Applications due friday, february 17

Introducing the Kallion Communications Committee

Apply now to be an integral part of Kallion’s Communications team!

Important Information

Learn more below about Kallion’s Communications Committee, who we’re looking for, why you should apply, and how it works.

Questions?  Email our Communications Manager, Julia Hark (


The Communications Committee is a new opportunity for our Kallion Community to directly contribute to our marketing, communications, and development goals. Committee members will lead social media initiatives, plan marketing campaigns, respond to current events, and assist the Communications Manager with website and social media maintenance.

Committee members will establish strong relationships with at least one of our four (4) communities to ensure our communications and programming goals align. We strongly encourage our committee to incorporate their own unique leadership and humanities experiences! 


Joining Kallion’s Communications Committee will allow you to:

Develop expertise in website design, social media management, campaign design, and various marketing software

-Expand your professional networks

-Work remotely and on your own time

Committee members will receive: professional letters of recommendation, Kallion merchandise, personal invites to our Year-in-Review, and a one-time $50 discount for a Kallion event of your choice.

The Communications Committee is an unpaid, volunteer-based position.


Ideal candidates are already familiar with Kallion’s programming and mission, who are interested in gaining professional experience and expanding their network through a low-commitment volunteer opportunity. Committee members will work with each other and directly with the Communications Manager with the goal of building online engagement by sharing existing Kallion content. We are looking for 6 – 10 roles to fill.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and should have access to a computer with strong internet connection. We encourage folks of all social identities, ages, and professional/academic backgrounds to apply. 

Communications experience is preferred, but not required!

how it works

Committee members will work remotely for a maximum of 4 hours each month. The entire committee will meet about every 6 weeks, but are otherwise working independently. 

Those interested should fill out a brief application:

Applications open: January 28

Applications due: February 28

Applicants notified of their status and, if selected, asked to schedule a brief interview: March 3

Committee begins: April 1

Selected applicants will be given 6-month long appointments, with the option for renewal based on interest and performance. Committee members are required to attend one (1) Kallion event.

Available Positions

Read more about the specific roles available on the committee. Those interested will need to select position(s) of interest on the application.

Development & Marketing Campaign Planning

Design campaigns to help meet our marketing and development goals. Share stories of impact, research types of campaigns, and extend appreciation to supporters.

Social Media Ambassadors

Directly engage with followers on social media (i.e. LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram). Identify and begin conversations with individuals and organizations who align with our mission.

Social Media Planning

Assist in drafting monthly social media plans and designing paid advertisements. Monitor page analytics and post engagement using Constant Contact. 

Website Maintenance

Maintain the backend of the Kallion website on wordpress to ensure SEO, blogs, and pages are up-to-date.

Current Events

Keep up with current events and determine how Kallion should respond to relevant news. 

Donor Database Maintenance

Maintain our donor database on DonorPerfect by ensuring contact descriptions are accurate and creating reports.