Posted 4 days ago

The marketing director is responsible for marketing KCWiT events both to attendees and potential speakers/panelists through identifying and understanding target markets and planning, developing, and implementing marketing strategies that align with the event’s goals. Responsibilities include: Export previous attendee information

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The Events Presentation Director is responsible for presenting and lining up speakers/panelists for TechTalks and Events. This is a speaking/presentation role. Responsibilities include: Coordinating with the Events Director for event details Line up speakers or panelists and be the point

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The marketing director is responsible for marketing the program both to attendees and potential mentors/volunteers through identifying and understanding target markets and planning, developing, and implementing marketing strategies that align with the programs goals. If you have a creative flair,

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Posted 1 month ago

The responsibilities of the Django Girls Co-Director include: Assist the program director in tasks Take notes at all meetings Update Django Girls website as needed Work with KCWiT data team to create intro & exit surveys Collect feedback at retrospective meeting

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Posted 1 month ago

The fundraising director is responsible for helping secure donations and  sponsorships for KCWiT. Responsibilities include: Responding to sponsorship requests Taking potential donors on program tours Managing KCWiT profiles on non-profit sites like Guidestar Ensuring sponsorship terms are followed and websites

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Posted 2 months ago

Mentor Director The mentor director is responsible for recruiting, communicating with, and managing adult and junior mentors for CoderDojoKC. Responsibilities include: Recruiting new mentors (including working with marketing team for campaign development) Sending monthly reminder emails to mentor mailing list

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CoderDojoKC is seeking a Mastery Director.  In this role, you will oversee and ensure our “ninjas” (children 7-17 years old) have mastered the requirements for our various skill awards in various programming languages, such as Scratch, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, etc.   The

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The program director is responsible for coordinating, managing, and running the CoderDojoKC program. This is a technical/speaking/public facing role. Responsibilities include: Running sessions Bringing session materials: instruction sheets/books, stickers, snacks Checking out and bringing laptops, hotspots, and other tech from

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The CoderDojoKC Curriculum Director is responsible for creating monthly projects and samples around themes. CoderDojoKC is a free program for kids 7-17 years old.  It’s goal is to teach computer programming languages such as Scratch, JavaScript, HTML/CSS, etc.  Responsibilities include:

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Posted 2 months ago

The program co-director is responsible for assisting in coordinating, managing, and running CoderDojoKC program. This is a more administrative role. CoderDojoKC is a free program for kids 7-17 years old to teach them computer progamming languages, such as Scratch, JavaScript,

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The marketing director is responsible for marketing the CoderDojoKC program both to attendees and potential mentors/volunteers by identifying and understanding target markets and planning, developing, and implementing marketing strategies that align with the program’s goals. CoderDojoKC is a free program

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The responsibilities of the Django Girls Marketing Director include: Oversee event promotion Schedule promotional posts for social media Secure news & print promotion/coverage of the event Coordinate social media posts about event sponsors Live social coverage during the event

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The responsibilities of the Django Girls Sponsorship Director include: Coordinate food ordering, drop-off, and payment Manage communications with the venue Manage communications with sponsors

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