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Donor Spotlight

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Ways to Get Involved

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There are many ways to become part of the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio. Whether you become a volunteer or join our staff, you will be part of a team committed to the important role philanthropy can play in growing a stronger region for generations to come. Read more about the values at the center of our work on our Mission, Vision, Values page.

OPEN STAFF POSITIONS:

FAO is currently seeking candidates to lead, inspire, and support the development of new community endowment and grant programs within each of our community fund counties, including Gallia, Guernsey, Harrison, Monroe, Morgan, and Meigs. The positions will simultaneously support donors in establishing a large number of outright and legacy gifts, to create opportunities within these communities.

Interested candidates can find the detailed position description and directions for how to apply here. Interviews will begin on Friday, July 8.

OPEN INTERNSHIP POSITIONS:

FAO is currently seeking two interns for Fall 2016.

  • FAO’s Communications & Stewardship Intern will support the stewardship, communications, and program team in executing high-quality communications and donor stewardship activities during Fall 2016. The Communications & Stewardship Intern will play a vital role in ensuring the success of the Foundation in communicating with donors and other stakeholders, inspiring and supporting philanthropy throughout Appalachian Ohio. To read the position description and to apply, please click here. Interviews will begin on Friday, September 9, 2016.
  • FAO’s Scholarship Intern will support the scholarship program staff lead to execute tasks related to the 2017 scholarship program. In 2016, more than 250 scholarships were awarded to students throughout the 32 counties in Appalachian Ohio, totaling over $260,000 in post-secondary support. The Scholarship Intern will play a vital role in ensuring the success of the 2017 scholarship program and inspiring and supporting philanthropy throughout Appalachian Ohio.To read the position description and to apply, please click here. Interviews will begin on Friday, September 9, 2016.

OPEN VOLUNTEER POSITIONS: 

FAO is currently seeking Scholarship Advisor Committee Members to play a critical role in reviewing and recommending scholarship awards to the Board of Trustees annually. The Foundation relies on the passion and expertise of volunteers to ensure stewardship of our scholarship funds, while providing the opportunity for committee members to play a role in the post-secondary pursuits of our region’s youth.
View the position description here.

Please contact us at 740.753.1111 with questions.

Foundation for Appalachian Ohio
35 Public Square
P.O. Box 456
Nelsonville, Ohio 45764