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  • March 21, 2019 1:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Gorman Heritage Farm

    Duration: May 27, 2019 - August 9, 2019, All staff OFF the week of July 1-5.
    Hours: 40 hours per week; 8:00am – 4:00pm M-F.
    Compensation: $2,000 stipend

    Responsible to: Camp Coordinator, Education Coordinator & Director of Education

    Purpose: Serves as lead counselor for groups of campers age 3-13 during farm-based summer day camp, facilitating camp activities, safely managing groups of children in a farm setting, and demonstrating leadership to Junior Counselors and Counselors-in-Training.  Provides staff support for interactive Summer Farm Tours. Supports the GHF mission, promotes membership and acts as an advocate for GHF.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Guide a group of 6—11 campers safely around the farm, knowing the location of all of your campers during camp hours
    • Lead small and large group activities, supervising campers’ participation in activities, and being an active part of all activities (i.e. animal interactions, lunchtime games, egg collecting, produce harvesting)
    • Interact appropriately with and model professional behavior for campers and staff in a variety of situations using positive behavior-management techniques, including: enthusiasm, a positive attitude, patience, sensitivity, a sense of humor, and self-control
    • Supervise, guide and mentor Junior Counselors (16-18 years old) and Counselors-in-Training (13-15 years old) within your camp group
    • Work with other camp staff to complete morning set-up and afternoon clean-up of camp areas
    • Attend all required, scheduled training and workshop sessions and camp staff meetings
    • Plan and execute at least one themed camp, in collaboration with camp staff

    Environmental Education Experience:

    • Counselors will gain valuable experience in farm-based environmental education as a leader and planner of summer camps for children from a variety of backgrounds and ages (3—13 years).  Counselors will gain new skills while working in our gardens and with animals in our farmyard.
    • Counselors will receive training and then guide campers through activities focused on daily farm and garden chores, farm animal care, hands-on nature exploration, cooking and food preparation, and camp favorites like songs, games, and crafts.
    • Counselors will participate in workshops and projects with other counselors to gain a better understanding of life on a working farm, environmental education, and nature interpretation skills.
    • Counselors will gain experience working in a cooperative, supportive, and educational working environment.  They will also practice mentorship, leadership and management skills working with Junior Counselors (ages 16—18) and Counselors-in-Training (ages 13—15).  
    • Counselors will have the opportunity to work with our gardeners, farmers and volunteers to grow, harvest, and market produce using organic methods, as well as produce eggs and meat using family-scale methods.
    • Counselors receive one full week of paid training. Camp Training Week is May 27th through May 31st, 2019. This includes the Memorial Day holiday.

    Desired Qualifications and Experience:

    • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age (required)
    • Previous experience working with children or education, preferably in a day camp setting
    • Preferred applicants will have completed at least one year of college
    • An ability to plan programs, conduct activities, and accept feedback
    • An ability to work as a member of a team and also work independently, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, creativity, open-mindedness, and flexibility
    • Demonstrated interest or special skills in environmental education, agriculture, sustainability, gardening, animal care, cooking, arts and crafts.
    • Current certifications in standard first aid and community CPR are preferred

    To apply for Senior Camp Counselor, visit:

  • March 20, 2019 3:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Green Umbrella

    Green Umbrella is seeking a GIS intern to work approximately 15-20 hours per week on its Tri-State Trails initiative starting in April. The GIS Intern will work closely with the Tri-State Trails Director to assist with our Trail Monitoring Program and manage data for our 10-county Regional Trails Plan. This is a paid internship.

    About Tri-State Trails and Green Umbrella:

    Tri-State Trails is an alliance of trail advocates advancing a vision to connect and expand our region's trail network. Tri-State Trails activates cross-sector collaboration to expand access to walkable and bikeable communities to all people. We believe that trails enhance our region's communities, resulting in healthier people and stronger economies. Our mission is to connect people and places with a regional trails network that enhances vibrancy and equity in our community. Green Umbrella is a nonprofit alliance working to maximize the environmental sustainability of the Greater Cincinnati Region by driving collaborative efforts through member organizations and individuals. Green Umbrella facilitates collaboration among over 200 area non-profits, businesses, educational institutions, and governmental entities focused on the environmental aspects of sustainability. Our vision is to have our region recognized as one of the top 10 most sustainable metro areas in the U.S. by 2020.


    Green Umbrella is seeking a highly motivated, responsible, and enthusiastic undergraduate or graduate student with a passion for the outdoors as well as an interest in environmental sustainability. The position requires basic understanding of ArcGIS, a strong work ethic, data management skills, and attention to detail. Candidates should be comfortable working independently as well as with a supervisor. 

    About the Position:

    This internship with Green Umbrella provides a chance to learn more about both the nonprofit sector and environmental sustainability efforts within the Greater Cincinnati region, with a specific focus on active transportation, outdoor recreation, and trails. This is a paid internship with a stipend of $750per month. Interns will work on average of 15-20 hours per week. Schedule can generally be flexible. The intern will work out of the Green Umbrella office in Madisonville and frequently visit trails around our 10-county service area. There will be some evening and weekend hours required.


    • Deploy automated trail counters on trails around Greater Cincinnati

    • Collect and manage data from automated trail counters

    • Manage Regional Trails Plan data to ensure data integrity

    • Research community plans and historical data to incorporate in Regional Trails Plan

    • Collect and assemble data for trail access points, amenities, and other relevant data layers

    • Assist in maintaining Regional Trails Plan data in ArcGIS online

    General Responsibilities:

    • Data entry for contact databases and online calendar as needed

    • Represent Green Umbrella and Tri-State Trails at community events (e.g. staffing table or booth) as needed

    • Answer Green Umbrella office phones

    To apply:

    Please submit a cover letter and resume (with applicable experience) to, with “Tri-State Trails GIS Internship” in the email subject line.

    Deadline to apply is Friday, April 5, 2018. No phone calls please.

  • March 20, 2019 3:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Our Harvest Cooperative

    Position Description: Our Harvest Cooperative (OHC) seeks a hard-working individual to support its packing and distribution efforts and be an ambassador for Our Harvest, the face of Our Harvest with our customers.

    About Our Harvest Cooperative: Our Harvest Co-op is a union worker-owned cooperative that farms using organic practices and operates a food hub that provides aggregation, distribution, and technical assistance for local growers while serving as a centralized source of local produce for institutions, individuals, grocery stores, restaurants, and other retail and wholesale buyers. Our Harvest Cooperative is committed to creating family-sustaining jobs in Greater Cincinnati; producing sustainably-grown, local produce; and building a food hub to strengthen the local food system and increase access to healthy food.


    • Pack Weekly Harvest Box (WHB) shares
    • Pack weekly wholesale orders
    • Ensure quality of produce that goes into shares and orders
    • Pack weekly and monthly add-ons
    • Make WHB and wholesale deliveries
    • Follow daily delivery schedule and ensure on-time deliveries
    • Maintain positive customer relations and communicate customer feedback to appropriate staff
    • Build Our Harvest's partnership with our pickup location partners: answer questions, address their concerns or bring issues back to the cooperative for resolution, etc.
    • Assist with marketing of Weekly Harvest Box at pickup locations: keep stock of signup sheets, signage, etc.
    • Clean packing space and supplies according to weekly schedule
    • Clean truck according to weekly schedule
    • Transport packing supplies to and from OHC farm properties
    • Pick up produce from OHC farms and unload at warehouse facility
    • Assist with cooler organization and inventory management as needed
    • Participate in team meetings and share experience and wisdom

    Duration and Compensation: This is a full-time hourly paid position through December. Hours may be reduced to 30 hours during Jan-April. Our Harvest is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds. Paid time off accrues every 2 week pay-period, to just over 2 weeks during the first year. A $450 month health stipend begins during the second month of employment (which is approximately $2.60/hour) in addition to the hourly rate that is determined based on experience.

    Supervisor: Food Hub Coordinator


    • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
    • Ability to repeatedly lift 50 lbs
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Ability and willingness to drive a refrigerated truck (Sprinter van)
    • Valid driver’s license
    • A positive attitude

    To learn more about Our Harvest Cooperative, please visit our website.

    To apply, please submit a resumé to Kristen Barker, Our Harvest Board President at

  • March 20, 2019 2:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: MetroParks of Butler County

    Summary: Under supervision, performs a variety of general-purpose duties and manual labor tasks related to the upkeep and improvement of park grounds, buildings, facilities, and equipment.

    Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities – Essential Functions:

    • Maintenance duties may include, but are not limited to: litter pick up, landscape development and upkeep, cleaning and maintenance of park facilities and public areas, mowing and trimming around park grounds as needed, assisting with parking and crowd control for special events and programs.
    • Prepares and maintains park exterior and interior facilities for use by performing duties such as cleaning, painting and routine maintenance of reservable areas, recreational equipment, shelters, and park grounds adjacent to reservable spaces, common areas, storage rooms, kitchen areas and restrooms.
    • Uses and maintains wrenches, pruners, trimmers, brooms, mops, vacuum cleaners, blowers, brushes, rollers, shovels, rakes, hammers and other common hand tools.
    • Operates licensed and non-licensed motor vehicles, APVs, snow plows, tractors, mowers, brush hogs, loaders and other equipment.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Ability to work unsupervised, to organize and coordinate, to prioritize and self-initiate.
    • Ability to maintain confidentially on sensitive issues and non-public records.
    • Ability to meet and interact with the public in a professional, helpful and pleasant manner. Acts as a good-will ambassador for the MetroParks at all times. Maintains a professional, cooperative working relationship with other staff members.
    • Follows MetroParks policies in Employee Guide and other policies as applicable.
    • The ability to effectively, efficiently, and safely complete assigned tasks in a timely manner is all also required for this position.

    Required Education and Experience:

    • High school diploma or GED; minimum of 18 years of age at the time of employment. Previous grounds and building maintenance experience is preferred for this position.
    • Good character with no history of serious criminal activity (felony convictions) is required of all persons who are candidates for employment or employees currently working under the provisions of this position description.
    • A valid driver’s license with an acceptable motor vehicle record allowing insurability by the park district’s current vehicle insurance carrier under existing coverage provisions at the time of employment and thereafter. Candidates for employment may not have more than 4 total points (or equivalent penalty) issued by a recognized licensing authority for driving- related violations on their driving record at the time of employment.

    Work Environment & Schedule:

    This seasonal position requires availability for a flexible schedule, working up to 40 hours per week, for no more than 110 calendar days. Ability to work in all outside weather conditions; wet and/or humid conditions, extreme cold (below 32 F degrees) and extreme heat (above 90 F degrees). Some work assignments and tasks will require exposure to and work in inclement weather conditions.

    Physical Demands:

    General good health and ability to perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to sit, stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, talk or hear. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodation will be made for known physical limitations of qualified employees and applicants with disabilities.

    The position functions and responsibilities are illustrative only and do not represent all the duties or tasks to be assigned or performed by an employee with this position title.

    Alternates to the above qualifications may be acceptable as approved by the Executive Director.

    Learn more and apply here!

  • March 19, 2019 1:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Working in Neighborhoods

    Member Duties :

    The VISTA Member will help WIN expand our community-based financial education, home buyer training, and housing counseling to neighborhoods throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County. The VISTA will work with WIN staff, community partners and residents to plan a series of community-based financial education workshops that reflect the goals, priorities and needs of the people who live in the community (e.g., student loans, home improvement, planning for retirement, etc.). Working with WIN’s Financial Capability and Housing & Community Development Teams, the VISTA will develop outreach and communications tools that help WIN promote our services, programs and projects more effectively to a wider audience.

    Program Benefits :

    Health Coverage, Childcare assistance if eligible, Relocation Allowance, Living Allowance, Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend, Training

    Terms : 

    Permits working at another job during off hours, Permits attendance at school during off hours, Car recommended. 

    Service Areas : 

    Community and Economic Development

    Skills : 

    Computers/Technology, Writing/Editing, Counseling, Public Speaking, Recruitment, Communications, Education, General Skills. 

    Apply here!

  • March 19, 2019 1:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: OKI Regional Council of Governments

    OKI Regional Council of Governments is seeking a qualified professional to perform computer programming, database design, and data analysis for the agency’s regional travel demand forecasting model. The candidate will assist with the creation, maintenance, analysis, debugging and streamlining of OKI’s transportation model and associated programs.

    Qualifications: Master’s degree in urban planning, transportation engineering, computer science or related field. A combination of extensive experience and a Bachelor’s Degree may be substituted for the Master’s degree. Candidate should possess minimum of three to five years of experience with computer programming/ scripting and database design. Must be proficient in programming/ data analysis/ troubleshooting and extensive knowledge of languages (Visual Basic, Java, Python, R, JavaScript) and databases (Access, FoxPro, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL) and be capable of performing highly complex analysis. Experience with CT-RAMP activity based model and web development technologies are a plus.

    Starting salary range is $55k – $60k; commensurate with experience; excellent benefits.

    Qualified applicants should submit their resumes and salary requirements to Nicole Hartman, Human Resources Manager, by April 1, 2019.

    EOE – M/F

    Apply here!

  • March 19, 2019 1:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Gorman Heritage Farm Foundation


    The Volunteer Manager will manage the volunteer operations of Gorman Heritage Farm, responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining an exemplary volunteer program to provide a supplementary workforce through the use of corporate, religious, academic, community, and individual volunteers. This position's success should ultimately result in volunteers with a deeper engagement and commitment to GHF and our mission to educate about agriculture, nutrition, sustainability, and the environment.

    Job Responsibilities:
    • Recruit, orientate, train, and manage individual, corporate, school, and community service volunteers. Work with staff to identify group and individual activities and projects.
    • Work with Eagle Scout Candidates, Capstone Students, Americorps Volunteers and others on projects identified as important and necessary for the Farm.
    • Create intern opportunities to enable students to get college credit and/or Service Learning experience while providing volunteer services to the Farm and its programs.
    • Work with agencies that enable young people/adults with disabilities to learn marketable skills.
    • Write small grant applications as needed.
    • Manage database, track volunteer hours and report as requested.
    • Create and distribute monthly and as needed volunteer newsletters.
    • Represent the Farm at service/fairs at colleges and other local businesses in addition to community events like Earth Day.
    • Look for outside opportunities to market GHF in the community while offering different outlets and projects for our volunteers like planting and painting contests.
    • Organize volunteer recognition and appreciation events including a weekly potluck lunch, annual pancake breakfast, annual potluck dinner and local events when possible.
    • Ensure the volunteer experience is meaningful to the volunteer and productive for GHF.
    • Meet periodically with volunteers to ensure that they are appropriately matched and trained for daily/weekly/monthly GHFF responsibilities and events.  
    • Identify volunteers and develop for supervisory responsibilities.
    • Act as liaison between staff and volunteers, ensuring there is appropriate support and training for volunteers. Liaison to Harness Team.
    • Monitor, support and motivate volunteers and their work.
    • Handle the front desk tasks and answer phones when volunteers are not available.
    • Assist with planning and execution of GHF’s annual events.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    Education and Experience: 
    Degree in related field or relevant work/volunteer experience. Experience in managing a database. General knowledge of non-profit operation, agriculture, and/or education required.  This position requires

    a collaborative working style, strong written and oral communication skills, a willingness to learn the function of non-profit operations and sustainable farm/consumer practices. Candidates will possess a professional attitude, the ability to interact and enjoy people, to tolerate interruptions and changes in schedule.

    Equipment Operated:

    Personal computer, copier, phones and other equipment found in an office and teaching environment.

    Physical Demands:

    Climbing, bending, lifting, carrying up to 35 pounds, walking, sitting, reaching, finger dexterity, repetitive motion, talking, hearing, visual acuity. The work is performed both indoors and outdoors.

    Category: Full Time


    Non Exempt - hourly $13-$16/hour depending on experience

    Reports to: Executive Director

    To be considered for this position, email resume and cover letter to Tricia Watts:

  • March 13, 2019 2:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Cincinnati Nature Center

    The Public Programs Apprentice is a position designed to enhance an individual's interpretation skills and ultimately prepare the individual to for a program manager position. Cincinnati Nature Center recognizes a need in the industry for those who desire to take their programming skills to the next level. In this apprenticeship, the ideal candidate will not only create and deliver a wide range of public and family programming, but the candidate will be exposed to how to ensure the administrative pieces are also accomplished including, program promotion, media, and exhibits.

    Cincinnati Nature Center is an organization dedicated to continuous improvement. The Public Programs Apprentice will have a strong desire to continue their personal development. We strive to give our members and visitors fresh experiences with each visit.

    The ideal candidate will have experience with a broad array of interpretive methods and a solid foundation in teaching with strong group management in a non-formal setting. Current NAI Certified Interpretive Guides will be given first look, however, all applicants with a desire to grow their interpretation skills are welcome to apply.

    Each application must have a letter of intent accompanying it. The letter should explain why you desire this position including how your current background supports your decision to apply and what you intend to do after the apprenticeship. Please include examples of how you currently use your interpretive skills and how you would like to grow in the interpretive field.
    General Information
    • Position Title: Public Programs Apprentice
    • Supervisor: Public Programs Manager
    • Department: Visitor Experience/Public Programs
    • Classification: Salaried, Exempt
    • Category: Full-Time, Intern (Stipend)
    • Schedule: At least 30+ hours/week, however TBD
    • Revision: March 2019

    With direction from the Public Programs Manager, this twelve month apprenticeship provides an opportunity to candidate to strengthen their interpretive skills with practical, hands-on experiences. Areas of focus include program development and execution, project management, training, and direct visitor experiences. This position executes all activities with the highest standards for safety, customer service and in keeping with the Nature Center’s Mission, Values and Principles.

    Essential Job Responsibilities
    • Conceive, plan, staff, deliver, and evaluate programs for children, mixed-age audiences, and adults with a special focus on translating conservation into viable public programs.
    • Craft program descriptions for CNC program publications and website.
    MEDIA & EXHIBITS (25%):
    • Work with the public programs staff to design and create engaging personal and non-personal medial for visitors and groups including teaching aids, interpretive signage, and displays.
    • Develop and implement exhibit evaluation including formative and summative evaluation, tolerance testing of interpretive themes, and dwell time studies.
    • Training - Assist with development and presentation of trainings, including mentoring and coaching, for interns, staff, volunteers, and interns to assure the highest quality experience for visitors.
    • People Management – with support from the Public Programs Manager, develop supervisory skills by learning how to supervise, coach, and evaluate a team of staff, volunteers, and interns.
    Additional Job Responsibilities
    • SPECIAL EVENTS: Provides support for special community/fundraising events as needed. These events may fall after hours or on weekends.

    These job responsibilities represent only the essential and most significant duties of the position. This job description does not exclude other work assignments, directives and responsibilities not mentioned herein.

    Education and Competencies:
    • High School Diploma or GED required, four-year degree preferred
    • Experience with a broad array of interpretive methods preferred
    • A solid foundation in teaching and group management in a non-formal setting
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Must maintain confidentiality of sensitive and confidential information
    • High degree of flexibility and ability to adapt and improvise
    • A strong interest in gaining practical skills in non-formal education/interpretation
    • Ability to work weekends as needed (approximately 4-5 weekend days/month)
    • A tolerance for administrative work
    • Comfort with all aspects of the natural world (natural history knowledge is helpful but not essential)
    • Collaborative working style
    • Great customer service skills
    • A sense of humor, creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit
    • Must pass a background check
    Computer Skills:
    • Proficient in Word, Power Point, Excel and other related software
    • Significant comfort using a computer to communicate with staff and volunteers
    Work Environment:
    • Work must be performed on-site.
    • Work is performed indoors, in an office environment and outdoors in a nature preserve.
    • Local travel may be required. Some travel to regional conferences may be required. When a Nature Center vehicle is not available, the use of personal vehicle (reimbursed at IRS recommended rate) may be needed for Cincinnati Nature Center business.
    Physical Demands:
    • This position requires the following physical activities: pushing, pulling, climbing, bending, stooping, kneeling, twisting, reaching, sitting, standing, walking, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, repetitive motions, talking, hearing and visual acuity.

    To apply, click here!

  • March 13, 2019 2:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Donovan Energy


    This role is the ‘go to’ person for inside sales and sales support for Donovan Energy’s customers, vendors and partners. The Sales Support representative has a thorough understanding of all of Donovan Energy’s products, services, and modes of operation, and is comfortable speaking with lighting designers, electrical engineers, installers, distributors and customers. The Sales Support representative manages the pricing catalog, supports the sales staff, and handles customer and vendor requests and inquiries.

    REPORTS TO: VP of Sales


    • Administers, updates and maintains consistency of internal price book
    • Provides general support for VP of Sales and other sales staff
    • Approves customer orders for technical and pricing accuracy prior to entry
    • Handles inbound customer inquiries including specification support, product recommendations, BOMs, pricing, etc.
    • Generates and transmits purchase orders
    • Communicates regularly with vendors and partners
    • Follows up or redirects to VP of Sales on sales leads including emails, phone calls, and web inquiries
    • Fully utilizes and maintains project status via CRM database, sales pipeline, account profile, quotations, and day-to-day customer contact activities
    • Effectively communicates and adheres to company policy; pricing, promotions, etc.


    • Education: College degree or 2-3 years of equivalent experience in business administration or retail management.
    • Experience: No work experience strictly necessary, but 2-3 years of “inside sales” experience is a plus. Experience in the lighting or electrical industries is also a plus.


    • Excellent English verbal and written communication skills
    • Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to drive resolution
    • Data management skills, either through work experience managing data, or a demonstrated understanding of how data flows throughout a system, such as inventory or retail management experience
    • Knowledge in use of cloud collaboration tools (i.e. Gmail, Google Drive, etc.) and the Microsoft Office suite, especially intermediate to advanced command of Microsoft Excel
    • Ability to read and interpret plans and specifications is a plus
    • Experience with financial reporting is a plus
    • Experience working with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software is a plus


    • High level of self-confidence, motivation, maturity, and integrity
    • Capable of finding answers to questions
    • Driven to support customers, vendors, and partners
    • Sense of humor
    • Excited about Donovan Energy and the potential to transform our economy to run on clean, efficient energy


  • March 13, 2019 2:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Imago

    About the Internship
    The Summer Nature Camp intern is an integral part of the education team, and works with education staff to organize and develop curriculum and to design and present summer camps. The nature camps are designed to be hands-on, exploration-filled days at Imago’s urban nature preserve. Each camp is a week-long, day camp (no overnights). This is a great opportunity if you like working outdoors, or working with youth. For more information about Imago’s Summer Camps, click here

    Schedule and Location
    The internship is approximately 9 weeks (can be a little more or less depending on the intern’s availability). Primarily in June and July. 30-35 hours a week, primarily from 8:30 - 3:30, with some limited flexibility. The intern will be based at Imago’s urban nature preserve and education building.

    1. No previous experience is necessary, but the intern should be self-motivated with
    an interest in learning about sustainable gardening practices as well as
    environmental education.
    2. Be comfortable teaching and leading children
    3. Be comfortable working outdoors in hot, buggy, cold, muddy, and rainy conditions
    4. Be willing to undergo a Criminal Background Check.

    We can assist interns to find inexpensive or free housing in Cincinnati to the best of our ability.

    $150/week stipend

    To Apply or for Questions
    Contact Chris Clements, Executive Director at

    About Imago Internships

    Imago is a long-standing environmental education organization with an ambitious vision and an exciting mission. Because of our small staff, interns have a real opportunity to have a direct and lasting impact not only on our organization but on the communities that we serve. Not only will your work support Imago, it will provide you with useful skills, contacts and experiences that will serve you in future careers and endeavors.

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