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Agency NameBrief Description of AgencyAgency WebsiteBest Person for Student to Contact: Name & TitleContact Phone NumberContact Email AddressApplicable majors/concentrations for these opportuntiesBrief Description of Possible Volunteer/Work Opportunities
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Human Connections
Human Connections is a non-profit organization that connects local people with international audiences. Our work starts with our clients — artisans and tradespeople in Latin America. We then invite travelers and students to interact with our clients through day tours, weeklong trips, and internships. Through these educational programs, we provide a platform for local people to share their culture and have agency over their stories. These interactions are also financially rewarding for our clients, as we pay them fairly for their time and help increase their sales. Our goal is to strengthen local communities while fostering conversations that shift perspectives and increase understanding.
https://www.humanconnections.org/Cascade Lineback, Student Programs Director+523222450794info@humanconnections.orgTourism, NonprofitEntrepreneurship and Development Internship, Global Fellowship
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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Arizona State University (OLLI at ASU)
The mission of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Arizona State University is to provide university-quality learning experiences for adults ages 50 and over through diverse classes, campus-based learning opportunities, and civic engagement initiatives. OLLI at ASU is a community of engaged lifelong learners discovering the joy of fusing with the intellectual, cultural and social experiences of ASU. These learners have the opportunity to grow and learn inside and outside the classroom via specialized courses, campus events, local affinity groups, participation in local cultural and art events, and social media networks. The Institute is housed in the School of Community Resources and Development in the College of Service and Community Solutions at ASU.
https://lifelonglearning.asu.edu/Abby Baker, Coordinator602-543-6440albaker6@asu.edu
Tourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings, Community Sports
Brief Description
Volunteers who participate with OLLI at ASU will be eligible to earn a
maximum of 100 CFE hours in one semester (spring, summer, or fall),
and may be eligible to earn a scholarship in future semesters to
support their internship.
Volunteers will be asked to devote a minimum of 2 hours a week toward direct involvement with OLLI at ASU projects –
this may include scheduling or attending meetings/interviews during standard business hours, the ability to travel
distances of 15 miles or more, and using a shared office space on the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus in the Mercado.
Examples of duties include, but are not limited to:
- Working with staff and OLLI at ASU students to create and disseminate a quarterly newsletter.
- Working with staff and OLLI at ASU students to create and disseminate the inaugural OLLI at ASU Anthology,
(including a launch party, art exhibitions, and other promotional projects tied to the anthology).
- Working with staff and OLLI at ASU students to increase community embeddedness through various activities,
events, and projects.
- Working with staff and OLLI at ASU students to build innovative programs in travel, creative place-making, arts
and culture, inter-cultural dialogue, cross-religious understanding, and global studies.
- Other duties and administrative tasks as assigned.
Desired Qualifications
- Enthusiastic persona with above average communication skills.
- The ability to understand and respond to the needs of a community of learners ages 50+.
- Works well with staff and volunteers to develop creative projects and potential solutions to challenges of adult
education.
- Responsive, patient, and open-minded.
- A self-starter, with the ability to assist staff and OLLI at ASU students in flexible, creative ways.
How to Apply
Please email a resume, as well as a statement of interest expressing what motivated you to apply to this program, a
specific interest you would like to pursue, and how you might contribute to lifelong learners (recommended 1-2 pages) to:
Abby Baker at albaker6@asu.edu with the email subject: “CFE Application”
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Banner Desert and Cardon Children's Hosptial
Our mission is to: Make Healthcare Easier So LIfe Can Be Better. An internship at the hospital, you'll be a part of the volunteer adminstrative team where you'll get to be privilaged to work with some of the most amazing people on earth.
https://www.bannerhealth.com/locations/mesa/banner-desert-medical-center
Carly Ofsthun, Volunteer Services SR. Manager480-412-3259carly.ofsthun@bannerhealth.comNonprofit
We will work with interns to create a schedule that fits the needs of both the student and the department. Candidates for this internship should be able to fulfill approximately 20 hours per week. Assist with a variety of adminstrative needs with the volutneer department, assist with volunteer recruiting, training, and orientation.
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Make-A-Wish Arizona
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses
www.arizona.wish.org/internshipsSawyer Kilen, Volunteer Manager602.343.9453skilen@arizona.wish.org
Tourism, Nonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings
We have 5-8 internship opportunities in each semester (fall, spring, and summer) that span various departments of the organization. Each internship has a specific position description that includes a brief description of the position, position responsibilities, and qualifications. Please review each position description via the internship page of our website: www.arizona.wish.org/internships
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Human Connections
We are a responsible tourism organization based in Mexico, connecting local entrepreneurs and travellers through mutually-beneficial educational programs. Our goal is to break down stereotypes through dialogue and cultural exchange, and to support local entrepreneurs in accessing the tourism sector.
www.humanconnections.orgCascade Lineback, Director of Student Programs773-800-2811info@humanconnections.orgTourism, Nonprofit
Spend your summer on Mexico's Pacific Coast collaborating with locals and finding your passion. This 7-week Summer Internship program is an immersive cultural and professional development experience ideal for anyone interested in the social sector or responsible travel.Through projects, personal interaction, and meetings with entrepreneurs in western Mexico, this internship gives you the analytical tools necessary to tackle the development sector's difficult questions. The hands-on experience in project areas such as small-business consulting and nonprofit management increases employability and informs your career. For more information, visit our website at humanconnections.org/upcoming-internships/. Application deadline is April 16th, and internship can be extended remotely to meet requirements.

We also offer longer term volunteer Global Fellow opportunities (3 month minimum). Contact info@humanconnections.org for more details.
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SKM Entertainment
SKM Entertainment Event Production is a reputable entertainment company serving clients in Arizona for over 25 years. We provide an array of services including DJ, MC, décor lighting, and photo booths. SKM Entertainment Event Production provides first class, worry free events in the most prestigious resorts and convention centers throughout the valley including Villa Sienna, Four Seasons, Clayton on the Park, JW Marriott Desert Ridge, and many more. Experience, expert advice, and talented MC’s are the reasons why SKM Entertainment is consistently voted as best DJ in Arizona.
www.skmentertainment.comCatherine Schultz480-423-1114officemanager@skmentertainment.com
Tourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings, Community Sports
To provide operational and administrative support to office staff and operations staff. Major emphasis will be to support Office manager and Sales manager. Further support in marketing / social media is also included in the position. Office manager support includes sending assignments to MC’s, organizing weekly meetings with catering managers, sending agendas to venues for upcoming events, and taking payments from clients. Sales manager support includes servicing our clients by taking phone calls, scheduling sales client meetings, and compiling all materials and preparation for showcases and trade shows. Operational support includes preparing sound systems for the weekly events including lighting and other all a carte items and the opportunity to learn set and strike on events. Experience in videography, graphics and marketing is welcomed but not mandatory. For the right candidate, SKM will give opportunity to participate in DJ training class to learn the skills that we teach our finest DJs.
Start/End dates will reflect semester dates. Candidate must have interest in office support, gaining experience in direct contact with brides and corporate clients, engaging in set/strike for weddings and other events. We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate who is organized and ready to join our exceptional team.
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Desert Botanical Garden
Desert Botanical Garden is a compelling attraction and plays a major role in our community, offering festivals, events, exhibitions and educational programs for visitors of all ages.
Centrally located in the heart of Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden is a naturally beautiful setting for special events, weddings and corporate meetings. The Garden offers open air pavilions, outdoor terraces, conference rooms, historic banquet halls, and scenic courtyards.
dbg.orgEsther Battock, Assistant Director of Event Services480-481-8182ebattock@dbg.org
Tourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings
To provide support (administrative & operational) to the Event Services Department, with an emphasis on social, corporate & nonprofit events (Facility Rental), adult group tour sales and Garden-hosted special events to further departmental goals and the mission of the Desert Botanical Garden.
Start/End dates can correlate directly to semester dates. Qualifications include a strong interest in gaining direct experience with facility rentals, adult group tours, special event planning and execution and office support. Prior experience is helpful but not required.
For a detailed internship description please contact ebattock@dbg.org.
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All About Animals Rescue
All About Animals is dedicated to saving companion animals whose lives are in jeopardy by providing rescue, foster and adoption. We are a no-kill rescue that works with dogs and cats in Maricopa County and beyond. The majority of our animals are from the local euthanasia lists as we recognize that these animals are in the most dire condition.
http://www.allaboutanimalsaz.com/Dawn Kavanaugh623-328-8769dkavanaugh@allaboutanimalsaz.comNonprofit, Event Planning
We are seeking volunteers to for two areas. One is PR and marketing to create ads and social media campaigns to increase adoptions and find additional volunteers. The second area is fundraising and event planning to create and implement a new event for the rescue and follow that through to completion. Support will be given as needed. Self starters with lots of initiative and creativity should apply to either position.
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i.d.e.a. Museum
The i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa is built upon the solid and successful 36 year history of the Arizona Museum for Youth, the original, fun, inspiring, and educational hands-on art museum for children and families in the United States. We impact more than 106,000 visitors annually and have 1,700 member families. The i.d.e.a. Museum continues to include popular art and art-inspired activities, while adding science, engineering and design-thinking in the multi-sensory experiences provided, with an increased use of technology to support these offerings and even more opportunities for families to create together. Our purpose is to develop one’s creativity in its many forms, not just art.
Our mission is to inspire children of all ages to experience their world differently through art, creativity and imagination.
www.ideamuseum.orgPatricia (Pat) Gregan, Volunteer and Intern Coordinator(480) 644-5171Pat.Gregan@mesaaz.gov
Tourism, Nonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings
- Museum Exhibits Technicians. These interns and volunteers would handle artwork, fabricate, repair, maintain and installs displays, graphics, cases, stands, fixtures and accessories, and perform in-process design for permanent, changing, and traveling exhibits. The scope of trades applied involves carpentry, fabrication (including acrylic, fiberglass, and Styrofoam), sculpting, molding, casting, modeling, graphics, welding, metalworking, masonry, electrical, and painting work.
- Museum Graphics and Multimedia Specialists. These interns and volunteers are responsible for providing specialized graphic design, desktop publishing, and large format printing services for planning and development of museum exhibits, both changing and permanent; for providing specialized video and audio design services for development of museum exhibits, in-house museum video programs, both changing and permanent; and responsible for fabricating, repairing, maintaining, and installing displays, cases, stands, fixtures, and accessories for changing and permanent exhibits. Duties include the preparation, layout, and design of exhibit artwork, graphics, drawings, lettering, photographs, wall murals, posters, text panels, museum labels, charts, logos, signage, video and audio artwork, and sound recordings; the preparation, installation, and repair of museum exhibits; and related duties as required.
- Photographer for special events such as free Family Days occurring once a month. Prior experience required.
- Video Editor. Prior experience required.
- Public Relations responsible for writing (AP style) and distributing press releases, and work with our marketing director on social media and other advertising campaigns.
- Gallery Attendants to perform a variety of activities that facilitate children's art workshops, classes, and special events. Gallery Attendants also interact with families and school groups and encourage museum visitors to explore.
- Graphic Designer to create templates for signage, invitations, announcements, etc. Prior experience required.
- Exhibition Design Assistant to work in a fabrication setting with exhibition staff in the preparation and disassembling of exhibitions. Prior experience is required.
- Museum Tour Assistants to prepare name tags and labels, greet visitors, set up and tear down rooms for meetings, organize inventory, assemble decorations, and serve as runners
- Customer Service Assistant to conduct surveys, perform data entry, and complete other clerical tasks.

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i.d.e.a. Museum
The i.d.e.a. Museum is built upon the solid and successful 36-year history of the Arizona Museum for Youth, the original, fun, inspiring, and educational hands-on art museum for children and families in the United States. We impact nearly 106,000 visitors annually and have more than 1,700 member families.

The i.d.e.a. Museum includes popular art and art-inspired activities, while adding science, engineering and design-thinking in the multi-sensory experiences provided with an increased use of technology to support these offerings and even more opportunities for families to create together. Our purpose is to develop creativity in its many forms, not just art. We develop individual ability to think critically -“outside the box”- and problem-solve. We are a place “for your child and the child within you.”

Our mission is to inspire children of all ages to experience their world differently through art, creativity and imagination.
www.ideamuseum.orgPatricia (Pat) Gregan, Volunteer Coordinator(480) 644-5171Pat.Gregan@mesaaz.govNonprofit, Event Planning
- A photographer for special events such as free Family Days occurring once a month. Prior experience required.
- A video editor. Prior experience required.
- A P.R. person to write (AP style) and distribute press releases, and work with our marketing director on social media and other advertising campaigns.
- Gallery attendants to perform a variety of activities that facilitate children's art workshops, classes, and special events. Gallery Attendants also interact with families and school groups and encourage museum visitors to explore.
- A graphic designer to create templates for signage, invitations, announcements, etc. Prior experience required.
- An Exhibition Design Assistant to work in a fabrication setting with exhibition staff in the preparation and disassembling of exhibitions. Prior experience is required.
- Museum tour assistants to prepare name tags and labels, greet visitors, set up and tear down rooms for meetings, organize inventory, assemble decorations, and serve as runners
- A customer service assistant to conduct surveys, perform data entry, and complete other clerical tasks
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Cancer Support Community Arizona
Founded in 1999, the mission of Cancer Support Community Arizona is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by the community. Cancer Support Community Arizona is the only comprehensive program in Arizona providing emotional supportive services to people, of any age, diagnosed with cancer. Annually, Cancer Support Community Arizona serves 2,000 adults, teens and children through programs provided free of cost, in a home-like setting where all whose lives are touched by cancer can be surrounded by an atmosphere of healing and support. Every day, Cancer Support Community Arizona provides professionally led support groups, educational workshops, and mind/body programs so that people affected by cancer can learn vital skills to regain control, reduces feelings of isolation and restore hope.
cscaz.orgDora Vasquez Director of Grants and Partnerships 602-712-1006dvasquez@cscaz.org Nonprofit, Event Planning
Internships in non profit management, social media, marketing and event and program activity planning
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Dignity Health Foundation - East Valley
Our Mission is to support Dignity Health healthcare facilities and programs in the Southeast Valley through philanthropy.

The Dignity Health Foundation East Valley is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was started as the foundation for Chandler Regional Medical Center (formerly Chandler Regional Hospital) in 1985 so that individuals could participate in the hospital’s mission of improving the health of the community. With the addition of Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, the foundation changed its name from Chandler Regional Hospital Foundation to Dignity Health Foundation East Valley to better represent its expanded responsibility to serve both facilities and the communities of the Southeast Valley. The foundation was established to provide financial support for capital projects, equipment, new medical technologies, improved patient services and medical education, enhanced research, as well as programs and services for children, women, and senior citizens, and the care of uninsured or under-insured families at our community.

Chandler Regional Medical Center, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, and the community outreach programs managed by Dignity Health in the East Valley, are committed to furthering healing by delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health services; serving and advocating for the poor and disenfranchised; and partnering with others in the community to improve quality of life.

The generosity of the communities we serve, and the dedication of our volunteers, helps insure this excellence in patient care, medical education, research, and community outreach.

www.supportdignityhealtheastvalley.orgCatrina Boppart, Project Coordinator480-728-3930catrina.boppart@dignityhealth.orgNonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings
We have two positions available - one is to support the hospital's foundation on project management for a capital campaign; the other is to provide event management support for signature fundraising events. In the fall, we have a Dancing for Stroke event and in the Spring we have a golf tournament and gala. The event management component will vary based on individual's interests and skillset and can include, but not limited to, sponsorship benefits review, creating event collateral material, seeking in-kind item donations for silent auctions and raffles, managing and training event volunteers, stage managing event production, and interacting with committee members.
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Canine Companions for Independence, Valley of the Sun Chapter
Founded in 1975, Canine Companions for Independence® is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
cci.orgMarcus Mountford, Co-chair DogFest Phoenix 2018512.538.8569marcus_mountford@yahoo.comNonprofit, Event Planning
Seeking volunteers to assist with project management and planning for DogFest Phoenix 2018 which is scheduled for April 8, 2018 at the Scottsdale Civic Center Mall. Potential activities include project management, marketing, event planning, and fundraising.
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Carly Ofsthun
Arizona PBS specializes in the education of children, in-depth news and public affairs, lifelong learning, and the celebration of arts and culture — utilizing the power of noncommercial television, the Internet, educational outreach services, and community-based initiatives. The PBS station began broadcasting from the campus of Arizona State University on January 30, 1961. Now more than 80 percent of Arizonans receive the signal through a network of translators, cable and satellite systems. With more than 1 million viewers each week, Arizona PBS consistently ranks among the most-viewed public television stations per capita in the country.
http://www.azpbs.org/Carly Ofsthun, Volunteer Coordinator SR602-496-9685carly.ofsthun@asu.eduNonprofit, Event Planning
ARIZONA PBS
INTERNSHIP, VOLUNTEER OFFICE
This internship involves being in the Arizona PBS volunteer office and helping coordinating the 600+ volunteers. Other duties include implementing programs and events, writing for newsletters and other print pieces, service, data management, statistical tracking, general office management, and exposure in a non-profit media setting.
This internship is well suited for individuals seeking careers in fields such as non-profit management, business, communications, marketing, and public administration.
Typical Learning Opportunities
In an immersive program you will spend your days side by side with your program mentor who will equip you with learning competencies and develop your practical skills across a broad range of areas, including:
• Volunteer coordination through implementation of programs
• Maintenance of program quality and integrity
• A variety of projects designed to retain volunteers such as birthday recognition, writing of volunteer articles, satisfaction surveys, implementing appreciation activities and more
• Entering data, maintaining statistics and generating reports for volunteer programs using various databases
• Preparing presentation proposals and materials
• Research projects, program evaluation, research initiatives and Evidence Based Practice proposals
Education Required
• Must be currently enrolled in a degree seeking program
• Preferred area of course concentration in non-profit management, business, communications, marketing, public administration, psychology, social services, public relations
Characteristics and Experience of the Successful Candidate
• An ability to interact positively with people of all ages and backgrounds,
• An ability to communicate effectively
• Good organizational abilities with a strong attention to detail
• A knowledge of the skills important to customer service, event promotion and implementation, researching and delivering a creative project, and the willingness to learn and develop further knowledge and skills in these areas
• Operation of Microsoft Office Products such as Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Excel, or similar products produced by other manufacturers
• A knowledge of social media

HOW TO APPLY:
Submit resume and writing sample to Carly Ofsthun, Volunteer Program Coordinator, SR to carly.ofsthun@asu.edu. Deadline is August 21, 2017.
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Pearce Family Foundation
The Pearce Family Foundation exists so we can provide needed financial assistance to families at the home who have a child suffering from a chronic or life threatening illness.
http://pearcefamilyfoundation.com/Meghan Alfonso6027302772mpearce@pffarizona.comNonprofit, Event Planning
The foundation is looking for assistance in the organization to help with planning events and assistance with our largest one we host every year called, Clays for a Cause. The intern would also assist with mini events throughout the summer, creation of marketing collateral, and working with the families we have assisted through our grant program.
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American Youth - BILT Camp
We offer team based athletic camps and fundraising for such camps. Our core clients consist of high school athletic teams in the state of Arizona.
americanyouth.com and biltcamps.comRob Stephan602.714.8184rstephan@americanyouth.com
Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Community Sports
We offer internships and CFE hour positions to those looking for a real life opportunity to learn about every aspect of planning, funding, marketing, and managing a successful camp or athletic program. We have been in business since 2004 and are very successful in what we do with over 1500 youth participants every year and growing. You would be working closely with decision makers and learn a lot from their experience. We look forward to adding talented individuals to our team.
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Live and Learn ProgramLive and Learn is an economic empowerment program committed to helping women impacted by poverty and violence. We believe education and training are the fundamental change-agents for this underserved population.

Our mission is to break the cycle of generational poverty for women through life-skill and career training that affords real opportunities for financial self-sufficiency.
Live and Learn provides clients with a structured pathway to economic independence. We do this through personalized career planning, education, training, mentoring and financial assistance. Program staff provide highly individualized support to each Live and Learn participant over a two-year period. Funding can cover each woman’s direct and indirect basic skill building and training/education costs (wholly or in-part), certification/licensure acquisition, as well as financial assistance on an as-needed basis for essential living expenses, and/or unforeseen emergency expenses, that could otherwise derail or seriously delay completion of the program. Live and Learn guides each participant along their journey, including basic skill-building, career track training, job search strategy, post-placement challenges and adjustments, and housing transition. Since our inception in 2012, Live and Learn has assisted over 200 women to achieve their career goals and make a better life for themselves and their family.
www.liveandlearnaz.orgKatie Johnson14808886142kjohnson@liveandlearnaz.orgNonprofit, Event PlanningLive and Learn is looking for a candidate to research, identify and implement an effective Donor Management System for our Agency. Live and Learn is only in the initial stages of capturing coordinated information about current / potential donors to align with our goal of diversifying funding to support the women in our program striving to achieve their career goals. Position would be responsible for researching several donor management systems, exploring the pros and cons, recommending a system and launching /implementing the system for our organization. Some data entry would be required.
Position requires excellent analytical and organization skills. Candidate must be an excellent communicator and able to be self-directed but with good team skills. Flexible hours/days. Project would span approximately 2-3 months.
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"Collaborating for a Cause" nonprofit professionals networking group @ ICANCollaborating for a Cause is a networking group comprised of nonprofit professionals. The group conducts monthly meetings aimed at providing networking opportunities and expert led best practice learning experiences for our members. The atmosphere is lively and friendly, yet structured and efficient. www.icanaz.org/collaboratingforacauseBrenda Masters, Founder480-861-5185brenda@icanaz.orgNonprofitCFAC is a nonprofit professionals networking group that is supported by ICAN, a nonprofit in Chandler, AZ. We meet the third Wednesday of the month from 10:30 am until 1:30 pm. We network, have a short program each month followed by an expert speaker in the nonprofit field. Attendance at the meeting would be required but additional independent time can be spent researching topics & speakers, working with LinkedIn and Facebook groups, collecting bios of members, interviewing members about their needs & topic preferences, speaking in front of group - as facilitator of the meeting. Setup & take down of the room. Must be professional and dependable, do what you say you will do (part of being a good team member). Opportunity to meet real nonprofit organizations, improve speaking abilities, use your social media knowledge, plan events, research about nonprofits and get to listen to professional speakers for free!
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Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic ViolenceThe mission of the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence is to lead, to advocate, to educate, to collaborate, to prevent and end sexual and domestic violence in Arizona. ACESDV is based in Arizona and has significant, statewide presence. We are a non-governmental, non-profit membership organization that works with more than 170 formal members and allies to carry out our mission and objectives.

The ACESDV provides:
• Public awareness about sexual and domestic violence
• Education and training about sexual and domestic violence
• Expert consultation and support to advocates and programs
• Legal advocacy and information for victims, family, and concerned individuals
• Policy advocacy at the Capitol and to various committees and more
www.acesdv.orgChrista Steiner, Communications & Events Coordinator602-279-2900christa@acesdv.orgTourism, Nonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsThe internship will total 10 hours per week (increased hours nearing the Gala) working with the Communications and Events Coordinator (CEC) of ACESDV primarily on their large fundraising event, the Thrive Gala and Awards dinner held May 13th, 2017 which includes a 400+ guest list, awards ceremony, seated dinner, live entertainment and various raffles and silent auction items. Additional activities include helping coordinate or assist in small fundraising events throughout the spring. An ideal candidate must have great organization skills and interpersonal people skills. ACESDV is located in downtown Phoenix, but this internship may require some travel within Maricopa County. Mileage reimbursement for travel is available.

Internship tasks include:
• Preparation for the annual Thrive Gala and Awards Dinner
• Lead the raffle and silent auction collection process including solicitation of donations, collection, follow up, etc.
• Planning of gala and other fundraising activities
• On-site assistance to the CEC at Thrive Gala and Awards Dinner Saturday, May 13, 2017
• All other tasks assigned by the CEC

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Mt. Claret Retreat CenterMount Claret is a sacred place nestled at the base of Camelback Mountain, whose mission is to provide an inspiring and tranquil place where the People of God can renew their Catholic faith.http://mtclaret.org/Stephanie Silva - Administrative Assistant602.840.5066ssilva@mtclaret.orgNonprofit, Event PlanningVolunteering at the Mt. Claret Retreat Center will give you a chance to experience a 501(c)3 Nonprofit organization in it's beginning stages of a 5 year development plan.
Experience can be gained in the following areas...
-Professional growth in office responsibilities
-Assist with scheduling and answering questions about the retreat center
-Gain knowledge and skills in development planning.
-Assist in creating donor databases for the annual Evening Under the Stars event
-Building relations between Advisory Council and office staff
-Building relations with outside ministry groups and Mt. Claret
-Marketing and communications in catholic media sources (i.e Catholic Sun, Catholic radio, etc)
-Has the potential to complete Senior Internship here in the fall of 2017 or Spring of 2018.
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Phoenix New TimesSince its founding in 1970, New Times has kept the Valley of the Sun's feet to the fire. The paper began as an aggressive, irascible alternative to the stuffy mainstream media, which attacked "hippies" just as it now belittles millennials. And thanks to its early commitment to digital journalism, New Times draws more than 1 million monthly active users to its website, phoenixnewtimes.com. They're joined by more than 200,000 weekly print readers who consider the paper an unparalleled source of information and insight, from politics and business to music and the arts.

Along with its hard-hitting journalism, New Times produces some of Phoenix's most popular live events. Its annual Best of Phoenix A'fare, tied to its popular annual "Best of Phoenix" issue, features cuisine from dozens of restaurants from all over the Valley, along with wine, cocktails, beer and entertainment. And at its annual NovemBEER Festival, nearly fifty local breweries serve up more than 100 beer options.
http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/Rachel Hill, Marketing Manager602-229-8482rachel.hill@newtimes.comTourism, Nonprofit, Event PlanningPhoenix New Times is proud to present the 3rd annual NovemBEER Festival. NovemBEER started as small weekly beer tastings and has now transformed into a full-fledged festival featuring over 50 breweries, food, and entertainment. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from over 100 beers while kicking back in the heart of Downtown Phoenix.

Date: Saturday - November 12, 2016
Location: Arizona Center
Event Time: 12:00pm-5:00pm
Event Website: www.novembeer.com
Volunteer Sign Up: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e4caea729a1f58-novembeer

A portion of this year’s NovemBEER proceeds benefit Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI). Downtown Phoenix Inc. was established to attract more businesses, residents and visitors to Downtown Phoenix. DPI and its affiliate organizations are committed to making Phoenix a vibrant urban destination and one of the nation’s great cities.
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Impact One Breast Cancer FoundationOur I’mpact One Breast Cancer Foundation’s mission is to alleviate the financial and emotional burden experienced during expensive breast cancer treatment and recovery. We will provide prosthetics, bras, wigs, and post surgical garments. I’mpact One will also help provide emotional support, education, awareness and external resources.

We focus on fundraising to help women in need globally.

Our events are planned to raise money to provided the services to women currently battling breast cancer.
www.impactone.pinkElizabeth Ayers Cluff, Director602 625 8124elizabeth@impactone.pinkNonprofit, Event PlanningI'mpact One Breast Cancer Foundation is in need of a marketing intern/assistant. The foundation provides assistance to women going through breast cancer. We have several programs in place to help women during surgery or during treatments. We need to help raise funds to provide these services. In order to make these programs a success the marketing intern is needed to help provide the following duties to promote and help the program grow.
Tasks:
Designing of invitations/save the dates/sponsorship packets
Assistance of design with monthly newsletters
Facebook and Twitter posts
Design of new marketing collateral
Organize contacts through outlook and mail chimp and master database files
Organize success stories of breast cancer patients through blogs
Assisting in preparing for an event
Volunteering at event
School credit or stipend rate per project available

Hours: 10 hours per week in or out of office (depending on the project and what is assigned)
Contact: Elizabeth Ayers Cluff
602 625 8124
elizabeth@impactone.pink
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Chrysalis Domestic Violence ShelterMission Statement

Leading our community to broad-based solutions to prevent domestic abuse.

Vision

Stop terror in the home.

History

Over thirty-five years ago, a woman opened up her home as a safe house for both women and children who had been victimized by domestic violence. Within three years, funding was received to expand these services into a 24-hour crisis shelter. The shelter was appropriately named Chrysalis – defined as the growth that creates an independent being. During the first year more than 450 women and children received assistance and the comfort of a safe haven to develop their self-esteem and independence.

Since that time, Chrysalis has been servicing the needs of women, men and children throughout the Valley, who are trying to break the cycle of violence and abuse. The number of lives affected by Chrysalis has grown four fold since its inception, with more than 1,200 individuals now being helped each year through the efforts of Chrysalis staff and volunteers.

In addition to crisis shelter, Chrysalis offers transitional housing, outpatient counseling, victim advocacy, and community education and prevention programs. Women, men and children are taught to identify unhealthy relationships in their lives and seek proper help and assistance. With the services provided through Chrysalis, they are able to initiate positive changes in their lives and break away from verbal, physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse.

Chrysalis is funded by DES; The Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA); Cities of Chandler, Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe; VOCA (Victims of Crime Act); client fees; donations and grants from individuals, corporations, and foundations.

http://noabuse.org/Kellee Ellis, Director of Residential Services6023709465kellis@noabuse.orgNonprofit, Event Planning• Support in planning, organizing, coordinating, promoting, and facilitating events including:
o Lights on Domestic Violence (October)
o Driving Out Domestic Violence Celebrity All Star Gala & Golf Invitational (November)
o Wonderland Holiday Program (December)
• Assist in coordinating and monitoring event timelines.
• Assist in auction coordinating, from procuring items to assisting in set-up of auction day of event.
• Maintain accurate detailed records of guest lists, auction items and sponsors.
• Follow internal procedures within development.
• Represent or speak on Chrysalis’ behalf at community events and activities.
• Other duties or responsibilities as assigned.

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Desert Botanical GardenDesert Botanical Garden is a compelling attraction and plays a major role in our community, offering festivals, events, exhibitions and educational programs for visitors of all ages.
Centrally located in the heart of Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden is a naturally beautiful setting for special events, weddings and corporate meetings. The Garden offers open air pavilions, outdoor terraces, conference rooms, historic banquet halls, and scenic courtyards.
www.dbg.orgEsther Battock, Asst Director of Event Services4804818182ebattock@dbg.orgTourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsTo provide support (administrative & operational) to the Event Services Department, with an emphasis on Garden-hosted special events to further departmental goals and the mission of the Desert Botanical Garden.
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Mental Health America of ArizonaMental Health America of Arizona (MHA AZ), serving Arizona since 1954, is here to educate our community and advocate for all those individuals and families impacted by this deadly disease. Our vision is a mentally healthy Arizona free from stigma and treatment disparities. Our work is driven by our commitment to promote mental health as a critical part of overall wellness.

MHA AZ promotes the mental health and well-being for all Arizonans through education, advocacy and the shaping of public policy. We do so by developing, empowering, informing and activating a network of people, healthcare providers and business alliances interested in advocating for sound public mental health policy in Arizona. We utilize media and social networking to unite our network and call for action on pressing issues. We assist individuals by connecting them to resources in their local community.

MHA AZ is reducing the stigma associated with mental illness by helping people learn about all facets of mental health. Our educational efforts include informing and guiding public officials and elected representatives on mental health issues, as well as publishing up–to–date information about mental health issues and topics impacting our local and statewide communities. We host an annual conference and other educational events throughout the year.

We are a voice for all Arizonians, along with their families, who are and could be impacted by mental illness.

www.mhaarizona.orgKristina Sabetta, Executive Consultant480-540-8682sabettaconsulting@gmail.comNonprofitWill be working with MHA’s Executive Consultant to grow the agency, reach more people and spread tools and resources with relation to mental health (focusing on prevention and stigma-reduction). Will be developing and updating social media sites and helping with event planning. Will also be putting together agency newsletter and other marketing materials. Will explore other opportunities for MHA AZ, there are many.
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McDowell Mountain Music FestivalMcDowell Mountain Music Festival, Arizona’s musical and cultural destination, is celebrating its 13th year since its inception in 2004. Headline performers have included Widespread Panic, Passion Pit, Thievery Corporation, Phantogram, David Crosby, The Black Crowes, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Blues Traveler, Ben Harper, Slightly Stoopid, Michael Franti, The Shins, The Roots, Umphrey’s McGee and many others.

McDowell Mountain Music Festival is Arizona’s 100% non-profit music festival. Designed to promote three elements – community involvement, corporate participation and charity – McDowell Mountain Music Festival exists to support, entertain and educate the community, the arts and families throughout the state. The Festival attracts visitors from around the country for great music, beautiful Arizona weather and an opportunity to experience true culture. All of the proceeds from the Festival will benefit two local, family-based, non-profits: Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and UMOM New Day Center.

McDowell Mountain Music Festival is a great opportunity to experience the spirit cultivated when people join together to enjoy themselves and help the community.
mmmf.comHeather Rogers, Event Director602-343-0253heather@mmmf.netNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event PlanningThe person would need to be organized, self-motivated and proactive. They would need to be proficient in Word, Excel and Outlook as well as have strong verbal and communication skills.

They would be doing the following tasks (with additional tasks added when necessary):
Ticket packages
Sponsorship database management which includes sponsor packets, invoices, and ticket packages
Organizing team leader logistics which includes shirts, hotel reservations and ticket packages
Admin duties such as voicemails, calendar appointments and emails
Assist with permit processes including but not limited to neighborhood notifications
Assist with band packages including credentials

The rate of pay would be $15/hour
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Phoenix Hostel & Cultural CenterThe Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center is a Hostelling International affiliate and dedicated to inter-cultural exchange for young travelers. We hosts guests from all over the work and act as a cultural hub for arts and social justice on an international scale. www.phxhostel.org Mary Stephens / Owner4156328661mary.stephens@asu.eduTourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event PlanningInternship listing: Cross-cultural exchange, education, tourism, parks & recreation, social engagement, community development, non-profit status, travel, event planning

Type of Internship: Stipend/Paid
Hours: 120 / semester


Internship description:

The Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center is looking for a highly motivated, outgoing, and trustworthy person who is interested in contributing to our vision of cross-cultural exchange, affordable travel for young people, and community engagement with social issues. Our hostel is an award-winning hostel (Best Public Programming 2013, Friendliest Hostel 2015, Top Hostel Let's Go 2014). This internship is perfect for a student who can take initiative, is confident and good with people, and has an interest in international travel. The intern will work closely with our Manager to work with guests and communities to achieve the following goals (listed in priority of importance):

-15 hours/week on-site at the Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center ( for a total of 120 hours semester)
-Administration and check-in of international guests
-Sharing experiences and excitement of what Arizona has to offer
-Planning and executing weekly cultural exchange opportunities with guests (Dinners, First Friday Art Walk, Open-Mic, Movie Nights)
-Social media branding and updates
-Exploring new and unusual places in the City with international guests
-Light office cleaning
-Works to coordinate culture events hosted at the hostel

Learning Goals for Intern:
We take working with our interns very seriously and understand that they need/require mentorship to grow in their field. We have developed a three-pronged strategy to increase skills for our interns.

Training/Skills
-Working in highly inter-cultural environments
-How to be an effective community engagement specialist with diverse groups
-Sensitivities of administration and customer service inter-cultural environments

Requirements:
Must be an upper-division student or 20 years of age. Work well in teams and in a highly adaptable environment. Must be a self-starter, punctual, and reliable. Most important to this position is the intern must be good with people and feels comfortable with people from other countries and who speak languages other than English. Must be able to work during office hours between 5 - 10 pm (3 days / week). Preferable: someone with travel experience abroad and/or speaks two languages.

Compensation:
$750 stipend disbursed in two payments (Start and Finish)
Free hostel stays in the United State at Hostelling International
Training for inter-cultural travel environments


For more info:
http://phxhostel.org/
Facebook: Phoenix Youth Hostel & Cultural Center
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Future for KIDS Future for KIDS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing mentor driven, out-of-school time programs and camps that focus on academics, athletics, and ethics to improve the lives of youth who face adversity.

futureforkids.orgKelli Mason, Volunteer Coordinator480-947-8131kelli@futureforkids.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Community SportsOur main program is a 26-week after-school mentoring program. Mentors serve once a week for 2 hours working in small groups with children in grades 3-6, supporting them with ethics development, academic assistance, and fitness/athletics.

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Impact One Breast Cancer FoundationOur I’mpact One Breast Cancer Foundation’s mission is to alleviate the financial and emotional burden experienced during expensive breast cancer treatment and recovery. We a will provide provide supportive services, education, breast health awareness and external resources to breast cancer patients. We also provide vital essential products to women while going through treatment.

www.impactone.pinkElizabeth Cluff, Director602 625 8124elizabeth@impactone.pinkNonprofit, Event PlanningMarketing Intern Assistant
Assisting in preparing for fundraising events
Volunteering at events
Creating data base for newsletters, invites
Social media up dates
Collobrating with businesses
Attending Chamber of Commerce Events
10 hours per week
School Credit and or stipend per project event
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Cancer Support Community Arizona Cancer Support Community Arizona (CSCAZ) is a 501c3 Non Profit that provides the only comprehensive Program of psychosocial support and services to people diagnosed with cancer, their friends and families in the state of Arizona. Our mission is to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. http://cscaz.org/Jenny Quezada, Latino Program Manager6027121006jquezada@cscaz.orgNonprofitLatino Program Intern-assist with community outreach, program planning and execution, and administrative tasks for the Latino Program. Student must be comfortable speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish.
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Arizona Office of TourismAOT strives to enhance the state economy and the quality of life for all Arizonans by expanding travel activity and increasing related revenues through tourism promotion and development. AOT’s goal is to provide precise, research-driven strategies to achieve this mission while serving as the comprehensive leader in Arizona’s tourism industry.VisitArizona.comJamie Daer, Sr. Manager602-364-0783jdaer@tourism.az.govTourism, Nonprofit, Event PlanningFall Internship

AOT is the single marketing agency responsible for bringing travelers from across the US, and internationally to the state of Arizona. You’ll have the opportunity to be part of the integrated marketing team, participating in weekly ad agency meetings, collaborating in the creative process, and learning what it takes to produce strategic consumer advertising campaigns.

Within AOT, the marketing department happens to be a fast-moving, fun-loving group, if we do say ourselves. We work hard and meet deadlines, but somehow find time to laugh.
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The ALS Association of ArizonaLeading the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.www.alsaz.orgAmy Frank602-297-3800amy@alsaz.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event PlanningOur Youth and Family Programs host quarterly full day events in which kids ages 6-18 who have a parent with ALS come together to meet one another and participate in recreational activities. Students would be in charge of a small group of youth, in a camp counselor sort of role, or lead an activity that is already planned.
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The Centers for HabilitationThe Centers for Habilitation has been providing hope and purpose for individuals with disabilities since 1967. Through a variety of services we provide an opportunity for the people we serve to improve their quality of life and develop skills which empower.www.tch-az.comJustin Harris(480) 730-4224justinharris@tch-az.comNonprofitDay Program Activity Coordination
Unique Boutique Product Creation and Marketing
Self-Advocacy Coordination
Fund Development
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Anthony Bates FoundationHeart disease is the 5th leading cause of death of youth in the U.S. Anthony Bates Foundation is a community-based nonprofit that promotes heart health. We focus on preventing sudden cardiac arrest in youth by providing heart screenings, training, and AED machines to the community.anthonybates.orgFadumo, Operations Manager6024825606fadumo@anthonybates.orgNonprofit, Event PlanningWe have several exciting developments happening within the agency and need the support of motivated students who are interested in marketing, advocacy, volunteer management, fundraising, and capacity building.
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ASU Center for the Study of Race & DemocracyThe Center for the Study of Race and Democracy is critical to Arizona State University and our community. As the nation’s largest public university in the heart of one of the most rapidly urbanizing metropolitan areas in the nation, ASU is committed to delivering quality higher education to deserving students from all economic, cultural and social backgrounds. The center serves as a hub of activity at ASU, and is a source of expert opinion and professional support on matters of race and democracy at the local, national and international levels. It serves as a leading interdisciplinary venture committed to increasing awareness and informed dialogue involving the topics of race and democracy.http://csrd.asu.eduSarah Herrera, Program Manager602-496-2114sarah.herrera@asu.eduNonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsThe CSRD is currently seeking volunteers in support of our programs and events. There are many opportunities available to fit every interest and schedule.

➣ You determine your shifts and volunteer jobs...there is something for everyone!

➣ Most volunteer shifts are at the CSRD office at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus
➣ Each volunteer shift is a minimum of 1 hour
➣ Volunteers may sign up for multiple shifts
➣ CSRD can verify your volunteer hours and complete required paperwork
➣ Custom volunteer experiences can be created based on your interests/availability
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Special Olympics ArizonaThe mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.www.specialolympicsarizona.orgLaura Duncan, Monument Area Director6023245666Laura@SpecialOlympicsArizona.orgNonprofitThe Project UNIFY Intern will assist with the coordination, outreach, organization, and implementation of the Project UNIFY®, Unified Sports, and the Unified Movement. The goal of Project UNIFY is to activate young people to develop school communities where all young people are agents of change - fostering respect, dignity and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities by utilizing the programs and initiatives of Special Olympics.
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro PhoenixThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix offers affordable after-school and summer programs for 30,000+ young people in grades K-12. At thirteen clubs in Phoenix and the West Valley, BGCMP provides award-winning programs designed to change the lives of young people in four key areas:

Fun With a Purpose
Academic Success
Be Great, Do Good
Healthy Choices

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
www.bgcmp.orgManny Padia, Unit Director623-936-9020mpadia@bgcmp.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Community SportsPart Time Activity Leader Positions
Volunteer Opportunities
CFE Hours Opportunities
Coaching
Tutoring
Mentoring
Arts & Crafts
Curriculum Development
Fun
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Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic ViolenceThe mission of the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence is to lead, to advocate, to educate, to collaborate, to prevent and end sexual and domestic violence in Arizona. ACESDV is based in Arizona and has significant, statewide presence. We are a non-governmental, non-profit membership organization that works with more than 170 formal members and allies to carry out our mission and objectives.

The ACESDV provides:
• Public awareness about sexual and domestic violence
• Education and training about sexual and domestic violence
• Expert consultation and support to advocates and programs
• Legal advocacy and information for victims, family, and concerned individuals
• Policy advocacy at the Capitol and to various committees and more
www.acesdv.orgChrista Steiner, Communications and Events Coordinator602-279-2900 ext. 418christa@acesdv.orgNonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsThe internship is part time totaling 10 hours per week (or increased around specific events). Details for duties and tasks are listed below. This is a great opportunity for any student interested in gaining experience in nonprofit event planning and fundraising, as well as gaining an overall perspective for working in the non-profit sector. Hours are flexible with scheduling. The internship will run from January through May and will require onsite help at the gala on May 6, 2016 at the Arizona Grand Resort for ACESDV.

The intern will work with the Communications and Events Coordinator (CEC) of ACESDV primarily on their large fundraising event, the Thrive Gala and Awards dinner held May 6th, 2016 which includes a 400+ guest list, awards ceremony, seated dinner, live entertainment and various raffles and silent auction items. Additional activities include helping coordinate or assist in small fundraising events throughout the spring. An ideal candidate must have great organization skills and interpersonal people skills. ACESDV is located in downtown Phoenix, but this internship may require some travel within Maricopa County.

Internship tasks include:
• Preparation for the annual Thrive Gala and Awards Dinner
• Lead the raffle, silent auction collection process including solicitation of donations, collection, etc.
• Planning of gala and other fundraising activities
• On-site assistance to the CEC at Thrive Gala and Awards Dinner May 6, 2016
• All other tasks assigned by the CEC
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Saint Mary's Catholic High SchoolSaint Mary’s Catholic High School is a Roman Catholic, Diocesan, co-educational, multi-cultural,economically diverse high school serving the entire metropolitan Phoenix area
www.smknights.orgLynn Donahue, Director of Development602-251-2506Ldonahue@smknights.orgNonprofit, Event PlanningDuties include attending staff meetings; assisting the development department; maintaining the Saint Mary’s Catholic High School social networks; contacting benefactors and alumni; mailings; assisting in the development and dissemination of marketing pieces; assisting in the planning and execution of special events; performing other duties as assigned.
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Saint Mary's Catholic High SchoolSaint Mary’s Catholic High School is a Roman Catholic, Diocesan, co-educational, multi-cultural, economically diverse high school serving the entire metropolitan Phoenix area.
www.smknights.orgLynn Donahue, Director of Development602-251-2506Ldonahue@smknights.orgNonprofit, Event PlanningDuties include attending staff meetings; assisting the development department; maintaining the Saint Mary’s Catholic High School social networks; contacting benefactors and alumni; mailings; assisting in the development and dissemination of marketing pieces; assisting in the planning and execution of events; performing other duties as assigned.
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Arthritis Foundation Arthritis is not a single disease. Arthritis is an informal way of referring to more than 100 types of joint diseases that affect 53 million adults and 300,000 children in the U.S., it is also the #1 cause of disability.

The Arthritis Foundation is a national voluntary organization that exists to conquer arthritis. The organization raises funds that go towards funding: (1) Scientific Discovery for a cure and better treatment (2) Advocacy efforts to ensure access to optimal care and life changing medicine (3) Juvenile Arthritis research, medically supervised camps, education and support for families (4) Help & Support tools and resources for patients and health care providers.
www.arthritis.orgIsela Monterrosas, Director of Community Engagement 714-709-6522imonterrosas@arthritis.orgNonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsStudents interested in an engaging, hands on internship opportunity are encouraged to apply.

Students have the ability to learn and gain experience by:
1. Assist in planning and marketing the large and small special events including the GlitzGlamGiveTN Gala and Walk to Cure Arthritis/Jingle Bell Run as well as peripheral events such as juvenile arthritis camps, corporate team kick-off events, and advocacy days
2. Research grant opportunities and assist with grant writing
3. Attend event committee meetings and Leadership Board meetings as applicable
4. Represent the Arthritis Foundation at selected worksites wellness expos
5. Work with volunteer committee chair to identify and recruit volunteers to assist at pre and post events (i.e. Walk to Cure Arthritis in May Jingle Bell Run/Walk in December.)
6. Assist with Walk to Cure Arthritis or Jingle Bell Run/Walk related activities to include:
 Handling of race questions, directions, etc., (Phone & Email)
 Research and secure entertainment for route
 Solicit prizes from local business and restaurants
 Arrange for donations of pre and post- race refreshments and snacks
 List race on as many websites possible early in the process
 Contact newspapers to get the event listed and promoted
 Contact running & fitness organizations to get the race listed and promoted
 Attend event committee meetings, schedule permitting
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Center for the Study of Race & Democracy - ASUThe Center for the Study of Race and Democracy (CSRD) is recognized and established as a unifying and solutions oriented hub of civic empowerment and anti-racism. Through trendsetting programs and events aimed at educating, empowering, and connecting citizens and leaders, the CSRD is helping pave the way to Martin Luther King, Jr's “beloved community.” Most have never experienced programming quite like we offer. Our goal is to advance democracy and increase the collective awareness of and appreciation for the richness of diversity in our society. We believe helping people acknowledge diversity can contribute to dismantling myths and stereotypes in regard to race, ethnicity, class, gender, culture, immigrants & sexual orientation. For those who value diversity, there is nothing like being associated with the CSRD.http://csrd.asu.eduSarah Herrera, Program Manager602-496-2114sarah.herrera@asu.eduTourism, Nonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsVolunteer service will support CSRD programs, events, and development activities. Opportunities include working with and supporting the Program Manager with CSRD programs/events including event coordination, event preparation, marketing, communicating with attendees, community members and sponsors, assisting with day-of activities including registration, greeting, working with guest lecturers/speakers and vendors at community resource fairs. Volunteers may also work with the Assistant Director in support of the CSRD's development and operational activities. Volunteer opportunities in support of events can be reviewed & shifts scheduled online at http://vlvolunteers.eventbrite.com. Custom volunteer positions can also be developed based on a volunteer's interest, academic program and availability. Please contact us directly.
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Downtown Tempe AuthorityThe Downtown Tempe Authority acts as a vehicle to positively impact and drive the future of our city's urban center and be a steward of the existing assets and resources. We provide for clean and safe streets with our Ground Support and Safety Patrol teams. We market on behalf of the merchants and retailers in downtown while also providing street level activations as well as large scale events to bring people downtown. We produce the NYE Block Party, Tempe Festival of the Arts, Urban Living Tour, and we recently added a large chalkboard to downtown that will rotate around the district's open spaces. www.downtowntempe.comDanielle Palka, Special Projects480-355-6068danielle@downtowntempe.comTourism, Nonprofit, Event PlanningThe Tempe Festival of the Arts is one of the largest and most successful outdoor art events in the southwest. With over 330 artist booths, the event stretches along Mill Ave in the heart of downtown Tempe. Over 200 volunteers a day and needed for the 3 day festival with assignments ranging from festival greeter, artist check-in, booth sitters, chalk-a-lot street attendants, and more.

This festival occurs twice a year: Dec 4-6, 2015 and again April 8-10, 2016. We are looking for motivated, outgoing volunteers who would like to gain experience with one of the best events in Tempe.
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Mesa Urban GardenMission of the Mesa Urban Garden is to "inspire sustainable urban living through education, community involvement, and creative cooperation to strengthen families and enhance and beautify our neighborhoods".www.MesaUrbanGarden.comMiyuki Ketchum, Volunteer Manager480-330-6473miyuki@mesaurbangarden.comNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event PlanningWe have variety of Leadership Positions for volunteers:
Volunteer Management Team
Special Events & Fundraising Team
Equipment & Facility Maintenance Operations Team
Marketing, Public Relations, Community Engagement Team
Programming, Outreach & Education Team
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Arthritis Foundation The Arthritis Foundation is the Champion of Yes. Leading the fight for the arthritis community, the Arthritis Foundation helps conquer everyday battles through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science and community connections. Our goal is to chart a winning course, guiding families in developing personalized plans for living a full life – and making each day another stride towards a cure.www.arthritis.orgIsela Monterrosas, Director of Community Engagement 714-709-6522imonterrosas@arthritis.orgNonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings• Assist with the distribution of patient education literature to community health care providers
• Assist in planning and marketing Juvenile Arthritis (JA) Family Camp, Camp Cruz, and JA Family Day
• Assist in planning and marketing the large and small special events including the GlitzGlamGiveTN Gala and Walk to Cure Arthritis as well as peripheral events such as juvenile arthritis camps, kick-off events, and advocacy days
• Identify and recruit volunteers for special events
• Research grant opportunities and assist with grant writing
• Represent the Arthritis Foundation at selected work sites to raise awareness of the Foundations programs and services
• Attend committee meetings and Board meetings
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BBYOBBYO is the leading pluralistic teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. For 90 years, BBYO has provided exceptional identity enrichment and leadership development experiences for hundreds of thousands of Jewish teens.

This position would be with the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.
www.bbyo.orgLaura Charnofsky480-634-4900 x 1127lcharnofsky@bbyo.orgNonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsBBYO Mountain Region spans Arizona, Nevada and Utah. This position, based out of our Scottsdale office, would be assisting the Senior Regional Director with logistics of weekly events for middle school and high school aged teens, logistics for weekend-long conventions of 150+ teens and adults, and program planning to help teen leaders create meaningful experiences. As with all program and event planning, there is admin work associated with the position as well.
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Wingteam Event Staffing Agency for Corporate Groups and Meetings and Charity/Community Give Backs. www.mywingteam.com Yvette Ponte 602.451.2426 WingteamPhoenix@live.com Tourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings, Community SportsAssist with small business operations, OFFICE

Assist with event operation - VARIOUS LOCATIONS

Opportunities in AZ while you are in school and opportunities nationwide post graduation
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Food for the HungryWhen you partner with Food for the Hungry (FH), you'll be serving the poor in two ways. FH responds to help shelter, feed and clothe survivors of natural disasters. FH also does long-term development work with the poor to transform impoverished communities into healthy, productive places for children to grow.

Our Mission is to walk with churches, leaders and families in overcoming all forms of human poverty by living in healthy relationship with God and His creation.
fh.orgSharon Parker, Volunteer Coordinator480-609-7729sparker@fh.orgNonprofitCurrently, the nature of volunteer work in our Phoenix office is mostly available in our Production and Communication Department during the hours of 8am and 3:30pm Monday through Friday. The work involves a lot of assembling mailings, stuffing envelopes, attention to detail (matching up numbers and names) and filing.
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Girl Scouts - Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, Inc.Our Mission: Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

Our vision is a world where girls and women are equally represented as leaders in our communities, businesses and our nation.

As the nationally recognized leader in leadership development for girls, we serve girls in Kindergarten through High School. Our Council serves central and northern Arizona, and portions of the Navajo Nation. Equipped with skill-building programming and four resident and day camps, we reach 24,000 girls ages 5-17 and 10,000 adult volunteers each year. GSACPC is always looking for those interested in sharing their time and talents with girls
www.girlscoutsaz.orgMag Boase, Member Engagement Executive602-228-6551magboase@girlscoutsaz.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event PlanningDo you want your volunteer experience to REALLY MATTER? Having an impact on girls lives is so important in our world today!

Volunteers can engage in delivering planned Girl Scout Programming to girls in our Program Centers, offered in a wide variety of locations and time commitments. We ask that you volunteer in a way that really connects you to the girls by coming to a program center for a six time commitment – whether it is once a month for 6 months, or twice a month for 3 months, or every week for 1 ½ months. In this way the girls feel valued and connected to someone who cares about them.

Go to www.girlscoutsaz.org/volunteer and select the opportunity that works for you (based on zip code).If you don’t see an opportunity that meets your needs, click on “unsure” and our staff will contact you to help you make the choice that best meets your needs/desires. Membership in our organization costs $15 annually to provide a basic accident protection plan, but you can also choose financial assistance.
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ASU CABHPThe mission of the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy is to improve practices, program implementation, and policies of human service systems that support families and individuals. We achieve this mission by engaging in services research, policy analysis, workforce enhancement, program development and evaluation.

Under the leadership of CABHP director Michael Shafer, Ph.D., CABHP is helping to ensure that the behavioral health of community is being addressed in a coordinated and comprehensive way, recognizing the interplay between behavioral health, child welfare, crime and housing.

Drawing on extensive research and evaluation, the CABHP staff works to ensure that public policy and programs are grounded in scientific or evidence-based approaches that respond to the needs and voices of the families and children served by community programs.
cabhp.asu.eduTara O'Brien602-496-1486tara.obrien@asu.eduNonprofit, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsOur center delivers more than 70 CEU events throughout the year with our Event's Team. Our team currently includes two full-time staff and student assistance. We are currently seeking additional student assistance to join our team. Our CEU events include both on and off campus sites with participant numbers ranging from <10 to >500.
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Arizona School for the Arts ASA represents an innovative model in education with a concentration on college preparation through immersion in the performing arts. ASA inspires creative thinkers and leaders.www.goasa.org Stacy Chatham, Community Coordinator602-257-1444schatham@goasa.org Nonprofit, Event PlanningArizona School for the Arts (ASA) is seeking an Event Manager intern that will be responsible for managing events and ensuring deadlines and budgets are adhered to. The Event Manager will direct coordination of activities to prepare for the day of the event.


Job Requirements:

•Coordinate details of events such as Carnival, Fall Fiesta, and various Community Events
•Calculate budgets and adjust when necessary
•Book venues and negotiate fees
•Prepare invitations and send out at appropriate time
•Promote the events
•Ensure staff is adequately prepared for events
•Ensure the day of event goes smoothly
•Plan menus, order food, and hire caterers as needed
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Maryvale RevitalizationMRC is non-profit working in Maryvale community of west Phoenix. We run some physical revitalization programs and several social programs - mainly aimed at teen leadership, art and education. We are getting ready to begin an internet radio show on the community.www.maryvalerevitalization.comDwight Amery, President623-848-2795dwight@maryvalerevitailzation.comNonprofitWe have two current positions we can email you the descriptions of. One is to be program director/on air personality on new internet radio program, and the other is promoting MRC via social media along with crowd funding and youth program development.

If people work out and become staff - this is one time options, otherwise can offer to others as time goes on.
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Robinson Ranch

The mission of Robinson Ranch remains firm; to provide comprehensive educational programs for under-privileged, disabled & able-bodied children and adults, utilizing horses to facilitate growth, learning and healing. Pursuing this mission enriches the lives of our students in a caring, safe, and challenging environment that will enable them to reach their full potential.
www.robinsonranch.orgVirginia Coco, Program Manager717-814-2794virginia@robinsonranchaz.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsInternship and part time positions available for recreational therapy using equine assisted activities; non-profit management and volunteer coordinator; and fund raising/events planner.
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The Neighborhood Christian ClinicOrganized by a group of volunteer healthcare professionals, we exist simply to:
◾To provide medical and dental healthcare services to the uninsured, underserved community
◾To share the Gospel and love of Jesus Christ with interested patients and colleagues
◾To train and equip healthcare professionals to respectfully share the Gospel and love of Jesus Christ in their daily practice

There are nearly 800,000 people in Maricopa County who do not have the means to obtain for themselves primary or specialty medical and dental care because they do not have health insurance. Each year the Clinic performs thousands of medical and dental visits, dispenses medications, provides on-site laboratory testing, and ultrasound examinations, offers low-cost referrals to radiology centers for basic x-ray and barium studies as well as to our volunteer network of over forty-five subspecialists, provides comprehensive diabetic care, and maintains on-site Clinics in dermatology, gynecology, physical therapy and chiropractic care.
www.thechristianclinic.orgGary Derbyshire, Recruiting Coordinator602-258-6008 x113gderbyshire@tncclinic.orgNonprofitWe are a faith-based, inner city clinic providing healthcare to the uninsured and underserved patients of Phoenix. Our volunteers are mostly highly educated and highly skilled medical and dental professionals who take time out of their full-time schedule to serve among the Working Poor. Our Volunteer Coordinator has a very demanding job scheduling volunteers as well as their patients and is having a hard time keeping up with processing new volunteers, who require a bit more attention. Here is the volunteer position we are hoping to be filled by a NLM or other Public Programs student:

Volunteer Assistant to the Volunteer Coordinator
• Reports to the Volunteer Coordinator
• Works with the Recruiting Coordinator and Administrator
• Processes completed volunteer applications by inputting information into Volgistics, printing nametag, mailing acceptance letter, and works with staff nurses to schedule orientations.
• Time Commitment: 1-2 hours/week
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Southwest Human DevelopmentOur Mission
Southwest Human Development strengthens the foundation Arizona's children need for a great start in life.

Our Vision
A positive future for every child.

Southwest Human Development is Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development. Since our founding in 1981, Southwest Human Development has been a leader in providing services for children ages birth to 5 and their families in the areas of:

Child Development and Mental Health
Easter Seals Disabilities Services
Head Start and Early Literacy
Child Welfare
Professional Education

Southwest Human Development serves 135,000 children and families each year through more than 40 programs and services that focus on preventing problems before they start or, when they already exist, providing opportunities to intervene as early and effectively as possible.
www.swhd.orgAnnette Sutfin, Volunteer Engagement Manager602-633-8416asutfin@swhd.orgNonprofit, Parks & RecreationSWHD is looking for an assistant coordinator of its tutor and mentoring program. The program is fairly new, so the candidate would match current clients needing tutors or mentors with volunteers. The coordinator would be responsible for setting up the initial visit between the volunteer and client and assuring the match is successful through communication with the child's caregiver, the child's current worker and the volunteer. The candidate would also be responsible for designing a procedural manual to assist with ongoing program delivery.
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Southwest Human DevelopmentOur Mission
Southwest Human Development strengthens the foundation Arizona's children need for a great start in life.

Our Vision
A positive future for every child.

Southwest Human Development is Arizona’s largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development. Since our founding in 1981, Southwest Human Development has been a leader in providing services for children ages birth to 5 and their families in the areas of:

Child Development and Mental Health
Easter Seals Disabilities Services
Head Start and Early Literacy
Child Welfare
Professional Education

Southwest Human Development serves 135,000 children and families each year through more than 40 programs and services that focus on preventing problems before they start or, when they already exist, providing opportunities to intervene as early and effectively as possible.
www,swhd.orgAnnette Sutfin, Volunteer Engagement Manager602-633-8416asutfin@swhd.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsSWHD needs ongoing assistance in its warehouse for its early literacy programs. Volunteers will assist with sorting books, preparing books for distribution by programs and with assisting literacy program facilitators during events and activities.
SWHD also needs students to assist with follow up calls for individuals who have utilized our services. Volunteers would contact families and utilize a provided script to determine how SWHD can improve its program and service delivery.
In addition, SWHD's Good Fit Center needs assistance with file maintenance and review.
Other opportunities exist and arise regularly. Some of these might include assisting with picnics for clients, tutoring and mentoring as well as assistance with the volunteer program development.
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Arthritis Foundation The Arthritis Foundation is the only nonprofit health organization that leads the fight for the Arthritis community and help conquer everyday battles through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science and community connections. Our goal is to chart a winning course, guiding families in developing personalized plans for living a full life-and making each day another stride towards a cure. www.arthritis.orgIsela Monterrosas, Director, Community Engagement714-709-6522imonterrosas@arthritis.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/Meetings1.Assist with the distribution of Patient Education literature to community healthcare providers
2. Assist in planning and marketing the large and small special events including the GlitzGlamGiveTN Gala (Feb); Walk to Cure Arthritis (May); Enterprising Women (Sept) and Volunteer Recognition Dinner (Dec) as well as peripheral events kick-off events
3. Assist in planning and marketing of Juvenile Arthritis Family Camp (Fall) & Summer Juvenile Arthritis Children Camp (Summer)
3. Recruit day of volunteers for events
4. Research grant opportunities and assist with grant writing
5. Represent the Arthritis Foundation at selected worksites and community events to raise awareness of the Foundations programs and services
6. Attend committee meetings and Board meetings as applicable

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Animal Defense League of Arizona (ADLA)Mission: To stop and prevent animal abuse and to advocate that animals have the right to live free of abuse.

ADLA is composed of 4 primary programs, Spay/Neuter Hotline, legislature, wildlife and compassionate living. Currently, the Spay/Neuter Hotline is at the forefront of these programs due to the pet overpopulation crisis in Arizona and beyond. Experts estimate that in the valley alone there are over 200,000 free-roaming cats living outdoors. The Animal Defense League of Arizona works to promote and organize Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) initiatives in communities throughout Arizona through the Spay/Neuter Hotline. Last year alone ADLA was able to TNR 16,000 cats in Maricopa county and made additional state wide referrals for low-cost spay and neuter services.
adlaz.orgRachael Goodworth, Volunteer Coordinator602-265-7729 x103RGoodworth@adlaz.orgNonprofitThere are times when the caretaker or those involved in wishing to TNR a roaming cat colony are physically unable or overwhelmed by the duties involved in trapping these cats. This opportunity is responsible for opening a dialogue with the caretaker needing assistance, developing a plan to effectively trap the greatest number of cats and implementing that plan with the caregiver and finally, to schedule and conduct the actual trapping of the cats.

TNR training will be provided.
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Downtown Tempe AuthorityThe Downtown Tempe Authority shall act as a vehicle to positively impact and drive the future of our city's urban center and be a steward of the existing assets and resources. We want Downtown Tempe to be a vibrant, livable, walkable community that exceeds expectations while promoting the best uses of our public spaces. www.downtowntempe.comDanielle Palka, Director of Downtown Vibe480-355-6068danielle@downtowntempe.comTourism, Nonprofit, Event PlanningThe DTA is hosting an Urban Living Tour on Saturday, March 21st from 1-4pm. The Tour will showcase amazing living spaces and the urban lifestyle that makes living in Downtown Tempe so great.

Volunteers will be paired with a property owner for the duration of the tour. The volunteer will greet each tour attendee as they enter the home and make sure that only tour attendees with the tour wristband enter the home. The volunteer will also assist the homeowner. We are looking for outgoing, friendly individuals who want to spend a few hours in a cool urban dwelling. Volunteers will meet at 12pm for information and their assignments. We will provide a t-shirt to wear.
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Bridging AZ Furniture BankSocial Entrepreneurship Project - Furniture Bank. We have been in business for 10 years and support social service agencies who identify and qualify people who need furniture. We have won many awards including Nonprofit of the Year from Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce and have distributed over 250,000 items to families in need.

Mission Statement: Empowering People and Bridging Lives Toward Self Sufficiency.
www.bridgingaz.orgJim Piscopo480-375-5454jim@bridgingaz.orgTourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsPaid if student qualifies for FWS (Federal Work Study). Please contact for more info.
Opportunities include:
Special Events.
Bedrace.
Program development.
Grant research/writing.
Donation coordinator.
Volunteer management.
Marketing.
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Teacher Retention ProjectMission Statement: The Teacher Retention Project provides Arizona’s most effective teachers with resources, support, and recognition to ensure they make a long-term commitment to the classroom, thereby promoting student achievement with consistency and quality of education.

History and Vision: The Teacher Retention Project (TRP) was founded by educators who experienced firsthand the challenges of teaching in Arizona’s high-needs schools. The organization’s leaders are now active members of a statewide community focused on best educational practices. TRP is committed to supporting the development and retention of Arizona’s top teachers, increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of Arizona’s schools, and improving educational opportunities for all students. TRP operates under the guidance of the Arizona Community Foundation.
http://teacherretentionproject.orgAnne Ackroyd, Development Associate602-616-5631ackroyd.trp@gmail.comNonprofitThe Teacher Retention Project (TRP) is seeking highly qualified volunteers/interns to support community outreach and development efforts. TRP is a new organization, and we are working to build our donor base and community support. Responsibilities may include fundraising, grant writing, follow-up, tracking/reporting, and event planning. Applicants should have strong verbal and written communication skills, be able to work independently, and have the desire to support a growing nonprofit. Positions are open immediately. Depending on the responsibilities assigned, the position may be paid or volunteer.
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Friends of the Agua Fria National MonumentWe work with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to monitor and protect the Agua Fria National Monument. We organize outings and perform service projects on the monument, such as: monitoring trails and cultural resources, removing non-native plant species, performing trash pickups, documentation of prehistoric resources, and act as stewards and advocates. Our audience are individuals interested in the history, prehistory, and biology of Arizona.http://aguafriafriends.org/Chris Caseldine, Outreach Coordinator6024328353chriscaseldine@gmail.comNonprofit, Event Planning-Grant proposal research and preparation
-Event planning and coordination
-Membership coordination
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SKM EntertainmentSKM Entertainment Event Production is a reputable entertainment company serving clients in Arizona for over 25 years. We provide an array of services including DJ, MC, décor lighting and photo booths. SKM Entertainment Event Production provides first class worry free events in the most prestigious resorts and convention centers throughout the valley including Villa Sienna, Four Seasons, Clayton on the Park, JW Marriott Desert Ridge, and many more. Experience, expert advice and talented MC’s are the reasons why SKM Entertainment is consistently voted as best DJ in Arizona. www.skmentertainment.comCatherine Schultz, Office Manager480-423-1114assignments@skmentertainment.comTourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsPurpose of Position: Purpose of Position: To provide operational and administrative support to office staff and operations staff. Major emphasis will be to support Office manager and Sales manager. Further support in marketing / social media is also included in the position. Office manager support includes sending assignments to MC’s, organizing weekly meetings with catering managers, sending agendas to venues for upcoming events, and taking payments from clients. Sales manager support includes servicing our clients by taking phone calls, scheduling sales client meetings, and compiling all materials and preparation for showcases and trade shows. Operational support includes preparing sound systems for the weekly events including lighting and other all a carte items and the opportunity to learn set and strike on events. Experience in videography, graphics and marketing is welcomed but not mandatory. For the right candidate, SKM will give opportunity to participate in DJ training class to learn the skills that we teach our finest DJs.
Start/End dates will reflect semester dates. Candidate must have interest in office support, gaining experience in direct contact with brides and corporate clients, engaging in set/strike for weddings and other events. We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate who is organized and ready to join our exceptional team.

Please contact Catherine Schultz 480-423-1114 assignments@skmentertainment.com
Resume upon request
Salary $9.00 per hour
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American Liver FoundationThe mission of American Liver Foundation is to facilitate, advocate and promote education, support and research for prevention, treatment and cure of liver disease. www.liverfoundation.orgErin Gasser, Events Coordinator602-953-1800egasser@liverfoundation.orgNonprofit, Event PlanningVarious opportunities available including helping out at the office or one of our events in Phoenix including- Liver Life Walk on April 18th and Flavors of Phoenix on June 4th.
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SKM EntertainmentSKM Entertainment Event Production is a reputable entertainment company serving clients in Arizona for over 25 years. We provide an array of services including DJ, MC, décor lighting and photo booths. SKM Entertainment Event Production provides first class worry free events in the most prestigious resorts and convention centers throughout the valley including Villa Sienna, Four Seasons, Clayton on the Park, JW Marriott Desert Ridge, and many more. Experience, expert advice and talented MC’s are the reasons why SKM Entertainment is consistently voted as best DJ in Arizona. www.skmentertainment.comCatherine Schultz, Office Manager480-423-1114assignments@skmentertainment.comTourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsPurpose of Position:
To provide operational and administrative support to office staff and operations staff. Major emphasis will be to support Office manager and Sales manager. Further support in marketing / social media is also included in the position. Office manager support includes sending assignments to MC’s, organizing weekly meetings with catering managers, sending agendas to venues for upcoming events, and taking payments from clients. Sales manager support includes servicing our clients by taking phone calls, scheduling sales client meetings, and compiling all materials and preparation for showcases and trade shows. Operational support includes preparing sound systems for the weekly events including lighting and other all a carte items and the opportunity to learn set and strike on events. Experience in videography, graphics and marketing is welcomed but not mandatory. For the right candidate, SKM will give opportunity to participate in DJ training class to learn the skills that we teach our finest DJs.
Start/End dates will reflect semester dates. Candidate must have interest in office support, gaining experience in direct contact with brides and corporate clients, engaging in set/strike for weddings and other events. We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate who is organized and ready to join our exceptional team.
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Support My ClubSMC is an e-commerce solution where donors can support the needs of high school clubs & teams. They post their specific requests & donors “shop” for items that speak to them. There are needs in Academics, Activities, Arts & Athletics, ranging from $2 to thousands – allowing anyone to find an item no matter what their interests or giving abilities. Items are added to the online cart, donors make a 100% tax-deductible purchase & Support My Club delivers the item directly to the club! For every $100 of value received, the club completes 1 hour of community service, allowing the receiver to become the giver and the cycle of philanthropy to continue.www.supportmyclub.orgHeather Cracchiolo, Director of Operations480.707.8299hcracchiolo@supportmyclub.orgNonprofitPosition Overview: This position is responsible for the management of data and inventory supply of the Support My Club program by performing the following duties: Add new item pages in Shopify, price out items and update system daily Track and update items purchased, items still available, urgent need items, and kickstart clubs Order items as they are purchased from the Support My Club website
Track orders for arrival and inform Program Manager
Select items weekly to highlight on website that coincide with seasons and special days/events
Edit online items to ensure they are current and remove items that have expired Remind and motivate clubs to continually upload new items
Communicate with club sponsors and coaches regarding item suggestions and requests
Work with Program Manager to prep and deliver donation items to clubs as they are received to ensure prompt delivery of items to clubs
Maintain a supportmyclub.org email address, responding to inquiries within 24 business hours
Check Shopify for new orders; update Google Docs
Update backend of simple interface website as needed (no html experience required)
Create and send thank you notes to donors

ADDITIONAL TEAM DUTIES: Collaborate with team to suggest items for past donors Assist in planning annual signature Philanthropy Bar event (seasonal event) Attend community events when presence supports the enrollment or new schools and/or clubs
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Coursework towards a Bachelors Degree in nonprofit management, social sciences, education, business or related area Skilled in data management and systems creation Extreme attention to detail Experience managing Excel spreadsheets, Google Docs and data systems Strong organizational skills Awareness of high school extracurricular activities and costs associated with participation
SCHEDULE AND BENEFITS: 15 hours per week at $10 per hour Flexible schedule around class schedule. Ideally 3 days/week for 5 hours/day The opportunity to work with a young non-profit on a fast growth tract towards a national presence A chance to gain knowledge of educational and philanthropic communities The opportunity to implement original ideas in a nimble and supportive atmosphere
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Support My ClubSMC is an e-commerce solution where donors can support the needs of high school clubs & teams. They post their specific requests & donors “shop” for items that speak to them. There are needs in Academics, Activities, Arts & Athletics, ranging from $2 to thousands – allowing anyone to find an item no matter what their interests or giving abilities. Items are added to the online cart, donors make a 100% tax-deductible purchase & Support My Club delivers the item directly to the club! For every $100 of value received, the club completes 1 hour of community service, allowing the receiver to become the giver and the cycle of philanthropy to continue.www.supportmyclub.orgHeather Cracchiolo480.707.8299hcracchiolo@supportmyclub.orgNonprofitProgram Assistant: Marketing & Club Outreach
Overview:This position is responsible for aspects of the marketing and community outreach of the Support My Club program by performing the following duties: Add schools and clubs into Shopify Review online club and item registration to ensure eligibilityAdd new schools, clubs, and items into data management system and update contacts in gmail Create welcome packets for Program Manager to deliver to clubs at school sites In partnership with Program Manager, manage club accountability through follow up to ensure that thank you notes are sent to donors and community service hours completed and logged Monitor local and national media stories that tie-in to SMC’s mission, can increase media awareness and/or can build partnerships Work in collaboration with Program Manager to capture and document club and student success stories which will support the fundraising efforts of Support My Club Update social media sites to gain additional community support and share the ongoing work of Support My Club Support the creation of the agency marketing plan and materials in collaboration with the organization’s outside professional consultant Research, make recommendations, and attend community events when presence supports spreading the word of Support My Club’s program efforts Creation of unique marketing and awareness campaigns such as teacher appreciation, club sponsor of the week, etc. Support with the gathering of information for “What’s Up Wednesday” weekly e-newsletter Collaborate with Support Update website slider twice per month
TEAM DUTIES: Collaborate with team to suggest items for past donors Assist in planning annual signature Philanthropy Bar event (seasonal event)
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Coursework towards a Bachelor’s Degree in nonprofit management, social sciences, marketing, education, business or related area Awareness of marketing trends, social media campaigns Attention to detail and strong writing skills Experience managing Excel spreadsheets, Google Docs, and data systems Excellent communication skills and organizational skills Awareness of high school extracurricular activities
SCHEDULE AND BENEFITS: 15 hours per week at $10 per hour Flexible schedule around class schedule. Ideally 3 days/week for 5 hours/day The opportunity to work with a young non-profit on a fast growth tract towards a national presence A chance to gain knowledge of educational and philanthropic communities The opportunity to implement original ideas in a nimble and supportive atmosphere
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Support My ClubSMC is an e-commerce solution where donors can support the needs of high school clubs & teams. They post their specific requests & donors “shop” for items that speak to them. There are needs in Academics, Activities, Arts & Athletics, ranging from $2 to thousands – allowing anyone to find an item no matter what their interests or giving abilities. Items are added to the online cart, donors make a 100% tax-deductible purchase & Support My Club delivers the item directly to the club! For every $100 of value received, the club completes 1 hour of community service, allowing the receiver to become the giver and the cycle of philanthropy to continue.www.supportmyclub.orgHeather Cracchiolo, Director of Operations480.707.8299hcracchiolo@supportmyclub.orgNonprofitPosition Overview: This position is responsible for the management of data and inventory supply of the Support My Club program by performing the following duties: Add new item pages in Shopify, price out items and update system daily Track and update items purchased, items still available, urgent need items, and kickstart clubs Order items as they are purchased from the Support My Club website
Track orders for arrival and inform Program Manager
Select items weekly to highlight on website that coincide with seasons and special days/events
Edit online items to ensure they are current and remove items that have expired Remind and motivate clubs to continually upload new items
Communicate with club sponsors and coaches regarding item suggestions and requests
Work with Program Manager to prep and deliver donation items to clubs as they are received to ensure prompt delivery of items to clubs
Maintain a supportmyclub.org email address, responding to inquiries within 24 business hours
Check Shopify for new orders; update Google Docs
Update backend of simple interface website as needed (no html experience required)
Create and send thank you notes to donors

ADDITIONAL TEAM DUTIES: Collaborate with team to suggest items for past donors Assist in planning annual signature Philanthropy Bar event (seasonal event) Attend community events when presence supports the enrollment or new schools and/or clubs
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Coursework towards a Bachelors Degree in nonprofit management, social sciences, education, business or related area Skilled in data management and systems creation Extreme attention to detail Experience managing Excel spreadsheets, Google Docs and data systems Strong organizational skills Awareness of high school extracurricular activities and costs associated with participation
SCHEDULE AND BENEFITS: 15 hours per week at $10 per hour Flexible schedule around class schedule. Ideally 3 days/week for 5 hours/day The opportunity to work with a young non-profit on a fast growth tract towards a national presence A chance to gain knowledge of educational and philanthropic communities The opportunity to implement original ideas in a nimble and supportive atmosphere
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SKM EntertainmentSKM Entertainment Event Production is a reputable entertainment company serving clients in Arizona for over 25 years. We provide an array of services including DJ, MC, décor lighting and photo booths. SKM Entertainment Event Production provides first class worry free events in the most prestigious resorts and convention centers throughout the valley including Villa Sienna, Four Seasons, Clayton on the Park, JW Marriott Desert Ridge, and many more. Experience, expert advice and talented MC’s are the reasons why SKM Entertainment is consistently voted as best DJ in Arizona. www.skmentertainment.comCatherine Schultz480-423-1114assignments@skmentertainment.comTourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Conventions/MeetingsPurpose of Position: Purpose of Position: To provide operational and administrative support to office staff and operations staff. Major emphasis will be to support Office manager and Sales manager. Further support in marketing / social media is also included in the position. Office manager support includes sending assignments to MC’s, organizing weekly meetings with catering managers, sending agendas to venues for upcoming events, and taking payments from clients. Sales manager support includes servicing our clients by taking phone calls, scheduling sales client meetings, and compiling all materials and preparation for showcases and trade shows. Operational support includes preparing sound systems for the weekly events including lighting and other all a carte items and the opportunity to learn set and strike on events. Experience in videography, graphics and marketing is welcomed but not mandatory. For the right candidate, SKM will give opportunity to participate in DJ training class to learn the skills that we teach our finest DJs.
Start/End dates will reflect semester dates. Candidate must have interest in office support, gaining experience in direct contact with brides and corporate clients, engaging in set/strike for weddings and other events. We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate who is organized and ready to join our exceptional team.

Please contact Catherine Schultz 480-423-1114 assignments@skmentertainment.com
Resume upon request
Salary $9.00 per hour
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Friends of the Agua Fria National MonumentWe are concerned citizens who treasure Agua Fria National Monument and want to be sure that its important and sensitive resources are sufficiently protected.

We play an important role in assisting the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) with critical support for Monument activities. We work with the BLM to be sure that the monument receives the protection it deserves. We organize outings and perform service projects on the monument, such as:
- Monitoring trails and cultural resources
- Removing non-native plant species
- Performing trash pickups
- Recording rock art

We also act as stewards and advocates for the monument, working to ensure that it receives the highest level of protection possible.
http://aguafriafriends.org/Chris Caseldine, Board Member602 432-8353chriscaseldine@gmail.comTourism, Nonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning- Communication liaison
- Event planning and coordination
- Grant preparation
- Fundraising organization
- Public outreach
- Record keeping and administration
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American Red CrossThe American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

5 areas of service:
Disaster Relief
Support for Military Families
Health and Safety Training Education
Blood Services
International Services
http://www.redcross.org/az/phoenixAlexis Trujillo, Special Events Specialist 602-336-6684alexis.trujillo@redcross.orgNonprofit, Event Planning• Gain professional fundraising experience with a well-recognized and respected international organization
• Opportunity to network with local businesses and community organizations
• Play a significant role in helping the American Red Cross carry out its mission of helping individuals and families prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies
• Attend local events and meetings as a Red Cross representative.
• Staff information table at corporate giving campaign events and community fairs, festivals, and events
• Maintain an open, friendly and helpful approach to event visitors
• Maintain an intentional, pro-active stance in greeting event visitors
• Respond to inquiries in an appropriate manner
• Record names interested people and inform chapter/unit for follow up
• Transport and set up Red Cross materials at community and fundraising events and return display materials to chapter/unit
• Assist at regional and local fundraising events
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Downtown Chandler Community PartnershipThe DCCP is a non-profit organization that promotes and markets Downtown Chandler through events and programing. The DCCP also offers enhanced maintenance and safety to Downtown Chandler. Two of our most successful events are our weekly Farmers Market and our monthly Art Walkdowntownchandler.orgJeff Kulaga 480 550-2248jeff@downtownchanlder.orgNonprofit, Event PlanningAssist with farmers market and art walk vender liaison duties, assist with planning and deployment of both events. Assist with marketing including social media, preparing weekly and monthly newsletters. Assist with general office administrative tasks.
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro PhoenixThe Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix offers affordable after-school and summer programs for 23,000 young people in grades K-12. At twelve clubs in Phoenix and the West Valley, BGCMP provides award-winning programs designed to change the lives of young people in four key areas:

Fun With a Purpose
Academic Success
Be Great, Do Good
Healthy Choices

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix enables all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
www.bgcmp.orgManny Padia, Unit Director623-936-9020mpadia@bgcmp.orgNonprofit, Parks & Recreation, Event PlanningWe have several openings throughout metro phoenix and west valley areas. This is an opportunity to really make a difference in a child's life in a fun and engaging environment. Our staff work with youth aged 6 - 18 everyday after-school in a clubhouse setting.

You will help plan, organize and lead recreation programs and activities for youth and/or teens in the Games room, Gym, Arts & Crafts Center, Learning Center and other recreation program areas. We call our programs "fun with a purpose"! You must be able to work in a team environment and be a great role model for kids.

You need to be able to work up to 25 hours per week in the afternoons after school Mon - Fri; most days start at 3:00 pm however early release days from school may require a start time as early as 1:00 pm. You may also be responsible for transporting youth to/from the club, and serving meals.

Skills & Requirements
To be considered for this position you must have direct recent experience leading programs and activities for youth, be a high school graduate or equivalent, demonstrate mature judgment and be a positive role model for our kids. Preferred: age 21 or older with valid AZ drivers license and clean driving record to meet our insurance requirements for transporting youth.

Salary: from $9/hour

Salary Comment
Paid time off and other benefits for PT employees.
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Roosevelt Row CDCRoosevelt Row CDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit community development corporation established to further the unique cultural character and creative assets of the Roosevelt Row Arts District, to advocate for the continuing presence and role of the arts and small business in the revitalization of the district, and to foster a dense, diverse and walkable urban community.rooseveltrow.orgLauren Mislove, Events and Volunteer Intern(602) 578-9166volunteer@rooseveltrow.orgEvent Planning, Nonprofit, Tourism
Date(s):
Event:
Shifts:

11/5/2014

11/12/2014

11/19/2014

11/26/2014

Wednesday Wind-Up

Provide an info booth to share the mission and services of Roosevelt Row CDC.
Each week has a different theme to focus on diverse communities downtown. Event runs from 11am-1:30pm.

2 Volunteers Needed

10:00am-2:00pm
Shift includes setup and breakdown.


11/8/2014

Certified Local Fall Festival

Provide an info booth for Roosevelt Row CDC to share our mission of supporting the arts and small businesses as unique cultural assets in the revitalization of downtown Phoenix.Event runs from 10:00am-4:00pm.

3 Volunteers Needed

Shift 1: 9:45am-12:00pm

Shift 2: 11:45am-2:00pm

Shift 3: 1:45pm-4:15pm

Shifts include setup and breakdown.


11/7/2014

11/21/2014


A.R.T.S. Market on First & Third Friday

Assist in preparing the lot for vendors, communicate mission and purpose of Roosevelt Row CDC and A.R.T.S. Market at Info Booth, invite people to sign up to volunteer and help breakdown.

6; 2 people needed per shift

Shift 1: 3:30pm-5:30pm

Shift 2: 5:30pm-7:30pm

Shift 3: 7:00pm-9:30pm


11/14/2014

11/15/2014


4th Annual Pie Social

Positions may include assisting with event prep, setup, ticket sales, pie table, auction, being a rover and event breakdown.
VIEW OPEN POSITIONS
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f44a4ac28a57-piesocial1

Volunteers Needed: 35-40
11/14/2014
Shift 1: 4:00pm-6:00pm

11/15/2014
Shift 1: 10:00am-2:00pm
Shift 2: 1:45pm-5:00pm
Shift 3: 4:00pm-7:00pm
11/22/2014
The NovemBEER Festival

Positions may include assisting with event setup, VIP area, Beer pouring, token sales, and info booth. ‘
Must be 21+ to attend.
Volunteers Needed: 25-35
Shift information TBD.
Event runs from 11:00am-5:00pm.
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ASU Center for the Study of Race and DemocracyWe admit it, we’re different! The Center for the Study of Race and Democracy (CSRD) is the only organization in the State of Arizona and one of a very few organizations in the United States that offers citizens access to scholarly research and publication, interdisciplinary study, discourse and debate and advocacy on cutting-edge issues related to race and democracy. Our programs, events and services are successful because they reach key community institutions that include media, businesses, government, community colleges and universities, community-based, non-profit and faith-based organizations.

Most people have never experienced programming quite like what we offer. Our goal is to advance democracy and increase the collective awareness of and appreciation for the richness of diversity in our society. We believe that helping people just to acknowledge this diversity can contribute to the dismantling of myths and stereotypes with regard to race, ethnicity, class, gender, culture, immigrants and sexual orientation. For people who value diversity and are willing to consider a wider worldview, there is nothing like the experience of being associated with the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy.
http://csrd.asu.eduSarah Herrera602-496-2114sarah.herrera@asu.eduConventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismBe an Architect of Change Volunteer!

The Center for the Study of Race and Democracy is seeking volunteers for the Visionary Lecture Series featuring Aaron McGruder, creator of "The Boondocks."

Volunteer Information:

-- There are volunteer shifts available before, during & after the event, and you can sign-up for multiple shifts, on multiple days
-- Volunteer shifts are available in a variety of work areas: event preparation; volunteer coordination; attendee registration; merchandise sales/promotion; book signing and reception.
-- Volunteer shifts are available at both the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy office and at the event venue, Tempe Center for the Arts
-- CSRD will sign CFE, volunteer and community service documents

Please contact us with any questions by email at csrd@asu.edu or by phone at 602-496-1376.
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Scottsdale Wedding Walk at The Venue Scottsdale The Venue Scottsdale is Arizona’s premier special event venue that has hosted everything from corporate functions, live entertainment shows, mitzvahs, and weddings to charity events and civic organizations. Our flexible and incredibly unique space has just gone through an update including the re-opening of our retractable roof. Our in-house event designers and new rock and roll chef will turn any event or gathering into a memorable, once-in-a-lifetime celebration.www.scottsdaleweddingwalk.com Deanna Holguin 480.945.5551deanna@thevenuescottsdale.com Conventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismWe are seeking volunteers interested in over-the-top special events to assist us with this very popular annual Bridal Show. Guests will arrive at the Venue and mingle with the many wedding vendors indoors and then continue on a “walk” around Old Town Scottsdale to visit our many neighboring shops. Upon return from the walk, guests will be entered to win many prizes valued up to $5000 and a chance to win a complementary wedding rehearsal dinner. In addition, there will be two fashion shows showcasing the latest trends in bridal ware, bridesmaid dresses and tuxedos.

We are seeking volunteers to help us in many capacities. Students will definitely be exposed to some of the top event planners in the state and it’s a wonderful opportunity for anyone looking to grow their career in the events industry. We have many options available for volunteers which include helping us with registration, directing guests on the Walk and modeling some of the latest fashions!
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Arizona Burn FoundationThe Mission of the Arizona Burn Foundation is to assist those experiencing burn injury through comprehensive support, prevention, community outreach, education and research.
The Foundation believes that most burns are preventable and this can best be realized through the education of the community and its children.

One of the key components of our mission is to reduce death and injury from burns and fires through prevention education. We accomplish this through Health and Safety Fairs, our Mrs. Hot Pots program for preschoolers and Smoke Alarm Installation events.

Our Smoke alarm installation program began in 2006 to assist in preventing home fire deaths or burn injuries to children and adults. We support and coordinate several events each year where volunteers and fire fighters install free dual sensor smoke alarms in high risk households throughout communities in Arizona.

This program exists to be sure that anyone living in older homes or in high risk areas have at least one working smoke alarm in their home.

Over the years we have partnered with 20 different Fire Departments, installed over 11,000 dual sensor alarms and coordinated or participated in 69 walks. We partner with Fire Departments and civic or corporate organizations. At risk neighborhoods are identified by Fire Department partners. With our partners and volunteers we will install new Dual Sensor smoke alarms and check existing alarms for free.
www.azburn.orgMik Milem, Community Outreach Coordinator602-230-2041, ext 108mik.milem@gmail.comEvent Planning, NonprofitVolunteers are needed for the Smoke Alarm Installation events, held on Saturdays during the months of October through May. Training is done the morning of each event, prior to the start of the walk. Typically the training starts at 8:00 AM and the installation walk ends around 12:00 PM. There are 2 or 3 people on each team. One person generally handles the smoke alarm installations or checking of batteries in existing smoke alarms; one of the other team members handles the paperwork which includes handing out burn prevention brochures and a release form the homeowner needs to sign/date if we do an install. For those looking for a more in-depth internship, we are also looking for those who would want to coordinate and administrate Smoke Alarm Installation events for us.
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AlliedPRAAlliedPRA redefines destination management by working in partnership with our clients to create lasting experiences, to maximize returns on objectives and to guarantee peace of mind using our global reach, local expertise and solutions-oriented approach.http://alliedpra.com/locations/arizona/Toyesha White, Program Manager480.893.0988toyesha.white@alliedpra.comConventions/Meetings, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismHave fun while fulfilling your CFE requirements! AlliedPRA is a Destination Management company that is all about being hands on. We organize events for major corporations such as; galas, outdoor adventures, private dinners. You will have the chance to shadow our Program and Operations Managers while travelling to some of Arizona’s finest venues. This opportunity will not only help you to complete CFE Hours but also help lead you into an Internship with Destination Management. AlliedPRA is a sister company to SoHo 63, Kate & Company and, KCA. You could network yourself into a job with conventions and meetings, weddings or even our hip new venue SoHo 63.
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Phoenix Sister CitiesPhoenix Sister Cities is a non-profit organization partnered with the city of Phoenix, it exists to create people-to-people relationships between the residents of Phoenix and its sister cities through commercial, educational, cultural and artistic exchange programs and events that create and sustain global, long-term, international partnerships and business opportunities for the citizens of Phoenix.phoenixsistercities.orgDallon Bartleman, Assistant to the Vice President(602)534-7357international.relations-3@phoenix.govConventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismPhoenix Sister Cities has 10 cities from all over the world. Each has their own committee that organize various fundraising events throughout the year. Events include: cultural events, sporting events, art shows, cinema showings, festivals, as well as an annual Gala. Volunteers would be able to learn about the various logistics of the events, interact with people from all over the globe, and discover an amazing organization.
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Roosevelt Row CDCRoosevelt Row CDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit community development corporation established to further the unique cultural character and creative assets of the Roosevelt Row Arts District, to advocate for the continuing presence and role of the arts and small business in the revitalization of the district, and to foster a dense, diverse and walkable urban community.www.rooseveltrow.orgLauren Mislove, Events and Volunteer Intern6025789166volunteer@rooseveltrow.orgParks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismWe are rolling into Fall full force with one of our biggest, spiciest and most exciting events of the year; the 3rd annual Chile Pepper Festival! bringing together 24 valley restaurants together to compete in a "Chile Pepper Challenge," The event is a celebration of the unique culinary world that exists in Phoenix, it brings us together to share an evening of food, art, music and dance. We will need lots of hands on deck to help make this happen. Your help will not only facilitate this for others, but will enhance the experience for all! Please check out the positions available and sign up http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f44a4ac28a57-20141.
Orientation will be held at the Phoenix Public Market Cafe:

Wednesday September 24 at 6:30pm
Thursday September 25 at 6:30pm


As part of our mission, Roosevelt Row CDC is established to further the unique cultural character and creative assets of our downtown community, including those that you possess. Moving forward, we have monthly volunteer opportunities with First Fridays and Third Fridays, weekly Wednesday Wind Up, Pie Social and other projects in the works. We are so excited to have you on board for Chile Pepper Festival and part of our Roosevelt Row CDC team!
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Up By Their BootStrapsUP BY THEIR BOOTSTRAPS is a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization located in the Goodyear, AZ targeting the Military. Up By Their Bootstraps mission is to reduce stress on troops and their families by providing a wide range of assistance and to raise awareness of military service to our countrywww.upbytheirbootstraps.orgKenneth Mithiaru, CAPM6027405891kmithiaru@upbytheirbootstraps.orgConventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, Tourism Participate in brain storming sessions on funding and other organization needs.
 Update the social media forums and keep them up to date, including the website.
 Act as the first contact to correspondence and direct accordingly.
 Administrative responsibilities
 May be required to conduct interviews and video tape events.
 Contribute positively to the organization.
 Manage some programs, act as program coordinator and occasionally fill in for the Director
 Ad hoc projects as needed.
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West Valley Child Crisis CenterThe West Valley Child Crisis Center is a child welfare agency that has been a safe haven for children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, or abandonment since 1986. Through our Foster Care and Adoption Program we recruit, train, and assist families with licensing/certification application process who want to care for children in foster care. In addition once families are licensed/certified we provide ongoing support and monitor homes who care for children in the foster care system.www.wvccc.orgCandace Schulte623-848-8863cschulte@wvccc.orgNonprofitWe are currently in need of volunteers to assist plan, organize, and implement our October 2014 fundraising event. Our first planning meeting is August 25, 2014 from 6pm - 7:30pm.
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WM SymposiaWM Symposia is a non-profit organization that holds the premier international conference for the management of radioactive waste and related topics. The conference is one of the largest city-wide conventions in Phoenix with an average attendance of over 2,000 people.www.wmsym.orgJaclyn Russell, Exhibits and Registration Manager480-557-0263onlinereg@wmarizona.orgConventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismWe are looking for an intern that is interested in starting in the events and meetings business. This would be a paid position for someone who can give at least 20 hours, possibly more if his/her class schedule allows. The position would have a heavy focus in conference registration but would also provide training in general meeting planning.
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Bridging AZ Bridging AZ is Arizona's first Furniture Bank, a Furniture Bank provides basic furniture and household items to families in need. In the past 10 years they have supported over 200 social agencies and distributed over 250,000 items.

Mission Statement: Empowering People and Bridging Lives Toward Self Sufficiency.

Audience: The working Poor, Children, Veterans, Families
www.bridgingaz.orgJim Piscopo, Founder480-375-5454jim@bridgingaz.orgConventions/Meetings, Event Planning, NonprofitTypes of positions may include:
Program Development.
Special Events.
Bedrace.
Social Media & Marketing.
Community Outreach.
Soliciting Donations.
Fundraising.
Web Design.
Marketing & PR.
Creating Videos.
Warehouse work.
Other positions may be developed for the right candidate.

NOTE: For a paid position, must be current student who qualifies for Federal Work Study, please check your financial aid package.
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Benevilla - Helping Partners PeoriaEach Benevilla adult day center features specialized programming to meet specific needs – from memory care, to physical therapy to developmental challenges. Participants benefit from a “person-centered care” philosophy and the support they need, while caregivers receive the resources they need to energize themselves. Identifying the strengths that each participant possesses and working with them to make the most of those opportunities is the focus – which ultimately assists them in preserving their memory, their physical strength, or achieving optimum self-confidence.

The days here Helping Partners Peoria are fun, energetic and infused with learning, compassion and care for adults with intellectual challenges. Inspiring self-esteem and life skills, Helping Partners offers an exceptional opportunity for growth.

Fun, safe and inspiring, the Helping Partners Program is designed for adults with intellectual disabilities. The program provides a multitude of activities and also exposes participants to several volunteer opportunities, giving them a chance to bolster their self-confidence and give back to the community.

www.benevilla.orgBrittney Kozeliski CTRS, Activity Therapist623-826-2610bkozeliski@benevilla.orgParks & Recreation, NonprofitEntertainment, educations, games, crafts, gardening, community outings, and exercise fill the daily agenda. Participants are involved and help direct their daily activities, including meal preparation.

Indoor and outdoor spaces offer inviting, secure opportunities for group activities or private time, just like home. Days are filled with evolving adventure as participants develop and grow.

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ARCH - Arizona Recreation Center for the HandicappedOrganization Mission: To enhance and maintain the quality of life of individuals with special needs in order to promote higher levels of physical well-being, independence, and self-sufficiency. ARCH provides essential services to 5,000 special needs children, youth and adults annually. ARCH provides 13 programs including: Adult Drop-In Recreation, ARCHKids Children’s Services, Special Olympic Training & Competition, Performing Arts, Day Treatment & Training, STEPS to Health & Wellness Prevention Program and Life-Skills Education. While ARCH is located in central Phoenix in the Christown / Spectrum Mall area, participants arrive from all over the Valley including Mesa and Glendale.

ARCH is the only recreation center of its kind in Maricopa County:
• Accessible to Many – Weekly, 300 individuals with special needs turn to ARCH for supportive services. Adaptive programs are available from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. Working families, group homes, service providers, and schools depend on ARCH to provide safe, reliable, and supervised recreation and enrichment programs.

• Low-Cost Drop-In Recreation Daily – ARCH is the only recreation center to daily provide special need Adult Drop-In Recreation for $2.00 a day. Each week, 120 adults participate in our Drop-In program. That’s nearly 40% of our all our weekly participants. Most low-income adults with significant cognitive delays are underserved and do not have access to many state-funded direct services. ARCH provides a vital service by providing a safe and welcoming place for this vulnerable population.
www.archaz.orgTerri Perillo, Director602-230-9734terri_perillo@archaz.orgParks & Recreation, NonprofitCareer Exploration Hours:
The Arizona Diamondbacks have just announced that our agency was chosen as a recipient of the 2014 Grand Slam Award. This highly competitive award of $100,000 will help support the creation of a dedicated children's area at our recreation center. The student selected for this program will help create community awareness of our ARCHKids expansion project by:

• Creating community awareness of the ARCHKids program within the school districts and service providers by direct contact and one-on-one meetings and small group presentations.
• Involvement in developing new enrichment activities (surveying parents, children, staff, community research, develop initial program recommendation).
• Present recommendations to ARCH leadership.

Start / end dates are negotiable with summer semester being the preference. Career exploration hours at ARCH would be of interest to a person who is actively pursuing a career in community development through nonprofit recreation. ARCH is a fine testament to what a small group of concerned people can do to better our community. ARCH was created in 1975 as a not-for-profit through a collaborative partnership of disability leaders whose goal was to create centralized recreation for a broad range of developmentally, physically and emotionally disabled teens and adults from the greater Phoenix area. In the beginning, ARCH served a handful of special needs teens and adults. It now provides essential services to 5,000 special needs children, youth and adults annually. We are a community gem and want more people to know about us!
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Friendly HouseFriendly House is a community-based organization serving various needs for low to moderate income households, including the operation, management and fiduciary support of a K-8 Charter, Academia Del Pueblo, as well as the support of our TRIO program. To fill the gap for the financial needs of Academia Del Pueblo and support the TRIO Program, Friendly House organizes an annual golf tournament fundraiser. friendlyhouse.orgPatty Arreguin602-416-7209lparreguin@gmail.comEvent Planning, NonprofitWe are in need of individuals who are interested in event planning to support this cause. The tournament will take place May 1st at Trune Golf Course. In the meantime we are asking students from ASU to support the data management and execution of the event. We welcome the ideas and the energy our ASU students bring to the table.
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Springdale VillageSpringdale Village is a 100 bed facility that focuses on providing quality care to long term care residents and sub acute patients in a healing environment through an interdisciplinary approach. Treatment services include but are not limited to disciplines of nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and recreational therapy.springdalecares.comSuzanne Ypsilanti Director of Recreational Therapy480981-8844 x225sypsilanti@springdalecares.comParks & Recreation, Event Planning, NonprofitProvide activities to residents and patients individually and in a group setting that focus on cognitive stimulation, passive therapeutic exercise, spirituality, and psycho-social models of engagement.
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Arizona Food Allergy AllianceThe Arizona Food Allergy Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by food allergies and anaphylaxis in the state of Arizona. We sustain the common interests of members through education, support, advocacy, and research. It is our goal to bring awareness, understanding, and safety within families and communities by providing educational seminars, personal networking experiences, opportunities for community involvement, and funding for research. Thus, we hope that every person will connect, learn and succeed. www.arizonafoodallergy.orgLisa Horne480-382-4225lisa@arizonafoodallergy.orgConventions/Meetings, Event Planning, NonprofitThe Arizona Food Allergy Alliance has multiple opportunities available throughout the year. Annual events include a Zoo Walk, summer camp for pre-teens and teens, Easter Egg Hunt, Trunk-or-Treat, and conference. We also host multiple training seminars, networking events, and educational trainings. Volunteers would be needed for each of these events to help with planning, setting-up, hosting, and clean-up.

We are also looking for multiple fundraising volunteers who will work with leaders to write grants and sponsorship requests, and set up fundraising events and opportunities. This opportunity is ongoing.
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Arizona Capitol MuseumOur Mission: “We at the Arizona Capitol Museum connect people with Arizona’s government – past and present.”
As museum professionals, we document how Arizona’s government has changed and continues to change by and for Arizonans. We connect the past and present using a variety of resources to cultivate informed government participation. Through exhibits, programs and virtual resources, we engage and educate visitors to be more engaged citizens.
http://www.azlibrary.gov/museum/Abby Schmidt, Volunteer Coordinator602-926-3731aschmidt@azlibrary.govParks & Recreation, Nonprofit, TourismDuties and Responsibilities May Include:
• Leading tours for school groups
• Serving as a Museum Ambassador
• Creating learning activities for youth
• Working with the Museum Guild on fundraising and other projects
• Supporting the Volunteer Manager with recruitment and engagement
• Supporting the Online Experience Manager in expanding social media
• Collaborating with the Onsite Experience Manager to enhance the museum experience
• Preparing for and staffing special events
• Working with the Collections Manager to manage museum collections
• Increasing outreach and community engagement
• Providing customer support and other retail functions in the museum store

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Fresh Start Women's FoundationFresh Start Women’s Foundation empowers women to transform their lives through engagement and education. The Jewell McFarland Lewis Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center, located in central Phoenix, offers counseling, mentoring, education, career services, legal services, child watch, an e-learning center and self-esteem serviceswww.freshstartwomen.orgJessica Doane, Program Coordinator602-261-7124jdoane@fswf.orgEvent Planning, NonprofitFresh Start is seeking an unpaid Events Intern to support our development department in planning and executing one of the organization’s largest annual fundraising events: a fashion gala which will be held on February 22, 2014.

The intern will work directly with our Events Director on projects that sustain and grow this event. Responsibilities will include event preparation, data entry, and event-day logistics, including set-up, breakdown, and helping with the silent auction. The intern will also work with our Marketing Coordinator and Volunteer Services Coordinator to ensure successful execution of these events.

The intern must commit to working 10-20 hours per week starting as soon as possible and going until May 2014. This is an ideal opportunity for someone seeking to gain broad experience in nonprofits, event management, and fundraising/development.
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Ballet ArizonaBallet Arizona is an innovative and provocative professional ballet company that creates, performs, and teaches outstanding classical and contemporary ballet. The company is dedicated to preserving and celebrating classical dance while creating and commissioning new innovative works.
Ballet Arizona is under the artistic direction of Ib Andersen, who was a principal dancer with the New York City Ballet for over a decade. An administrative team and community Board of Directors provides support services and oversight for the company’s activities, and is assisted by the dedicated efforts of an enthusiastic Volunteer Corps.
Ballet Arizona is dedicated to serving the people of central Arizona through Education and Community Outreach programs, which touch the lives of more than 35,000 children each year.
Ballet Arizona believes that a performance can change lives. We offer our audiences and participants the opportunity to expand your imagination on a unique journey to a place where it has never been and allow you to experience art in a way that surpasses words!
balletaz.orgKelly Champlin, Special Events Coordinator602-343-6520kchamplin@balletaz.orgConventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismBallet Arizona offers a variety of volunteer opportunities. Get involved and support Ballet Arizona – meet new people, learn more about ballet and get a behind-the-scenes experience with the Company.
Formed to support the Company’s needs at every level, Ballet Arizona’s Volunteer Corps offers a wide range of fun and fulfilling prospects for “hands-on” participation in various capacities, from administration to performances and events.
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Wingteam Event Staffing Services. We support corporations, associations, DMC's, small businesses, meeting planners/incentive firms & sporting agencies with execution of conferences, meetings and team builds by adding smiley, helpful staff to their events. We assist with set-up, tear down, greeting guests, running errands, wrangling entertainers, dispatching tours, preparing program agenda information, assembling and delivering gifts! www.mywingteam.com Yvette Ponte or Dave Wiggs 602.614.8806wingteamPhoenix@live.com Conventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismWingteam is NOW hiring for events taking place NOV20th-24th 2013 team build event (21st) and 4 day medical conference (20-24th). We need lots of help! If you are majoring in tourism, non-profit, parks&recreation, meetings/convention, event planning please apply! Compensation is $12 PH + CFE HOURS.
Send your RESUME to WINGTEAMPHOENIX@LIVE.COM. Include your CELL and Schedule Information (times/dates you are NOT available between the WED20th-SUN24th of Nov). We have shifts that start at 7AM and may end at 9PM. Shifts during these times are 4-12 hours long, having schedule details in advance will help us match/balance student availability in conjunction with the clients needs. Thank you!
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AlliedPRAStudents… we have a great opportunity for you depending on your time needs and desires. We have 4 companies within one and while they are related, they are all different - would you like weddings or social events, corporate functions or non-profit management…. A-PRA and its sister companies can offer you easily 50 hours in each. Run through one and start another, keeping the atmosphere, the environment and energy high. Our desire is to make your experience fun and meaningful. Our events and needs are sporadic so let us know you are available and we will phone when the needs arise OR we can schedule your assistance based on your schedule. Call Cindy at 480-893-6110 for more information. www.alliedpra.comwww.alliedpra.comCindy Mauck, Exec Admin480-893-6110cindy@kc-a.comConventions/Meetings, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismJunior/Senior Student seeking hours in conjunction with their degree in the College of Public Programs with specialty in Meetings/Conventions, Event Planning or Tourism.

Proficient understanding and use of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint).

Reliable transportation.
Flexible hours to accommodate work as needed.

Basic Function:
Provide administrative and professional support to facilitate the accomplishment of goals and objectives established in: Meetings & Conferences, Association Management, Weddings, Special Events and Public Relations

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SoHo63Students… we have a great opportunity for you depending on your time needs and desires. We have 4 companies within one and while they are related, they are all different - would you like weddings or social events, corporate functions or non-profit management…. SoHo63 and its sister companies can easily offer you 50 hours in each. Run through one and start another, keeping the atmosphere, the environment and energy high. Our desire is to make your experience fun and meaningful. Our events and needs are sporadic so let us know you are available and we will phone when the needs arise OR we can schedule your assistance based on your schedule. Call Cindy at 480-893-6110 for more information.
www.SoHo63.comCindy Mauck, Exec Admin480-893-6110cindy@kc-a.comConventions/Meetings, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismJunior/Senior student seeking hours in conjunction with their degree in the College of Public Programs with specialty in Meetings/Conventions, Event Planning or Tourism.

Proficient understanding and use of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint).
Reliable transportation.
Flexible hours to accommodate work as needed.

Basic Function:
Provide administrative and professional support to facilitate the accomplishment of goals and objectives established in: Meetings & Conferences, Association Management, Weddings, Special Events and Public Relations

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KC-AStudents… we have a great opportunity for you depending on your time needs and desires. We have 4 companies within one and while they are related, they are all different - would you like weddings or social events, corporate functions or non-profit management…. KCA and its sister companies can easily offer you 50 hours in each. Run through one and start another, keeping the atmosphere, the environment and energy high. Our desire is to make your experience fun and meaningful. Our events and needs are sporadic so let us know when you are available and we will phone when the needs arise OR we can schedule your assistance based on your schedule. Call Cindy at 480-893-6110 for more information. www.kc-a.com
www.KC-A.comCindy Mauck, Exec Admin480-893-6110cindy@kc-a.comConventions/Meetings, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismProviding administrative and professional support to facilitate the accomplishment of goals and objectives established in three areas:
Public Relations
Meetings & Conventions
Special Events

Responsibilities:
Enjoy a mutually benefiting relationship while learning and experiencing through professional contact and development of various tasks:

Ownership of tasks assigned
Press list development, management
Proposal development
On-Site meeting/event facilitation/management
Correspondence in support of projects
Organization of materials
Press release writing, distribution
Creation of fact sheets, distribution
Telephone handling/professional techniques
Fielding inquires
Act as a liaison between owner and clients
Coordination and assistance with press clips layout
Upkeep of presentation portfolio
Represent KC&A at functions as availability exists
Competitive analysis of similar services
Sourcing outside resources through bids
Updating mailing lists
Coordinating new programs
Developing Marketing/Strategic Plans for projects
Developing project time-line
Assist KC-A Associates as requested for projects
Assistance with all office functions including typing, telephone handling, ordering materials, scheduling, filing, assembling collateral pieces and
major mailings as requested
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Boys & Girls Club of East Valley-Thunderbirds Branch & Peggy Hoag Teen CenterWe are a community-based, character building, youth development organization. We deliver the highest quality programs and provide opportunities to assist youth and teens in developing their self esteem, values and skills in a safe and fun environment. Our professionals guide members through personal, educational and social development to realize their full potential and become positive, value-oriented and productive citizens.

Many children have no adult supervision after school. Studies have shown that the hours between 3 and 8 p.m. are the hours that most kids are likely to get involved with crimes, be victims of crime or engage in other risky behavior. The Clubs provide an alternative to the dangers of the streets. Moreover, the Clubs provide stimulating activities that help build character, self-esteem, values and skills.

Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley offers that and more! Our Clubs instill a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence
clubzona.orgArianna Jones, Volunteer Coordinator480-897-6247guadalupevolunteer@clubzona.orgParks & Recreation, NonprofitSpecial Interest
Design and Run a program of your own.

Program Aid
Commit to and support one of our weekly programs.

Tutoring
Provide personalized educational assistance.

Coaching
Love sports? Dedicate time to coaching one of our league teams.
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Wingteam Wingteam Event Staffing Services. We hire and place staff that work events for Fortune 1000 Corporations across the US. We want to hire YOU for some of these events. We love to recruit from ASU SCRD! www.mywingteam.com Yvette Ponte602.451.2426WingteamPhoenix@live.com Conventions/Meetings, Parks & Recreation, Event Planning, Nonprofit, TourismWINGTEAM is HIRING! EARN PAID CFE HOURS $12 PER HOUR:

DATES: Friday Oct 18- Sunday 20th - YOU MUST HAVE ALL 3 Full DAYS AVAILABLE TO BE HIRED for this Event
TIME: 8:30AM-5:00PM each day, LUNCH is included each day
PLACE: Local Resort in Scottsdale - You will be informed upon hire
Position: Event Staff, Event Preparation - you will be preparing welcome packets and gifts for arriving guests
Pay: $12 Per hour + lunch at the resort each day
To Apply: Submit Resume /experience info and a JPG headshot (can be FB profile pic) to WINGTEAMPhoenix@live.com as soon as possible.
TYPE "HIRE ME OCT 18-21 + Your Cell Number IN YOUR SUBJECT HEADER .
Notes:
This is an entry level position so even if you have limited event experience that is ok!
Time is of the essence so apply as soon as you can!
If you do not have these dates open but you are interested in working future events with us or doing an internship with Wingteam, send your resume/jpg when you can and type in your subject header "2013 EVENT STAFF + ___(YOUR CELL #) or 2014 SPRING, SUMMER, FALL INTERN + ___(YOUR CELL #)

Questions: Call 602.451.2426
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Valley of the Sun United WaySince 1925, Valley of the Sun United Way has been uniting diverse partners and bringing together donors, business supporters, non-profits, government and faith-based communities to build a stronger Valley for us all. To accomplish this, United Way is keenly focused on achieving three Community Objectives:
Ensure Children and Youth Succeed
End Hunger and Homelessness
Increase the Financial Stability of Families and Individuals

United Way is the largest investor in health and human services in the Valley. With the support of more than 90,000 individual donors, 700 business supporters, and a wide array of volunteers and partners, we effectively create change on two levels:
We drive systemic change that impacts entire communities
We transform individual lives every day

Together, we’ll build a stronger community for us all to live, work and raise our families
vsuw.orgDionne Hackett, HR Manager602-631-4859dhackett@vsuw.orgNonprofitPosition Summary:
Responsible for supporting First Things First Quality First Child Care Scholarship Grant. Strong customer service and presentation skills are required. This position requires a high degree of self direction, initiation, and leading to be successful and get the job done. Supports cross-functional collaboration between VSUW departments as well as First Things First.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Requirements:
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
•Strong customer service skills.
•Good analytical skills.
•Multi-task oriented with attention to details.
•Ability to analyze and process confidential data.
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