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Design a 20-page Workbook for Disability-Inclusion Training

Nathan Ebanks Foundation Limited

12 Feb 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
12 Feb 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
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We are seeking a graphic designer online volunteer who is experienced with publication design to create a 20-24 page workbook for an upcoming disability-inclusion training program that our organization is getting ready to mount. The online volunteer will be provided with the content and images to use in the design and will work closely with the founder and head of advocacy of the Nathan Ebanks Foundation. The event will take place in early May, so the deadline for submission of the print-ready design is April 20, 2020. After the collaboration, the on-line volunteer will receive a certificate of appreciation.
Art and design
Web and graphic design
When my son Nathan was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, he was only nine months old. The news was devastating to my family and I felt like my life was over. Feeling lost, out of my depth and alone, I struggled for years seeking answers. This search has led me to become one of the leading voices of advocacy for children with disabilities and their families in my country. Today, what began as a 'tragedy' has become a movement that is transforming my nation. This volunteer opportunity will support us in mounting the very first Leadership Insitute on Building Inclusive Schools and Communities. The Workbook is an essential tool for the training and will be distributed in print and digital (PDF) formats. Your contribution will help us to improve income generation and strengthen our voice of advocacy.
Volunteers: 1 needed
1-5 hours per week / 6 weeks
Excellent Graphic Design skills. Experience designing publications. To be able to work to a brief, solve problems creatively and adapt their style. Creativity and imagination. To enjoy creative work.
Jamaica
English

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