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Volunteer Tennessee is hiring a Communications and Outreach Manager. The Communications and Outreach Manager will advance the mission of Volunteer Tennessee through communications and volunteer outreach activities. The position works to strengthen and expand Volunteer Tennessee’s reach through communications and marketing; support communities through a volunteer management portal; and increase volunteerism through recognition.
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To apply, send cover letter and resume to Volunteer.Tennessee@tn.gov by February 27, 2023.
Volunteer Tennessee is currently seeking energetic and organized interns for the Spring and Summer 2023 semesters.
Interns will mostly support the planning and coordination of two large events: The Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards (GVSA) and the Tennessee Conference for Volunteerism and Service-Learning (TCVSL).
The GVSA is an initiative that seeks to recognize one outstanding youth and one outstanding adult volunteer from each of Tennessee's 95 counties. Interns would be involved in research, graphic and content creation, recordkeeping, and outreach to current stakeholders and potential partners.
TCVSL is a statewide conference that brings together leaders of change to encourage meaningful collaboration across different service sectors. Interns would be involved in planning conference events and working with speakers, the planning committee, volunteers and other event staff.
Depending on time of year, duties might include, but are not limited to:
- GVSA-Edit and update program material including honoree biographies and district information
- GVSA– Help ensure timely submission of documents and confirmation through outreach to County Coordinators via e-mail and telephone
- GVSA-Research potential partnerships to expand GVSA’s reach in order to update existing contact list and execute an outreach plan.
- GVSA-Assist and/or design program presentation and digital graphics for GVSA stakeholders
- TCVSL-Coordinate with various Conference Working Groups and promote youth involvement by assisting the Student Track Planning Committee
- TCVSL-Review workshop submissions, help with planning conference activities, speakers, and schedule
- Social media content planning and creation for TCVSL and GVSA
- Assist with post-GVSA and TCVSL tasks such as organizing the award mail-out and survey/data analysis
- Other Conference and GVSA tasks as neededInterns must have excellent communication and organization skills and a heart for service.
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