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Seeking Community Outreach Manager for Social Justice OrganizationBookmark This
Posted: July 10 2015
Company Location: New York, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionWho are we: Freedom Ladder is an organization committed to the welfare of children. Our manga (comic book) "Abolitionista!" was created with the help of the FBI, to educate young people about the issue of human trafficking and equip them with the skills to protect themselves. For more information, go to www.abolitionista.org. Prepare yourself for adventure!
We're beginning a campaign to get this comic book into the hands of as many young people as possible by transforming our website into a go-to destination for entertainment and events for young people. Not only will it feature our comic book and information about human trafficking, but it will also have a fashion page, interviews with celebrities, movie reviews, a book club, etc.
Extra Awesome Benefits
As an intern you will be able to:
Exercise and improve your social, technical and organizational skills.
Work at home on your own schedule.
Work anywhere in the United States.
Expand your start-up experience and increase your marketing skills.
Powerfully promote a movement and an organization.
Support the empowerment of young people & make the world safer for kids.
Inspire your family and friends by your heroic commitment to community service.
Connect with fun, interesting people who care about making a difference in the world.
Boost your resume.
ResponsibilitiesAs a Community Outreach Manager, a typical day on the job might include the following:
Coordinate events with off-site communities and service partners (schools, youth organizations, non-profits).
Communicate with and identify the location of events.
Work with the Freedom Ladder team to refine our workshops.
Enthusiastically chat on behalf of the Freedom Ladder team and represent our wonderful cause in a variety of events.
Collaborate with our fellow team members and volunteers to promote events and workshops.
Blog on our current event page, fashion page, book club page.
Join the Team in spreading the word about our present and upcoming events.
This job might be for you if:
You feel strongly passionate about creating a safer environment for children. You feel that it is important to bring about awareness towards the dangers regarding human trafficking and the very ways that one may protect themselves.
You like to help people. You are dependable, enthusiastic, patient and can maintain a cool head under-pressure. Guiding, teaching and helping people gives you that nice, warmth and fuzzy feeling.
You enjoy to solve problems. You like to solve difficult challenges by approaching them in various of creative ways.
You pay close attention to details. You feel that details are an important part of the overall picture, and without them a project will not be 'presentable' or 'successful.'
You are able to communicate clearly. You write good. You can speak and articulate well. You can pretty much discuss with your client/sponsor, may it be in person, by phone or in writing.
You are motivated and committed. You enthusiastically jump at the opportunity of facing new challenges. You are going to own up to the responsibility of being a part of our team and actually create an impact.
RequirementsThe must 'Do's'
You must commit yourself to as much or as little time as you want. But we normally recommend at least 4 hours a week of your lovely time.
In order to land this gig, you need to have some prior community outreach and good people skills in order to make this project a great hit! Experience would be lovely, but it's not mandatory. Outside internships, volunteer work and even projects count. Just make sure to send us your cover letter or resume, so that we can see your awesome superhero/heroine skills.
For more information, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org