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Board Member

Rosemount Center

Jan. 2, 2017, midnight - Jan. 2, 2020, midnight

This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual passionate about Rosemount’s mission with a track record of leadership and community involvement. The ideal candidate will have:Experience and leadership accomplishments in business, education, law, finance, government, philanthropy, or the nonprofit sector;Personal qualities of integrity, character, and a passion for early childhood education and family support program.Board member responsibilities include:Leadership, Governance and Oversight:With the CEO, develops Rosemount’s strategic plan. Monitors Rosemount’s progress in implementing long-range goals;Fiduciary responsibilities -Reviews and approves the annual budget and audit reports;Ensures Rosemount is meeting requirements established by funding agencies, including Early Head Start;Serves as an ambassador and spokesperson. Recruits candidates for board appointment.Fundraising:Board Members make an annual contribution commensurate with their ability;Identify potential donors and introduce them to Rosemount Center;Attend and support all Rosemount Center fundraising events.Board Terms and Participation:Serves a three-year term with a possible re-appointment for one additional term;Attends all Board and Committee meetings;Serves on a board committee and takes on special assignments as needed.We are currently seeking board members with legal or financial expertise.

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2000 Rosemount Avenue NW
Washington, 20010

Social Media Intern (Unpaid Internship)

Destined For Greatness Inc

June 6, 2018, midnight - June 5, 2020, midnight

What we are looking for: We are seeking a savvy social media guru to join our team. This role will focus on overseeing social media outreach, marketing strategies, advertising & branding. It will require a minimum of 10 hours weekly which includes a hour long bi-weekly briefing via video call. Individual must enjoy social networking and have all of their social media handles synced, and updated. They must also be energetic, sociable and love connecting with people, whether it be by phone, in-person or online. You must also be a strategic thinker who understands business strategy and are able to build brand loyalty and keep content and product offerings up to date. We expect you to be a reliable creative thinker who can independently conduct research; develop relevant content; navigate across various social media platforms; and articulate recommendations/plans. Responsibilities: * Update social media platforms with specific focus on generating unique and well-written content and increase user engagement and impressions. * Create web, print and graphic content. * Assist with organizational marketing and planning tasks. * Identify gaps and areas for improvement for marketing. * Develop marketing campaigns. * Track analytics. * Develop an email list and curate email blasts using MailChimp. * Provide reports on social media and email engagement/impressions. Qualifications: * Have at least one year of experience using various social media platforms, including, but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google and/or a current Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Media, Journalism, Business Major or a related field. * Excellent written and verbal communications skills. * Ability to identify a target market and "speak" to consumer through social media. * Ability to prioritize and complete assignments by established deadlines. * Initiative to come up with fresh ideas on how to grow our online presence. * Experience with digital media software preferred (i.e., Photoshop, Illustrator or other graphic design software). * Proficiency with Microsoft Office. * Experience in public relations, marketing, graphic design, and/or media arts. * Willingness to learn. * Excellent personality. Job Type: Internship Experience: Social Media Marketing: Two year minimum To Apply: Send your resume and/or portfolio to

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701 Pennsylvania Ave SE
Washington, 20003

Data Program Manager

Alvaina Foundation

June 10, 2019, midnight - Sept. 1, 2019, midnight

Organization and Program Background: ALVAINA is an acronym for A Leadership & Learning Venture Accessible Internationally and Nationally for All. We are concerned about communities affected by problems rooted in social polarization and economic inequality. We believe education is an ingredient that can be used to address these problems through school, family, and community participation and cross-sectoral collaboration. Thus, our mission is to bridge the socio-economic development gap through research-based education programs, advocacy, and technical assistance. The Program Manager reports directly to the CEO. The incumbent will manage the data collection activities of a team of seasonal interns or volunteers. Additionally, the incumbent will establish relationships with stakeholders to advance ALVAINA’s mission and work with the board in developing the organization’s strategic plan.Major Duties and Responsibilities: Manage a team of volunteers’ data collection activities (e.g. surveys, focus groups, podcasts) Assist in establishing/managing relationships with stakeholders (e.g. schools, non-profits, academia, board, etc.) Manage and submit summer interns’ timesheets for processing Recruit both under-/graduate students for data collection activities. Liaise with the board in updating the strategic plan Qualifications: Knowledgeable and interested in the mission of ALVAINA Foundation Awareness of the issues and challenges in education, youth, and development Proficiency in Microsoft 2000 (especially Excel) and able to learn new programs Ability to work both independently and as a part of a team Strong written and verbal communication skills Strong attention to details. Self-motivated and deadline oriented. Desire to strive for perfection with an interest to learn and grow from the experience Degree or academic credit/work experience in business administration, social sciences, engineering, communications, or any other relevant field This position is open to start immediately. Interested applicants should send a resume and a brief cover letter to *Please note that this position is unpaid with the potential for paid employment based on funding availability. This experience may also count towards academic course credit.

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2301 Georgia Avenue NW
Washington DC, 20001

Park Inventory: Judiciary Park

Casey Trees

July 19, 2019, 1 p.m. - July 19, 2019, 3:30 p.m.

Come spend your Friday afternoon with Casey Trees measuring and learning about trees in the beautiful Judiciary Park!Are you interested in learning about tree species? Do you love being outside and want to meet people who also do? Need a break from the office? Join us as we work with NPS landscapers and Casey Trees staff to catalogue the trees in Judiciary Park. Participants will split into groups and begin assessing trees. We will document tree species, height, diameter of the trunk, width of the crown, overall health, and more. Register at Should Attend?Open to the general public, you do not need any prior experience to join us. If you have participated in our Trees 101 or Trees 201 class, this will be a great way to put your knowledge into action!RequirementsNo specific skills required.Register in advance. Space is limited. If your plans change prior to the event, please update your registration status.Come PreparedWe will plan to conduct the inventory rain or shine so please wear appropriate clothing and comfortable shoes for walking short distances. Participants are welcome to bring water and light snacks.Getting ThereJudiciary Park is on the corner of 5th St NW and Indiana Ave. NW and is just south of E St. NW from Judiciary Square Metro Station.Where to MeetBe on the lookout for the green/white Casey Trees table near the Darlington Memorial Fountain. Participants will be emailed a detailed map closer to the inventory date.

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401 5th St. NW
Washington, 20549

Childcare Volunteers Needed For July 27th For Workshops For Teen Parents In College!

Generation Hope

July 27, 2019, 9:15 a.m. - July 27, 2019, 5 p.m.

Generation Hope is the only community-based nonprofit organization in the DMV region focused on college completion and early childhood success for two populations that are dismissed regarding their potential and dreams for the future, and we are a rarity across the United States. Founded in 2010, Generation Hope selects teen mothers and teen fathers who have displayed academic achievement and a desire to go to college to become Scholars in the Generation Hope Scholar Program. Teen parents are often dismissed by school officials and others when it comes to their potential to pursue higher education. Generation Hope presents college-readiness workshops in the community throughout the year to identify and recruit promising students to our program. Once accepted, Generation Hope provides each Scholar with three supports that we believe increase the likelihood that they will obtain their college degree; up to $2,400 per year in tuition assistance, one-on-one mentoring, and case management. Additionally, Scholars receive an increased network of support from the extended family that the program provides to them and to their young children. This support stays with Scholars until they earn their two or four-year degree. We will be holding our Summer Bridge Program for our Scholars on Saturday, July 27th and Saturday, August 3rd and and we need volunteers to help with the kiddos so our Scholars can focus on getting the tools they need to succeed in college! Please consider volunteering part of your day (3 hrs) or more!To sign up:

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Montgomery College's Takoma Park
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910