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YOUTH PEACE & CULTURE
The Youth Peace and Cultural Education Program aims to promote global education and conflict resolution among the youth through exchanges between US and African youth. The year- long conflict resolution orientation and cultural immersion program culminates in a 4 week summer trip to a select African country by 10-15 students with 2 teachers as guides.
PEACE & CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Explore Peace and Conflict Resolution in Africa : A Cross-cultural experience and networking in Peacebuilding, Peacemaking, Peacekeeping and conflict resolution programs and activities at both the grassroots/indigenous and national levels in select African countries.
The Peace Education Program was launched in 2009, to promote nonviolent conflict resolution among the youth and in schools through peace clubs, with some lessons from US peer mediation programs. Currently the peace clubs have been created in 30 secondary schools in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region, in partnerships with 2 schools in US.
Call for Application: Administrative Coordinator (Intermittent)
June 28, 2021
To: Whom It May Concern
The Afripeace & Development Foundation (Afripeace) in Sacramento is a nonprofit, tax exempt organization dedicated to the promotion of US-Africa relations through cross-cultural and peace education programs as well as related people-people exchanges, primarily in the Sacramento area and some program collaborations in Africa: www.afripeace.org. This is a small size organization, with approximately 2 programs a year, including the youth peace cultural education trips to Africa, plus 3-4 board meetings, annually. The position is expected to be filled quickly, at the earliest opportunity or qualified applicant.
Working Title: Administrative Coordinator
Pay (Hourly): $17 - $20
Time base: Intermittent/Hourly
Positions: One (1)
Job Location: Sacramento
Final Filing Date: Until filled; priority application review after July 15, 2021
Apply by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Manager/Coordinator will perform critical administrative duties and needs for the Afripeace and its Board of Directors (BOD) as well as coordinate several administrative activities and programs. S/he will report directly to the Chair/President of the BOD, or as may be designated. This is an intermittent position, as casual employment, non contractor appointment, and renewable after initial appointment with satisfactory performance. The meetings, events and programs are currently online, due to COVID-19 pandemic and public health directives and restrictions, but subject to change based on federal and state guidelines. Under the direction of the Chair of BOD or as may be designated, the incumbent is expected to provide various administrative and coordination tasks.
Duties and Responsibilities
Include but not limited to the following:
Qualifications and skills requirement
Certificate or Diploma in Business Administration (preferred). Or at least 2 -year College education or Associate degree, plus some years of professional experience in office administration or organization/business management. Experience of/in the Africa/n community and the youth programming is preferred. Computer literacy skills, proficiency in MS Office (good knowledge in Excel/PowerPoint is a plus), and a working knowledge of word applicable processing docs and zoom/webinar platforms. Organizational and time management skills, resourcefulness, and strategic planning skills.
Stipend: $17-20/hr., up to 100 hours/year, subject to applicable withholdings/ reporting as Independent Contractor. No other benefit or compensation is provided or budgeted for this position.
July-December 30, 2021, renewable with satisfactory performance.
Submit your written application and resume or CV, with 2 references to: email@example.com.
Position will remain open until filled!
Stories from participants
This past week at Sac State has prepared me to be unprepared for our trip. During the past few days, Pam and Predko have showed us how important trust and communication will be during the upcoming month. They have also showed us the inevitability of conflict and discomfort. Attending these seminars helped me to not only accept this, but they have also prepared me to handle any given situation in the most mature way possible.