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SBV of the Week: Event Photographer

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The Volunteer Center works to connect volunteers, agencies, companies and organizations in the community. The opportunity featured has been pulled from our Volunteer Solutions website.

Each week the Volunteer Center will highlight an exciting skill-based volunteer (SBV) opportunity found on our Volunteer Solutions website. This week's SBV opportunity comes from Disability Advocates:

 

Photographer Needed!

Disability Advocates of Kent County is seeking a photographer with an interest in helping to promote the mission of the organization.  The volunteer in this position must be able to take photographs from a variety of angles.  It is preferred but not necessary that he or she own their own digital camera.

The volunteer also needs to have experience with taking photos, be capable of working independently once given tasks, and know how to save photos to computer. The photographer will be required to attend agency events at the office and/or outside of our office in the community and might need to attend events for the agency that could occur from 8:30 am to 8pm, Monday through Saturday. The volunteer must have their own means of transportation to planned events or photo sessions.

Volunteers will be required to understand, sign and uphold the meaning of a confidentiality form while volunteering at the agency and pass all pre-screening like police records, arrests, convictions, etc. The agency prefers a person who has an interest in Disability Advocates and its mission in supporting people with disabilities. The volunteer must be reliable, prompt, courteous, mature, responsible, friendly.

For more information, click on the opportunity posting here.

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