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Educate for Life

Educate for Life

Educate for Life

NGO finding creative ways to blend education and development in neglected international communities

Volunteer

Location:
London, E8, United Kingdom

Posted:
11 Mar 2013

Deadline:
Opportunity has expired

Employer tags:
Industry:
Development
Health
Education
Esc Factor:
Adventurous Challenge
Exciting Brand
Exotic Location
Entrepreneurial Work
Social Impact
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Print media design genius

More-is-less philosopher making NGO communications captivating

London, E8, United Kingdom

Applicants are required to hold the relevant Visas/Work Permits

Job Type:
Freelance
Remote Working
Level:
Mid Level
Escape Factors:
Social Impact
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We're a small UK NGO making creative changes to the way that education is perceived and delivered in deprived areas of developing countries. We run a school in India, and want you to help us make sure the most amount of people can easily understand, and get excited about, what we do.

We'd like you to be a go-to person who's happy to sit on our books and lend a hand with making charity print media clean, concise, and engrossing. 

Upcoming needs include our Annual Report and enticing role profiles for people looking to work with us in India. In addition to these, we'd like you to look over and bring a common design language to our standing order forms, brochures and the like.

We're a small charity with a small amount to do. We're looking for someone that wants to take ownership of the project, and make our charity a little bit theirs too. 

In as much as your skill can help with our media, we're sure that your creative way of thinking can have an impact on how we run our organisation. And perhaps, just perhaps, you might like to come out to India to teach the kids about design, too.
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