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Volunteer - IT Web Developer



Job Description
Are you interested in helping low-income youth get a college degree? Would you like to be part
of an organization that gives thousands of dollars each year to deserving students who aspire to
improve their lives and community?

Join Education First and be a leader in your local community. For 20 years, Education First has
been providing need-based college scholarships to underserved communities and has awarded
$700,000 to date. Visit educationfirst.org to learn more about our organization.

Volunteer Web Developer

Serve on the IT team to develop and implement creative ideas to both front- and back-end
websites and systems as well as assist in other IT initiatives to support the strategic goals of the
organization.

The following qualifications are preferred or required:

• Experience with WordPress customizations, development and management
• Experience writing PHP code and public-facing web applications (required)
• Ability to read and write SQL queries (required)
• Experience with version control software such as GIT

This position has a time commitment varying between 0-5 hours per week and averages
approximately 1-2 hours per week. This position is designed so it can be held by individuals with
other commitments. For more information on volunteering, please visit
http://www.educationfirst.org/become-a- volunteer.php.







About Education First
Founded in 1995 by a group of recent college graduates it is our belief that education is an "equalizer" and can help break generational poverty. As professionals, we come together to help low income youth get a college degree by providing scholarships. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and have chapters in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, Austin, and Boston.


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