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Recruiting For Board Members - Fundraising And Event Planning

Passion For Life, Inc

Feb. 24, 2018, midnight - Feb. 24, 2020, midnight

Passion for Life (P4L) The mission of Passion is to help high school students identify their passion and help them create a plan to turn them into rewarding careers.Passion for Life, Inc. is seeking individuals with Senior Level Executive experience with a commitment to grow and expand the impact of the organization. Our Board Members operate as change agents leading the charge in fulfilling the organization's mission, partnering with the Executive Director and working collaboratively to manage a high-performance management team.The Primary role of the Board is the raise funds for the operating budget of the organization and to leverage network and contacts for the furthering of the organization's mission. The board also ensures that the organization is fiscally responsible, accountable and sustainable.About the Role of Board Director:We are looking for professionals that have an expertise in the following industries: Human Resources, Sales, Marketing and Public Relations, Finance (CPA or Banking), Event Planning, Fundraising/Grant Writing, and Operations (Process Management).Time commitments:Please be advised that attendance and full participation in P4L programs and events are essential. It is vital that potential board members understand that P4L requires a minimum time commitment of six (8-10) hours per month (including monthly board meetings). The board term average is 1-2 years.

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PO Box 88715
Atlanta, Georgia 30356

Volunteer Coordinator Needed

Artportunity Knocks

Jan. 28, 2019, noon - Dec. 6, 2019, 3 p.m.

This is an Supervisory level Volunteer opportunity for an individual wants to help grow and work with the fastest growing youth arts nonprofit organization In GA! A successful candidate will assist with leading the charge in fulfilling the organization's mission by partnering with the Executive Director (ED) and other senior team members in working collaboratively to manage Volunteer and Internship database and manage administrative tasks.We are specifically looking a HIGHLY ORGANIZED person who represent POSITIVITY, LEADERSHIP and embraces DIVERSITY.The role will handle the following responsibilities:REVIEW, SCREEN, AND INTERVIEW VOLUNTEERSmaintain electronic and paper records of all volunteershandle requests for information and dataresolve administrative problems and inquiriesprepare written responses to candidates via emailManage organization volunteer databaseprepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos and emailsprepare agendas for trainings and schedule trainingscoordinate and maintain records for volunteers*This position is a volunteer position. IF you work the minimum requirement of time which is between 10-20 hrs per week. You can choose the days you want to work outThe selection is a series of interviews, meetings, and performance review, and prior to officially accepting the position (usually 7-10 day process). Because you will be working in a youth development organization, you will need to possess a current background check.In all things we want to make sure we have the person who will demonstrate excellence in everything they do for Artportunity Knocks. If you believe this is for you, please contact us via Volunteermatch.org or by emailing your resume and cover letter to HR@artportunityknocks.org.

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3712 Martin Luther King Jr. drive SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30331

Children's Support Group Facilitator

Innovative Solutions For Disadvantage & Disability

Aug. 26, 2019, 6 p.m. - Dec. 23, 2019, 7:45 p.m.

Do you enjoy working with children ages 5-12 and want to further you skills in group work? This opportunity provides a chance to work under a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who will provide supervision. It is a chance to give back to the some of the most vulnerable children and their families in Atlanta. Project GRANDD families are grandparents raising their grandchildren with special needs. The biological parents are unable to care for the children due to a variety of reasons including death, illness, substance addiction, incarceration, etc.Job descriptionThe Children’s Support Group Facilitator is responsible for facilitating a monthly support group for elementary-aged children who are being raised by their grandparents. The Children’s Group Facilitator is responsible for the development and maintenance of the group and ensures that the group meets and maintains the ISDD's standards of quality. Time commitment is 2 hours per month beginning in January 2016. Group will be held at the Metropolitan Library Branch in SW Atlanta. Supervision is provided by the Program Director who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. The Children's Group Facilitator will: a) provide a safe, nurturing and supportive environment for children b) provide opportunities for children to enhance their self-esteem and practice social skills c) model effective non-violent problem solving and conflict resolution techniques d) support children and their grandparents to establish trust and positive interactions with each othere) support children as they work through difficult emotions such as grief, anger and lossDesired Skills and ExperienceThis position requires the following skills: Group Facilitation, Cross-cultural Communication, People Skills, Relationship Building, Child Welfare, Child Care. Experience working with children required. Master’s degree in counseling or social work preferred.About Project GRANDD and Innovative Solutions for Disadvantage & Disability:Project GRANDD is a community-based support program for grandparents in the Metro Atlanta aarea who are raising grandchildren or other relatives who have disabilities, chronic illness, or behavior or learning difficulties. Project GRANDD provides group educational meetings, monthly support groups, family care coordination and practical help where needed. Project GRANDD is a program of Innovative Solutions for Disadvantage & Disability (ISDD), an Atlanta-based 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2004 with the mission to promote health equity for children living in social and economic disadvantage with or are at risk for disability.

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Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, Metropolitan Branch
Atlanta, Georgia 30310

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