Monday, May 20, 2019Texas 4000 for Cancer is looking for a dynamic individual, who wants to be part of a close-knit team fighting cancer, helping to cultivate college students as the next generation of leaders, and supporting ‘the longest annual charity bike ride in the world’. We’re looking for someone who personally connects with the fight against cancer just like our staff, board members, students, and donors who support the organization.read more
Monday, May 20, 2019Texas Homeless Network is looking for three (3) board members. This is a volunteer position with a fabulous organization which works to make sure that homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring.read more
Studies show that citizens under the age of 35 are less likely to attend local government meetings and contact elected officials than those over 35. How can our young professionals become more involved in local government and advocacy? Join us at Tacos and Tips to find out! Our speaker is Amy Stansbury, Co-founder of A Functional Democracy, an organization that is designed to get millennials involved in local government. Registration for the event comes with a "A Beginner's Guide To Local Government: Austin Edition" an activity book that teaches Austinites how our local government system works and empowers them to get involved.
Special guest Council Member Greg Casar will be in to speak to the group before the City Council meeting. Feel free to stay after the event to watch City Council or you can watch it online at http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live.
Join the Development Council and help manage fundraising and development efforts for YNPN Austin, including our annual Do Gooder Games! We meet on the first Monday of each month, and meetings are open to the public.
Skills you can learn with us:
- Event production
- Research and writing skills
- Interpersonal skills
- Grant writing
- Donor stewardship and cultivation
- Creative thinking and collaboration
- Working with corporate sponsors
- Gift solicitation