Non profit development volunteers work closely with South Bronx United's Executive Director in building organizational capacity in support of SBU's youth development programs, which use soccer as a tool to help youth advance academically, graduate high school, and go on to college. Work is focused in 3 key areas: 1) grant research & writing, 2) press relations and social media, and 3) fundraising through special events and sponsorships. Within these areas, the position can be molded to fit the individual's strengths and interests.
Fall Term: September - December
Spring Term: mid/late January - May
Summer Term: May - September
SBU Office, 192 E 151st Street, 5th Floor, The Bronx, NY 10451
Along with possessing a passion for supporting non profit work and serving urban youth, an applicant should have a strong communication and writing skills and comfort using Microsoft Excel and Google Documents. Additionally, an ideal candidate should have a BA in communications, non profit management, marketing or another related field. Experience in event planning and/or fundraising is a plus but not essential.
10-15 hours a week for at least one semester.
All volunteers will be trained and supervised by the Executive Director.
While the position is unpaid, volunteers have the opportunity to see the inner workings of a small but growing non profit and get experience in providing the resources and support needed for program sustainability.
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