Volunteer speed dating
We partner with board training programs across the city and invite nonprofits looking for board members and give Bridge grads the opportunity to talk, mingle, and potentially meet a match.Architects Without Borders-Seattle volunteers collaborate with underserved communities to design and implement ecologically sensitive, culturally appropriate, life-changing projects.
We are currently recruiting for new Board Members who share a passion and interest in our mission as well as a desire to be ambassadors for the organization year-round.Linebaugh Public Library is hosting a fun evening for book lovers on Thursday, September 8, at 7 p.m. Tables will be set up for participants to sit across from each other as questions are asked about different book types and what they like to read.As the bell rings, people will move, allowing everyone a chance to get new insights on book titles and topics.Join AWB and contribute your skills and passion to a wonderful cause, while broadening your global connections and perspective on the role of design in our lives.Preferable Skills • Prior experience on non-profit boards • Event planning • Background in legal, property development, construction, fundraising, or international development Duration: Minimum two year, renewable term If you are interested, please provide a brief cover letter replying specifically to the position’s responsibilities and preferable skills as well as a current resume to Seattle faces a critical choice.Music Center of the Northwest believes in the transformative power of music in the lives of people and our community.
With a commitment to access and an expectation of excellence, Music Center programs bring the opportunity for musical experience to people of all ages and abilities." Does this mission Statement stir something inside of you?
We provide more than $40,000 in financial aid and are proud to say that we have never turned a student away for financial reasons!
We are currently serving 6 Seattle Public Schools and partnering with 7 other community organizations.
AWB is a 501(c) founded in 2006 and is led by an engaged and working Board of Directors.
Board members come from a variety of allied disciplines and engage as a team to provide leadership and financial management oversight for the organization’s staff and volunteers.
Through our preschool, before & after school and summer programs, we serve a diverse group of children ages 3 to 12 — foundational years when our social, emotional and academic support help launch young lives on a trajectory of success.