WSCF is looking for a Fundraiser!

 

The World Student Christian Federation is seeking a Fundraiser to join the global staff team. We are looking for a someone who shares our vision to provide support to committed young students around the world to carry out humanitarian, justice and advocacy work in their community, with the view of nourishing and cultivating their leadership skills and qualities as leaders. The Fundraiser will be a key part to enabling our future work across the world through communication and relationship with our potential, existing, and previous supporters. The position is for an initial 1 year, with potential extension and located in the staffs home country or residence and travels to IRO office location when needed. Specifically, the Fundraiser is to assist the General Secretary to co-ordinate, manage, support, organise and expand the WSCF fundraising activities globally. He/she is to deliver fundraising activities in three areas through:

a) The active re-launch of the Give One Be One Appeal to members of the National Movements of the World Student Christian Federation;

b) The active launch of a similar appeal directed specifically and appropriately to the Senior Friends of the World Student Christian Federation and its National Movements; and

c) The active launch of an appeal to the Churches of the World and Ecumenical Agencies for the continuation of their existing and/or the renewal of their previous support.

Please send requests for further information, expressions of interest/ nomination, and applications stating how your skills and experience address the position description to WSCF Honorary Treasurer Bronwyn Claire via [email protected]

Applications close 20 March 2017, and interviews will be conducted between 20 and 24 March 2017.

 

We Need Volunteers!

 

Whether it is important to you to solve a community problem, advance a worthy cause or to develop as a person, volunteering offers many benefits in appreciation for the gift of your time and expertise.

Volunteering can help you:

* Make important networking contacts
* Learn and develop skills
* Teach your skills to others
* Enhance your résumé
* Gain work experience
* Build self-esteem and self-confidence
* Meet new people
* Feel valued
* Express gratitude for help you may have received in the past from an volunteer
* Communicate to others that you are ambitious, enthusiastic and care about the community
* Make a difference in someone’s life
* Be an example to inspire others

 

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