Summer Job:: Youth Arts Empowerment Camp!

4 Mar

*_Camp Registrar Position_*

The Power of Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to youth empowerment through the arts. Throughout the summer, Power of Hope runs week-long, arts-based summer camps for teenagers from all around the
northwest. The Registrar is integral to recruiting and registering a diverse group of youth for POH camps, and helping to ensure that the preparation for summer camp is complete.

We are seeking a friendly, self-motivated, service-oriented individual who is excited to learn about the administrative side of non-profit management. Our summer intern registrar will work in our office, with
flexible hours. She/He will register youth for camp, communicate with our volunteers, enter information into our database, solicit donations & help prepare supplies for camp. She/He must be comfortable communicating
with people by phone & email, as she/he will be the primary contact for youth who are signing up for camp.

_HOURS OF WORK_
March – June: ½ time (average 20 hours per week )artcamp01
July – August: ¾ time (average 30 hours per week)

_COMPENSATION_
March – June: $200 / month
July – August: $300 / month

College credit, if approved by applicant’s university.

Experience in the non-profit sector. Friendly work environment.

_TO APPLY_
This position begins as soon as possible. Please inquire!
Email your resume, cover letter, and (the contact information for) two references to devon@powerofhope.org

Or send it to Power of Hope / 4408 Delridge Way SW #103 / Seattle, WA / 98106

The Power of Hope unleashes the positive potential of youth through arts-centered intergenerational and multicultural learning programs that value self-awareness, leadership, community and social change. /For more
on the Power of Hope, visit http://www.powerofhope.org

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