Volunteering and Projects
Carnicom Institute’s interest in volunteers is currently focused on individuals with professional skill sets.
The volunteers for Carnicom Institute shall::
- serve the Mission and the purpose of Carnicom Institute with dedication and commitment
- have tangible and practical professional skills and services that are in demand by the Institute
- be a self-starter, self-initiated, self-motivated, self-directed, good at project management and problem solving
- have a good track record of project delivery
- have the ability to translate high-level information into specific accomplishments
- be well educated and exhibit a continued desire to learn
- be polite and respectful, able to maintain professional courtesy under all circumstances
- have strong integrity and courage to uphold the ethics of their profession
- be punctual and have respect for the time of their colleagues
- be well-versed in the material that has been made available in CI’s Research Library
- be willing to make long-term commitments in the name of public service with no material compensation
- be assigned to specific project(s) as defined by Institute needs
- be subject to a probationary period confined to a particular project under staff oversight
- NOT join with primary motives being that of activism, protests, or personal agendas
- represent faithfully the mission, reputation, ideals, and values of the Institute in all public relations
Potential volunteers are invited to submit a personal statement describing in a narrative their willingness and desire to meet these criteria to serve Carnicom Institute. The application may optionally include a resume, a statement of professional skills or standing. The candidate may also list specific project areas of interest. Any submissions will be kept on file for future consideration.
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