Volunteer with Days for Girls
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Volunteer with DfGI
Days for Girls International is always looking for talented volunteers to help out with communications, advocacy, policy, development, programs, and more!
POSITIONS CURRENTLY OPEN
7 KEY VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT UNITED STATES
Applicants must be based in one of the states in the specific region they are applying for:
US Northeast (CT/ME/MA/NH/NY/RI/VT)
US Southeast (AL/FL/GA/MS)
US Coastal Pacific (CA/HI)
US West Great Lakes (WI/IL)
US Upper MidWest (IA/MN)
US Coastal Southeast (KY/TN/NC/SC)
US Pacific Northwest (OR/WA)
US regional representatives contribute to volunteer effectiveness and smooth operations of the Volunteer Programs by leading, communicating with, and supporting Chapters, Teams, and Clubs in your region to fulfill Days for Girls mission. By building a regional network and communicating opportunities, learnings, and resources available while listening and supporting Chapters, Teams, and Clubs activities, your efforts create a ripple effect that increases the results of Days for Girls as you promote both excellence and understanding of the work of our global Days for Girls family. The US Regional Representative is a regionally-based volunteer position and will work closely with the USA Country Coordinator, the International Chapters Director and the Associate Chapters Manager and have tremendous impact.
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HOW TO APPLY
Please send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Positions open until filled.
DOCUMEN FORMATTING VOLUNTEER
The Days for Girls curriculum is a global force for good. The formatting volunteer takes translated curriculum language from a Word document and formats it into a final PDF document, ready to use in places all over the world. Its a vital position that takes dedication but you can work on your own time and at your own pace. You can feel confident that your efforts will have a direct and lasting impact worldwide.
Attention to detail
Acrobat Pro Experience is a plus
Hours per week: 5 (more if time permits)
Long term position
PR AND MARKETING VOLUNTEER
Are you experienced with PR and Marketing? Days for Girls needs you! We are seeking a gifted PR & Marketing coordinator volunteer who is able to help coordinate PR, marketing, and social media posts for campaigns and special events relevant to our mission and vision. This person will help magnify the reach of campaigns, awareness, content, infographics, video and memes for various iDays for Girls and international womens and girls holidays and observances, and will help ensure that our releases have greater reach and that our posts are timely and relevant. It all adds up to reaching more women, girls and communities. Whatever time you can share it will make a difference.
Works well independently and in teams
PR & Marketing expertise
Effective written and visual communicator
Enthusiastic yet professional
Passionate about the work of Days for Girls
Hours per week: 5-15, depending on event/campaign
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY VOLUNTEER
Do you love all things tech? Does a well-constructed Excel spreadsheet make you really happy? Have you designed websites using Wix or WordPress? If so, our IT Specialist would love to have you on her team!
Salesforce user, or the desire to learn the ins and outs of the Salesforce platform
Strong interest in data systems and how they interact with each other
Excellent skill with MS Office products and G Suite products
Familiarity with Wix or WordPress
Flexibility and adaptability
Strong problem solver and interest in solving complex data management flows
Passionate about the work of Days for Girls
Hours per week: 10-15
Do you love to travel and meeting new people? Can you take inspiring photographs of people in a range of lighting conditions? Can you make 2-3 minute videos that inspire people to support Days for Girls? Are you able to travel and cover the expenses? We have some places to recommend. You can make a global difference with your skills and we would love your help!
High ethical standards
Hours per week: varies
VIDEO EDITING VOLUNTEER
A Days for Girls Translator helps translate for all of our materials all over the world. You use a Microsoft Word template and send it to volunteers to translate each piece. Then apply the translations once returned to each document. Its a vital and challenging position that takes dedication but you can work on your own time at your own pace and your efforts will have a direct impact.
Attention to detail
Hours per week: 5-10
The DfG Advocacy Program envisions a world where periods are never a problem. In order to make this vision into a reality, we focus on four main outcomes. These are:
The growth of the menstrual health field in terms of academia, research, and evidence.
The creation of policy environments that support menstruators to manage their periods with dignity.
The integration of menstrual health programming across different development sectors.
An increase in the number of influencers who champion menstrual health as a cause.
As a volunteer, you can play an important role in advancing these outcomes by working with the DfGI team to identify opportunities where your unique skill set can make a difference. This may look like volunteering on a specific project such as a research initiative, or helping us manage ongoing advocacy activities. Either way, we will work with you to identify a clear volunteer project and/or role.
As an advocacy volunteer, you will also have the opportunity to participate in three advocacy training sessions a year. During these sessions, you will hear the latest news about the global menstrual health landscape and gain tangible advocacy skills and tools. This will also be a platform where volunteers can share their advocacy experiences, progress, and challenges so that we can learn from one another and build connections.
To get started, please send an email to email@example.com with a copy of your resume and answers to the following questions:
Why are you interested in volunteering with DfG advocacy? Are there any particular areas of interest or experience that you have?
Are you interested in volunteering for a distinct project with a clear start and end date, or an ongoing volunteer role?
About how many hours per week are you available to spend on volunteer related work with DfG?
Where are you located?
We look forward to partnering with you!
To apply for this job please visit www.daysforgirls.org.