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Board Member

Rosemount Center

Jan. 1, 2017, 11 p.m. - Jan. 1, 2020, 11 p.m.

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 5, 2018, 11 p.m. - June 4, 2020, 11 p.m.

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 d4g@tobedestinedforgreatness.org

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701 Pennsylvania Ave SE
Washington, 20003

Crafters Needed To Help Hospice Patients

Capital Caring - Alexandria

June 9, 2019, 11 p.m. - Oct. 30, 2019, 11 p.m.

The sickest of the sick are in need of crafting people. Please consider sharing your talents to help others. Our patients benefit from knitted or quilted blankets, chemo caps and what we call fidget blankets/sensory blankets. These items help our patients remain comfortable.Knitted or quilted blankets-these can be created in any size, color or pattern. Some patients are in wheelchairs so smaller ones are used to keep them warm. They usually put them on their laps, some like to wrap them around their shoulders.Chemo caps- our patients who might be receiving treatments can often get cold if they have experienced hair loss. These caps keep them warm and also provide a little style which can be motivating.Fidget aprons or blankets-these can be made from aprons you may already have and not using. By sewing on velcor, sheepskin, buttons, zippers, pockets and other sensory items this helps patients who might by providing them tactile stimulation. You can be as creative as you like!Feel free to email Katherine Knoble kknoble@capitalcaring.org if you would like further information or maybe some visual samples to get ideas of items. Any and all help is needed. These items truly make a huge difference to our patients. Feel free to call Katherine at 703-333-6958 for further info. Thank you for considering to help our hospice patients.

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5845 Richmond Highway #150
Alexandria, Virginia 22303

Volunteer Chapter Lead - Military Lead And Civilian Leaders Needed!

Blue Star Families

July 31, 2019, 11 p.m. - July 31, 2020, 11 p.m.

Volunteer Chapter Lead - Military Leaders and Civilian Leaders needed!Have a passion for military families? Looking for a volunteer role where you will gain valuable real-life experience? We are looking for you to join our dynamic and growing volunteer team!Our Volunteer Chapter Leaders are the face of Blue Star Families at the local level. The Volunteer Chapter Lead will serve as a liaison between the military and civilian communities in their community. The Chapter Leaders will represent Blue Star Families at local events, work with and mentor volunteers, help host events for various programs and participate in community meetings and collaborations. This Volunteer role requires a one year commitment to the duties and responsibilities below.What you will be doing:Helping to recruit and assemble chapter leadership roles in accordance with the chapter organizational chartMentoring volunteersProviding guidance to help grow the chapter and deliver consistent programs to military families and neighbors within the communityScheduling, attending and leading various chapter area meetings to review and discuss chapter activities and initiativesEstablish key area relationships with community and installation leaders and donorsYou are familiar with the community and have a desire to support military familiesYou have experience leading a team of volunteersYou are confident, a self starter and skilled in taking initiativeYou have experience developing and leading plans and projectsYou are skilled in utilizing social media platforms and have excellent communication skills

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Washington DC Metro Area
Washington, DC, 20241

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