Position Title: Volunteer
Number of Openings: 5
Position Location: Washington DC, or Home-Based
About ProCure Art
ProCure Art (PCA) is a Washington-D.C. based international humanitarian nonprofit dedicated to improving the physical and emotional wellbeing of people and communities affected by adversity using art therapy psychosocial support. PCA enables disadvantaged individuals and groups to access professional art therapy services in order to promote their dignity, creativity and confidence, and to empower them to transcend adversarial life experiences with perseverance and a positive outlook. Integrity, compassion, professionalism and cultural humility are core values of PCA.
Incorporated in Washington D.C. in November 2015 as an international nonprofit, PCA is awaiting its 501(c)3 tax-exempt status approval by the IRS. PCA is governed by a strong Executive Board and group of technical advisers, and is run by a small start-up team. The organization has a track record of international activities and has upcoming projects in the pipeline.
As a brand new nonprofit, ProCure Art is in need of volunteers to support its start up activities and programmatic efforts. A number of volunteer openings are available that might be most suitable for (but not limited to) the students in the art therapy, medicine or arts related academic programs. An option of a formal internship arrangement is possible, if required. The following are the priority areas where volunteers’ support is necessary:
PR and Social Media support.
Editing and Writing (website/social media/blog content).
Program Research (art therapy, trauma, refugees, other).
Project support (Art Therapy for adult cancer patients).
Resource mobilization (search of funding opportunities, grant solicitation and application, proposal writing, etc).
Graphic design, animation and digital art.
This is a volunteer/internship opportunity that does not offer remuneration. Recommendation letters can be issued, if necessary, upon request or service completion.
Length of service
Minimum 4 months/a semester.
Varies per duty. On average 10 hours/week.
A highly responsible individual with a genuine interest in/commitment to the mission of ProCure Art, and populations it serves.
At least undergraduate degree (completed, or in progress) in art therapy, arts, medicine, or other related discipline.
Experience working in humanitarian or international development nonprofits is desirable.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Pleasant manner, patience, problem-solving ability, dependability.
This job description summarizes the main duties of the position. It neither prescribes nor restricts the exact tasks that may be assigned to carry out these duties. This document should not be construed in any way to represent a contract of employment. Management reserves the right to review and revise this document at any time.
PCA is an affirmative action organization committed to providing equal professional opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age or disability with respect to its policies, programs, or activities.