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C. E. O. is seeking commission-based fundraisers to assist with raising funds for some of the programs we are implementing this summer. All of these programs are based in Michigan in the Detroit Metro area. Please take a look at our programs below and if you think you would be a good fit, contact us. We are seeking local candidates as well as out of town candidates for these roles.
Educational Breakfast Program -https://app.moonclerk.com/pay/8wui0ofulym
Homeless Children and Mothers Program -https:app.moonclerk.com/pay/c71n7t60s4l
Female Hygiene Essentials Program
Pregnant Mothers Program
Ends July 31, 2016, 4:00 AM
Camp Kesem UVA is looking for a nurse to join their summer camp team! Our chapter, one of 73 Camp Kesem chapters across the United States, offers a free week-long camp for kids affected by their parent's cancer. Camp is free to attend, and the camp is planned, managed, and staffed by college student volunteers from the University of Virgina.
Camp will be held from 8/8-8/14 at Crossroads Camp and Conference Center, near Lynchburg, Virginia
As nurse you will be responsible for dispensing daily medication, as instructed by each camper's physician, and for addressing any health emergencies that may come up over the course of the week. You must hold an RN, LPN/LVN, or be a Nurse Practitioner in the state of Virginia, or be willing to obtain a temporary license for that state.
Due to the short notice, we are prepared to offer a compensation for service the entire week.
All potential candidates will undergo a background check and interview process.
If you are interested, please reply to this ad with your resume.
For more information about Camp Kesem and our mission, please visit www.campkesem.org.
Ends July 31, 2016, 4:00 AM
It's Minority Mental Health Awareness Month! The saying goes, "when life gives you lemons, MAKE LEMONADE."Because you never know what kind of pain a person is smiling through, we are inviting teenage girls and young women to join us for some fun in the sun.
Come share stories, meet new friends, learn more about our girl talk series, and be a rainbow in someone else's cloud. The program will include a balloon release ceremony, food, fun, games, girl talk, and a live painting raffle.
All of the activities are free, but each person must RSVP no later than July 28, 2016 to attend.The event is open to teenage girls and young women (13 - 25 years old), and we are asking everyone to WEAR BLUE!
We will open registration to millenial women (26 - 30 years old) if any slots are remaining on July 24, 2016.
Starts July 31, 2016, 7:00 PM
The City of New York is looking for talented and innovative tech professionals! With hundreds of positions available across multiple City agencies, we are hosting our first ever Citywide Tech Job Fair. You'll have a chance to interview directly with hiring managers, learn more about what it's like to work in NYC government, and get more information about the City's excellent comprehensive benefits packages. For a list of available tech positions, visit the City's jobs website and check out the City's tech jobs site to learn what it's like to work for the City.
The fair will be held at The Kimmel Center in New York City, located at 60 Washington Square South, from 10:00AM to 6:30PM. Admission is free; photo ID is required for building entry. Sign up to receive email reminders as the date of the fair approaches or add the event on Facebook.
Starts August 1, 2016, 2:00 PM