Program posted by: ID Identifying Discourse Inc,
Posted on: February 12, 2013
ID Identifying Discourse Inc. (ID Inc.) is a newly incorporated international humanitarian organization working towards providing educational resources and opportunities to national and international communities facing social barriers and structural inequity. ID Inc. is based in New York City, yet operates remotely within the states and with our international partners, schools and universities. We are an official New York City, NY State non profit with authority to work in New Orleans as a non profit organization.
To the point: Highly organized with the aim of creating opportunities to bring youth together internationally to address unpopular issues affecting young people as well as popular causes. Our Executive Director believes it is now time in our early development to welcome dynamic socially responsible students to assist with organizing programs and to assist with creating a strong national and international platform and profile for ID Identifying Discourse Inc.
Our website is up and running beautifully, our paperwork is in order and our small team is dedicated to improving on our program model and enhancing the lives of the youth communities in which we collaborate.
Opportunities to become involved are at all levels. We have a small Board of Directors yet we are looking to expand our Board of Directors with dynamic, hardworking people with interest in managing a Non Governmental Organization (NGO), that has a focus on working with youth, arts and education communities in developing countries.
Our international projects create a safe space for youth to exchange ideas about important community issues, and to develop the skills and vision they need to take part in the transformation of their communities. The ID Inc. team fosters international gatherings and forums that are specifically organized for youth and students. Our goals are project sustainability and supporting original ideas. Information gathered at our meetings, forums and retreats are used to help develop original intercultural projects that aim to engage young people in high-risk areas. We engage young people in the arts from street level to fine arts and immerse ourselves in the daily culture of the countries to which we visit and collaborate.
Our work engages young people to simply get involved through arts and intercultural conversation
We are looking for students who are studying the following majors or have experience in:
Non-Profit Management-International Relations-Cultural Studies-Cultural Anthropology-Sociology-Foreign Languages- Computer Science-WritingBlog Writers-Social Media Expert-Business-Fundraising-Grant writers-Marketing Researcher-Marketing and Media-Project Development-Project Evaluation-Youth Development and Social Work-Student Groups-Tourism-Student travel organizations-List Serves Management
Direct links to pages on our website.
Apply by sending a letter of interest with a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org