February 6, 2007 – Volunteer Job of the Week


February 6, 2007 – Volunteer Job of the Week
“Do, or do not. There is no 'try'.” – Yoda ('The Empire Strikes Back')

Good Morning from Volunteer Job of the Week!

This week, we have some fun quick facts for you by way of the
Corporation of National Community Service (www.nationalservice.gov). A
December 2006 issue brief from the organization includes the following
findings:

-Volunteering is at a 30-year high (We kinda knew that.Yay!);
-Growth in volunteering is fueled by older teens, mid-life adults, and
older adults;
-More Americans volunteer through religious organizations than any other
type of organization;
-Volunteering through educational groups is increasing; and
-Older adults volunteer more intensely.

Whether or any or all of these demographics describe you or not, we all
have our own reasons for volunteering. What gets you motivated to help
out? Please share your experiences with VJOTW.  And, as always, please
send along your ideas and any volunteer opportunities and we'll share
them with the VJOTW network.

Thanks for reading!

In this issue:
***One Paragraph Pitch
***This Week' Opportunities
1.) Various Events and Intern Opportunities, Special Olympics Virginia
(Richmond)
2.) Event Planning and Marketing, Race for Breath (Virginia Beach, Va.)
3.) Events, PR and Various, Opera Theater of Pittsburgh
4.) PR Help, Music for Troops (Virtual, based in Lyon Station, Penn.)
5.) PR and Event Volunteers, Animal Alliance (Belle Mead, NJ)
6.) PR and Media Volunteers (Virtual Opportunity based in Los Angeles)
7.) Newsletter Editors and marketing, Dalai Lama Foundation (Virtual
Opportunity)
8. ) P.R./Marketing Manager, STC Boston
9.) Marketing Director, DigitalEve (Seattle, Wash.)
10.) PR Committee Volunteer, The Women's Center (Raleigh, NC)
11.) Full-time Marcom Volunteer, Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources
(through AmeriCorps)
12.) Marketing and Events Intern, The Volunteer Center (San Francisco)
13.) Media Relations Volunteers, Children's Hospital (Oakland, Calif.)
14.) Various Volunteers, Hugs for Homeless Animals (Virtual and
Franklin, Wisconsin)
***Weekly Fun Report

***One Paragraph Pitch
American Red Cross of Greater Chicago – Marketing & Communications
Volunteers 
Marketing and Communication Volunteers assist the Marketing and
Communications department in promoting Red Cross services throughout the
Chicagoland region.  If you have a background or strong interest in
media and marketing, come join our team. We can be flexible with your
schedule and will work to use you as often or as little as you want to
work.  Volunteers are needed to assist with the following:
.   Media relations
.   Marketing events coordination
.   Public affairs interface with government
.   Photography
.   Graphic design
.   Writing & editing
.   Website consultation
Find out more: http://www.chicagoredcross.org/general_calltoaction.asp?SN=248&IDCapitulo=VF223FBDFD

***Now onto some great opportunities…
1.) Various Events and Intern Opportunities, Special Olympics Virginia
(Richmond)
Special Olympics Virginia (SOVA) is a year round sports program for
persons with mental disabilities. In addition to assisting with our
statewide competitions such as Summer Games and Fall Championships,
there are a number of high profile fund-raisers such as: Law Enforcement
Torch Run, Plane Pull, Polar Plunge, and The Winning Spirit Golf
Classic. The position is non-paid but the experience is invaluable.
Contact your advisor to see about possible course credit. Flexible
schedule of approximately 10-15 hours/week (More Ideal).

Duties & Projects Can Include: Marketing relations at Special Olympics
competitions and events Various fund-raising activities Assisting with
sponsorship proposals and letters Maintaining development database
Maintaining communication with existing sponsors Event management and
organization Formulating creative ideas into action Assisting in general
public relations and marketing tasks Developing promotional materials
Assisting with media relationships Starting Date: ASAP, (interns needed
for spring, summer, and fall)

Contact: Heidi Walters
Contact Phone: 804-346-5544
 Website:  www.specialolympicsva.org

2.) Event Planning and Marketing, Race for Breath (Virginia Beach, Va.)
The Race for Breath foundation provides fun, educational events that
raise funds for lung cancer research, treatment, and support programs
and is committed to educating the public about prevention and early
detection of lung cancer, the most effective ways of surviving this
life-threatening disease.

In order to make this year's race a tremendous success, we are looking
for volunteers to help with everything from publicity to fundraising to
logistics. If you are interested, please call or email one of the race
directors listed below. A volunteer interest meeting will take place in
February/March. Attend the meeting for more information on volunteer
opportunities related to the Race for Breath 5K and assist in planning
race day, help with soliciting prizes, participate in the development of
marketing materials, volunteer for race day (November 3, 2007) —all
kinds of opportunities are available!

Contact: Stacy Emanuel (757) 437-0210; snemanuel12@aol.com Nicole Piette
(757) 425-9102;
cnemanuel@aol.com Kelly Burke Jennings (757) 227-5618; kjennings12@cox.net

3.) Events, PR and Various, Opera Theater of Pittsburgh
Opera Theater presents innovative opera for imaginative audiences. Opera
Theater is Pittsburgh's modern music drama company and focuses on
creating new works, on reinterpreting older works in new ways, on
building diversity in programming and casting, on supporting emerging
talent, and on broadening audiences through outreach and education.

Opera Theater seeks volunteers to aid with special events and
productions, update the database, organize publicity materials, make
copies, file, and run errands as necessary.

Skills:
Strong communication skills; willingness to work a few evenings to help
with productions; knowledge of MS Word and Excel.

Contact:
Stephen Foster Center
286 Main Street, Third Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Contact: Allison Sanders
Phone: 412-621-1499
Website:  www.operatheaterpittsburgh.org

4.) PR Help, Music for Troops (Virtual, based in Lyon Station, Penn.)
Music For Troops is seeking Public Relations help to send the Gift of
Music to our Troops. Volunteers with experience in contacting major
networks, internet, radio stations, newsbroadcasters, TV stations,
syndicates, etc, and obtaining national exposure in prime time media of
all types are greatly needed to get the word out about Music For Troops
and it's mission of sending the Gift of Music to our Troops at home and
away from home. MFT has a number of just started campaigns that need
attention ASAP. Thank you for your support.
Skills: Communications, networking, understanding the way to get
attention in the media.

Contact: Tom Hughes, 617-850-5967
Website: www.musicfortroops.com

5.) PR and Event Volunteers, Animal Alliance (Belle Mead, NJ)
As Animal Alliance continues to grow and to fulfill our central mission
of rescuing animals and providing low-cost spay and neuter services, we
are in need of more volunteers to help us with these efforts! It is time
to put some more structures in place to support Animal Alliance,
especially in the areas of Fundraising and PR. Animal Alliance is a
501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization. We need to raise more
money to support our efforts and also to get the word out about the
great things that Animal Alliance is doing to help animals.

We have formed five main committees – Fundraising, PR, Adoption
Days/Spay and Neuter, Special Events, and Finance. We have committee
heads for each of these committees but need more volunteers to help on
these committees, as well as volunteers who will specifically fill the
following roles. Please take a look at the list and see if you might be
able to help us out with something. No matter what types of skills you
can offer or how much time you have to spare, there is something you can
do to help the animals!

PUBLIC RELATIONS – We need volunteers to::
    * write press releases that will help raise awareness about Animal
Alliance and what we do, specifically spay/neuter and the many animals
we have rescued with special medical needs.
    * send press releases to local papers and coordinate with the papers
to ensure that releases are printed.
    * make fliers as needed to advertise adoption days, Spay Days and
other events.

SPECIAL EVENTS – We need volunteers to:
    * attend local street fairs and sit at an Animal Alliance table to
speak with members of the public and raise money for Animal Alliance.
    * let us know if you see local fairs or special events that Animal
Alliance could attend – you can pass this information on to Susan at smasinda@bloomfield.com. We also need volunteers to make the necessary
arrangements with the event organizers and set up a group of volunteers
to attend.

If you can help with any of the positions listed here, please email us
at animalalliance@comcast.net, and enter VOLUNTEER in the subject line.

6.) PR and Media Volunteers (Virtual Opportunity based in Los Angeles)
Founded in 1996 by marine ecologist Dr. Gregor Hodgson, the Reef Check
Foundation is an international non-profit organization dedicated to
conservation of two ecosystems: tropical coral reefs and California
rocky reefs. With headquarters in Los Angeles and volunteer teams in
more than 80 countries, Reef Check works to create partnerships among
community volunteers, government agencies, businesses, universities and
other non-profits.

Reef Check is always looking for volunteers! Whether you are located in
Southern California or the South Pacific, or if you are a diver or not,
Reef Check teams around the world can use your help. 

PR, Media, Freelancers: Reef Check needs help to get the word out. We
will be happy to assist you in preparing Reef Check stories for TV,
radio or print media. Volunteers with PR experience are particularly
welcome to assist in fundraising activities.

Interested? Fill out the volunteer form at http://www.reefcheck.org/about_RC_Reef/volunteer_form.php

7.) Newsletter Editors and marketing, Dalai Lama Foundation (Virtual
Opportunity)
Established in 2002, with the Dalai Lama's endorsement and advice, by a
core founding group including long-time friends of the Dalai Lamaletter
from His Holiness with an invitation to all to join us in our work.
Participation is open to all, and we warmly welcome anyone who wishes to
support the Dalai Lama's vision for a better world to join with us. and
members of the Silicon Valley business community.

Our online presence is planned, built and maintained entirely by
volunteers. Check out the job descriptions listed below. It's a great
way to make your contribution to our mission of “supporting action for
peace and ethics, where we live, and around the world.” And the great
thing about these jobs is they can be done where you live, wherever
around the world that is!

-Online Newsletter Editor – Chinese or Japanese

REQUIREMENTS:
    * Native-equivalent proficiency in the language; good English
proficiency;
    * Must have sufficient time for the task (estimated at 10 hours a
month)
    * Must be experienced using web and email in the non-English
language

RESPONSIBILITIES:
    * Provide your own computer system for writing and editing, capable
of doing non-English language
    * Translate web site content as required (some changes weekly)
    * Translate English newsletter to chosen language
    * Write and edit additional newsletter information in chosen
language
    * Respond to email inquiries in chosen language (unknown volume) –
48-hour or better turnaround

-Online Newsletter Editor – Western Languages
[Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, others.]

REQUIREMENTS:
    * Native-equivalent proficiency in the language; good English
proficiency;
    * Must be experienced using web and email in the non-English
language

RESPONSIBILITIES:
    * Provide your own computer system for writing and editing, capable
of doing non-English language
    * Translate web site content as required (some changes weekly)
    * Translate English newsletter to chosen language
    * Write and edit additional newsletter information in chosen
language
    * Respond to email inquiries in chosen language (unknown volume) –
48-hour or better turnaround

-Online (viral) marketing specialist
REQUIREMENTS:
    * Good English proficiency;
    * Some experience with viral marketing would be a big plus
    * Must have sufficient time for the task (estimated at 10 hours or
more a month)
    * Must be experienced using web, email, chat, newsgroups
    * Should know something about search engine placement
    * Outgoing personality and willing to approach others about
Foundation business

RESPONSIBILITIES:
    * Design and implement online marketing efforts; such as * email
newsletters, * egroups; * mailing lists
    * Plan and develop viral marketing approaches
    * Participate in planning and implementing web-based member-focused
activities
    * Serve as online liaison to many other peace and ethics groups,
staying in contact and answering questions

If you are interested, please send an email containing your information
or resume in MS Word or PDF format to volunteer@dlfound.org indicating
the position you're interested in. You can help us by including (or
pointing to online) samples of any writing you've done, web sites you've
helped create, and other supporting materials.

Website: http://www.dalailamafoundation.org

8. ) P.R./Marketing Manager, STC Boston
The Society for Technical Communication (STC) is an individual
membership organization dedicated to advancing the arts and sciences of
technical communication – it is the largest organization of its type in
the world. Its 18,000 members include technical writers, editors,
graphic designers, videographers, multimedia artists, Web and Intranet
page information designers, translators and others whose work involves
making technical information available to those who need it.

The Boston Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC). STC
Boston helps technical communicators, technical writers, editors, web
designers, help developers, technical illustrators, instructional
designers, information designers, documentation specialists, information
architects, independent contractors, consultants, web content
developers, web designers, knowledge managers, publication managers,
marketing writers, webmasters, and other professionals in technical
communication, technical writing, training, information architecture,
information design, knowledge management, and other related disciplines.
To learn more about us, visit the About Us page and view our online
brochures in PDF. The PDF brochure requires a PDF viewer.

Description/Responsibilities: The job entails all P.R. and Marketing for
the STC Boston Chapter. For the P.R. portion, the primary requirement is
making STC Boston events (programs, workshops, and so on) known to the
local communities. This can be done through establishing relationships
with local media. In addition, the P.R. portion calls for writing and
placement of articles in the media about the work the chapter does and
the work members are doing.

The marketing portion of this job is to market STC and the Boston
chapter to non-members. This can be done through manning booths at
industry conferences, creating brochures, and the like. In addition,
this is an opportunity for outreach into the academic community,
including high schools.

Skills/Experience
    * P.R. and marketing are high-paced activities, so energy and
vitality are critical
    * Ability to write P.R. and marketing materials, preferably in a
high tech environment
    * Highly detailed and organized
    * Great with people, since there will be lots of people contact
    * Knowledge of list processing/mail merge features of MS Word
    * Experience doing mailings
    * Experience with alternative delivery forms (web, podcast, and so
on) and viral marketing would also be a plus

Equipment: You will need a computer with MS Word. The chapter will
provide information about the postal indicia.
Time Commitment: This can be an all consuming activity. However, 20
hours a month probably can start the ball rolling.

Contact Information:  Jonathan W. Baker, 508-249-2677 (day),
978-443-3049 (evening)

9.) Marketing Director, DigitalEve (Seattle, Wash.)
DigitalEve is a global, non-profit organization for women in new media
and digital technology.
As a women-focused and community-based organization, DigitalEve draws
upon the collective strength of its rapidly growing worldwide network of
local chapters to create a united voice that recognizes and emphasizes
the influence of women in the field of new media technology – at all
levels of involvement, ages, cultures, and abilities.

Marketing Director
Volunteer Position:     Marketing Director
Hours of Work:     10 – 20 hours per week
Term:     One year
Scope of Job: The Marketing Director is responsible for planning
marketing strategies in both the United States and Internationally. The
Marketing Director heads the marketing team in establishing DigitalEve
name recognition, developing a continuous marketing plan, branding
DigitalEve, and establishes cohesion between technology fields, and
women's groups, as well as minorities. As an Executive Management Team
member, the Marketing Director delegates responsibilities to the
Marketing Manager with creativity and inspiration.

Email: info@digitaleve.org
Find out more at: http://www.digitaleve.org/getdigital/position12.html

10.) PR Committee Volunteer, The Women's Center (Raleigh, NC)
As a nonprofit organization The Women's Center relies on volunteers from
the community to facilitate programs and maintain the quality of
services available.  Volunteers provide outreach to women in our
community.  For a volunteer application or for more information, call
our Volunteer & Operations Coordinator at 919-968-4610 or email volunteer@womenspace.org.  You can also go to our volunteer application
page, print it out, fill it on and send it to The Women's Center.

Position: Public Relations Committee
Duties:   
    *Create publicity materials and marketing materials for The Women's
Center (tasks needed include writing copy, designing materials, and
creating marketing strategies)
    *Offer public relations and marketing advice to The Women's Center,
including helping develop marketing plans
    * Assist with the implementation of the marketing plan of The
Women's Center

Commitment: Members are asked to commit to at least one year.

Skills Required: Experience and knowledge in Public Relations,
Marketing, Advertising, Communications or Development
Hours: Committee meets once a month year-round. Members take on tasks
throughout the year.

Contact: Volunteer coordinator, 919-968-4610

Website: http://www.womenspace.org/volunteer.html

11.) Full-time Marcom Volunteer, Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources
(through AmeriCorps)
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is the government agency that
leads Iowans in caring for their natural resources. It is responsible
for maintaining state parks and forests, protecting the environment, and
managing energy, fish, wildlife, and land and water resources in Iowa.

AmeriCorps is the national service program that provides thousands of
Americans of all ages and backgrounds with education awards in exchange
for a year or two of community service. AmeriCorps members help meet the
nation's critical needs in the areas of public safety, education, human
needs, and the environment. Through more than 400 sponsors, AmeriCorps
involves 25,000 people in results-driven community service.

Marketing and Communications

    * Serve in an overall public relations role for Keepers of the Land
volunteer program.
    * Prepare news releases, brochures, newsletters, posters, magazine
articles, public exhibit materials, webpages and other communications
products.
    * Assist with website design for the department's volunteer website.
    * Generate volunteers.

To apply:
Send resume, cover letter and three references to:
Linda Terry
AmeriCorps Program Coordinator
Iowa DNR
502 E. 9th St.
Wallace State Office Building
Des Moines, IA 50319
Phone: 515/281-3079
Fax: 515/281-6794

Website: http://www.iowadnr.com/

12.) Marketing and Events Intern, The Volunteer Center (San Francisco)
Part time Intern for Marketing and Event Planning (lower nob hill)
The Volunteer Center serving San Francisco and San Mateo Counties seeks
a part-time intern (15-20 hrs/week) to assist with the marketing and
planning of upcoming events and projects. The intern will gain
experience in event management and logistics, volunteer management,
marketing and work with a wide group of corporate and nonprofit
agencies. If you are motivated to make an impact, interested in the
nonprofit community and dedicated to working hard to take advantage of a
great opportunity we want to talk to you!
This is a part-time, non-paid position from January 2007 to May/ June
2007. Interns may apply to extend their internships beyond the semester
as well. We are willing to work with students to apply for college
credits.
Visit our website
www.thevolunteercenter.net for more information about
the work we do.

The Marketing and Events Intern will:
. Provide administrative and logistical support for the Corporate
Community Involvement Summit.
. Assist in planning and coordinating all events and programs during
National Volunteer Week, including the Volunteer Awards, Hats Off – A
Celebration of Community Volunteers and the Volunteer Spectacular!!
. Assist in research and meeting preparation for all Bay Area Corporate
Volunteer Council meetings.
. Assist in various other projects as needed.
Qualifications:
. Interest in nonprofit work.
. Collaborative working style.
. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office and web skills.
. High level of organizational and communication skills.
. Ability to complete projects in a timely manner.
. Marketing and event experience helpful.

Work Schedule:
. Between 15-20 hrs/wk (2-3 days/wk)
. Position works out of The Volunteer Center office in downtown San
Francisco

Supervised by: Events and Development Coordinator

Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that
must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential
functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly
required to sit and talk and hear. The employee frequently is required
to walk. The employee is occasionally required to stand; reach with
hands and arms; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision,
color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

To apply for this position:
Please submit your resume and coverletter via email only with subject
line “EVENTS Intern Application” to volunteer@thevolunteercenter.net. Do
not call The Volunteer Center. Please be sure to include both a phone
number and active email address.

Website:  www.thevolunteercenter.net

13.) Media Relations Volunteers, Children's Hospital (Oakland, Calif.)
Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland is the only independent
children's hospital in Northern California. That's why it's able to
focus all its attention and all its people on caring for children. 
Children's Hospital Oakland, the oldest pediatric medical center between
Los Angeles and Seattle has provided exceptional medical care for
children in the region and beyond for 94 years.

The Public Relations Volunteers will help the Media Relations Specialist
complete the following tasks under the supervision of the Director of
Media & Community Relations Press Releases,  Media Alerts, Q&A
Documents, Bios, Facts Sheets

Background
Volunteers will work with the Media Relations Specialist to coordinate
all media events to ensure that all press interviews are conducted with
approved hospital spokespeople. Our objectives are to:
-Thoroughly understand the goal and purpose of media requests before
granting interviews
-Prepare strategic answers in anticipation of unfavorable questions
-Pitch story ideas for future news coverage
-Intervene if interviews become tense and/or off target

Confirm with media organizations that they have correct information
released by the hospital.

Press Events
Interns will participate in the development of all press events. To
ensure our success the Media Relations intern will be responsible for:
-Developing press materials for the approval of the Director
– Identifying doctors, nurses, families and patients for media
interviews
-Obtaining consent forms signed and all logistical requirements

***AVAILABILITY***
Volunteers must be, in good general and mental health, have no criminal
record, and able to make a long-term commitment including a weekly,
scheduled shift. Prospective volunteers complete an application form and
health clearance, pass a background check, and attend a New Volunteer
session. Volunteers also have an individual interview to determine a
service schedule, and in many cases attend additional training classes.
It is preferred that the ideal Volunteer will be available to assist the
Media Relations Department at least three days a week between the hours
of 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and willing to dedicate at least 10 hours per
week during a Monday – Friday schedule. No compensation is available at
this time.

***HOW TO APPLY***
Resumes are currently being accepted and will remain open until
positions are filled.
Please e-mail resumes to tamey@mail.cho.org
OR
Fax resumes to 510-601-3907
In Subject Line or Fax Cover include MEDIA RELATIONS VOLUNTEER.
For more information about Children's Hospital please visit our website www.childrenshospitaloakland.org.

14.) Various Volunteers, Hugs for Homeless Animals (Virtual and
Franklin, Wisconsin)
Hugs for Homeless Animals is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
incorporated in the state of Oregon. We are a humane education
organization who provides support programs that bridge the public with
animal caring organizations.

Since our beginnings in 1996, we have worked diligently to help animals
who have found themselves homeless or lost. We have acted as an advocate
to their well-being. We have educated and prodded humans to do better to
understand and care for the animals whom they have the privilege of
guardianship. We provide programs to assist the animal welfare industry
to fulfill their goals to provide good homes, receive capital funding,
and to educate the public in this regard.

Many of our volunteer jobs are actually done virtually. “Virtual
Volunteering” means volunteer tasks completed, in whole or in part, via
the Internet and a home or work computer.

Volunteers Needed
    * Fundraising/Public Relations Coordinator
    * Newsletter Editor
    * Online Research Assistants

All of the following positions are voluntary positions. If you would
like to apply for any of these positions, go to the next step.

Fundraising/Public Relations Coordinator
Tremendous opportunity for energetic volunteer with prior fundraising
experience in a nonprofit setting! Hugs for Homeless Animals, a 501(c)3
nonprofit organization dedicated to homeless and displaced animals,
seeks. Fundraising/Public Relations Coordinator to develop and implement
fundraising program to generate program funds to enhance and support our
organization's mission. Candidates must possess excellent written and
verbal communication skills including experience in researching and
writing press releases and grant proposals.

Newsletter Editor
This position involves research and writing articles for the quarterly
newsletter published 4 times a year, and involves entering information
into Lotus WordPro for publishing. The editor will also be in charge of
soliciting articles from other writers. This position involves a heavy
workload, with a necessity for precise and careful work, and an ability
to keep deadlines. The Newsletter Editor must have experience in
writing, esp. newsletter/article writing. The ability to organize is a
must! Please provide a resume and writing samples. Computer skills
necessary, particularly with Lotus WordPro. You must be dedicated and
willing to work towards the mission of the organization.

Online Research Assistants
Searching the Internet and providing information based on various
projects. Long-term or short-term assignments. Internet access knowledge
of search engines.

For more information and/or volunteer go to: http://www.h4ha.org/volunteer/voldocs.html

***Weekly Fun Opportunity:
Help Clock Tower Thrift Store Move
Northern Virginia Family Service needs volunteers to move its Bailey's
Crossroads thrift store. Helpers are needed Feb. 24 & 25 to pack
merchandise, dismantle store furnishings (requires basic carpentry
skills and tools), load and unload trucks (requires heavy lifting) and
move items to Centreville. 2 vans are also needed to transport smaller
items. 4 hour shifts or all day. Proceeds from the Clock Tower Thrift
Shops benefit over 35 programs that help individuals and families
throughout Northern Virginia. For more information, call 703-219-2193 or
email
volunteer@nvfs.org. Minimum age for volunteers is 16.

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