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Specific Positions

Application Readers:
Atlas Corps needs about 100 people during the months of February, March and April to read, review and rate candidate applications. We are seeking people who are willing to read a minimum of six applications - each applications take about 30 minutes, so this is a 3-hour commitment. Please consider getting involved in this important volunteer opportunity!

Media Coordinator:
Atlas Corps plans a significant media outreach plan and seeks a media coordinator who can organize outreach to the press to raise awareness about Atlas Corps.

U.S. Development Assistant:
Atlas Corps seeks a volunteer for 5-10 hours a week with flexible hours who is willing to go to the Foundation Center Library and research fundraising opportunities, write foundation proposals and work with the Founder to raise money for the organization.

College Network Coordinator:
Atlas Corps seeks a college student, probably in DC, but could be anywhere in the U.S., to develop the "Global ACCION" (Atlas Corps College International Organization Network). The vision for this group would be to organization college students around the Atlas Corps mission of strengthening the global nonprofit sector. Activities would include organizing events on college campuses for Fellows and the Founder to come speak as well as awareness events around important global issues and events.

Spanish Language Document Translator:
We need a volunteer for 5-10 hours a week who can help translate documents and this web page from English to Spanish. This is an important position and hope to find someone with translating experience.

Faith-Based Organization Outreach Coordinator:
Atlas Corps seeks to partner with churches, synagogue, mosques, and all types of faith-based organizations to support Atlas Corps. Activities would include reaching out to these groups and asking them to sponsor a Fellow for $500. If they sponsor a Fellow, then the Fellow would come speak to their congregation and they could follow the Fellow's progress over the year.

Strategic Web Design Consultant:
This website is constantly being improved (and will be a lot better in October), but Atlas Corps seeks a volunteer for 2-5 hours a week who can provide strategic web design advice, and perhaps some web design support.

DC Friends of Atlas Corps Members:
We are seeking an individual in DC to be a part of the "DC Friends of Atlas Corps" committees whose primary rolls will be to support and welcome the Fellows as they arrive in the United States.

Indian-American Outreach Coordinator:
Atlas Corps seeks an Indian-American or Indian in the U.S. who can help coordinate outreach to Indian-American organizations in the U.S. Outreach will be to raise awareness, raise funds, seek feedback, develop allies and strengthen the Indian-side of the program. A Volunteer is needed for 2-5 hours a week, and hopefully someone who is willing to fill this roll for at least nine months.

Colombian-American Outreach Coordinator:
Atlas Corps seeks a Colombian-American or Colombian in the U.S. who can help coordinate outreach to Colombian-American organizations in the U.S. Outreach will be to raise awareness, raise funds, seek feedback, develop allies and strengthen the Colombian-side of the program. A Volunteer is needed for 2-5 hours a week, and hopefully someone who is willing to fill this roll for at least nine months.

Bogota Office Intern: Atlas Corps is interested in finding an intern to come to the Bogota office a few hours a week to help with the strategic development of the organization.

Communications Intern / Volunteer:
Atlas Corps seeks an intern/volunteer to help with our communications strategy, in particular to help develop our quarterly e-newsletter.

Marketing Intern / Volunteer:
Atlas Corps seeks a Marketing Intern / Volunteer to help develop our Annual Report. This will be a 4-8 page document available online and mailed to our partners. An individual with marketing experience in this area would be fantastic.

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