The Events Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all event logistics including researching, designing, planning, coordinating, attending, and evaluating events. This includes AHS produced fundraising events, third party fundraising events, and a variety of other events including, but not limited to community, donor recognition, and volunteer appreciation events. The Events Coordinator reports to the Director of Development and represents AHS through working with a variety of donors, vendors, volunteers, staff and other constituents at all events.Read more
The Program Services YMCA Branch in Austin, TX is seeking a Bilingual Administrative Specialist II - Data and Curriculum Specialist to join our team. We are looking for applicants who are available Monday through Friday between 7:00am-6:30pm.
We are looking for a Youth Development professional who is interested in making a positive impact on the Austin community and families.Read more
Movability is Central Texas’ only Transportation Management Association solely dedicated to helping commuters do more with their time by finding mobility options that work for them. We are a non-profit entity working with for-profit companies. We work hand-in-hand with employers and service providers, promoting mobility and commuting options and improving economic vitality by delivering customized professional transportation services, networking and leadership opportunities.Read more
Department: Finance & Operations
Reports to: Chief Financial & Operations Officer and Finance & Operations Manager
FLSA status: Part-time, paid, hourly, non-exempt position
Estimated Dates: September 1, 2018 – December 7, 2018. We are open to accommodate the intern’s academic needs.
The F&O Intern is a committed, well organized leader. This person will wear a variety of hats and provide basic support in a variety of financial and operational tasks.
Although the CFOO and F&O Manager supervise the F&O Intern, they will work closely with and provide excellent customer service to other Mission Capital staff across departments and, at times, with the public as well.
This is a part-time position. You are expected to work for 10 to 15 hours per week, but we are flexible with your schedule.
The Food & Leadership Fellowship is a paid leadership development opportunity for young people ages 17 to 23 on the Urban Roots farm. Fellows build leadership and professional skills while growing thousands of pounds of fresh produce for the community. There will be TWO sessions of the FLF this year, one in fall and one in spring. The fall 2018 session will start in early October and last through mid December, and fellows will earn a stipend equivalent to $10 per hour. The application deadline is September 18, 2018. Click here to apply!
Become an AmeriCorps member and make a difference in your community! Tutor and mentor at-risk elementary and middle school students in Central Texas schools. The Communities In Schools of Central Texas AmeriCorps program is now recruiting full-time members for our 2018 - 2019 program year. Communities In Schools is a non-profit social work agency that works in Central Texas area public schools. CIS of CT AmeriCorps places members on elementary and middle school campuses in Travis County (Austin, Manor, and Del Valle), Hays County (including Buda, Kyle and Niederwald), and Caldwell County (Dale and Lockhart) where they serve as supportive mentors and tutors to at-risk students.Read more
Lead the effort to develop major gifts from individuals for the CATCH Promise initiative! CATCH Promise is our targeted initiative to bring CATCH school health programming at no cost to low-income communities around the country. CATCH has the most scientific evidence of effectiveness in improving child health and preventing obesity. Our core physical education and nutrition programs are used in 11,000 schools and communities throughout the US and reach 2.5 million kids ages 4-14 annually. catchinfo.org/promiseRead more