Share our volunteer opportunities… win a t-shirt!

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The introduction of social media has revolutionized the way the world communicates. In fact, it is thanks to technologies such as email, Skype, Facebook, and blogs,  that CURE can continue to exist and be successful.

These days, social media not only empowers global organizations, its also being utilized to help employers find qualified employees and to help qualified candidates find the perfect job. Because research has proven that social media is the new way to recruit, and because the CURE communication department is kind enough to let us write on the blog, the GO office has decided to give recruiting through social media a try! Here goes our first attempt….

We have some very critical needs for volunteers in the coming months, and we need your help to find the right people for the job. Here is a list of the types of people we are looking for right now.

  • Who: Orthopedic surgeon
    Location: Dominican Republic
    When: October 1-20th
  • Who: Physical therapist
    Location: Zambia
    When: 6 months to 1 year
  • Who: Spanish-speaking nurse
    Location: Honduras and Dominican Republic
    When: 6 months to 1 year
  • Who: Anesthesiologist
    Location: Uganda
    When: 2-4 weeks

For a complete list of short-term needs, visit our website at http://cure.org/help-now/go.

Now that you know what our needs are, the next step is to spread the word! Share this post on your blog, Facebook page, or Twitter, then encourage your friends to do the same!

Need some extra incentive? As a thank-you for spreading the word, CURE will choose one lucky person who shares this post on their social networking page or blog to receive a free T-shirt from the CURE store!  To qualify, leave a comment below telling us where you shared this post.

So get networking and let’s see just how successful social media can be.  Perhaps the person we are looking for is in your network!


Photo of the Rachel Gifford

About the Author:

Rachel is CURE International's Global Outreach (GO) Coordinator.

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