妇女和女孩

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妇女和女孩

在美国。,男性每挣一美元,女性只挣82美分,而黑人女性每付给白人男性一美元,就挣62美分. 歧视和缺乏对儿童保育的支持只是减少妇女权利的几个障碍。在全球范围内,贫穷和缺乏受教育机会往往对女孩产生负面影响,但捐助者可以支持可持续的办法,并在为解决办法提供资金时使用基于性别的视角。将此页添加书签;它可以作为您学习、连接和采取行动的启动平台。

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Please RSVP by 10\/11<\/strong>\r\n\r\nThe Zoom link for this event will be included on the confirmation page and email and will also be sent out closer to the event from an Eventbrite address, which sometimes winds up in spam folders.<\/em>\r\n\r\nUnited Way is committed to making all of our events accessible. We will have live captioning during this event. If you require ASL services please note that when you register and please allow us 2 weeks notice to ensure we can secure an interpreter for the event.<\/em>\r\n\r\nWant to pick up a copy of\u00a0Pregnant Girl\u00a0and support a local BIPOC-owned bookstore? 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She is popularly known for her development of \u201cintersectionality,\u201d \u201cCritical Race Theory,\u201d and the #SayHerName Campaign, and is the host of the podcast Intersectionality Matters!. Moderated by Interim President and CEO Jackie Lendsey, the conversation will focus on the importance of intersectional feminism.\r\n\r\n#AskHer \/ #AskThem is an interview series featuring women and gender non-conforming leaders, and The Women\u2019s Foundation\u2019s partners, community members and supporters who work tirelessly for women and girls.\u00a0We curate in-depth conversations around complex issues affecting our constituents. 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The Seattle Housing Authority’s (SHA) mission is to enhance the Seattle community by creating and sustaining decent, safe, and affordable living environments that foster stability and increase self-sufficiency for people with low income.
Seattle Housing has five technology centers located in different SHA-owned public housing properties. The labs are managed by SHA’s digital equity coordinator and we are looking to recruit computer lab technicians to monitor and maintain computer labs located in different parts of Seattle.
Computer lab technicians will be responsible for the maintenance and monitoring of computer labs. They will assist lab users with computer-related issues such as creating user log-on accounts and passwords, trouble-shooting equipment problems and using other lab equipment such as printers and scanners.
They will assist computer users in using computer software applications such as word, excel.., internet, and other online services; troubleshooting computer software and hardware issues assisting in web surfing tasks, developing lab templates, offering access to reference manuals; cleaning and maintaining computer systems and their ancillary parts.
Skills needed to be a lab technician include knowledge of Microsoft operating system, basic knowledge of Microsoft office applications and they must know to operate computer-related equipment such as monitors, printers, speakers, and scanners.","virtual":false},{"id":3402519,"title":"Classroom Assistant","type":"public","location":{"city":"Seattle","country":"US","geoLocation":{"accuracy":"premise","latitude":47.61341094970703,"longitude":-122.30951690673828},"postalCode":"98122","region":"WA","street1":"Seattle World School","street2":"1700 E Union St","street3":null},"availability":{"endDate":null,"endTime":null,"ongoing":true,"singleDayOpportunity":false,"startDate":null,"startTime":null},"parentOrg":{"id":91609,"name":"Kandelia"},"beneficiary":null,"description":"

Help students from around the world achieve their academic goals by assisting Seattle World School students and teachers during class time. Seattle World School is a culturally and linguistically diverse secondary school designed to serve recently arrived immigrant and refugee students. Classroom tutors will:<\/p>

  • Provide academic and behavioral support to students as needed and as directed by the teacher<\/li>
  • Connect and develop meaningful relationships with students<\/li>
  • Establish and maintain effective, positive working relationships with students, staff, and other volunteers<\/li>
  • Provide a safe and welcoming environment for all students by exhibiting a genuine, caring attitude<\/li><\/ul>

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

    • Seattle World School (1700 E Union St, Seattle, 98122)<\/li>
    • Weekdays (Monday through Friday); day(s) flexible according to volunteer’s preferred schedule<\/li>
    • Classes held 8:55am - 3:45pm; times flexible according to volunteer’s preferred schedule<\/li><\/ul>

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

      • Commitment to cultural respect and equity<\/li>
      • Flexibility and openness to a variety of tasks<\/li><\/ul>

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

        • Proficiency in English and at least one of the most commonly spoken languages (Spanish, Vietnamese, Maya-Quiche, Tigrinya)<\/li>
        • Previous experience tutoring middle or high school students<\/li>
        • Strong communication skills<\/li>
        • Special interest in racial equity and educational justice<\/li><\/ul>

          Benefits<\/em><\/p>

          • Meet and develop relationships with students, staff, and volunteers from around the world<\/li>
          • Professional development opportunities and other trainings offered throughout the year<\/li>
          • Verification of hours and references\/letters of recommendation as desired<\/li><\/ul>

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

            • Volunteer Application<\/li>
            • WA State Background Check (no cost, free for volunteer)<\/li>
            • Proof of COVID vaccination<\/strong><\/li>
            • 15-minute interview<\/li>
            • 1.5-hour Volunteer Orientation<\/li><\/ul>

              Application Process<\/em><\/p>

              If interested, please contact Dakota Spear at Volunteer@Kandelia.org<\/p>","virtual":false},{"id":3402524,"title":"After School Tutor","type":"public","location":{"city":"Seattle","country":"US","geoLocation":{"accuracy":"premise","latitude":47.61341094970703,"longitude":-122.30951690673828},"postalCode":"98122","region":"WA","street1":"Seattle World School","street2":"1700 E Union St","street3":null},"availability":{"endDate":null,"endTime":null,"ongoing":true,"singleDayOpportunity":false,"startDate":null,"startTime":null},"parentOrg":{"id":91609,"name":"Kandelia"},"beneficiary":null,"description":"

              Help students from around the world achieve their academic goals by tutoring Seattle World School students during after school programs. Seattle World School is a culturally and linguistically diverse secondary school designed to serve recently arrived immigrant and refugee students. After school tutors will:<\/p>

              • Tutor students 1:1 or in small groups according to the students’ needs and volunteer’s preferences (available subjects include English, math, science, social studies\/history, language arts, and more)<\/li>
              • Connect and develop meaningful relationships with students<\/li>
              • Establish and maintain effective, positive working relationships with students, staff, and other volunteers<\/li>
              • Provide a safe and welcoming environment for all students by exhibiting a genuine, caring attitude<\/li><\/ul>

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

                • Seattle World School (1700 E Union St, Seattle, 98122)<\/li>
                • Tuesdays and\/or Thursdays, 4:00pm to 5:30pm<\/strong><\/li>
                • October 12 through December 16<\/li>
                • Other days and times may be available on a limited basis; please ask the Volunteer Coordinator ( volunteer@kandelia.org) for more information<\/li><\/ul>

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

                  • Commitment to cultural respect and equity<\/li>
                  • Flexibility and openness to a variety of tasks and situations<\/li><\/ul>

                    In addition to the skills above, the following skills are preferred:<\/p>

                    • Proficiency in English and at least one of the most commonly spoken languages (Spanish, Vietnamese, Maya-Quiche, Tigrinya)<\/li>
                    • Previous experience tutoring middle or high school students<\/li>
                    • Strong communication skills<\/li>
                    • Special interest in racial equity and educational justice<\/li><\/ul>

                      Benefits<\/em><\/p>

                      • Meet and develop relationships with students, staff, and volunteers from around the world<\/li>
                      • Professional development opportunities and other trainings offered throughout the year<\/li>
                      • Verification of hours and references\/letters of recommendation as desired<\/li><\/ul>

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

                        • Volunteer Application<\/li>
                        • WA State Background Check (no cost, free for volunteer)<\/li>
                        • Proof of COVID vaccination<\/strong><\/li>
                        • 10-minute interview<\/li>
                        • 1.5-hour Volunteer Orientation<\/li><\/ul>

                          Application Process<\/em><\/p>

                          If interested, please contact Dakota Spear at Volunteer@Kandelia.org<\/p>","virtual":false}]" gtm-see-all-class="gtm-topic-volunteer-see-all" gtm-link-class="gtm-topic-where-" color="summer" api-type="volunteer" primary-category="gender-equity" :component-lang="{ allLink: '//www.badouxueche.com/search/volunteering?query=gender-equity', noResults: 'to explore all volunteer opportunities.', noResultsLink: '//www.badouxueche.com/search/volunteering', }">