Volunteer Opportunity to Work in Podcast on Collateral Repair Project

Volunteer Opportunity to Work in Podcast on Collateral Repair Project

Jordan 19 Feb 2030
Collateral Repair Project

Collateral Repair Project

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19 Feb 2030
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Collateral repair project announces its need for volunteers in the podcast scope of work. The project expects from its volunteers to work with it for a minimum of three months, and those who can commit for longer periods will be given priority. You will be expected to commit a minimum of 2 to 4 hours a week. Volunteers help them to run programs such as the after-school club or English classes. English teaching volunteers must be native English speakers while After-school club volunteers must speak Arabic at a native or near-native level preferably Jordanian dialect. Volunteers with specific skills in areas such as dance, art, and martial arts are encouraged to apply for After-School club positions.

Your Responsibilities in Podcast Scope of Work:

If you are accepted at this volunteer opportunity, You will:

  1. Attend podcast meetings that can happen outside of normal working hours, pitch ideas, take minutes, and help to plot episodes.
  2. Edit recordings with volunteer podcast producer.
  3. Release episodes on appropriate platforms.
  4. Help to design marketing around episodes and execute.
  5. Interview subjects and help with recording.
  6. Other duties as assigned to you.

About Collateral Repair Project (CRP):

Collateral Repair Project (CRP) was started in 2006 by two American women who saw a need for a direct connection between citizens of coalition countries and innocent Iraqis who suffered from the consequences of war. They set up a Collateral Repair Project in Amman, Jordan, where many refugees were relocating during the height of the second Gulf war in Iraq. Much of CRP’s early work was charity-related, but as the organization grew it ran numerous programs focusing on community-building, education, and trauma relief in addition to emergency aid. Activities have greatly expanded over the years. As a result of the war in Syria, CRP started serving Syrian refugees. CRP now serves Jordanians as well as other nationals fleeing violence in their home countries, such as Sudanese, Somali, and Yemeni refugees, as well as assisting Iraqis and Syrians. 

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