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Position Description: Students with Federal Work Study will be placed for up to 6 - 8 hours per week with a local community non-profit organization to assist with on-going or new projects as needed by the organization. Students should be engaged in meaningful work that directly aligns with the mission of the organization. Detailed job descriptions by agency are listed below. Students will be expected to work under the direct supervision of an appointed individual at each agency as well as meet with a staff member of the Alford Center once a month and write a reflection paper on their experience at the conclusion of the internship.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Licking County
BBBS mission is to help children reach their potential through one-to-one relationships with mentors that have a measureable impact on youth.
Job Title: Public Relation/Event Coordinator
Identify unique and cost effective ways for BBBS to communicate with its target audiences.
Explore and implement grassroots marketing efforts in coordination with impact team work and goals.
Plan for future agency use of advertising, commercials, print ads, brochures, etc.
Provide support for all special events by working with leadership to coordinate the following aspects of event preparation.
Must be able to lift 10-20 lbs. boxes of supplies, there may be some evening and weekend work,
work congenially with staff, board members, donors, adult volunteers and clients. Must complete a background check.