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give&score connects college graduate-volunteers and nonprofit organizations together, helping no...

Online Skilled Volunteering Opportunities – Help Nonprofits with Professional Projects

March 9th, 2016

Duration: Ongoing
First Day : Mar 9, 2016

give&score connects college graduate-volunteers and nonprofit organizations together, helping nonprofits further their impact and giving volunteers the opportunity to prove their professional competence to employers while simultaneously putting their talents to use toward causes that positively impact the world.

Our projects are a quick and meaningful way to prove your skills and competence to future employers, stand out from your peers, grow your resume and portfolio with real project outcomes, and work 1-on-1 with project managers to gain experience in your field. You’ll also be helping nonprofits with important work that they otherwise wouldn’t have the time or funding to complete. For information on current projects and how it works, please see

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give&score, a new organization that connects college student-volunteers with needy nonprofits, is seeking talented and motivated Juniors, Seniors, and Recent (4 yrs) Alumni who are interested in completing short term (10-50 hours), online projects for nonprofits.

Tags: animals, art, at-risk youth, disabilities, disaster relief, education, environment, health, hunger, international, mentoring, military, poverty, seniors, special needs, sustainability, technology, veterans, youth

Contact Person: Tamara Chacon

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Contact Phone Number: 3109222427

Organization: give&score



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