The Afterschool Peer Mentoring Project is a capacity development organization that is committed to inspiring, investing, engaging and facilitating growth opportunities for young persons in transitional stages of their lives. We ignite young people to set career goals and walk them through the achievement of such goals enabling them transit seamlessly from school to work. Founded as an offshoot of the Moremi Initiative fellowship in 2011, Afterschool Peer Mentoring Project has contributed to the career advancement of young people in Calabar and in Nigeria through its strategic interventions such as the Prep2Grad Symposium, Project iGNITE, Pre- Tertiary Programme, Workplace Training for Undergraduates, its Opportunities blog, Internship Placements, trainings and other social broking services.
The Volunteer will be in charge of: (1) Determining and clarifying strategic and operational problems (2) Identifying problems and seeking solutions reviewing current strategy (3) Undertaking research into the industry sector, markets and competitors (4) Collecting, analysing and interpreting data and statistics (5) Compiling and presenting information verbally, visually and in writing (6) Identifying and assessing the pros and cons of possible strategies outlining objectives (7) Developing, advising about and implementing agreed solutions (8) Identifying strategic partnerships for Afterschool Project
Estimated hours required per week: 30 hours per week
The estimated duration of the project is: 6-12 months
This position is On-site in Calabar Nigeria or Virtual
The office can provide amenities to volunteers such as: Internet, Office space
Desired Skills and Experience
A blend of talents and skills is required of successful Senior Consultant candidates, including intellectual ability, strong analytic skills, imagination and creativity, judgment and maturity, curiosity, interpersonal skills, ability to work in a team environment, high energy level, professional integrity, and demonstrated leadership.
The candidate will typically have:
This is an opportunity to work with an Ashoka Fellow
This is an unpaid, volunteer opportunity.
W.TEC (Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre) is a Nigerian nonprofit organization dedicated to educate, connect and empower Nigerian women through active engagement with information and communication technology. Their programs target mostly women and girls from disadvantaged backgrounds, who are not typically able to afford technology trainings.
Here's your chance to work with The Women's Technology Empowerment Centre(W-TEC)!
For more information, please visit: http://www.w-teconline.org
W.TEC would like to redesign our current website - http://www.w-teconline.org - which was redesigned in 2013. This website was built in Wordpress and has enabled multiple members of our team to update different sections from various locations. We like this convenience and flexibility, however we would like to update the look of the site. We toyed with the idea of building the new website ourselves, however as the organisation has grown, so has our workload. Therefore, we decided that it is most expedient to have a non-employee work on it. ------REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SITE ------ The important features that we need are: (1) CMS: The website be CMS-based so that it is easy to update (2) Integrated with our social media channels (Facebook, Blog, Twitter & YouTube profiles) (3) Sign-up for Newsletter: Option to do so directly on the website (4) Donate Feature (5) Photo Gallery (6) Search feature (7) Infographics representing data and our programme findings
Estimated hours required per week: 5 hours per week
The estimated duration of the project is: 1-3 months
This position is Virtual
Desired Skills and Experience
OUR EXPECTATIONS: We expect that anyone who would like to work on this project:
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