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[liberationtech] CS Job for Middle East/US Youth Leaders Summit

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Fri Jan 27 01:13:53 PST 2012


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sam King <samking at cs.stanford.edu>
Cc: Elliot Stoller <stoller at stanford.edu>
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2012 00:44:51 -0800
Subject: Fwd: CS Job for Middle East/US Youth Leaders Summit

AMENDS is doing some cool work with the Middle East, is run by nice
people, and can pay.

Check them out or email "Elliot Stoller" <stoller at stanford.edu>.

Sam King
Director | Code the Change - we have a Code Jam for social good coming up!
Teacher | CS1U: Practical Unix - videos and exercises are available free online!
facebook, linkedin, google+, verbose letters

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Elliot Stoller <stoller at stanford.edu>
Date: Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 9:56 PM
Subject: Middle East/US Youth Leaders Summit
To: Sam King <samking at stanford.edu>

JOB POSTING

Webmaster/Director of Technology

Job Description:

We are looking for a student to join the team as the Director of
Technology. This is an exciting position that is crucial for the
organization’s mission to disseminate our delegates’ unique projects
and experiences through our website. You will be responsible for
projects such as building an online platform similar to Ted Talks,
updating the website on a weekly basis with news and videos, and
creating a user-friendly online discussion forum. You need to be
creative and innovative in setting up the site to accommodate for the
videos that we will be producing during our first conference in April.
This is a paid position (salary to be negotiated).

Qualifications:

-  Any Stanford University student (undergraduate, graduate)

-  High level of proficiency with Website Design, Wordpress, and other
web applications

-  Interest in the Middle East is preferred, but not required

-  You are expected to work an average of 5-7 hours per week

WHO WE ARE

The American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford (AMENDS)
believes in the power of youth leaders to create positive social,
political, and economic change, the necessity of sharing their ideas
and experiences with the world, and the profound potential of
collaboration and understanding between the Middle East, North Africa,
and the United States. That is why we are bringing 40 exceptional
youth leaders from 20 different countries to a summit at Stanford
University in the Spring during which they will share ideas,
collaborate on initiatives, and present AMENDS Talks that will be
broadcasted to the world. We believe in a better future, and know that
youth leaders are the ones already creating it.

Please visit our website at amends.stanford.edu for more information.

HOW TO APPLY?

Please email Khaled Alshawi at kshawi at stanford.edu if you are
interested in learning more about this position.

--
Elliot Stoller
Co-Founder, Co-President | AMENDS
Stanford Class of 2013
B.A. Candidate | Political Science Research Honors Track
stoller at stanford.edu
708-269-6996



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