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  • Volunteer Social Media Coordinator

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    The Volunteer Social Media Coordinator works closely with The Collective Steps Project team to create engaging content for CSP’s social media presence, including keeping social media channels updated and brand-focused, and seeking out new social media avenues and ways of connecting with audiences. The Volunteer Social Media Coordinator will help promote, develop and maintain CSP’s online presence in order to maximize our impact and to promote ourselves as widely as possible to the local community. This position will be a part of the CSP Marketing Team.

    Date Posted: May 30, 2020
  • Spanish Interpreter- On Call

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    Volunteers will help programs across Catholic Charities serve those in need by using their skills to help remove language barriers between staff and clients. This is an on-call role. Volunteers will r espond to an email requesting assistance depending on your and the availability of the program. Must be over 18 and comfortable speaking on the phone. Calls will be conducted during business hours. Qualifications: Must be over the age of 18 years of old. Fluent in Spanish and English. Must attend Volunteer Orientation (Online) For more information and to sign up, please copy this link: http://bttr.im/q0sho

    Date Posted: May 29, 2020
  • Volunteer remotely with Uhuru by helping us research grants to fund an independent African economy!

    with Uhuru Pies
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    The Black Power Blueprint is a powerful program revitalizing the impoverished North St Louis area through the briliance of the black working class. We need someone to assist in reviewing specific grantmakers for our capital campaign to build a licensed commercial kitchen, bakery and cafe. All work can be done remotely - you will be provided a list of grantmakers to research further to see if they are a match for our needs. All you need is We hope to go through a list of grantmakers from April 1-30. You will have phone check-ins with our project manager as needed.

    Date Posted: May 28, 2020
  • Like doing research? Want to help the Uhuru Movement with grants for economic/social justice!

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

    The Black Power Blueprint is a powerful program revitalizing the impoverished North St Louis area through the briliance of the black working class. We need someone to assist in reviewing specific grantmakers for our capital campaign to build a licensed commercial kitchen, bakery and cafe. All work can be done remotely - you will be provided a list of grantmakers to research further to see if they are a match for our needs. All you need is We hope to go through a list of grantmakers from April 1-30. You will have phone check-ins with our project manager as needed.

    Date Posted: May 28, 2020
  • Website creation opportunity to Help

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    Looking for someone with experience interested in creating a webpage for our non-profit organization. We are a church with several ministries and on this website we want to show those ministries... with a special focus on our Immigration Ministry. We can show you some of the websites of the other 'sister' churches and what they've done to give you an idea. We are in desperate need of someone with experience creating websites.

    Date Posted: May 28, 2020
  • Asian American News Intern

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    AsianWeek is looking for an energetic, smart, committed individual to help us improve the availability of news about Asians and Pacific Islanders in America. This project seeks to: 1.) Create a public archive for thirty years of back issues (1979 - 2008), over 15,000 newspaper issues 2.) Create functions that aggregate current news about Asian Pacific American newsmakers. 3.) Develop a user base and revenue stream to sustain editorial and archiving functions. We are looking for an intern that is familiar with the APA community and motivated to keep Asian Americans informed about our community. You should have a passion for news and news gathering. AsianWeek was America’s first and largest English language print and on-line publication serving Asian Americans. The news organization played an important role nationally and in the San Francisco Bay Area as the "Voice of Asian America". It provided news coverage across all Asian ethnic groups. Please send resume and cover letter to tfang@asianweek.com

    Date Posted: May 21, 2020
  • Non-Profit Business Development

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    Assist in the business development of an upstart organization. Minuet meetings, maintain administrative records, data entry, maintain records and databases.

    Date Posted: May 17, 2020
  • Asian American Group Leaders Program Chair

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    NAAAP-Chicago is seeking a Program Chair to lead our Asian American B/ERG program called Asian American Group Leaders. This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable work experience for a career in Program Management by accomplishing independent tasks. We are looking for someone who is not only organized, but also motivated. Someone who can run with ideas with little supervision and takes initiative. Someone who is comfortable with trying new things. Someone who can help us make our NAAAP brand one of high potential and make an impact in the Asian American community. Ideally the Program Chair is located in Chicago but most of the tasks can be done virtually. Responsibilities include: Organizing events and activities in accordance with the mission and goals of the organization. Developing new ideas to support the strategic direction of the program. Developing an evaluation method to assess program strengths and identify areas for improvement. Implementing and managing changes and interventions to ensure project goals are achieved. Recruit and manage other program volunteers. Work with marketing and event coordinators as needed. About NAAAP-Chicago NAAAP-Chicago is led by committed volunteers dedicated to achieving the vision of inspiring leadership, cultivating professional development and fostering workplace diversity. We are looking for serious and real leaders who have passion and enthusiasm for positive and lasting change. Learn more about us at http://www.naaapchicago.org/

    Date Posted: May 16, 2020
  • Grant Writing Intern

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    The Center for the Integration & Advancement of New Americans (CIANA) is a social services organization that works to integrate new immigrants from South Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, and Latin America into the socio-economic and civic life of American society while maintaining pride in their cultural heritage. Currently, in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, our office in Astoria is closed and we have suspended all direct service activities. All our staff, interns, and volunteers are working remotely from home. Our Department of Communications and Development is looking for a resourceful researcher and excellent writer to fill our Grants Intern position. The selected candidate will be directly involved with the grant-writing process in order to secure funds for CIANA from foundations and government agencies. The intern will be responsible for finding potential grants, and will work with our Executive Director to decide which grants to apply for, develop a timeline for submitting the application, and gathering materials and information needed for the proposal. Requirements: At least two years of college completed Studying Communications, Journalism, English, Writing, History, Nonprofit Management, Public Affairs or a related field. Experience applying to and receiving personal scholarships and/or grants for student clubs or outside organizations Knowledge of the grant-writing process and non-profit development Experience applying to grants for non-profits is a huge plus Ability to meet strict deadlines, including those on short notice Keen attention to detail, ability to articulate, and sharp decision-making skills Everyday Duties: Research foundations and grants on GuideStar, Candid (formerly the Foundation Center), and other platforms Work with the Executive Director and Development VISTA to plan grants calendar and application strategy Develop and compile supporting documents including metrics, testimonials, and reports for grant applications Draft narrative proposals and responses to application questions If necessary, draft letters of inquiry or letters of intent Conduct research on other sources of funding, and brainstorm strategies for CIANA’s financial growth Maintain relationships with donors and foster engagement Projects: Maintain grant database and create grant calendar Research and apply for at least two grants Compensation: Unpaid, but may be completed for academic credit Hours: 10-15 hours per week To Apply: P lease send a resume and cover letter to info@cianainc.org For more information on CIANA, please visit our website at www.cianainc.org , or check out our social media at @cianainc.

    Date Posted: May 15, 2020
  • Advancement Director

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    Advancement Director (Approximately 8 hours per week) Identify potential significant donors Plan and execute our advancement and fundraising efforts Engage and maintain relations with key donors

    Date Posted: May 14, 2020
  • Volunteer Opportunity with Mask Making

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    "I Have A Dream" Foundation of Boulder County serves low income students and their families who are in need of masks and cleaning supplies. IHDF's dedicated staff has transitioned over from providing after school programming to virtual/online distance programming. We support over 700 students with academic tutoring, mentoring, social emotional advising, life enrichment activities and post-secondary advising and support. Many of our students and their families do not have the financial resources to purchase masks, or supplies to make masks, or cleaning supplies in order to follow state and CDC guidelines during the COVID 19 pandemic. IHDF is currently accepting offers from individuals and groups who desire to help us with promoting safe and healthy practices impacting everyone. Together we can continue to save lives and flatten the curve! For more information contact Megan Miller, tutors@ihaveadreamboulder.org, or 303-444-3636 x119. **All in-kind donations: complete form or refer to Katharine in Development so she can document and send a thank you.

    Date Posted: May 11, 2020
  • Virtual Event Planner

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    Black Connect is in need of an event planner to coordinate the remote chartering of our first chapter. The virtual event will also serve as a fundraiser. Itinerary will include a guest speaker, and overview of the organization and a discussion on the racial wealth gap. Date is flexible.

    Date Posted: May 9, 2020
  • Volunteer Radio Personality for Adult Slow Jam Radio (18+)

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    Become a host on our erotic adult slow jams radio station. Bring your reading game with you. We have submitted stories by real couples, and we play some of the smoothest slow jams during the show. Become one of the first volunteer personalities on this all-new radio station. With over 120 radio stations, we have something for everyone. We train! Host a radio show while you learn. Get a wealth of knowledge and experience for your next radio job. Volunteer from home or office in your own spare time. We show you how, thanks to technology. ALL YOU NEED IS A CELL PHONE AND EMAIL ACCESS! Here's how it works: We write your scripts for you. Each show is four hours long, but YOUR part is only 6-10 minutes of voice work on your end. Once you've sent us your voice parts, we build the radio show AROUND you. When your show airs on the radio, you can sit back and listen to yourself "live" on the radio. Nobody will know you're prerecorded. It's fast, easy, and fun! Try it out! Contact us and become a member today! Simply view info here https://www.blackberryradio.com/how-it-works and fill out the volunteer form here https://www.blackberryradio.com/volunteer * BlackBerry radio Incorporated believes in the right to free speech, and may not censor some or all of music across our radio platforms. We thank you for respecting our decision to uphold and embrace our 1st Amendment.

    Date Posted: May 1, 2020
  • Volunteer Website Development

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    A successful candidate will have the following experience and attributes. Preparing website content and publishing it on a daily/weekly basis using Squarespace. This position requires proven writing skills and technical writing is a plus. Must be a team player and have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work in connection with other members of our organization. Required Skills: Website Development Websites Blogs Interpersonal skills

    Date Posted: May 1, 2020
  • Pride Program Chair

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    NAAAP-Chicago is seeking a Program Chair to lead our Asian LGBTQ+ program called NAAAP Pride. This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable work experience for a career in Program Management by accomplishing independent tasks. We are looking for someone who is not only organized, but also motivated. Someone who can run with ideas with little supervision and takes initiative. Someone who is comfortable with trying new things. Someone who can help us make our NAAAP brand one of high potential and make an impact in the Asian American community. Ideally the Program Chair is located in Chicago. Responsibilities include: Organizing events and activities in accordance with the mission and goals of the organization. Developing new ideas to support the strategic direction of the program. Managing long-term goals. Developing an evaluation method to assess program strengths and identify areas for improvement. Implementing and managing changes and interventions to ensure project goals are achieved. Working with marketing and event coordinators as needed. About NAAAP-Chicago NAAAP-Chicago is led by committed volunteers dedicated to achieving the vision of inspiring leadership, cultivating professional development and fostering workplace diversity. We are looking for serious and real leaders who have passion and enthusiasm for positive and lasting change. Learn more about us at http://www.naaapchicago.org/

    Date Posted: April 28, 2020
  • Volunteer Virtual Administrative Assistant

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    Grow with our non-profit organization by providing much needed support to our all volunteer organization. Help us lay the foundation of this new organization and work to provide positive technical, social + environmental change. A successful candidate will have the following experience and attributes. As a Volunteer Virtual Assistant, you will perform various administrative tasks, including answering emails, scheduling meetings and making travel arrangements. For this role, a strong Internet connection is required, along with experience using communication tools like Skype and Slack. Responsibilities Respond to emails and phone calls Schedule meetings Book travel and accommodations Manage a contact list Prepare spreadsheets and keep online records Organize managers’ calendars Perform market research Create presentations, as assigned Address volunteer’s administrative queries Requirements Proven experience as a Virtual Assistant or relevant role Familiarity with current technologies, like desktop sharing, cloud services and VoIP Experience with word-processing software and spreadsheets (e.g. MS Office) Knowledge of online calendars and scheduling (e.g. Outlook Calendar) Excellent phone, email and instant messaging communication skills Excellent time management skills Solid organizational skills

    Date Posted: April 26, 2020
  • Volunteer Blogger

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    Grow with our non-profit organization by providing much needed support to our all volunteer organization. Help us lay the foundation of this new organization and work to provide positive technical, social + environmental change. A successful candidate will have the following experience and attributes. Creating written content and then publishing it on a weekly/monthly basis via our organization's communication channels and Squarespace. This position requires proven writing skills and technical writing is a plus. Must be a team player and have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work in connection with other members of our organization. A background in Environmental or Social Justice is important, whether from industry experience or classwork. Engineering interests are a plus. Required Skills: Blogging Social Media Writing Microsoft Word Adobe Acrobat Interpersonal skills

    Date Posted: April 26, 2020
  • Social Media Strategist

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    As part of its customer engagement and lead generation strategy, The National GEM Consortium would like to establish a more compelling social media presence but understands that in order to do that, an appropriate social media strategy must be established. To that end, the organization is seeking an individual with intimate knowledge and extensive experience in social media strategy to assist the organization in creating one that aligns with the it's overall goals and can guide its activities.

    Date Posted: April 21, 2020
  • NJPC Youth Justice Initiative

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    Intern will support and develop NJPC's data analysis and evaluation through its data warehouses of Children with Mental Heath disabilities in NJ, as part of our professional parent advocacy training of over 20,000 parent training hours; and Youth waived to the adult prison system in NJ since 2007 (n=692) as part of our NJ Youth Justice Initiative which seeks to end the (1) practice of solitary confinement for juveniles in the adult prison system(2) practice of trying, sentencing and incarcerating youth, as young as 15, in the adult prison system in the state of New Jersey (3) Racial and ethnic disparities in the juvenile justice system. Volunteer would be responsible for speaking to parents of children currently incarcerated in the adult prison system to collect further data on their children's demographics, system involvement, education, etc; correspond with incarcerated youth; attend monthly task force meetings; coordinate and attend legislative meetings; review correspondence with children currently incarcerated; Work with local and national partners, As well as pro bono attorneys on juvenile justice issues; work with advisory committee to develop press releases, case studies and brochures

    Date Posted: April 17, 2020
  • 2020 Fundraising Specialist

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    It's Flexible! We'll work with your schedule

    The JUL is embarking of a 2020 fundraising project and seeks individuals who have a passions for the JUL mission and who can help: Work on social media strategy and execution Research prospective donors Create a strong fundraising message that appeals to potential donors Conduct fundraising strategies for an organization Identify and contact potential donors Organize a campaign or event that will lead to soliciting donations Maintain records of donor information for future use Evaluate the success of previous fundraising events The hours and work are flexible and can be done remotely with weekly meetings on site.

    Date Posted: April 15, 2020
  • Outreach Coordinator - Womxn Veterans

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    MVA is looking for an Outreach Coordinator - Womxn Veterans to support our People to People (P2P) program. Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Director of Programs you will: Develop and cultivate positive relationships with community partners (nonprofits, government agencies, and businesses) throughout King County Oversee outreach efforts to enroll womxn veterans into the P2P program Work with staff to facilitate community events Assist in tracking outreach metrics Provide case management for direct and indirect services Benefits Network and connect with key organizations and members of the veteran community and employees of King County and the City of Seattle Hands-on experience in community engagement activities and coalition building Support a community-led grassroots organization to improve the lives of our womxn veterans in King County

    Date Posted: April 2, 2020
  • Baltimore City - Mentorship of High School Students

    with IMENTOR
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    Will you become a mentor to a Baltimore City high school student? iMentor has partnered with Baltimore City Schools to match first-generation high school students with college-educated mentors who help them navigate the journey to and through college and other post-secondary career pathways. We make volunteering with youth accessible for busy people by providing time-efficient communication resources and staff support along the way. Mentor Commitment: As a mentor, you are matched with one high school student over a three-year period; you will communicate with your mentee weekly and meet monthly. Become a Mentor: Attend an online info session to learn more. Visit baltimore.imentor.org to start your mentor application. For questions, please email baltimore@imentor.org Please note: Mentors must be 21 years of age and older and pass a Baltimore City Schools background check. Completion of a 2- or 4-year college degree preferred.

    Date Posted: April 1, 2020
  • Small Businesses Need Our Help

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    We know that times are tough for many small business owners and the uncertainty about the length of this disruption to the economy is creating concern and anxiety. For most small business owners, the focus is on survival...making it through this crisis so that they are still standing when business resumes. We have been working with small businesses for nearly 20 years, especially focusing on those with limited resources. We have helped them figure out how to do more with less and how to stay in business long enough for the tide to turn in their favor. Now, we are going to use our expertise to support help the many business owners who are struggling through this most difficult time brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Date Posted: March 27, 2020
  • Social Media Specialist

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    Title: Social Media Specialist Number of Openings: 1 Timeframe 6 to 8-month (two semesters) assignment. 6 to 10 hours a week depending on the project(s)/task(s) assigned. Must be able to meet on at least 2 Saturdays out of the month for a conference call. Supervision: The Executive Assistant Intern will be supervised and trained by The Ashe Academy's Executive Director. Benefit This position provides an opportunity to build community via social media, assist in brand awareness, develop networking skills. and gain experience in the nonprofit sector. Purpose Increase access to higher education for PoC by assisting with the streamlining of operations for Executive Director. Intern activities This position requires working directly with the Executive Director. Responsibilities of the Executive Assistant include but are not limited to: Creating Content Calendar for Multiple Social Media Platforms Assist with digital filing on Google Drive Event Marketing Manage the Executive Director’s and event calendars Analyzing/evaluating Marketing reports as necessary Research for projects as assigned May include Blog writing Age Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old. Qualifications: Experience with Social Media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) Experience with Google Suite and/or Office Suite Research experience preferred but not required Must be able to accomplish tasks independently Ability to be proactive and take initiative Ability to meet deadlines Must be teachable/coachable Must be personable Must be dependable and punctual Must patient and Courteous Must be flexible with an ability to shift priorities when necessary Must have a phone and computer

    Date Posted: March 17, 2020
  • Web Marketing

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    Blue Humming Therapy(www.bluehummingtherapy.org) is 501(c)3 mental health nonprofit organization. One of our goals is to increase awareness of our service and psychoeducation through the use of social media and the website, so that people can: 1) learn about our work, 2) become more knowledgeable about mental well-being, and 3) support our services through donation in order to help more clients and communities. We are looking for one or two people to help implement a media strategy, possibly using Facebook, Google, webpage, LinkedIn, or other sites for our social media presence. We believe that first we will need to define our social media objectives and target audience, then identify the best platforms and get these platforms operating. We do not expect the process to develop the strategy and implement it to be complicated, and the strategy itself will be simple and straightforward. We want to get this moving quickly and keep it moving as efficiently as possible.

    Date Posted: March 17, 2020
  • Grant Writer

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    ABOUT: We are looking for a volunteer grant writer in the mental health nonprofit field to research, identify, write and submit for endowments and grants to leading foundations and individual patron donors in order to fund various services we offer. Blue Humming Therapy is a unique organization that values diversity, balance, and integration. With the mission to provide high quality and thoughtful mental health support to all clients and communities, we offer different types of counseling service and psychoeducation. We are currently experincing a shortage of clinicians and operation staff to offer our services due to the high volume of client contacts. Therefore, Blue Humming Therapy seeks the fundraisers who can help us support more clients and promote their well-being. For more information, please visit our website at www.bluehummingtherapy.org. Baseline responsibilities include the following: 1. Prepare, submit and manage grant proposals. 2. Perform prospect research on foundations and corporations to evaluate prospective grants. 3. Comply with all grants as required by corporate/foundation donors. 4. Establish and maintain good rapport with current donors. 5. Maintain accurate records in database of all grants and donations. 6. Track statistics relevant to development and report metrics and data to donars as needed.

    Date Posted: March 17, 2020
  • Web Developer

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

    Blue Humming Therapy(www.bluehummingtherapy.org) is a 501(c)3 mental health nonprofit organization. One of our goals is to increase awareness of our mental health service and psychoeducation through the use of social media and the website, so that people can: 1) learn about our services, 2) become more knowledgeable about mental health, and 3) support our services through donation in order to help more clients and communities. We have finished the first stage of web development and we are now looking for the web developer to help further web development. Here is our website www.bluehummingtherapy.org Please contact us if you can help us to grow! Thank you so much and we look forward to working with you. BHT

    Date Posted: March 17, 2020
  • Social Media Manager

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    We are looking for an experienced, passionate and creative Social Media Manager to join our team. As a Social Media Manager, you will be responsible for developing and implementing our Social Media strategy in order to increase our online presence and improve our marketing and sales efforts. You will be working closely with the CEO. You must have either experience or a passion for working in the non-profit space. Duties and responsibilities Develop, implement and manage our social media strategy Define most important social media KPIs Manage and oversee social media content Measure the success of every social media campaign Stay up to date with latest social media best practices and technologies Use social media marketing tools such as Buffer or something similar Ensure content is informative and appealing Collaborate with team members Monitor SEO and user engagement and suggest content optimization Communicate with industry professionals and influencers via social media to create a strong network Provide constructive feedback Adhere to rules and regulations Present to CEO and Board Requirements and qualifications 2 years of experience as a Social Media Specialist or similar role Social Media Strategist using social media for brand awareness and impressions Excellent knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+ and other social media best practices Understanding of SEO and web traffic metrics Experience with doing audience and buyer persona research Good understanding of social media KPIs Familiarity with web design and publishing Excellent multitasking skills Great leadership skills Critical thinker and problem-solving skills Team player Good time-management skills Great interpersonal, presentation and communication skills Experience or a passion for working in the non-profit space.

    Date Posted: March 13, 2020
  • Web Content Volunteer

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    NAAAP-Chicago is seeking a web content volunteer that is passionate and motivated. This is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable work experience for a career in Information Technology by accomplishing independent tasks. We are looking for someone who is not only technically proficient, but also a team player. Someone who can work with little instruction, and someone who is proactive in updating our content. Someone who can help us make our brand one of high potential and make an impact in the Asian American community. Responsibilities include: Maintain and update content on our websites, including adding and modifying information and pages Collect, organize, edit, and manage assets related to ongoing content updates Basic testing of website functionality: checking for errors, confirming accuracy Collaborate with the program chairs to produce web assets Setup and provide reports from Google Web Analytics Recommend improvements to the site experience About NAAAP-Chicago NAAAP-Chicago is led by committed volunteers dedicated to achieving the vision of inspiring leadership, cultivating professional development and fostering workplace diversity. We are looking for serious and real leaders who have passion and enthusiasm for positive and lasting change. Learn more about us at http://www.naaapchicago.org/

    Date Posted: March 8, 2020
  • Grant writer

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    Melanin Minds Matter's (MMM) grant writer will have the following responsibilities: - search credible, potential grants that will benefit our organization - collaborate with MMM team to gather relevant and pertinent information for potential grant - write grant and submit to board of directors for final approval

    Date Posted: March 8, 2020
  • Web designer

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    We would love anyone with html/css coding experience to help refine our website! Specifically, making it more mobile friendly, more accessible, and making our Speakers List more user-friendly.

    Date Posted: March 2, 2020
  • Program Assistant

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    Overview Reporting to the Founder/CEO and Lead Facilitator, the Marketing and Communications intern assists in organization and program/events promotion, market research, collateral development and distribution, and general marketing of the organization and its mission. The intern will gain valuable skills in relationship building, positioning, messaging, marketing,and program development. Reports to : Founder/CEO Responsibilities Assist in planning and managing events, including flow, ordering and organizing materials, catering, audio/visual, and other event details Conduct outreach and participant engagement on the web and via email Create and/or analyze event marketing plans and conversion rates Write press releases for events, create promotional materials (e.g. flyers, postcards) Solicit sponsorship donations and track sponsor relationships Collect internal and external feedback, summarize for comprehensive post-event evaluations, and provide recommended program changes Recommend ways to improve events and results Create and maintain event calendar, sourcing potential opportunities and ensuring timely execution Qualifications Proficient in all Microsoft software applications (preferred: design skills, and basic website updating) Excellent communication and organizational skills Ability to multitask, think outside the box, problem-solve, and pay great attention to details Positive attitude and approach and the ability to work independently Commitment Schedule is flexible and based on availability, 10-24 hours/week Must be able to work some evening hours at special events hosted by Cultural Fabric Unpaid; may generate marketing portfolio Benefits Hands-on, practical and creative experience in a social impact business Events and communications writing/design portfolio compilation Personal development class enrollment (Cultural Fabric programs) Networking, professional connections How to Apply To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume.

    Date Posted: March 2, 2020
  • ROWING:  Are you passionate about rowing? We need your help to end Alzheimer's!

    This is a virtual opportunity
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    The Alzheimer's Association, Capital of Texas Chapter is looking for volunteers to help us with our signature fundraising campaign, The Longest Day. You are invited to join The Longest Day Volunteer Committee where you will play a vital role in team recruitment and cultivation, as well as marketing and promoting the event throughout our chapter territory. We are looking for assistance with getting rowing groups or clubs involved. Each year, the Alzheimer's Association hosts The Longest Day to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer's care, support and research. It's easy to participate in The Longest Day - just choose an activity you like to do and turn it into a fundraiser to fight Alzheimer's. Learn more at www.alz.org/TLD or contact: Christy Hill, chill@alz.org for volunteer opportunities.

    Date Posted: March 2, 2020
  • Marketing and Communications Intern

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    Cultural Fabric is seeking a Marketing & Communications volunteer to help us promote programs/services and to increase visibility. The volunteer in this role will gain valuable skills in brand strategy, marketing, market research, and communications (social media and PR). Cultural Fabric is an applied mindfulness learning & development company focused on helping raise their awareness to benefit their relationship to themselves, their colleagues, and their environments. Responsibilities Work with Founder to execute brand strategy Conduct market research and compile sources for ongoing review Review collateral and suggest mission-aligned additions Send marketing materials and other communications to prospective clients Distribute on and offline marketing and communications using a variety of channels, including social media Create and/or analyze event marketing plans and conversion rates Track performance of brand positioning, messaging, and collateral Write press releases for events, create promotional materials (e.g. flyers, postcards) Create and maintain marketing/social media and events calendar Assist in creation and copywriting of sales enablement tools including collateral, presentations, and promotions Qualifications Proficient in all Microsoft software applications (preferred: design skills, and basic website updating) Excellent communication and organizational skills Ability to multitask, think outside the box, problem-solve, and pay great attention to details Positive attitude and approach and the ability to work independently Commitment Schedule is flexible and based on availability, 10-24 hours/week Unpaid; generate marketing portfolio and/or gain credit by going through a structured internship at your school’s internship office, if applicable Benefits Hands-on, practical and creative experience in a social impact business Marketing and communications writing/design portfolio compilation Personal development class enrollment (Cultural Fabric programs) Networking, professional connections How to Apply To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to contact@culturalfab.com

    Date Posted: March 2, 2020
  • Communications/ Public Relations Job Description

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

    Communications/ Public Relations Job Description We are searching for a talented and professional Communications and Public Relations Professional to join Building Peaceful Bridges (BPB). Your duties will be diverse and multi-faceted, therefore excellent professional skills are vital. The successful candidate will help create promotional materials, organize meetings and presentations, and develop and maintain relationships with other organizations to effectively deliver BPB’s message to the public and media. You must have polished written and verbal communication skills. This opportunity allows for application of your learned skills to promote growth. This position has flexible 15 hours per week remote work. You can work from home with hours of your choosing. Responsibilities: Establishing and maintaining relationships with members of the community and media Promptly responding to and effectively writing emails and other media communications Serve as a point of contact for media and public questions Collaborate with board members to develop and implement effective communications strategies Writing succinct and effective press releases regarding events, etc Preparing, writing, and editing publications, such as flyers, newsletters, reports Planning and coordinating meetings, interviews, presentations, and events with different companies, universities, and other venues (i.e. NPR’s Terry Gross) Create, monitor, maintain, and respond to BPB’s social media and online presence Requirements: Excellent writing and editing skills Be able to communicate clearly and effectively Strong interpersonal communication skills Ability to work independently on day-to-day tasks Deadline-oriented, with great follow-up Understanding of social media for marketing Strong project-management, time-management, and organizational skills Quick, inquisitive, and enthusiastic learner Preferred: Enrolled in or graduated from a degree in Journalism, Marketing, Communications, English, Public Relations or related field Artistic eye Experience using social media for marketing

    Date Posted: March 1, 2020
  • Hispanic/Latino Community Engagement Leader

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

    As the population ages and becomes increasingly more diverse, the Alzheimer's Association continues to expand its mission, activities and initiatives to remain highly inclusive and meet the demand for culturally and linguistically sensitive information and increase awareness among all persons living with the disease and their caregivers. We want to include all people in the fight against Alzheimer's by engaging diverse communities in the full mission of the Association. Alzheimer's Association Hispanic/Latino Community Engagement Leaders (HLCELs) are volunteer community engagers and public speakers who help raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease, the free resources offered through the Alzheimer’s Association, and the many ways to join our cause at local community and education events within Hispanic/Latino communities. HLCELs deliver Alzheimer’s Association Core Curriculum using prepared training materials on topics related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias as well as information for individuals and families impacted by the disease.

    Date Posted: February 28, 2020
  • Volunteer Board Member

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

    Board role and responsibilities Board members are expected to serve utilizing their judgment and discretion for the benefit of The Cheyney C Club. Members shall operate in good faith, with loyalty to the best interests of the organization, make reasonable inquiry into the activities of the organization, maintain confidentiality of Board and organization information, exercise good judgment and care, avoid conflicts of interest, show respect to others, including other Board members, C Club members, Cheyney affiliate organizations, and contributors. Recognition of the Mission Members of the Board of Directors are expected to understand and support the organization’s mission, serve as ambassadors and advocates of the mission, assist with the raising of funds, make philanthropic financial contributions, and lend advice and expertise to The C Club’s executive leadership team. Board members, therefore, should be familiar with The C Club’s mission, bylaws, and strategic plan for external funding. Fundraising and Advocacy As a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization, fundraising and advocacy are vital to the success of The Cheyney C Club. One of the most important functions of the Board is to assist and oversee The C Club’s fundraising efforts. Consistent with this, all Board member are expected to: 1. Make The Cheyney C Club one of their top five philanthropic contributions each year and plan to make a significant gift to the organization during their term. 2. Solicit the financial support of others in addition to his or her personal contribution. Matching gift contributions from an employer will count as "support of others." 3. Serve as the Chair or member of an event committee, contribute ideas and actively support the development efforts of The C Club. 4. Attend and support as many C Club-hosted events as possible. Fiscal Oversight The Board of Director must provide broad fiscal oversight, including the adaptation of an annual budget, regular review of revenue and expenses, and review of tax forms and audits. Involvement in Meetings Board members are expected to prepare for, promptly attend, and actively participate in the monthly board meetings. If they are serving as the chair of a committee, it is expected that the committee will meet at least once per month either in person or via teleconference to sustain momentum.

    Date Posted: February 25, 2020
  • Senior Project Manager- Website (Volunteer)

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

    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY Senior Project Management Lead Passionate about making a social impact? Interested in volunteering and service learning in an innovative entrepreneurial non-profit? One where your contributions would be valued and you could have the opportunity to lead your own projects? If so, ASI would love to hear from you! What we do... Advance Social Innovation (ASI) is a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to develop and adopt innovative & effective programs that ​support underrepresented groups and communities in US and on the global scale. Our programs include social enterprise or initiatives that serve these communities. See more at https://www.advancesocialinnovation.org/. What you’ll be doing... The Senior Project Management Lead drives project management strategy across the ASI community. Partnering with Department Heads and other stakeholders, you will define best practices, set in place standards and find innovative ways to solve complex problems in the delivery of sound project management. You will use your expertise in multi-project management, resource management, team engagement and customer service to ensure project efficiency and effectiveness. understanding of web technologies is a must Build effective partnership with clients (ASI Management Team colleagues, ASI Coalition partners, etc.) to understand their challenges, pain points and existing processes In consultation with team(s), create, own and improve project management processes Develop standards and best practices for project management with ASI, educating and training where needed In partnership with People & Culture (HR), recruit project team members Ensure team members trained in ASI processes and standards Provides end-to-end project management for delivery of project commitments and customer satisfaction, on time and on budget Maintains regular and proactive communication with stakeholders to ensure timely updates, risk management and issue resolution Live the ASI values: engage, motivate and empower team to create an inclusive, collaborative, service learning virtual work environment Other duties as required What we’re looking for... 5-7 years of senior and expert experience in multi-project management leading teams Startup experience as a project manager, virtual environment experience will be an asset Website development knowledge is must. Strong work ethics and commitment to excellence Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills both verbal and written with clients and colleagues Excellent time management and ability to prioritize Ability to work collaboratively in a team in a virtual environment; at the same time a reliable, self-motivated independent worker Bachelor’s degree in business management, computer science, marketing or related field Master’s degree, project management certification and other certifications will be an asset Proficient in G Suite applications Willingness to learn project management application, WordPress, and other new platforms as required To join us... Find us on VolunteerMatch to see this and other ASI volunteer opportunities Email us at asi.org@gmail.com, please attach your resume or a link to your LinkedIn profile

    Date Posted: February 19, 2020
  • Program Committee Co-Chair

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

    Seeking experienced volunteers to help drive various programs and initiatives critical to supporting organization success.

    Date Posted: February 3, 2020
  • Membership Committee Volunteers Needed

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

    Our 501c3 public charity is in need of top-notch volunteers to serve on our Membership Committee. We are seeking to fill two positions - Chair and Co-Chair. The Membership Committee is crucial to ensuring organizational efficiency in correspondence and information sharing in support of our nonprofit’s meetings. This involves activities before, during and after meetings. Please advise ASAP your availability to discuss next steps. Thanks!

    Date Posted: February 3, 2020
  • Grant Writers Needed in Support of "Bridging the Digital Divide" in Cybersecurity!!

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

    Our 501c3 public charity is in need of top-notch grant writing services to infuse much needed capital to further our stated mission and objectives. Prospective grant funders are foundations, corporations and government entities (esp the National Science Foundation) providing funds for programs designed to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), with emphasis on women and under-represented minorities. Please advise asap your availability to discuss next steps. Thanks!

    Date Posted: February 3, 2020
  • Social Media Enthusiast

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

    Believers United for Progress, a 501(c)(3) organization, was created in 2004 and incorporated in 2007, for the purpose of strengthening the community. We are mainly active in the Durham, North Carolina area, with strong ties to the Hayti neighborhood. By utilizing grants and donations we provide basic necessities like food to the people of the community through the Child Adult Care Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). We have a strong focus on at-risk children and their families, which provides us with opportunities for new programs. With our ability to provide food and books we also provide for people in the community to come together and to have a place to give back, thus reinvesting in the communities themselves. To learn more about BUFP, please visit our website: http://www.believersunitedforprogress.org/about-us/ BUFP is looking for someone to assist in keeping our social media presence active to increase awareness regarding our cause and programs in the local community. While we do not need the social media expert to work from our office in Durham, we prefer someone from the RTP (Durham, Raleigh, Cary etc.) area who can visit the office at least once a month. To learn more about BUFP, please visit our website: http://www.believersunitedforprogress.org/about-us/ Requirements: 1) Should have some experience setting up and using Facebook/Twitter Pages and Advertisements. 2) Should own a personal laptop to be able to persom these duties remotely (from home). 3) Should be able to visit our office in RTP atleast once a month (for an hour).

    Date Posted: February 3, 2020
  • Web Master

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

    Looking for someone to keep our website up to date and increase daily visitation with a back ground in that feild.All the programs we run are free & open to the communities

    Date Posted: February 3, 2020
  • Gofundme Professional

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

    Believers United for Progress, a 501(c)(3) organization, was created in 2004 and incorporated in 2007, for the purpose of strengthening the community. We are mainly active in the Durham, North Carolina area, with strong ties to the Hayti neighborhood. By utilizing grants and donations we provide basic necessities like food to the people of the community through the Child Adult Care Program (CACFP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). We have a strong focus on at-risk children and their families, which provides us with opportunities for new programs. With our ability to provide food and books we also provide for people in the community to come together and to have a place to give back, thus reinvesting in the communities themselves. To learn more about BUFP, please visit our website: http://www.believersunitedforprogress.org/about-us/ Looking for an experienced person to help with our Gofundme page. Prefer someone who has success in raising funds via gofundme previously. To help support current, ongoing projects and to be instrumental in creation of new community projects. We would also like to purchase a building, we are unsure if we require two pages or one for both financial requests. All of our programs are free & open to the general communities.

    Date Posted: February 3, 2020
  • Fundraising Grant Writer

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

    We are looking for someone to help identify and create incredible grants to help fund not only robotics programs but a "full stack" of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) activities under-development. Grants are needed to create a "real world" opportunity for young students of color as follows Primary school STEM education Secondary school STEM education Competitions (travel, food & beverage) Coding courses STEM-field scholarships for college interns Workforce readiness Post-Secondary on-boarding Annual banquet As a new 501(c)(3) we are excited and need additional help to achieve these lofty goals.

    Date Posted: January 27, 2020
  • Undergraduate Intern(s) to assist with youth robotics

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

    We are looking for energetic college students pursuing a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts (Digital) or Math (STEM/STEAM) associates or bachelors degree to serve as in-classroom role-models for one of our many local FIRST LEGO League robotics teams, our drone league and coding initiatives. Most of our teams and leagues start in the fall and run year-round. No specific experience necessary just be you! Your purpose is to give students in ethnically diverse clubs, teams and leagues an opportunity to engage and visualize themselves as college students pursuing education beyond high-school. Teams are located across the Twin Cities within predominately within the 494-694 "Beltway" servicing North Minneapolis, South Minneapolis, East St. Paul, West St. Paul and the Midway areas. We can find a location convenient for you!

    Date Posted: January 27, 2020
  • Twitch Expert

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

    We are looking for a Twitch expert as we are seeking to launch our cybersecurity games, Game Workz on Twitch. Hee is a link to Game Workz www.game-workz.org

    Date Posted: January 26, 2020
  • Podcast Editor

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

    We are seeking for an experienced podcast editor/producer. We are creating a podcast for the California Prevention Training Center (jointly funded by PHFE and UCSF) related to HIV and STD prevention and family planning. Qualifications: -At least 3 years experience in audio editing (have a link to your portfolio). -An ear for good interviewing perspectives. -can work remotely and occasionally come to our Emeryville offices -be comfortable hearing topics related to family planning, abortion, and HIV/STI -be an excellent communicator, responsive to emails, collegial and professional This is an exciting opportunity for someone interested in the sexual health field, and who wants to work alongside collaborative, savvy, and innovative colleagues. If interested in this unpaid role, send your CV, portfolio, and resume to jennifer.rogers@ucsf.edu. This is an ongoing role, estimated at 10-20 hours per month.

    Date Posted: January 23, 2020
  • Seeking interns for investigative story - interview, make phone calls

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

    We need an intern who can make phone calls and do computer/Internet research that will advocate for small charities. This is about civil rights and equity and to fight systemic discrimination. Must be able to keep confidentiality and be reliable. You must be able to be personable on the phone and follow direction. Can become a news story and you can get credited. Please email info@seedsinthemiddle.org or call Nancie directly at 917-697-3745. What you must do to be considered: 1. Send cover letter why you want to do this 2. Send resume or bio about you 3. Give exact times and dates you can dedicate to this project. 4. Only write us if you are committed to do this Please be reliable. If you work with us, we will write a letter of recommendation and we can vouch if you want to get college credits for this. Please note executive director of Seeds in the Middle is also an experienced, investigative journalist. If you are interested in investigative reporting for the public good, this is for you.

    Date Posted: January 12, 2020
  • Squarespace website update

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

    Hi, I have a square space website and I did it up myself. While I have a hang of square space and put together a nice enough site. I believe its too cluttered and I wanted to see if a few special functions could be added. So basically can it be better organized. Our website is www.afrimericanone.org. Looking forward to working with you... Regards, Marlon (President - Afrimerican Culture Initiative Inc.

    Date Posted: January 8, 2020
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  • Creative Genius for Digital Media Campaign

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Mon, June 1, 2020 - Sun, August 30, 2020

    Shirley Ann Sullivan Educational Foundation is launching its innovative education program for girls of color. Our goal is to provide a pathway that introduces primary and secondary students to international education and career opportunities. We need someone with the creative skills to make colorful and creative gifs, graphics, and infographics for this project! If you are imaginative and innovative with ideas for young minds, we need your unique talent to transform this idea into reality and exciting for young girls. Your images should spark inspiration, a dare to dream attitude combined with the messaging that you can do anything. If you believe your ideas can inspire young minds, then you are the Creative Genius we need.

    Date Posted: May 27, 2020
  • Community Yoga Phone Outreach

    with YOGACARE
    This is a virtual opportunity
    Sat, April 25, 2020 - Sat, May 30, 2020

    This is a great opportunity for volunteers to help from the comfort of your own home. We have recently launched new online classes for our YogaCare community and students across the West Side and South Side of Chicago. We are in need of Volunteers to call our students and provide information and troubleshoot with them about how to access the online courses right from their smartphone or home computer or telephone. Volunteers will be provided phone lists of students via email to call them between 9AM to 8PM Monday through Saturday on your own flexible time. Most volunteers are needed who speak English, and some who are bilingual in Spanish are also needed. The classes are all free and available regularly scheduled times for the community. We may need help calling donors and supporters as well for our spring fundraising campaign. Volunteer skills in social media posting would also be helpful to post on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter about the classes and to spread self-care and yoga and wellness related information. We look forward to hearing from you soon! We are also looking for volunteer roles that are more ongoing in the following areas to support our work. YogaCare is largely a volunteer-based organization with contracted teachers and 1-2 employees. Your ongoing support of our work would be most appreciated to catalyze our growth! Social Media Coordination/Website Design/Graphics Design Financial Analysis Administrative Support Yoga Teacher Training Coordination Major Gifts and Corporate Sponsorships Cultivation Volunteer Coordination

    Date Posted: April 14, 2020
  • Be a virtual volunteer with a tech entrepreneurship program

    This is a virtual opportunity
    Wed, May 6, 2020 - Fri, June 26, 2020

    About Technovation Every year, Technovation invites teams of girls from all over the world to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology. Girls ages 10 to 18 learn to identify a problem in their community and create a mobile app solution to address that problem, and then learn how to communicate these ideas and translate them into a fully launched business. REGISTER HERE: www.technovationchallenge.org As a Judge, you will... Help select 10 finalist teams to attend our virtual World Summit and earn scholarships for additional education opportunities. Assess problem-solving and mobile innovation on a global landscape (more than 1,500 teams from over 110 countries). Provide feedback to motivate young girls about their ideas. Inspire young women to enter STEM Industries. Benefits Learn how to evaluate innovation Practice assessing a wide range of content without bias Help inspire the next generation of innovators Provide feedback to motivate girls and help them learn and improve their skills Develop communication skills by evaluating how others communicate Learn how to spot good ideas quickly Practice giving feedback that is constructive and will encourage teams to continue to develop their product Access to a short online, self-paced training Requirements Judges must complete a short, self-paced online training (approx 30 minutes) If you review at six or more submissions, you will be promoted to Head Judge and invited to review the top 10% of submissions in the semifinals round: June - 26, 2020. Judge Rankings Certified Judge - Review 5 submissions | earn a certificate and 5 employee contact hours Head Judge - Review 6-10 submissions | earn a certificate and 6-10 employee contact hours, invited to judge in global semifinals Judge Advisor - Review 10+ submissions | earn employee-volunteer hours, and listed as a Judge Advisor on our website

    Date Posted: April 7, 2020