you someone who is looking for a virtual volunteer opportunity this year? Look no further! Recently, a volunteer vacancy has opened up for Project Sunshine's Providence, RI Community Chapter. Due to COVID-19, our organization has launched Teleplay, our HIPAA compliant online service program! Becoming a Chapter Leader with Project Sunshine is a ONE YEAR COMMITMENT that provides numerous opportunities to improve technological, organizational, professional, and personal skills. You must be 18 years or older to take on this position. Currently we are ONLY recruiting for a Chapter Leader located in Providence, Rhode Island. If you reside in Rhode Island, this message in particular is for YOU! As a Project Sunshine Chapter Leader, you will be held responsible, along with your co-Chapter Leader (should you have one), for volunteer, hospital, program, and Project Sunshine leadership. As a Chapter Leader for the Providence, RI Chapter, your responsibilities are as follows: Volunteer Leadership Onboard and welcome new volunteers Coordinate volunteer RSVPs and confirmations for each project Oversee volunteers on-site Track volunteer attendance Model appropriate behavior and ensure professional boundaries are maintained at all times. This includes declining to exchange personal information with families, declining babysitting offers, as well as any exchange or receipt of gifts with patients and their families. Hospital Leadership Attend hospital volunteer training and complete the clearance process (if required) Understand and adhere to hospital protocol Coordinate with hospital contact, keeping them updated and informed in a timely manner Schedule programs and dates at least one month in advance Program Leadership Order Program Boxes or program supplies (via an online vendor) through Project Sunshine (if purchasing materials separately, submit reimbursement requests within 30 days of the program) Keep program purchases at or below $50 per program (unless prior authorization is received) - In-Person Only Test activities before each program Supervise activities during the program TelePlay Programming Responsibilities Schedule, plan, and coordinate a minimum of 1 Chapter Teleplay program per month Schedule, plan, and coordinate a minimum of 1 National Teleplay program per month Share program calendar and program invitations via CalendarAnything with fellow volunteers and hospital partners Email program flyer to hospital partner a minimum of two days prior to the virtual program with specific program links and information Delegate volunteer roles prior to the program to manage virtual program responsibilities of volunteer participants Complete virtual program surveys to provide ongoing feedback for Project Sunshine Project Sunshine Leadership Keep Project Sunshine staff updated on volunteers, hospital contacts, etc. Respond to all Project Sunshine communications in a professional and prompt manner (preferably within 72 hours) Submit program reports within one week of each program

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • In-Kind Donation Recruitment

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Teachers' Teammates relies on in-kind donations from the community, businesses, community organizations, houses of worship and individuals. Businesses that have suitable surplus new and/or gently used goods i.e. manufacturer overruns, clearance returns and out-of-season products can donate them to Teachers' Teammates. TT will distribute them to teachers who will put them to use in their classrooms whether in person or virtually. We have found businesses are eager to donate these type of goods. Often they would otherwise be thrown away and they can get credit for the donation to a nonprofit. Community Groups and Organizations are interested in supporting models that reduce waste. Houses of worship are ideal organizations to collect surplus goods that educators can put to good use. TT volunteers need to reach out to all kinds of organizations to introduce them to this model and help facilitate donations. This work can be done in-person and virtually by making phone and email contacts. Because of COVID-19, more supplies are needed since students cannot share supplies that they usually would or they each need a set of supplies at home. Fewer groups than usual led "back to school supply drives" because they were not meeting as they normally would, such as churches. Community wide drives have focused on the pressing need of food insecurity given the economic downturn and loss of employment. School supplies are a luxury item in some communities where they never would have been before Covid-19 pandemic.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • FINA 02: Assistant Head of Finance

    with JerseySTEM
    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Summary/Objective The primary responsibility of this position is to provide backup support to the Head of Finance in directing and managing JerseySTEM fiscal functions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and current trends and regulations, respectively. Primary Responsibilities Provide support and backup to the Head of Finance for the following: Ensure timely and accurate budget analysis and financial review for the management team Recommend and develop policies, procedures and systems to meet objectives Provide strategic financial leadership and support on the evaluation of financial issues affecting the organization Recommend and lead new efforts to improve ROE/ROA performance Work to optimize the handling of bank and deposit relationships and initiates needed strategies for improvement Build, develop and manage a finance team capable of carrying out needed initiatives Stay abreast of trends and regulations to ensure effectiveness and compliance for the finance and information technology functions Align financial policies and procedures with organization objectives Establish financial reporting systems and controls to ensure compliance with organization expenditure requirements and to meet customer needs Qualifications and Education Requirements Genuine interest in our mission of bringing STEM enrichment to middle school girls Open, can-do attitude Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration or related field, MBA preferred Professional experience, with specific experience in finance and accounting management (i.e., controller, assistant controller, finance/accounting manager). Management experience, a plus Skilled in managing a team of volunteers

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • DEVT 01: Head of Development

    with JerseySTEM
    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Summary/Objective Oversee the three main pillars of development (grants, fundraising, and events), ensuring budgeted fundraising goals are met so classes can continue. Primary Responsibilities Proactively ensure pro bono volunteer staffing of development functions (approximately 15-20 pro bono volunteers) with support from HR for recruiting/org planning Lead the strategy development for each pillar, setting goals and holding people accountable for reaching those goals Provide outline/direction for each pillar, (i.e. write scripts, get leads loaded, agenda for colloquiums, etc.) including overseeing the building of the Salesforce contact list, and oversight of outreach for corporate mentors Touch base with each member weekly, either via email, phone, slack, etc. to ensure they are on track to hit goals they have set for the week or month Provide weekly updates to peers in organization on fundraising efforts, and participate in the bi-weekly Steering Committee meetings Review contributions weekly Partner with Marketing to ensure they are supporting our initiatives where it makes sense As time permits, meet with strategic groups in organization to see how we can be more efficient Participate in the leadership team activities of Budgeting, Planning and Reporting Qualifications Genuine concern about/interest in solving the gender gap and opportunity gap in education Resourceful, can-do attitude Networking experience preferred Sales experience preferred Supervisory experience preferred Development experience a plus 12 month commitment preferred, 5-10 hours/week

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Make a Clothing Bundle for a child or baby with a critical illness

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    From the comfort of your own home volunteer to make a Clothing Bundle for a child or baby facing a critical illness. COVID-19 challenges everyone's daily lives, including the lives of families who have a child with a critical illness. By volunteering you help provide families with the care they need as they try to cope with their child's medical crisis during this pandemic. Many families facing critical illness struggle to find the time and resources to purchase the clothing that their growing children need. Providing clothing to a family allows them to focus more of their time and energy on other daily life activities, and one another. Choose to make 1 Clothing Bundle or 5, 10 or more. Every week we receive requests from parents for Clothing Bundles. What about COVID-19? Please wear gloves and a mask while making the bundles(s). Every bag we receive is quarantined before it is delivered to a family. Include others in your experience! Invite family members, friends, coworkers, students or faith community members to participate with you, virtually or in socially-distanced small groups. Ready to shop and put together your Clothing Bundles? Purchase 3 Fall/Winter outfits for a girl or a boy in one of the sizes listed below. Remove the clothing from the hangers and neatly fold each item of clothing. Arrange the clothing in a pile and tie a ribbon around to create the bundle. newborn to 3 months 3 months to 6 months 6 months to 9 months 9 months to 12 months 12 to 18 months. 18 to 24 months. 2T 3T - 4T 5T - 6T IMPORTANT! Please do not include swimwear or undergarments in bundles. Estimated cost per bundle: $15 to $35 Personalize your gift (optional): Add a handwritten, decorated tag/card that includes your first name, your city and one of the following sentiments: "Thinking of you."; "Sending you care." or "Love and hugs." To be sensitive to the wide range of family situations and experiences, please do not write "Get Well" or "Have a good day" or "Be Brave" or include any religious or culturally-specific words or pictures. Thank you!. Ready to share your Clothing Bundle(s)? In-person, contactless drop-off available at: Option 1: There With Care (main office), 2682 Middlefield Road, Suite H, Redwood City, CA 94063. Monday through Friday, anytime between 9:00am and 2:00pm. No appointment required. Option 2: SOMAcentral, 450 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA 94107. (Satellite office). Wednesdays between 2:00pm and 4:30pm. Please call/text on 650 509 0391 before arriving at this location. Mail-in/delivery address: There With Care (main office), 2682 Middlefield Road, Suite H, Redwood City, CA 94063 Please contact us with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you/seeing you soon! Thank you!

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Marketing Specialist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for a Marketing Specialist to help market the company and it's many departments

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Grant writing specialist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for a Grant Writing Specialist to write grants for the various Departments created for the community.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Social Media/Digital Marketing Manager

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Develop and implement strategies to increase brand awareness and customer development by means of digital marketing tools and campaigns to promote the programs and services of Climate Action Pathways for Schools (CAPS) through various social media platforms. Support online and email fundraising campaigns. The ideal candidate would have excellent written communications and analytical skills. Experience with digital marketing, including working with social media channels, website analytics, search engine optimization, Google Ads, website design, and/or email marketing. We currently have a public website (www.climateactionpathways.org), and need your support to help expand and drive our digital marketing initiatives, including development and management of our content delivered through LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and blogs. Your work will serve as a foundation for increasing public awareness and customer engagement needed to build and scale our nonprofit organization.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • How to Save the World,Volunteer Social Media Copywriter Volunteer, CrowdDoing

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    CrowdDoing has partnered with Katie Patrick who wrote How to Save the World: A Book & Design ManualLearn how to make saving the world the greatest game we've ever played. Our goal with this aspect of the partnership is to support the marketing, communications, social media and outreach for Katie Patrick. How to Save the World,Volunteer Social Media Copywriter Volunteer, CrowdDoing CrowdDoing recruits volunteers such as this role of volunteer marketing associate to support social enterprises and develops our own social innovations. http://katiepatrick.com/, CrowdDoing aims to help some ideas spread and gain traction. Katie Patrick has written a book we think can reach additional audiences and help the sector. CrowdDoing is a joint initiative with Match4Action Foundation & Reframe It. Katie's book has received high praise: ​​​​​​​"An urgent and useful guide for anyone who seeks to make a difference. It will change your work for the better." - Seth Godin, Author, This is Marketing "Katie's approach to doing valuable and impactful work is very well thought out and put together. - Valentina Ferenac, Sustainability Strategist "Katie’s enthusiasm shines from every page, and fires hope for my grandchildren. I urge all to read this book" - Professor David A Hood, AM HonFIEAust CPEng, 2012 National President Engineers Australia" We are looking for a qualified Social media strategist to join our team. How to Save the World,Volunteer Social Media Copywriter Volunteer, CrowdDoing Social Media Copywriter responsibilities include updating our social media pages, responding to followers and tracking user engagement. To be successful in this role, you should have excellent web content writing skills and experience advertising on multiple social networks. Ultimately, you will ensure we maintain a strong online voice and brand consistent with our marketing goals. Volunteer Responsibilities Write, edit and publish engaging posts for various social networks, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Optimize social media posts (language, tone, message) based on our target audience’s behaviors Select appealing images and videos to complement text Update our social media pages with compelling company news Coordinate with internal teams to create advertising posts (e.g. for events, open roles and product releases) Track and report on social media insights (traffic, engagement, shares, conversion rates) Apply advertising techniques to boost brand awareness, like promotions and competitions Respond to questions and comments on our social media pages in a timely and accurate manner Network with clients and industry professionals Volunteer Requirements Proven work experience as a Social Media Copywriter or similar role Hands-on experience using various social media platforms to advertise Solid knowledge of SEO, keyword research and analytics tools (e.g. Google Analytics) Familiarity with online paid advertising Ability to deliver creative web content (text, image and video) Excellent communication skills BSc in Marketing, Communications or relevant field "To help support you joining the right part of CrowdDoing for you, please use this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftd6E0tyV2uq7mMty1rZ80BB2MSGhbnof9gRBvaQXbrttIkg/viewform?usp=sf_link" The only way CrowdDoing.world can realize its impact potential is through virtual volunteers,service learners(http://blog.reframeit.com/service-learning-and-skilled-volunteering/), and micro-leaders (https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/) coming together. See this brief video aboutMicro-leadership at CrowdDoing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhdB2YJ8Ocs&app=desktop). Micro-leadership means that each person adopts a dimension of responsibility for a collective problem in our society through collaborating on that area creatively individually and together through social innovation. You are also welcome to see more background on CrowdDoing at our Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoL7fai7oa95fBo44FC0gA?sub_confirmation=1). Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/crowddoing.world/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CrowdDoing-515295062320613) , LinkedIn ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/18910309/ ). You can see a CrowdDoing Volunteering FAQ here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zCkbEQX8PHh8k85BS0iIhsJJxADqdH3Kpn1PDbI1Uno/edit?usp=sharing

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Gathering youth sports information - remote opportunity

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) is seeking a virtual volunteer to assist with a project. The volunteer/intern will research and compile a list of all existing state and national laws related to youth sports. The laws could be about concussions, training requirements (for example, the SafeSport Authorization Act child abuse training law), background checks, and other related topics. We estimate the project will take no more than 10 hours. NAYS can provide internship credit hours.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Virtual Children's Advocates-Tutors, Teachers, Mental Health Specialists

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Just Speak is seeking: Volunteer tutors in English, mathematics, reading, and science to assist students with class and homework. These volunteers will receive trauma-informed training/guidelines. Volunteer Child Advocates who are social workers or mental health specialists with previous experience with children and youth to facilitate our trauma-informed programs (play and sensory based activities). Volunteer Yoga & Mindfulness instructors to facilitate groups for 1) ages 3-5 2) ages 6-9 3) ages 10-12 4) ages 13-17 Due to impacts of COVID-19, there will be small class size, social distancing yoga and dance classes in addition to the virtual class. All MICHIGAN Volunteer Applicants must complete an application found here: https://www.jotform.com/JustSpeakInc/volunteer, submit a resume and have a completed DHS Clearance. If you are not in Michigan, please complete the application found here: https://www.jotform.com/JustSpeakInc/jsvirtualapplication.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Financial Officer, CrowdDoing

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Financial Officer, CrowdDoing Bobby Fishkin (via Reframe It), Marc Rand, and Mark Moulton have been developing a complementary way to approach making Bay Area housing accessible. CrowdDoing, a joint initiative between Reframe It and Match4Action Foundation is supporting zero-subsidy affordable housing. Zero subsidy affordable housing is possible, and variations of it work now in the real world. Anti-poverty impact investable housing through equity rather than debt is achieved by separating appreciation value from utilization value of assets. Property rights can be fractured in service and support of stakeholder interest. As one example, for more than fifty years, Stanford University has made such an arrangement for their off-campus housing for professors. Our notion is that such an arrangement could be offered by an administered investment pool to buyers of a fraction of a home’s appreciation value, combined with the right to live in the home. We suggest that there are investors who could find viable this kind of impact investment in real estate, based on appreciation value but not use value for life of tenant/owners. This might be an innovation in housing affordability that could provide a substantial fraction of the population who cannot currently be housed in existing markets within region a housing opportunity. Stanford buys half of the appreciation value of each home but not the use value on behalf of the university through a mortgage participation agreement structure. Our goal is a zero subsidy means of scaling affordable housing inspired by how Stanford has supported off campus professor housing over the last 50 years. Housing inclusion, Transportation inclusion, FAQ:How is this different from down payment assistance? One is that it's not just the down payment, it could be as much as 2/3rds of the value of the house, not 5% of the value of the house, or 10%. You can see some of the distinctions here- https://www.huduser.gov/portal/periodicals/em/fall12/highlight3.html . Why is this approach needed when there are other kinds of affordable housing? Because there is not enough for families making middle-incomes. FAQ: Why is this approach more efficient then other mechanisms for affordable housing? Because by bringing equity sharing agreement to scale market rate capital can subsize affordability anywhere in which land constraints are significant barriers such as islands, bays and due to mountains. Pooled equity is 100 times more leveraged because market rate capital becomes self-subsidizing of affordable home fractional ownership. FAQ: How do impact investors get out liquid from such an investment structure? Our goal is to create a long hold, holding company. Protects from the environment, insulated as liquidity is self-liquifying as holding company. Property rights in our culture of practice and law integrate many different rights together. These include: the initial value for which an asset was purchased , the appreciation value of the asset over time, and the year-round use-value of the asset. This unity of property rights places vulnerable people between 40% of average annual income and 150% of average annual income in this region at risk of being unstably housed. This instability is due to having a too large portion of their annual income paid to housing expenses. Housing costs 2 to 3 times too much for these people to afford. Within that range of incomes, zero subsidy affordable housing strategies can be of exceptional impact potential. Now, when a family buys a home or apartment, they must almost always buy the whole home. Usually those who do not own homes, rent them. Those who are first time home buyers get a mortgage for the full value of the home. This model w\ould use mortgage participation agreements with qualified families that would allow the fund to buy a fraction of the value of the home (at time of future sale) while allowing the family who buys the rest of the value of the home the right to live there by financing their fraction or arranging to live rent free. A publicly traded fund could buy fractions of the future sale prices of homes. The investors could sell to the fund simply by liquidating their shares. An open issuance of shares could allow more impact investors to invest and through these purchases of shares in the fund, more homes could be purchased. If half the appreciation value of each home was not owned by families, because less money would need to be borrowed, then families could have more secure housing. A publicly traded fund that is designed to leverage mortgage participation agreements to make home ownership more accessible to first-time buyers could attract impact investment. In San Francisco, the median home price is $824,600. The median 20 percent down payment is $164,920. http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/01/16/a-silicon-valley-down-payment-could-buy-you-an-entire-house-in-much-of-the-u-s/ . At a 4% interest rate over 30 years that means a monthly payment of $3,934. But suppose that a first time home owner is only buying half of the value of a home - 40% of the appreciated value, and 100% of the right to live there? Suppose that first-time buyer is not paying rent to the passive impact investors who have bought a percentage of the future purchase price of the home. Then their monthly payments would be $1,967. Such a Fund would have an open issuance to secure additional investors. If investors could be attracted based on the overall rise in book value of the real estate being owned compared to other regions in the world, the affordable housing fund could be both economically attractive and impactful. Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Financial Officer, CrowdDoing We are looking for a Finance Officer to take charge of the financial health of our company by administering accounting operations to meet legal requirements. You should be familiar with audits, invoices and budget preparations. Our ideal candidate demonstrates interest in managing accounting activities, including bank reconciliations, accounts payable and accounts receivable. You should also have excellent organizational skills and be able to handle time-sensitive tasks. Ultimately, you’ll be responsible for the day-to-day management of our financial transactions and procedures. Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Financial Officer, CrowdDoing Responsibilities Keep accurate records for all daily transactions Prepare balance sheets Process invoices Record accounts payable and accounts receivable Update internal systems with financial data Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports Reconcile bank statements Participate in financial audits Track bank deposits and payments Assist with budget preparation Review and implement financial policies Zero Subsidy Affordable Housing Volunteer Financial Officer, CrowdDoing Requirements Proven work experience as a Finance Officer or similar role Solid knowledge of financial and accounting procedures Experience using financial software Advanced MS Excel skills Knowledge of financial regulations Excellent analytical and numerical skills Sharp time management skills Strong ethics, with an ability to manage confidential data BSc degree in Finance, Accounting or Economics Professional qualification as a CFA/CPA is considered a plus "To help support you joining the right part of CrowdDoing for you, please use this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftd6E0tyV2uq7mMty1rZ80BB2MSGhbnof9gRBvaQXbrttIkg/viewform?usp=sf_link" The only way CrowdDoing.world can realize its impact potential is through virtual volunteers,service learners(http://blog.reframeit.com/service-learning-and-skilled-volunteering/), and micro-leaders (https://real-leaders.com/leveraging-micro-leadership-to-make-aspirational-goals-achievable/) coming together. See this brief video aboutMicro-leadership at CrowdDoing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhdB2YJ8Ocs&app=desktop). Micro-leadership means that each person adopts a dimension of responsibility for a collective problem in our society through collaborating on that area creatively individually and together through social innovation. You are also welcome to see more background on CrowdDoing at our Youtube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoL7fai7oa95fBo44FC0gA?sub_confirmation=1). Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/crowddoing.world/), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CrowdDoing-515295062320613) , LinkedIn ( https://www.linkedin.com/company/18910309/ ). You can see a CrowdDoing Volunteering FAQ here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zCkbEQX8PHh8k85BS0iIhsJJxADqdH3Kpn1PDbI1Uno/edit?usp=sharing

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • English to FRENCH translator- Virtual Volunteer Positon

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Project Details Haiti-Now is dedicated to empowering Haitian girls living in domestic servitude to overcome poverty and exploitation to achieve economic security. When onboarding your first assignment will be to start a fundraising campaign. Haiti Now will provide further guidance for you to have a quick and successful fundraiser. Role brief: We are seeing an experienced English/FRENCH translator to TRANSLATE INTERNAL DOCUMENTS Responsibilities: Carefully listens to or reads content including jargon and acronyms in the original language. Understands and analyzes what is being said or written, and the message, intent, and nuances being communicated. Reproduces statements or questions in the desired output language. Protects the confidentiality of the information and adheres to any related ethical or professional codes. Performs other related duties as assigned Qualifications/Requirements: Applicants would be assessed on their fluency in FRENCH speaking and writing. Fluency in, and thorough understanding of, the primary language(s) being translated: The FRENCH must be the mother tongue. Superior verbal and written communication skills in applicable languages. Excellent listening skills and auditory recall as needed to remember spoken words and accurately reproduce them in the desired language. Ability to commit Volunteering for 5+ hour/ week Preferred skills: Knowledge of Slack, Trello, and Google drive.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • High schoolers: tutor online basic English to kids in Latin America

    with SynYouth
    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    If you’re a fluent English high schooler or college student who is comfortable having a conversation in Spanish, then you’re perfect for tutoring basic English to kids in Latin America! Classes are 1-on-1 and are taught online via Zoom weekly for an hour. As a SynYouth tutor, you will be provided with an easy-to-follow curriculum created by a professional ESL teacher, including straightforward grammar lessons, simple vocabulary lists, and engaging activities for you and the student. If you’re interested, sign up at www.synyouth.org/tutor-sign-up :)

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Movement Therapist with Advanced Dance Choreographer skills

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Just Speak is a 501 c 3 nonprofit providing trauma-informed programs to youth ages 3-17, and training to individuals, groups, and organizations provide services to them, including schools. In response to the pandemic, our programs are virtual. Our dance & movement therapist must be able to choreograph and teach hip hop, contemporary and jazz to elementary, middle school and high school students. This volunteer must be able to teach movement as it relates to strengthening the body and building resilience. All Just Speak volunteers must agree to background checks.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! -Community Service Hours Available!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Okay volunteers, Savannah has created her newest and biggest volunteer opportunity program! About us: My Charity 4 Kid’s was created in honor of Savannah Chesney born 8/16/1996. She was Born blind and later diagnosed with ASPERGER’S SYNDROME. Savannah’s Dad and her brother Matthew are her Super HERO’S! Doctors gave her little Hope for vision or for any cognitive abilities. Today! Savannah is legally blind, can see her Dad, is a computer savvy video maker editor, has her own YouTube Channel and the creator of Savannah’s Cards 4 Kids, Cakes 4 Kids, and Now Savannah’s Superhero Cookies! -Super HERO Card's- Create your Cards for anyone that you think is a Super Hero for doing something Special or for being a Hero to someone. Be sure to take Pictures and or a short video clip showing your Super hero and Why he|she should be Honored by us on our Web Site! It can be Anyone! Friend's ,Family,School students, Work place people,Fire Fighters,Police Officers ,someone you read about in the News. Tell Savannah who your Super HERO is and why! And get listed on her website Gallery! WWW.MyCharity4kids.org MONTHLY WINNERS for My Hero stories, read about it on our website. * Our cookies will be made with: Super ALL-NATURAL ingredients Gluten FREE Organic and/or NON-GMO ingredients Compassion in EVERY BITE! WE will be Offering our Cookies to Volunteers as part of the Super HERO Cookie Program.Volunteers will set up their Bake SALE! A Small Donation will be asked for our -ALL NATURAL COOKIES- 1-2 Dozen Cookies per Volunteer. -Be one of America’s Super Hero’s- Whose HERO were you TODAY? * Community Service Hours available for this volunteer opportunity. Be part of America’s Newest, Biggest, and most Exciting Volunteer opportunity ever created! Written and created by Savannah ,Mark and Matthew Chesney; volunteer@mycharity4kids. (c) 2018 by My Charity 4 Kids/Volunteer One. All Rights Reserved

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! -Community Service Hours Available

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    -Community Service Hours Available! Okay volunteers, Welcome to Savannah's "On-Line Educational Volunteer Opportunities! -Super HERO Card's- Create your Cards for anyone that you think is a Super Hero for doing something Special or for being a Hero to someone. It can be Anyone! Friends, Family, School friends, Work, someone you read about in the News. Tell Savannah who your Super HERO is and why! And get listed on her website. WWW.MyCharity4kids.org -Be one of America’s Super Hero’s-. Whose HERO were you TODAY? volunteer@mycharity4kids. 561.223.9717 (c) 2018 by My Charity 4 Kids/Volunteer One. All Rights Reserved

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Volunteer Committee for Asian Young Professionals

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    My Friends Place NY Inc was formed by a group of young Asian professionals based in Brooklyn. Our mission is to empower underserved youths and their families through learning opportunities and youth development programs to help them become self-sufficient and increase awareness of mental health. We are currently looking for enthusiastic and motivated Asian young professionals in NYC to join our PAL (professional Asian leaders) committee. The goal of the committee is to utilize everyone's talent and network to "do something" to help the next generation of Asian youths. We welcomed any ideas and make it happen! Our committee also serves as a platform for Asian young professionals to network and make new friends. Fundraising - recruit potential donors, plans and assists fundraising events, tap into network resources for partnership, and in-kind support Recruitment - assist in recruiting more members/volunteers to join the committee, represent the committee in other social/networking events Event Planning - assist with planning for various events Finance - keep track of the finances within the committee General - helps out in anyway you can

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • The Domestic Violence Shelter, Inc. Wish List

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    Help us provide necessities to families impacted by Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking through donating household and grocery essentials. Mission: The Mission of The Domestic Violence Shelter, Inc. is to build a peaceful community by providing safety, education and supportive services while empowering survivors and those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. Often, families flee from a dangerous situation with nothing but the clothes on their backs. In an effort to overcome this barrier The Shelter provides all necessities to families residing in shelter. This includes, but is not limited to: food, hygiene items, bedding, clothing, cleaning supplies and baby items. The Shelter is a non-profit organization so we rely on donations from our generous community to be able to provide these necessities to survivors. Volunteer Role and Responsibilities- When you express interest for this opportunity we will follow-up with how to purchase supplies through our Amazon Wish List or how to schedule a donation drop-off. Urgent Needs- Grocery gift cards and gas gift cards, hygiene items (soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, feminine products), cleaning supplies, paper goods (toilet paper, paper towels and facial tissue), baby items (diapers, wipes and formula), and non-perishable food items.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Social Media Coordinator

    This is a virtual opportunity
    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    We are looking for an experienced social media coordinator who can work independently and virtually to raise awareness, support, and increase our online presence on multiple platforms using innovative social media campaigns, with a vibrant and forward-thinking approach, with a passion to inspire others, and promoting our mission, vision, and values. Driven and motivate to increased audience engagement and generate more followers. In addition to the role, the Social Media Coordinator will collaborate with the Marketing Director, Volunteer Coordinator, and Community Outreach Coordinator (s).

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
Dated Opportunities
  • Experienced Grant Writer and Fundraiser

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, September 28, 2020 - Mon, November 30, 2020

    This is an unpaid position for fundraiser and grant-writer for the benefit of providing free STEM educational opportunities for low-income, underserved, and underrepresented students in grades K through 12. Our programs are intended to spark STEM interest and curiosity to build a STEM pipeline to help close the STEM gender and racial inequality gaps. Job Duties: Prepare grant proposals, beginning by performing research. Develop proposals, familiarize with PST programs, goals and financial needs. 3. Look into potential funding sources. 4. Compile all the information needed, compose and send the proposals. 5. Maintain records to track the proposals, provide any additional information requested by grant-making organization. Educational Requirements: 1.A bachelor's degree in communications, English, professional writing or a similar major, college students are encouraged to apply. 2. Outstanding grammar and research skills are essential. 3. Certificates in grant writing that complement a bachelor's degree or graduate programs in nonprofit management preferred. 4.Need skills to meet tight deadlines and have the ability to do extensive research. Please send resume/cv to info@pinkspacetheory.com.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Volunteer Lawyer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 12, 2020 - Mon, December 21, 2020

    A Free Bird is a 501(C)(3)non-profit organization based in New York City. Our focus is to provide children, ages 4-18 who are patients or survivors of juvenile cancer, the opportunity to explore their artistic passions and give them the strength to fight their disease. We believe that artistic expression is critical for healing! A Free Bird supports children affected by cancer in their exploration of art, music, acting, poetry, writing, singing, and any other artistic passion they may have. Currently seeking a lawyer to help our organization with any legal actions that we may take or have taken against us. We have forms that we would need for you to look into and let us know if they are acceptable or how to rewrite them ourselves. Due to the coronavirus COVID-19, this will be a remote work from home position. A Free Bird is building our services even on this difficult time of the coronavirus to provide the best services to the children and are looking for self- motivated and hardworking individuals. Proper at-home working capabilities include Laptop, SmartPhone, and connection to WiFi/internet. Must be available to have a phone/video conversation at least once per week.

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Marketing, Press, Media, & Communications

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, October 23, 2020 - Sat, December 5, 2020

    We really need your help! Marketing, Press, Media, and Communications outreach is so important for every single organization! It is also very time consuming. Working as a team gets EVERYONE MOTIVATED! You can help us today! Please, Please volunteer. Call us! Email us. Get involved. Take a moment to visit our website and see what we are all about. We offer FREE music lessons to underprivileged children and seniors, we do annual toy drives, and musical spectaculars. We are a fine arts and humanities 501(c)(3) charity. Tasks will include: Marketing Public Relations Media Outreach Television and Radio communications. Fundraising Creating media kits Cold Calling. If you have any skills that could help us in this area, please contact us now! :)

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • Holiday Helpers

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, October 20, 2020 - Fri, January 15, 2021

    Bridges to Independence is looking for some Holiday Helpers this year to help us get some "secret santas" to sponsor a family! With your help, Bridges will be able to bring the holiday spirit to all our families in need! While you aren't the sponsor yourself, you are helping us recruit people to become family sponsors. Through this role, you can even do a bit of fundraising to help raise money for a family and get them sponsored through your active network of friends, families, and colleagues. How can you help bring the holiday spirit to a family in need? I'm glad you asked! We ask you to post biweekly, at least, on your social media about Bridges' work or about homelessness and how the community is able to help. If you want to post more than that, go for it! We encourage you to take this project and run with it. Bridges will equip you with a communications guide and some pre-made posts to help you get started. We welcome and encourage you to make your own social media posts. AND/OR You can also create an advocacy campaign page on Bridges' fundraising platform so you can direct your network there to raise money for a family in need. We will give you more information about this if you reach out or sign up. AND/OR Another option you have is to encourage people to sponsor a family with gift cards this holiday season ($50 per child and $100 per parent). There's a couple ways we think may be an easy for you to do this: 1) Host a virtual game of Gift Card Bingo to get people excited to donate, 2) create a Gift Card Giving Tree (we have examples for you), and/or play bingo on your social media platform (you'll have a bingo card and ask people to give you the amounts or gift cards you need to win). If you have any questions, please do reach out to volunteer@bridges2.org so we can answer them! If you already know this is the volunteer role for you, hit the sign up button now!

    Date Posted: October 23, 2020
  • College Success Mentor

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, October 21, 2020 - Fri, November 6, 2020

    DREAM, an award-winning youth development program, is seeking dedicated volunteers to serve as College Success Mentors for our Alumni Program, known as the Legends Program. Designed to assist first-year students in their transition to college, volunteer College Success Mentors will provide support and resources intended to increase academic success, build character, and improve student engagement with their university. What You’ll Do Deliver support and guidance as students work to form communities, get involved on campus, and access campus resources. Communicate student’s progress with DREAM staff. Serve as a role model and build positive relationships with mentee. What We’re Looking For Strong understanding of the challenges low-income students face as they transition to college life; Possess enthusiasm, empathy, and patience; Ability to make a year-long commitment; Previous experience working with young adults; Bachelor’s Degree and 2+ years of Career experience in their respective fields. Hours: Volunteer mentors commit to communicating with their mentee (email/phone chat) once a week, and participating in a program at DREAM 1-2 times per semester. Commitment One year. Open Recruitment Season: August- October DREAM provides equal opportunity for all volunteers.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Web Developer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, October 23, 2020 - Tue, December 1, 2020

    Hi! We are looking for an experienced web developer who can custom develop our site using JavaScript, HTML, Web GL, Google Analytics, and Google tag management. We are creating an innovative drug prevention initiative by using cutting edge technology and the power of storytelling to help our kids. We need your help getting this message onto our website! Looking forward to having you join our amazing team and exciting initiative! Skills: Knowledge of current WordPress standards and functionality Familiar with the Elementor Ability to take part in a few meetings throughout the project. Strong technical and non-technical communication skills. This is a volunteer position. Please contact us at archana@wonderseedfoundation.org

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Project-Based Graphic Designer Volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, October 28, 2020 - Mon, November 9, 2020

    A Free Bird is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization based in New York City. Our organization provides children diagnosed with cancer the opportunity to explore their artistic passions and give them the strength to fight their disease. Artistic expression has been proven to play an instrumental role in the healing process. We support children affected by cancer in their exploration of a range of self expression such as art, music, acting, poetry, writing, singing and much more! Job Description This is a project-based role that consists of designing and creating graphics to meet specific needs of the Multimedia department. We are seeking a specialized individual with proper animator skills that is well versed with transitions. The designer will be involved for the duration of the project, about 3 weeks, and will work closely with multimedia managers and Founder. Responsibilities Assist Multimedia Manager with building a few transitional graphics and lower 3rd titles. Assist Multimedia team with animations and revisions. Utilize Photoshop to create layouts, CADS, and design web graphics, Utilize Illustrator to create vector objects, print files, and marketing materials. Utilize InDesign to create automatic catalogs and other materials. Update and maintain databases, schedule meetings, and answer emails. Qualifications Ability to pay attention to detail and maintain quality of work while managing multiple projects. Strong proficiency in Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. Up to date portfolio. Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal). Ability to adjust to changing work conditions and effectively multitask. Ability to use Microsoft Office and Google Suite, specifically Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Drive Responsible, detail oriented, and organized. Additional Information Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 and its severity, the organization has committed to working remotely. We care about our interns/volunteers’ health and we will adapt to the new working environment accordingly. Proper at-home working capabilities include laptop, smartphone, and connection to WiFi/internet. Must be available to have a phone/video conversation at least once per week.

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Virtual Volunteer Opportunities with The Laurel Foundation

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, September 19, 2020 - Tue, December 8, 2020

    We are a nonprofit dedicated to empowering the lives of at-risk children, youth and families affected by HIV/AIDS and transgender/gender diverse youth. As I am sure you know, COVID has caused us to pause our in-person events and move to a virtual platform which has been highly successful! We have many virtual programs designed to teach our kids valuable life skills, critical thinking, build self-esteem, and much more. Our programs also offer volunteers an unique opportunity to grow, personally and professionally. These are our virtual programs we are hosting with our kids and families through the rest of the year. Please email Lisa to get involved: LHardiman@Laurel-Foundation.org

    Date Posted: October 22, 2020
  • Join the Host Committee for Maya's Hope VIRTUAL Lotus Ball 2020

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, September 15, 2020 - Wed, November 18, 2020

    We are looking for amazing and exceptional individuals to join our host committee for the Maya's Hope Virtual Lotus Ball on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. Maya's Hope improves the quality of life of disadvantaged, orphaned and extremely impoverished children around the world. This will be the 9th Annual Gala for Maya's Hope and you can help us raise $75,000! We are looking for individuals from a wide array of backgrounds: law, medicine, entrepreneurs, real estate, finance and those who want to make a difference! Here's what is required: -Purchase your ticket upon joining ($200.00) - Attend and actively participate in a majority of VIRTUAL Committee Meetings (Zoom or calls) - Commit to raising a minimum of $1,500 for the Gala through sponsorships, ticket sales, and auction items with the goal of securing at least one sponsor, one live auction item - Solicit sponsorships from at least five companies - Solicit in-kind donations such as graphic design and photography services, discounted printing, -Be Ambassadors of Maya's Hope -Have integrity and show respect to all volunteers, members of the committee, board and humankind :) If you meet these criteria, please send an email explaining why you would like to join and please attach a copy of your resume or LinkedIn page. Please email maya@mayashope.org. If selected, you will be part of an extraordinary event that directly impacts the lives of the children we serve. We understand that not everyone has the time and resources to meet these expectations but still have a desire to help. To this end, there are other volunteer opportunities available for those individuals who are unable to commit to the full list of tasks outlined above.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Seeking Fencing Instructor to teach fencing classes to young kids

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, January 1, 2021 - Mon, March 22, 2021

    Title: Seeking Fencing Instructor to teach a fencing program/classes to young kids About the organization: Learning Strategies Prep is a 501c nonprofit organization in special education services in New York. We provide summer camp and after school programs to students. Job Description/your role: Seeking an experienced and creative Fencing Instructor for an on-line fencing program. This would be a volunteer position. Instructor/teacher will teach fencing classes to kids. Class meets 1 day per week for 1 and a half hours. Teach kids basic fencing skills, such as footwork, fun dodging activities, the rules and safety of fencing, foiling, striking tactics, and more Due to safety, there is NO HARD HITTING with swords allowed. Kids Must wear equipment all times during sparring to protect themselves, body, and face. LSP provides all materials/supplies to parents and their kids (you do not have to purchase materials/supplies) Program runs 2 months long or 11 weeks, starting January 1 st 2020 and ending March 2021. Time: After School hours, anytime from 2pm to 4:30pm Location: via ZOOM, virtual classroom Prep Work, you run your own classes and create your own lesson plans. Outside of class time, if needed, is Only 1 hour per week, to prep a lesson or create a lesson plan/activity for kids Job Requirements: 2 years of experience with fencing and martial arts--, knowing the rules and safety of the game and how to get points *1 year of teaching fencing or private lessons to kids (elementary or middle school age) Teaches and practices fencing Safety a ZOOM account and computer is required *You must have and bring your own fencing equipment *You must have patience with young kids *Must motivate and encourage (positive feedback to kids) by building up kids’ self-esteem and confidence through their achievements Please email your cover letter, stating your work experience with kids and why you are applying to the Fencing Instructor position, and your resume. Thank you for your interest! (Note to VolunteerMatch: This program addresses Covid 19 by providing kids with an after school program that is on-line).

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Program Evaluator

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, September 18, 2020 - Mon, December 14, 2020

    Destiny’s Daughters of Promise (DDP) is a Non-profit organization in Georgia that provides programs and opportunities for young women to excel in leadership, community involvement, education, and personal growth and development. DDP seeks a qualified candidate to support our Program Evaluation team in the monitoring and evaluation of DDP Education programs. The successful candidate will support the development and implementation of performance measures, logic models, data collection methods, and reporting systems for the organization. The Program Evaluator is responsible for the following tasks, in addition to other tasks that directly support and ensure the success of DDP programming: Assist in designing specific data collection instruments/tools to evaluate the students, coaches and program such as pre/post-tests surveys, assessments, interview guides, and focus group protocols Assist in the implementation of the evaluation process Conduct evaluation activities developed by the Program Evaluation team including the development of effective data collection, monitoring, and reporting systems. Will collect and evaluate facts, coordinate with quantitative, qualitative to develop and execute evaluation projects and will be able to translate evaluation findings into actionable programmatic and policy recommendations Work closely with Program Evaluation Manager to provide outcome information for proposal writing and author text for evaluation plans Assist in the development of reports for the Board of Directors, Executive Director, Program Director, and community partners Perform additional tasks as assigned by supervisor Requirements: Must be currently pursuing a degree in Program Evaluation, Research, Psychology, Nonprofit Management, or related field Recent graduates, graduate students, and professionals eligible Demonstrated desire and ability to design, plan, organize, implement evaluation projects. Including, but not limited to, needs assessments, program evaluation, research studies using primary or secondary datasets, data analysis and interpretation Experience using management information systems or data collection and monitoring systems in education-related programs. Demonstrated ability to manage, clean, and analyze evaluation datasets. Experience with facilitating internal and external stakeholder groups to foster planning and decision-making Preferred Strong knowledge of quantitative and qualitative evaluation approaches and data collection techniques. Proficient in the use of Google Suite (Mail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides), MS Office products (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and online survey software. Must have strong organizational, analytical, and oral and written communication skills; project management, group facilitation, and interpersonal skills.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Tutor (AP Chemistry)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, October 21, 2020 - Fri, December 18, 2020

    **Tutors can be located in any US location - this is a remote position** To apply, there are 3 STEPS: email resume, complete an application at BGCMe.org AND call (732) 707-7336 for immediate consideration. BGCM is seeking a virtual tutor to support our high school students. The tutor will be responsible for providing exceptional virtual tutoring instruction, student mentorship and subject matter expertise in AP Chemistry. This opportunity is directly addressing the impacts of COVID-19 that students are experiencing by receiving inadequate support from teachers during remote learning. Experience: Teaching/Tutoring, 1 year (Required) Education: Enrolled in bachelor's degree program or bachelor's degree obtained (Required) Job Responsibilities: Familiarity with virtual learning platforms. Engage with students in a friendly and professional manner requesting information about the course, activity, and/or specific content so they can quickly serve the student’s needs. Respond to student questions in a positive, supportive manner, giving as detailed explanations as possible. Guide the student through content and/or processes to obtain correct answers. Be vigilant to signs that the student is asking for help on assessment (quizzes and test) questions and setting the expectation with students that tutors will provide assistance as needed and clarify what the assessment questions are asking. Redirect students to appropriate to their teacher (when applicable) for questions relating to their specific course. Provide brief written summary/progress report to parents and students after each session has concluded Other duties as assigned. Job Details: Dates: 10/21/2020-12/18/2020 Schedule: Flexible (based on student and tutor's availability) Subjects Covered: AP Chemistry Job Qualifications and Requirements: Adheres to the professional teaching obligations and be a subject matter expert in high school AP Chemistry. Fosters a positive and motivating environment for students. Provide student feedback in a manner that supports learning. Actively listens and delivers information in a clear, compelling and concise manner. Attention to detail when typing with minimal spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors. Ability to multitask between multiple windows, students, and courses. Regular and predictable attendance. Education and/or Experience: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree or enrollment in a Bachelor's Degree program is required. Minimum of one year experience tutoring secondary mathematics Teaching license is a plus Strong technical expertise. Must be familiar with using a computer and have experience with Zoom and Google Meets

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Black History Content Editor

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, September 18, 2020 - Mon, December 14, 2020

    Destiny’s Daughters of Promise is a Non-profit organization in Georgia that provides programs and opportunities for young women to excel in leadership, community involvement, education, and personal growth and development. The Black History Content Editor supports DDP in its mission to provide an accessible Black History curriculum to adolescent and college-aged program participants. This person works in collaboration with curriculum development and program evaluation teams to provide support to projects and programming. Working under the direction of the Curriculum Development Coordinator and Content Writer, the Content Editor is responsible for the following tasks, in addition to other tasks that directly support and ensure the success of the Black History program. Revise content for accuracy, consistency, style, clarity, and grade-level appropriateness. Collaborate with Curriculum Development and Program Evaluation teams to ensure the release of high quality products. Complete tasks in a timely manner to meet an agreed upon deadline. Requirements Must be currently pursuing a degree in Education or any relevant subject area (i.e. Sociology, African American Studies, History, Anthropology, English etc.) Recent graduates, graduate students, and professionals eligible Experience with MS Office products; experience with Adobe products a plus Familiarity with Common Core State Standards a plus Meticulous approach to work and an eye for detail while maintaining a perspective of the totality of the project Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines while maintaining the quality of the product Ability to follow explicit instructions consistently but also to exercise good judgement when making work-related decisions Excellent communication skills, including writing, proofreading, and speaking Ability to positively receive and implement constructive feedback Ability to collaborate effectively with peers

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Social media/Video editor

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, October 21, 2020 - Sat, October 31, 2020

    Creative Emajinations is seeking a video editor to help with editing and merging dance videos to create a complication the videos will then be posted on our YouTube channel that the volunteer will help assist in creating and establishing a backdrop adding words and other content to the videos for a particular event. We will need additional assistance in helping to do the same with dance videos from our instructors that teach dance to youth.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Black History Curriculum Content Writer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, September 18, 2020 - Mon, December 14, 2020

    Destiny’s Daughters of Promise is a Non-profit organization in Georgia that provides programs and opportunities for young women to excel in leadership, community involvement, education, and personal growth and development. The Black History Content Writer supports DDP in its mission to provide an accessible Black History curriculum to adolescent and college-aged program participants. This person works in collaboration with curriculum development and program evaluation teams to provide support to projects and programming. Working under the direction of the Curriculum Development Coordinator, Content Editor is responsible for the following tasks, in addition to other tasks that directly support and ensure the success of the Black History program: Develop detailed lesson plans that are adaptable for online learning Collaborate with the curriculum development team to ensure the curriculum shares a common voice Develop formative and summative assessments that accurately monitor student progress Facilitate the preparation of materials, such as activities, projects, study guides, and teacher's notes that align with the lessons Work collaboratively with fellow content writers to edit and improve lessons Requirements: Must be currently pursuing a degree in Education or any relevant subject area (i.e. Sociology, African American Studies, History, Anthropology, English etc.) Recent graduates, graduate students, and professionals eligible An experienced, dynamic, educator with high school and/or elementary curriculum writing experience. Someone with deep knowledge of research-based curriculum approaches and effective assessment strategies. Familiarity with Common Core State Standards a plus At experience writing curriculum that has been used in the online, public, or private school environment Communication and interpersonal skills Tech proficiency: PowerPoint, Word, Google Suite

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Math Tutor (Algebra)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, October 21, 2020 - Fri, December 18, 2020

    **Tutors can be located in any US location - this is a remote position** To apply, there are 3 STEPS: email resume, complete an application at BGCMe.org AND call (732) 707-7336 for immediate consideration. BGCM is seeking a virtual tutor to support our middle school students. The tutor will be responsible for providing exceptional virtual tutoring instruction, student mentorship and subject matter expertise in Algebra. This opportunity is directly addressing the impacts of COVID-19 that students are experiencing by receiving inadequate support from teachers during remote learning. Experience: Teaching/Tutoring, 1 year (Required) Education: Enrolled in bachelor's degree program or bachelor's degree obtained (Required) Job Responsibilities: Familiarity with virtual learning platforms. Engage with students in a friendly and professional manner requesting information about the course, activity, and/or specific content so they can quickly serve the student’s needs. Respond to student questions in a positive, supportive manner, giving as detailed explanations as possible. Guide the student through content and/or process to find answers to math questions. Be vigilant to signs the student is asking for help on, regarding assessment (quizzes and test) questions and setting the expectation with students that tutors will help clarify what the assessment questions are asking, provide parallel problems, or guide the student back to course content. Redirect students to appropriate to their teacher (when applicable) for questions relating to their specific course. Provide brief written summary/progress report to parents and students after each session has concluded Other duties as assigned. Job Details: Dates: 10/21/2020-12/18/20 Schedule: Flexible (based on student and tutor's availability) Subjects Covered: Algebra Job Qualifications and Requirements: Adheres to the professional teaching obligations and be a subject matter expert in secondary mathematics. Fosters a positive and motivating environment for students. Provide student feedback in a manner that supports learning. Actively listens and delivers information in a clear, compelling and concise manner. Attention to detail when typing with minimal spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors. Ability to multitask between multiple windows, students, and courses. Regular and predictable attendance. Education and/or Experience: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree or enrollment in a Bachelor's Degree program is required. Minimum of one year experience tutoring secondary mathematics Teaching license is a plus Strong technical expertise. Must be familiar with using a computer and have experience with Zoom and Google Meets

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Phone Banking for Child Nutrition Outreach

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, November 10, 2020 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

    Volunteer with HFA to help connect families to food assistance! Register here, https://hungervolunteer.volunteerhub.com/event/index/12620068. HUNGER FREE AMERICA is a nonpartisan, national nonprofit group working to enact the policies and programs needed to end domestic hunger and ensure that all Americans have sufficient access to nutritious food. During the COVID-19 pandemic, countless families have faced unprecedented circumstances that have caused financial strain and limited access to basic amenities like food and shelter. The HFA phone banking initiative serves to connect families with information and resources to support them during these times. ***This is an entirely virtual event that requires a time commitment of 2 hours. Volunteer Duties Provide vital food resources and information over the phone. Keep track of calls made. A list will be provided to volunteers with the names and contact information of individuals to reach out to. A basic overview of the programs and resources will be reviewed at the start of the event. A script for calling will be provided. Volunteers are welcome to use personal devices to make calls. If you would like to ensure privacy, it is recommended that volunteers set up a free Google Voice account prior to the event (https://voice.google.com/u/0/signup). Register here, https://hungervolunteer.volunteerhub.com/event/index/12620068.

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Engage Your Group in Holiday Giving with Foundation Communities

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, November 11, 2020 - Tue, December 15, 2020

    Whether you are a company, family, civic or faith group, we want to help you engage your network in Foundation Communities' Holiday Assistance Program! Giving as a group helps members feel part of a community and that their support has collective impact. We're raising funds from November through December 15, 2020, to support residents living at our affordable housing communities all over Austin. Funds raised will be given directly to residents as gift cards, so they can purchase what their families most need this year. We need your help to make the holidays brighter for an estimated 475 households, including more than 1,000 kids! Including families like Angela’s, a single mom of two teen boys. Watch Angela’s story at youtube.com/watch?v=besvAFrgk3s We’re doing it all online this year to keep everyone as safe as possible. For the first 50 groups committing to raise $1,500 or more, we will set up a personalized fundraising page with your logo or photo and a barometer showing progress towards your goal. In November and December, you'll receive weekly communications with stories and resources to share. You'll also receive periodic reports on gifts received during and at the conclusion of the campaign. Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/FCHAP2020 Additional benefits include: Logo or Name included in the acknowledgement section of the Holiday Program page. Social media shout out when group meets its goal. A personalized thank you card from a Foundation Communities family if you sign up by November 20. Opportunity to send personalized holiday cards to Foundation Communities families if you sign up by November 20. Opportunity to host an Open House for your employees/members. Ready to help make the holidays brighter? Sign up today for a personalized group fundraising pagehttps://forms.gle/LYF8mWuSvfFEi3FP7 at Sign up by November 5 to be included when our campaign starts on November 11! Prefer to make an individual donation? Our online fundraiser will open November 11. Watch foundcom.org or follow us on social media for updates!

    Date Posted: October 21, 2020
  • Giving Tuesday Ambassador

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, October 20, 2020 - Wed, December 2, 2020

    Bridges to Independence is looking for superstar ambassadors to make our Giving Tuesday a success! We know you can be the person to make our Giving Tuesday the best one yet! Giving Tuesday is on December 1st this year and it is a global movement to encourage charitable giving right at the start of the holiday season. This year, Bridges will be starting our campaign early and reaching out to our community and beyond in the hopes to get more eyes on us! This year, as well, is more important than ever because of the negative effect COVID-19 has had on the families Bridges serves. What would you be doing as a Giving Tuesday Ambassador? You will be mainly using social media as your ambassador platform. And we will be helping you out! We will ask that you post at least twice a week on your own social media accounts about Bridges' work and Giving Tuesday. Each post should generate interest in Giving Tuesday and encourage your network to participate! We welcome you to create your own posts, especially if you want to flex your own creative skills. If you want to help, but feel your creative skills aren't up to par, no worries! We will provide you with graphics and a communications guide. The communications guide can help you formulate your own pots. On the day of Giving Tuesday, we ask that you post at least 4 times throughout the day to generate interest and promote giving! After Giving Tuesday, we will provide you with a thank you graphic so you can let your networks know all the good work they have done!

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Phone Banking for Child Nutrition Outreach

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, October 27, 2020 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

    Volunteer with HFA to help connect families to food assistance! Register here, https://hungervolunteer.volunteerhub.com/event/index/12620066. HUNGER FREE AMERICA is a nonpartisan, national nonprofit group working to enact the policies and programs needed to end domestic hunger and ensure that all Americans have sufficient access to nutritious food. During the COVID-19 pandemic, countless families have faced unprecedented circumstances that have caused financial strain and limited access to basic amenities like food and shelter. The HFA phone banking initiative serves to connect families with information and resources to support them during these times. ***This is an entirely virtual event that requires a time commitment of 2 hours. Volunteer Duties Provide vital food resources and information over the phone. Keep track of calls made. A list will be provided to volunteers with the names and contact information of individuals to reach out to. A basic overview of the programs and resources will be reviewed at the start of the event. A script for calling will be provided. Volunteers are welcome to use personal devices to make calls. If you would like to ensure privacy, it is recommended that volunteers set up a free Google Voice account prior to the event (https://voice.google.com/u/0/signup). Register here, https://hungervolunteer.volunteerhub.com/event/index/12620066.

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Become a Special Education Surrogate in MA - Free Online Orientation Training - MA resident

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, December 1, 2020 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

    Are you interested in supporting students in your community? You can help by volunteering to become a Special Education Surrogate Parent (SESP) for a student in state care that requires special education supports and whose parents are unknown or unavailable. These children depend on SESPs to protect their legal right to a free and appropriate education. SESPs serve as appointed decision makers that have the legal authority of a parent or legal guardian to attend and participate in special education team meetings, approve or reject Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and if necessary, file complaints or appeals. On average, the time commitment is only 30-40 hours a year. RTSC hosts FREE Orientation Trainings throughout the state where you will learn about the role of an SESP, how traumatic experiences can impact learning and how to incorporate the appropriate supports into the IEP. Register to attend this training or visit our website at www.fcsn.org/rtsc/ to view our current training schedule for other opportunities. Registration is required. You can register online at http://fcsn.org/rtsc/orientations/ or contact Ivone Rego at irego@fcsn.org or 617-399-8342. (PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR CONTACT PHONE NUMBER.)

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Become a Special Education Surrogate in MA - Free Online Orientation Training - MA resident

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, December 16, 2020 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    Are you interested in supporting students in your community? You can help by volunteering to become a Special Education Surrogate Parent (SESP) for a student in state care that requires special education supports and whose parents are unknown or unavailable. These children depend on SESPs to protect their legal right to a free and appropriate education. SESPs serve as appointed decision makers that have the legal authority of a parent or legal guardian to attend and participate in special education team meetings, approve or reject Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and if necessary, file complaints or appeals. On average, the time commitment is only 30-40 hours a year. RTSC hosts FREE Orientation Trainings throughout the state where you will learn about the role of an SESP, how traumatic experiences can impact learning and how to incorporate the appropriate supports into the IEP. Register to attend this training or visit our website at www.fcsn.org/rtsc/ to view our current training schedule for other opportunities. Registration is required. You can register online at http://fcsn.org/rtsc/orientations/ or contact Ivone Rego at irego@fcsn.org or 617-399-8342. (PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR CONTACT PHONE NUMBER.)

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Become a Special Education Surrogate in MA - Free Online Orientation Training - MA resident

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, December 12, 2020 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM

    Are you interested in supporting students in your community? You can help by volunteering to become a Special Education Surrogate Parent (SESP) for a student in state care that requires special education supports and whose parents are unknown or unavailable. These children depend on SESPs to protect their legal right to a free and appropriate education. SESPs serve as appointed decision makers that have the legal authority of a parent or legal guardian to attend and participate in special education team meetings, approve or reject Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and if necessary, file complaints or appeals. On average, the time commitment is only 30-40 hours a year. RTSC hosts FREE Orientation Trainings throughout the state where you will learn about the role of an SESP, how traumatic experiences can impact learning and how to incorporate the appropriate supports into the IEP. Register to attend this training or visit our website at www.fcsn.org/rtsc/ to view our current training schedule for other opportunities. Registration is required. You can register online at http://fcsn.org/rtsc/orientations/ or contact Ivone Rego at irego@fcsn.org or 617-399-8342. (PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR CONTACT PHONE NUMBER.)

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Become a virtual Girl Scout Troop Leader for Spanish-speaking girls!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, October 20, 2020 - Mon, January 18, 2021

    Make an impact on the lives of girls new to the U.S.! Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey is looking for bilingual volunteers who want to mentor girls whose primary language is Spanish and introduce them to Girl Scout activities. Our Girl Scout ESL troops allow girls to practice English while having fun and learning Girl Scout traditions. You choose the meeting dates and times, we help you with training and resources. This opportunity is available throughout Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Somerset, Union, southern Warren, and parts of Middlesex counties. DID YOU KNOW 90% OF LATINA GIRLS WANT TO BE LEADERS BUT ONLY 10% OF GIRLS FEEL SHE HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A LEADER? YOU can change this! The Girl Scout experience gives every girl the confidence and personal leadership skills she needs to realize her full potential. Girl Scouts are more successful in school, relationships, and careers; and they achieve more for their families, their community, and their country than non-Girl Scouts. By bringing together girls from different cultures, Girl Scouts gives them a place to celebrate their own heritage and learn about others, which creates a sense of pride and understanding. Both qualities-pride and understanding-serve girls well throughout their lives. Who can start a troop? Adults over 18 who want to make the world a better place! Parents, teachers, professionals, college students, military personnel, women or men. As a new leader, you’ll receive plenty of training and resources to get started - no experience required. What’s the leader's role? With the help of a strong support team and useful materials, a leader holds meetings for their troop of girls. Meetings are typically an hour and consist of skill-building and badge earning activities. Leaders also communicate with troop parents and their local Girl Scout support team for any help they might need. How much time will this take? It's up to you! You decide how many times your troop meets. The time you give as a troop leader is valuable to us, and we'll give you tools that let you make the most of it. On average, leaders commit five hours per month, with room to grow if you choose to do additional activities. Can I volunteer from home? GSHNJ has adapted to fit the needs of girls during a global pandemic. While it may not be safe to meet in person, we have virtual troops to keep girls engaged at home. Volunteers can receive training, support, and connect with their troops- all from the safety of their homes. QUALIFICATIONS Must speak Spanish fluently Ability and desire to work with and serve people from diverse backgrounds Attend necessary training Computer Skills: Access to e-mail and the internet BENEFITS Develop leadership skills for your resume in a supportive, fun environment Volunteer around your schedule. No minimum hours required. Volunteer in your own neighborhood! No need to travel outside of your home Make a difference in the lives of girls Gain transferable skills in management, budgeting, and group dynamics Access to learning opportunities that only GSHNJ volunteers can obtain

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • SAT prep instructor ASAP

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 26, 2020 - Fri, December 11, 2020

    We are looking for instructors to help our students in the College prep program. We serve first generation and immigrant students to prepare and aply to college. Our students are preparing for the SAT on September 26 and would be helpful to learn about test taking techniques and review the subjects. Instructor can determine what time the online class will take place

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Youth Debate Leader

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, January 1, 2021 - Thu, April 1, 2021

    Youth Debate Team - Fall 2020, *15 to 30 young men and women, ages 13 to 17, that take on ground level issues within the community. Develop future programs within the Organization. Option for training to lead an existing program within the Organization. Goal: Mission Statement

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Remote Volunteer Literacy Tutors Needed for Winter 2021

    with READ718
    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, January 11, 2021 - Thu, March 25, 2021

    READ 718 is looking for volunteer literacy tutors for our Remote After School Program ( January 11th - March 25th 2021). Volunteers must attend an orientation session and one training session, both on the virtual conferencing app Zoom. READ 718 is a non-profit literacy center that provides after school tutoring and literacy workshops to low-income students in grades 3-8. We are looking for dedicated, reliable, caring, positive people who are committed to working with a child virtually via Zoom twice a week for 10 weeks (January 11th - March 25th). Tutors will be provided with digital texts for each session, as well as access to guidance from literacy educators via email, phone, and weekly Zoom conferences. Children who are behind in reading after grade 3 and do not receive the targeted instruction that they need simply fall further and further behind. This issue has only been exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis. READ 718 aims to provide students with high quality, supplementary instruction to bridge the gap between students who are struggling and their grade level peers. If you are interested in being a volunteer tutor, please visit our site and complete application at: http://read718.org/volunteer

    Date Posted: October 20, 2020
  • Volunteer Assistant to President of the Foundation

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 19, 2020 - Sat, December 19, 2020

    The Afghanistan International Foundation For The Blind (AIFB) formally known as "Afghanistan Blind Women and Children Foundation (ABWC)": Enhancing the lives of blind individuals in the country since August 28, 2009, AIFB has been recognized by NY State as a non-profit foundation. Its mission is to empower Afghan blind women through healthcare and blind children through education and rehabilitation services in Afghanistan. The Afghanistan International Foundation For The Blind needs your time as a volunteer! Description of the position: You will be working directly with the President of the Afghanistan International Foundation for The Blind, doing the following: Research, clerical work, such as: organizing files and folders, accounting and treasury, writing tax-deductible letters, building a database, supporting fundraising efforts, creating a list of potential donors, monitoring other volunteers work in the absence of the president. We welcome student interns for this position, especially in the field of Social Sciences. Qualifications and Responsibilities: Volunteers must be proficient in basic computer skills, such as: Microsoft-word, excel, PowerPoint, research, and responding to emails Must be able to read, write, and communicate: writing professional letters to other organizations, write tax deductible letters, writing partnership letters to national and international organizations in a professional matter, and create excel sheets Must have basic office management skills Volunteers must commit 3 to 6 months work to the foundation Volunteers are responsible for having a signature on any legal documentation provided by (AIFB) foundation Volunteers must protect, respect, and make a commitment to the confidentiality of the foundation. Must follow the rules and regulation of the office work Requirements: Current resume Cover letter Three professional reference letters

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Voices for Children(CASA): Information Session! (Riverside)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, November 2, 2020 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM

    Voices for Children recruits, trains, and supports volunteers to act as Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs, for children in foster care. CASAs can change the trajectory of a foster child’s life. They focus on an individual child’s needs, working one-on-one with a child or set of siblings. They use information they gather from various individuals on the child’s case and firsthand observations to advocate for the children’s best interests in Court, as well as in other aspects of their lives, such as education, health, and living arrangements. No experience is necessary! We provide all the training you’ll need, as well as a dedicated staff supervisor to partner with you on the case. With just 10-15 hours a month, you can make a difference in the life of a foster child! To reserve a space for one of these sessions, please visit https://www.speakupnow.org/volunteer-2/information-sessions/ , scroll down to Riverside County and complete our Information Session RSVP Form or call (951)472-9301

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Voices for Children (CASA): Information Session! (Temecula)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, November 10, 2020 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM

    Voices for Children recruits, trains, and supports volunteers to act as Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs, for children in foster care. CASAs can change the trajectory of a foster child’s life. They focus on an individual child’s needs, working one-on-one with a child or set of siblings. They use information they gather from various individuals on the child’s case and firsthand observations to advocate for the children’s best interests in Court, as well as in other aspects of their lives, such as education, health, and living arrangements. No experience is necessary! We provide all the training you’ll need, as well as a dedicated staff supervisor to partner with you on the case. With just 10-15 hours a month, you can make a difference in the life of a foster child! To reserve a space for one of these sessions, please visit https://www.speakupnow.org/volunteer-2/information-sessions/ , scroll down to Riverside County and complete our Information Session RSVP Form or call (951)472-9301

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Voices for Children(CASA): Information Session! (Coachella Valley)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, October 27, 2020 05:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    Voices for Children recruits, trains, and supports volunteers to act as Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASAs, for children in foster care. CASAs can change the trajectory of a foster child’s life. They focus on an individual child’s needs, working one-on-one with a child or set of siblings. They use information they gather from various individuals on the child’s case and firsthand observations to advocate for the children’s best interests in Court, as well as in other aspects of their lives, such as education, health, and living arrangements. No experience is necessary! We provide all the training you’ll need, as well as a dedicated staff supervisor to partner with you on the case. With just 10-15 hours a month, you can make a difference in the life of a foster child! To reserve a space for one of these sessions, please visit https://www.speakupnow.org/volunteer-2/information-sessions/ , scroll down to Riverside County and complete our Information Session RSVP Form or call (951)472-9301

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Reading Tutor Needed! For Virtual Tutoring

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 26, 2020 - Sun, January 17, 2021

    Volunteers are needed to work with students throughout the day. Because of COVID-19 volunteers are not allowed to physically enter the school, yet students are still in need of help. Volunteers will work with one to two students depending on if they want to volunteer for 30 minutes or for one hour. Volunteers and students with work through google classroom and hangouts to meet the requirements of the DYAD Reading Program. Training will be held through either zoom or hangouts. The goal is to help as many students as possible, this year with the global pandemic many students have fallen behind and need your help to achieve their reading goals. Josh Shipp stated that "Every kid is one caring adult away from being a SUCESS story". That is why as the program director I am reaching out to the caring adults in my community help with this program. Helping one or two students, each of which needs that one on one help, this is a difficult year with the lack of volunteers inside our school. Volunteers would commit to tutoring 1-2 times a week, either for on, one-hour session, or two half hour sessions. Currently schedules are Mon/Thur. and Tue/Fri. Each volunteer is someone who is making a difference and can help our students education and future. So if you can help, take the time during your week to virtually tutor the students here at Burch Creek Elementary that would be much appreciated.

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Mission Possible... more than a canned food collection drive

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 1, 2020 - Mon, December 14, 2020

    The Mission Possible program is open to students of all ages from any school, organization or church. This program is a friendly competition between all registered student groups and is designed to grow understanding about hunger and homelessness, to encourage character development, and to engage in team building and communication skills all while creating and implementing a plan for a canned food collection drive. To view the promotional video visit the Mission Possible site at bcmpossible.org. To receive the Mission Possible manual or for more detailed information please call 854-8181 x407.

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Calling all young professionals! (ages 19-40)

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Fri, December 4, 2020 06:30 PM - 07:30 PM

    The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Michigan Chapter is hosting the second annual Finest Challenge for Young Professionals, benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The nominated honorees exemplify leadership qualities, are active in the community, and are growing each day in the business community. This year, our Finest Program will take place virtually, featuring an online competition helping to spread awareness, raise funds for a cure, and connect young professionals in the area. The chapter will connect honorees with local CF fighters and families, host virtual happy hour nights, and coach you on how to reach your fundraising goal. Honorees will be recognized for their achievements at the Virtual Finest Celebration event on Friday, December 4, 2020 at 6:30 pm. We need your help finding the 2020 class of Finest honorees! If you’re a young professional between the ages of 19 and 40 with a passion for getting involved in the community dedicated to assisting organizations with a goal of bettering the lives of others Please click the "I want to help" button or reach out to Mariel Bouza at 248-269-8759/ mbouza@cff.org with any questions or to get more information on this awesome virtual fundraising event! FINEST HONOREE BENEFITS Prestige of being recognized as one of the CF Foundation's Finest Networking with members of the local professional community through the virtual Finest kick-off and honoree competition Opportunity to have letter of recommendation written by CFF staff or Board members to current or future employers, acknowledging receipt of the honor Having a significant award on honoree’s resume and business/social networking sites Opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those battling cystic fibrosis and assume an ambassador role for Finest and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation FINEST HONOREE REQUIREMENTS Submit nomination acceptance form and questionnaire within two weeks of being nominated Attend a one-on-one virtual meeting with CF Foundation staff Attend the virtual Finest Kick-Off Raise a minimum of $650 in support of their nomination through donations, sponsorship, and/or hosting a virtual fundraising event on or before event day, utilizing an online fundraising webpage. The highest fundraiser is named Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Finest winner!

    Date Posted: October 19, 2020
  • Business Plan needed for SBIR grant: Speech-language game for children with autism

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sun, October 18, 2020 - Thu, December 31, 2020

    We are seeking support for preparing a Commercialization Plan for a SBIR (Small Business Innovative Research) Phase 2 NIH grant proposal. The proposed study focuses on developing and testing Sing and Speak 4 Kids , an online music-based game to help children with autism develop their speech-language, produced by Edtech company iQsonics. CHOC (Children’s Hospital of Orange County) is the principal research partner and testing site. As a telehealth product, SS4Kids is designed to support many families, teachers and therapists with COVID-19 requirements for distance/remote access to interventions. This Early Childhood Music-based Language Development Program is under the fiscal sponsorship of the non-profit sponsor Earth Rights Institute. Reference links: iQsonics / Sing and Speak 4 Kids https://www.SingandSpeak4Kids.com Earth Rights Institute (fiscal sponsor) https://www.earthrightsinstitute.org/about-4/sponsorships/121-iqsonics CHOC Thompson Autism Center https://www.choc.org/programs-services/autism/ Writing a Good Commercialization Plan: Suggestions for SBIR/STTR Applicants https://sbir.nih.gov/sites/default/files/ic_nida/Commercialization-Plan_clean.docx Job details: The 12-page Commercialization Plan needed will provide description of each of the following areas: Value of the SBIR Project, Expected Outcomes, and Impacts Company Overview Market, Customer, and Competition Analysis Intellectual Property (IP) Protection Finance Plan Production and Marketing Plan Revenue Stream Much of this Commercialization Plan has already been developed, but we need a skilled business person to help fill in the holes and formalize the presentation, which is due at the end of December, 2020. A first draft of the plan is expected by the end of November. Requirements: Experience in designing succinct, successful Business Proposals, preferably with an MBA or practical experience in business development Ability to work with a team, good communication skills Availability to begin work online immediately through December Approximately 5-10 hours/week Preference for experience in IT, SAAS, edtech, education, health or related industries. Send intro letter and resume to: David Sonnenschein david@iqsonics.com

    Date Posted: October 18, 2020
  • Spend 1 hour making "thank you" calls for Episcopal Community Services from your home!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, November 9, 2020 - Fri, November 20, 2020

    Volunteer with the ECS Thank-a-Thon! - Episcopal Community Services (ECS) is looking for volunteers to make 10 or more "thank you" calls to donors between Nov. 9 and 20 from your home. If it sounds fun to make someone’s day by letting them know they are appreciated and making a difference, sign up to join our Thank-a-Thon team today. We will give you a list of people to call, a script, and train you so you feel confident in and prepared for your role. We want to fill our volunteer team by Oct. 30. To sign up today, please text or call Deann at 619-694-9892, or email drios@ecscalifornia.org. ECS is a non-profit social service agency providing more than $30 million in health and human services in the areas of homelessness, mental health, substance use disorder treatment, and early childhood education to more than 6,000 clients in San Diego each year. To learn more about ECS, visit www.ecscalifornia.org.

    Date Posted: October 18, 2020
  • Administrative Assistant Associate

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, October 31, 2020 - Fri, January 29, 2021

    We are looking for a dependable and reliable individuals to assist with the following. For Three Days a Week!!! Time: Flexible This is position is working from home. Monthly Incentives. 1. Making phones calls 2. Sending emails 3. Virtual Fundraising 4. Creating Newsletters 5. Maintaining marketing materials We are looking for people that want to gain more experience in working with a non profit organization and has great computer skills and who is a team player and loves helping youth. Serious inquiries only.

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • Social Media Specialist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, October 31, 2020 - Fri, January 29, 2021

    We are looking for a social media specialist to do the following: Two-Three Days a Week. Time is Flexible Social Media- (Website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter & Email, Newsletters, & Marketing Materials ) News letters Email Blasts You tube Chanel videos Blogs Update Website We are non profit organization and we give out scholarships to high students who want to attend college. If the criteria above is YOU then we want you on our team. Must be willing travel and to stay on board for at least 3 months. Phone interview is required. Please visit the website. Thank you Join us and as we help our youth who are the future leaders of tomorrow www.uprisingstarsinc.org

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • Do Good for your Community | Leverage your expertise to be our Volunteer Copywriter

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sun, October 18, 2020 - Sun, December 27, 2020

    Do good for your community while using your professional expertise and work with talented peers on a highly structured pro bono project! The STEAM Generation is seeking volunteer Copywriters interested in sharing their talents with local nonprofit organizations. The pro bono Copywriter is responsible for creating the marketing copy for website, brochure, key messages, or social media projects and will work closely with the staff to improve existing marketing copy. The STEAM Generation offers a range of opportunities to engage in meaningful pro bono work, depending on the time you have available. You can work on a large-scale team-based project over several months, tackle more bite-sized challenges that can be delivered in a day, or address needs that fall in between. We has virtual opportunities to suit your interest! Desired Skills and Expertise: A successful pro bono Copywriter: - Has 3+ years of experience in copywriting at a marketing or advertising firm - Must have the ability to translate ideas and concepts into words - Be able to take direction and feedback from the team and client. - Be able to provide writing samples

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • Do Good for your Community | Leverage your expertise to be our Volunteer Grant Writer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, January 4, 2021 - Sun, April 4, 2021

    The STEAM Generation (TSG) is seeking a strong writer who compliments TSG’s positive mindset working environment. Grant Writing Intern must enjoy writing and storytelling by pen. Passion for improving public education experiences and outcomes for our target student population is a plus. A successful Grant Writing Intern must have the acumen to research and understand grant making guidelines for targeted foundations and to write proposals that make a compelling case for TSG funding while meeting all grant making guidelines. TSG’s current grants pipeline includes over 60 proposals and reports submitted annually. This is a part-time and seasonal position that we seek to fill immediately (January through May, approximately 10 hours per week). Responsibilities Ensure that foundation Letters of Inquiry (LOI), grant proposals, and reports are submitted on time and are of consistent high quality Grant Writing The STEAM Generation Grant Writing Intern will write 1-2 high quality proposals per month, along with coordinator and CEO who also write proposals and reports. To understand the relevant content, Grant Writing Intern will thoroughly review internal documents outlining TSG programs, strategy and evaluation as well as county and state data on academic outcomes. The Grant Writing Intern will have access to our key accomplishments, a document with TSG's best key messages, to help write compelling proposals tailored to meet individual foundation guidelines. Grant Reporting Utilizing information and data from annual program reports, Grant Writing Intern may be requested to write detailed interim or final grant reports for select funders.

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • Give Girls Role Models: Become a Virtual Classroom Assistant for our STEAM GirlsClub

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 5, 2020 - Fri, December 18, 2020

    Volunteers are a vital part of achieving our goals of bringing hands-on, fun and exciting STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programs to students. Our volunteers are instrumental in ensuring we meet our organizational goals and objectives. The STEAM Generation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that brings the wonder and excitement of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) to children ages 4-14 through a variety of hands-on learning experiences. The STEAM Generation provides hands-on, innovative learning environment in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (S.T.E.A.M.), which maximizes potential, expands opportunities, and ensures students are equipped to meet the challenges in the world around them, especially in underserved communities. This Opportunity Narrowing the gender gap is going to require more than simply promoting equality in the workforce - It starts with boosting the confidence in young women to go into STEM fields early. The STEAM Generation is looking female engineer and computer science students to assist our virtual Classroom Assistants to assist our lead teacher with children's coding, engineering and robotics class. During this period, the classroom assistant will be interacting with the kids and ensuring they are following the directions of the lead teacher to complete the assignment. Also making it FUN!! Request is not eligible for court order volunteer work. Must be able to pass a background check. This opportunities is for every Sunday and must reside in Metro Atlanta.

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • Be a Thomas House Youth Mentor!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, September 22, 2020 - Mon, June 28, 2021

    Thomas House Mentor Program empowers at-risk homeless children to make positive life choices, build healthy relationships, develop new skills, and promote self-confidence. The mentoring program encourages young professionals to commit to supporting, guiding, and being a friend to a child for a 6-months period. By becoming part of the social network of adults who care about the youth, mentors can help children achieve their academic, career and personal goals. Mentor Role Support a young person through an ongoing one-on-one relationship Serve as a positive role model and friend Build a trusting relationship by planning and participating in activities together Strive for mutual respect Build self-esteem and motivation Help set goals and work towards accomplishing them Commitment 6-month commitment 1-4 outings per month (2 hours minimum) Communicate with the mentee weekly Complete training Attend optional mentor/mentee group events Requirements Be at least 21 years old (undergraduate or graduates) Must have relevant experience working with children. Be willing to adhere to all program policies and procedures Be willing to complete the application and screening process Be dependable and consistent in meeting the time commitments Communicate regularly with Youth Development Coordinator, submit activity information, and take constructive feedback regarding mentoring activities Have access to automobile, auto insurance, and a good driving record Have a clean criminal record

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • Social Media Coordinator

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, October 17, 2020 - Fri, January 15, 2021

    Your job would be to create social media content and mange Virtual Teach & Learn Social Media accounts. Shift times depend on your availability. Apply through the link: form:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeOYYQ1Wk6B8T2lP8Abjdl9SYhrU8H3o3hj_PRrjzbr5VfsDw/viewform

    Date Posted: October 17, 2020
  • COVID-19 support: Help Crowdfundraising campaign to feed and educate children

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Tue, October 20, 2020 - Mon, November 30, 2020

    Hello Friends, COVID-19 has made an unprecedented harshness in human history that requires humanity save itself as a single family. Situation is such now that we need to share our bread with the other. CHALLENGE: The present crisis threatens everyone's life, but it has devastated the lives of the poor who are already vulnerable living in extreme poverty. India is still registering a high per day COVID-19 infections. Survival itself is threatening the poor children now. We work among the most neglected and ignored indigenous and dalit communities in Kurnool district - the most chronic drought hit district s in Andhra Pradesh. Due to severe and continuous droughts, children are the victims of child labourers, child marriages and human trafficking. In our working with the communities for the last 2 years, we could rescue 167 child labourers and started giving literacy crash courses after which they will be mainstreamed with regular schooling. COVID-19 lock down has pushed the poorest families into extreme poverty due to lack of daily wage labours, on which they have been depending on. Now, survival itself has become a threat to the children and their families. This project comes with two definite impacts: 1. The poor children get healthy food and escape malnutrition. A healthy kid ensures healthy community 2. By continuing the crash courses/ literacy centers, we put an end to child labourers. This project ensures educated generation. The project breaks chronic poverty. A healthy community is the result. We will recognize every volunteer with a special recognition certificate.

    Date Posted: October 16, 2020
  • Event Planning volunteer

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 19, 2020 - Thu, December 31, 2020

    MHAGC Event Planner Overview We are planning a virtual event and could use your help if you have expertise in this area! The MHAGC Event Planning role is for individuals who enjoy planning events and working to make them successful. In collaboration with leadership and other staff, the Event Planning volunteer identifies and prioritizes event opportunities to build community involvement and relationships as well as support organizational objectives, including development and fundraising. Typical Duties Helps to create and implement plans to promote events, which includes developing collateral materials, advertising, invitations, and signage to achieve maximum attendance and return on investment Helps to plan, coordinate, and implement event logistics, which includes speakers, displays, screenings, facilities, equipment, transportation and staffing Time Commitment 2-5 hours weekly General Requirements Experience with planning virtual events is a big plus! College Credit Opportunity This position can be designed for undergraduate or graduate program internship/practicum credits. The exact number of hours and responsibilities can be tailored to meet the requirements of individual programs.

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Webmaster

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 19, 2020 - Sun, December 20, 2020

    If you are a full stack developer interested in building a new website over the next few weeks, please consider helping our charity revise and update its website and develop a new website as well. Kindly email today your bio and availability information to childart@icaf.org

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Designer/Graphic Artist

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, October 26, 2020 - Sun, December 20, 2020

    An experienced creative designer sought for design and graphic art. Various assignments, all exciting, and dealing with the imagination of the world's children.

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Judge Middle School Debate with the Boston Debate League!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, October 24, 2020 11:00 AM - 04:00 PM

    "If you want to feel good and be inspired and empowered, then judge tournaments at the BDL. It's a great opportunity to help out your community because these students are actually making a difference." - Lorena, BDL Alumna and Volunteer Join our team for our first high school debate tournament of the season! No experience is necessary. A self-paced training (required) is available for all first-time and returning volunteers. As a volunteer judge, you will listen to debaters, take notes, offer encouragement and feedback, and determine a winner in each round. Multiple shift are available. Each shift, you'll judge two rounds, ensuring that 12 student have the opportunity to debate. Debate tournaments happen virtually: you'll receive instructions and links when you sign up. Ready to sign up? Go go www.bostondebate.org/volunteer or contact apapagno@bostondebate.org

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Chicago Girl Scouts need Leaders & Volunteers Like YOU!!

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 1, 2020 - Wed, December 30, 2020

    Girls in Chicago need inspiring leaders and troop supporters - people like you! We are looking for people to share their time and be mentors to girls from Kindergarten through Third grade. You choose the time frame, meeting location, and we recruit the girls. Now even more flexible as you can meet with the girls virtually. Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Will you make the difference in girls' lives to girls in Chicago? Training and assistance is provided to you. Join us as a Girl Scout Leader!

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020
  • Thanksgiving Food Boxes for Turkey Tuesday

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Thu, October 15, 2020 - Mon, November 16, 2020

    Help our families have a happy Thanksgiving by stuffing our pantry. Purchase items from our wish list and we'll create Thanksgiving food boxes for our families. We need gift cards from Target so the families can purchase the meat of their choice. Food can be selected from You Give Goods or Target. https://www.target.com/gift-registry/giftgiver?registryId=f10c54103ea74284a960a01c1eac2d85&lnk=registry_custom_url https://yougivegoods.com/shop?drive=12973

    Date Posted: October 15, 2020