United Way’s Volunteer Connection: NCCJ


Organization: National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ)

Online: www.nccjgreaterdayton.org

Seeking: Volunteer receptionist(s) help set the tone within the office by making a great and lasting impression; welcoming and assisting guests with information, questions, responding to telephone inquiries and facilitating other needs. The individual(s) will also work with team members to help coordinate materials for our workshops, programs, and meetings. This opportunity is excellent for individuals who are outgoing, enjoy interacting with new people and have a passion for social justice.

Qualifications: Ability to work with a diverse group of individuals, strong interpersonal skills, strong organinzational skills, energetic. Background check required.Flexible positions available Monday, Thursday or Friday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or 1-5 p.m.

For more information: Contact Mary Tyler, executive director, at 937-222-6225 or via e-mail at mtyler@nccjgreaterdayton.org.

For additional community service projects, please go online to www.VolunteerDayton.org or contact United Way’s Volunteer Connection at (937) 225-3039.



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