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Web Committee Member

Friday, May 31st to Friday, November 1st, 2019 (PT)
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About

Supervisor(s)Mallory Corrus
FacultyMallory Corrus
Hiring ManagerStefan Peierls
PaidNo
TimeframeMultiple
CreditNo
Age Limit18 and up
Description
Description: The Web Development Committee is responsible for understanding PI and its branding. Members will work together to redesign the website for better user experience, regularly update media content, and ensure the website's functionality is up to date.

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with the current web developer to redesign the website.
  • Update and maintain graphics and media content.
  • Ensure the website's function is accessible with clear navigation for everyone.

Qualifications

  • Experience in developing websites, formatting media content, and application development
  • Knowledge of current web development programs
  • Creative mind
  • Strong teamwork skills
  • Passion for volunteerism and student engagement
  • Desire to actively engage the mission
  • Committed to bettering Portland's community

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please email mallory@passionimpact.org.

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Requirement Details
- Pass a background check
- Come by the office for a Volunteer Orientation
- Attend monthly committee meetings
- Attend quarterly Committee Collaborations
Perks- Chance to partake on local training sessions on topics such as social justice, racial equity, sexual harassment, board engagement, and fundraising
- Gain experience in leadership, project management, nonprofit management, and working with a startup/small scale organization
- Networking with other PI members
- Gain more understanding and empathy for Portland’s marginalized communities
- Free food available at Committee Collaborations
- Sense of fulfillment from serving your community
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