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Help support students from around the world by making sure they are connected to the resources they need during their school lunch breaks. Seattle World School<\/strong> is a culturally and linguistically diverse secondary school designed to serve recently arrived immigrant and refugee students.

Position Description<\/em><\/p>

We are seeking volunteers to assist Seattle World School students and teachers during lunch time. Lunch support specialists will:<\/p>

\u00b7 Be a kind, approachable presence for students to seek help or support<\/p>

\u00b7 Connect students with social services and other resources in the school building

\u00b7 Ensure students follow COVID safety policies such as social distancing

\u00b7 Help teach students to recycle and compost

\u00b7 Lead physically-distanced games and sports outside or in the gym (optional according to volunteer's preference)<\/p>

\u00b7 Establish and maintain effective, positive working relationships with students, staff, and other volunteers<\/p>

\u00b7 Provide a safe and welcoming environment for all students by exhibiting a genuine, caring attitude

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Location & Schedule<\/em><\/p>

\u00b7 Seattle World School (1700 E Union St, Seattle, 98122)<\/p>

\u00b7 Weekdays (Monday through Friday); day(s) flexible according to volunteer’s preferred schedule<\/p>

\u00b7 11:00am to 12:30pm

<\/p>

Required Skills\/Knowledge<\/em><\/p>

\u00b7 Commitment to cultural respect and equity<\/p>

\u00b7 Flexibility and openness to a variety of tasks

<\/p>

In addition to the skills above, the following skills are preferred but not required:<\/p>

\u00b7 Proficiency in English and at least one of the most commonly spoken languages (Spanish, Vietnamese, Maya-Quiche, Tigrinya)<\/p>

\u00b7 Strong communication skills<\/p>

\u00b7 Special interest in racial equity and educational justice

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Benefits<\/em><\/p>

\u00b7 Meet and develop relationships with students, staff, and volunteers from around the world<\/p>

\u00b7 Professional development opportunities and other trainings offered throughout the year<\/p>

\u00b7 Verification of hours and references\/letters of recommendation as desired

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Supervisor(s)<\/em><\/p>

Lunch support specialists will report to Seattle World School Instructional Assistants as well as Dakota Spear, the Volunteer Coordinator ( volunteer@kandelia.org).

<\/p>

Onboarding Requirements<\/em><\/p>

\u00b7 Volunteer Application<\/p>

\u00b7 WA State Background Check (no cost, free for volunteer)

\u00b7 Proof of COVID vaccination<\/strong><\/p>

\u00b7 10-minute interview<\/p>

\u00b7 30-minute Volunteer Orientation

<\/p>

Questions?<\/em><\/p>

If interested, please contact Dakota Spear at Volunteer@Kandelia.org<\/p>","virtual":false},{"id":591918,"title":"News editor for daily social justice news site (also marketing and other openings)","type":"public","location":{"city":"Seattle","country":"US","geoLocation":null,"postalCode":"98102","region":"WA","street1":"1720 E. Olive Way","street2":null,"street3":null},"availability":{"endDate":null,"endTime":null,"ongoing":true,"singleDayOpportunity":false,"startDate":null,"startTime":null},"parentOrg":{"id":63665,"name":"The Daily Source"},"beneficiary":null,"description":"

DailySource.org is looking for an individual with a nose for news to help update our site with great content and lay out the front page. Our nonprofit focuses on news about making the world a better place, particularly news related to topics such as global poverty, nonprofits, climate change and human rights. All volunteering is via the computer -- you can be anywhere in the world. <\/span><\/p>

The Daily Source is truly a 21st century journalism site. Our online software is incredibly easy to use and automates most of the layout process. Just drag and drop articles from one location to another and the page adjusts itself automatically. Editing the headlines is as easy as using Microsoft Word or sending an e-mail. <\/span><\/p>

You will receive guidance from our senior editors who are some of the top newspaper journalists in the U.S. Besides laying out the front page, you will find articles, videos, columns and other material from around the Internet for use on the site and make the final decision of what goes on the site. You will be doing real stuff that directly impacts our front page and our nonprofit's mission to help the world. <\/span><\/p>

You will also gain invaluable experience that will build your skills and look great on a resume. Some of our volunteers have gone on to work in the journalism field. Two of our volunteers started their own non-profit organization after eight months of volunteering with us. One of our editors was hired full-time by Wired.com and another was hired by Congress as the official congressional photographer of senators at public events.<\/span><\/p>

We have an extensive training process that is about a month long, so if we are going to train you, we need you to do a certain amount of hours in all to make it worth the time we put into it. Therefore, the Front Page Editor role is a minimum of 15 hours per week for a minimum of six months. If you can volunteer 20 hours or higher a week, then the minimum is only five months, or you can do 12 hours a week for seven and a half months. We tend to give preference to applicants who can do a sizable number of hours.<\/span><\/p>

All editors are credited at the bottom of the site each day, and daily editions are archived so your friends, family and future employers will see what you were part of creating. To view our front page, visit -<\/span><\/p>

http:\/\/dailysource.org\/<\/span><\/p>

To read more about us, view the links here -<\/span><\/p>

http:\/\/dailysource.org\/about\/site<\/span><\/p>

We usually also have the following openings (minimum hours per week and minimum number of months are in parenthesis). All these positions are telecommute so you don’t have to drive or dress up, and can work from the comfort of your home.<\/span> You might also be able to use our local Internet location, though there is some cost for that so virtual is preferred.<\/span><\/p>

If you apply for a position, you should view your commitment to it the same as if it were a paid position. We treat volunteers like normal staff and rely on them like staff. Our site is 99% volunteer run and we all depend on each other to make it a success. Please do not apply if you are viewing this opportunity as "just a volunteer position" and would treat it as less important than paid positions or other commitments you have.<\/span><\/p>

If you are in school, volunteering with us can function as an internship. Interns can usually receive credit with their school for their internships.<\/span><\/p>

Content Editor (10 hours a week for a minimum of 6 months): Searches the Internet for high quality articles, columns, editorials and videos, adds them to our system, and ranks them by quality. The front page editors pick from these to publish on the front page. Also does research and fact-checking when needed. This requires Internet surfing skills, strong understanding and judgment of the news, and attention to detail.<\/span><\/p>

Marketing and Social Media (6 hours a week for a minimum of 5 months): Help research potential media outlets and blogs to cover our site, e-mail our press releases to them, and keep track of coverage of our site that has occurred. We have a great website and need to get the word out about it. Help promote the website by updating our Facebook, Twitter and other social media pages, attracting new followers, and interacting with our existing followers. No marketing experience required, but you must be familiar with social media and be good at communicating.<\/span><\/p>

If you're interested in volunteering, please email us at volunteer@dailysource.org and let us know:<\/span><\/p>

* Which position or positions are you interested in?<\/span><\/p>

* How many hours per week and how many months can you do? We tend to give preference to people who can do more hours.<\/span><\/p>

* A description of your past work\/volunteer experience and education, or a resume or a link to a LinkedIn profile.<\/span><\/p>

You can also apply directly through this website by clicking the button for that, and giving us the same information. Sometimes emails sent through this volunteer website are routed to spam folders, so we recommend you check your spam folder during the coming weeks in case our reply to you ends up there. We look forward to doing great work together to make the world better with you.<\/span><\/p>","virtual":false},{"id":3374554,"title":"Become a Mentor: Seattle Music Partners","type":"public","location":{"city":"Seattle","country":"US","geoLocation":{"accuracy":"postalcode","latitude":47.60875701904297,"longitude":-122.29642486572266},"postalCode":"98122","region":"WA","street1":null,"street2":null,"street3":null},"availability":{"endDate":null,"endTime":null,"ongoing":true,"singleDayOpportunity":false,"startDate":null,"startTime":null},"parentOrg":{"id":1195563,"name":"Seattle Music Partners"},"beneficiary":null,"description":"Seattle Music Partners provides a free after-school music program with a keen focus on quality instruction, youth development and social justice.

Seattle Music Partners cultivates a diverse and vibrant music-making community by providing youth with free music instruction and one-on-one mentoring to eliminate racial and economic barriers to quality music education. We recruit, train and support skilled high school, college-aged and community musicians as volunteer music tutors and mentors who lead one-on-one music lessons each week. These lessons are supplemented with a second afternoon of group instruction and ensemble work. We also provide instruments to participants and transportation where needed. Students showcase their new skills by performing in several recitals each year. In addition, SMP is dedicated to partnering with school staff to bring music enrichment programs into the schools, including hosting touring musicians and arranging for field trips to music performances.

One hundred percent of our funding comes from the generosity of our community - we do not charge students to participate in the program or for the loan of instruments.

Seattle Music Partners provides a unique opportunity for musicians to give back by teaching elementary school students to read music and play an instrument in our after-school program. Volunteers work one-on-one with the same student once a week throughout the school year, instructing them on their instrument and forming a mentoring relationship. Each visit is supervised by a staff member, and takes place at the elementary school. Volunteer opportunities are available Monday- Friday from around 3:00PM to 5:30PM.

All tutors should possess these qualifications:
1. Strong music skills
2. A passion for working with children
3. An interest in community service
4. Clear background check
5. Strong communication skills
6. An interest in building community with staff, tutors and students
7. No prior teaching experience necessary, but a commitment to growth is a must

The goal of our tutoring program is to engage and inspire a beginning music student in learning to play an instrument and read music through one-on-one music lessons. We expect our tutors to be a positive role model and mentor. In order for our tutors to be well-prepared, safe, and effective in their role we require that tutors commit to attending after-school sessions each week on the day they are assigned and have consistent attendance. We also expect that all tutors comply with rules regarding conduct in public schools and safe supervision of students.


Seeking Female Volunteers: <\/strong>Yes

Seeking Male Volunteers: <\/strong>Yes

Minimum Match Commitment (in months): <\/strong>9 months

Type of Mentoring: <\/strong>One-to-One, Group

Youth Population Served: <\/strong>Academically At-Risk, Foster, Residential or Kinship Care, General Youth Population, Gifted\/Talented\/Academic Achiever, Homeless\/Runaway, LGBTQ Youth, Low Income, Opportunity Youth, Recent Immigrant\/Refugee, Single-Parent Household, Special Education, Youth with Disabilities

Mentoring Program Goals: <\/strong>Education\/Academic Support, Friendship\/Socialization

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