Anyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of so many people around the world. Join us in helping to end extreme poverty!
We have several positions that could work remotely or in our Draper, UT office. Days and hours can be adjusted to fit the needs of our wonderful volunteers!
If you live in or near Draper, UT, you can volunteer at Mentors International Headquarters by assisting with a variety of administrative tasks. Office volunteers help keep our administrative costs down and help ensure that our resources can be dedicated to helping end extreme poverty.
Have a certain prowess for business and accounting? We are looking for interns to help support our Director of International Operations. This position will help analyze income statements, balance sheets and create excel reports. Assist in the day to day operations/ management of our affiliate organizations in such countries at Peru, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and the Philippines.
We are always looking for help in managing our social media accounts. This could be a great resume booster for someone looking into a Marketing career. This is also a position that could easy be worked from home.
We have a huge need for those with creative digital talents. We are looking for someone who can create infographics and short videos to display in our social media and website.
We are looking for champions to help us spread the word about Mentors International and the work we are doing.
We have a $10,000 monthly grant for advertising on google. Manage and optimize PPC. Will help train how to manage this.
Create management report in Jaspersoft using Mysql.
Help research and write a business plan to help Mentors International expand into a new country.
We need strong writers to help rewrite stories or marketing materials. We are also looking for those who are fluent in Spanish or Tagalog and feel comfortale transelating written text.
Survey shows that one in four Americans volunteered through an organization in 2012, demonstrating that volunteering remains an important activity for millions of Americans.
The volunteer rate of Generation Xers has trended upward over the past 11 years, increasing nearly 5.5 percentage points, and Generation X has the highest volunteer rate of any age group. Volunteering among teenagers (ages 16-19) has trended positively over the past six years up nearly 3 percentage points since 2007. Volunteers age 65 and over spent a median of 90 hours on volunteer activities in 2012, the highest among any age group.
A warm glow and sense of connection aren’t all you get from volunteering: It can improve your mental health and help you live longer too.