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Compass: Join Pro Bono Consulting Projects

Share your expertise as a volunteer and serve the non-profit community.


 

COMPASS INVITES THE PRINCETON CLUB OF WASHINGTON

TO JOIN PRO BONO CONSULTING PROJECTS

 

 
"Serving on a Compass project team is a rewarding opportunity to help organizations that are making a difference for some of the most vulnerable members of our community. I'm always impressed by thte passion and commitment of the groups that work with Compass and that motivates me to contribute as much as I can to every project."
 
Use your business skills and experience to lead a pro bono consulting project and make a valuable contribution to one of Washington's most dynamic and deserving nonprofits.
 
You’ll learn how you can use your business skills and experience to lead or be a team member on a pro bono consulting project, and make a valuable contribution to one of Washington’s most dynamic and deserving nonprofits.
 
 

2021-22 Compass Clients

Arlington Thrive | Center for Alexandria's Children | Community Advocates for Family & Youth

DC School of Law Foundation | Encore Stage & Studio | Equal Rights Center | Kid Power

Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School | Latin American Youth Center

Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area (LSSNCA) | National Building Museum

National Theatre Foundation | New Endeavors By Women | NOVA ScriptsCentral

PEN/Faulkner Foundation | Rebuilding Together Montgomery County | Samaritan Inns

SCAN of Northern Virginia | Special Olympics District of Columbia | Tzedek DC

US Capitol Historical Society | Washington Performing Arts
 
 
Descriptions of each project can be found here
 
 
VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS: Join us to learn how Compass delivers value to local nonprofits using teams of local business professional. We will review how the Compass program works, how volunteers are selected and matched to projects, and what you can expect from the experience. Click to RSVP: September 1 at 1:00 PM, and /or September 9 at 6:00 PM.
 
Watch the recording of the Compass information session for PCW.  
 
COMMITMENT: Project leaders on average spend three to five hours per week on their Compass project from late September through May. Team members typicallyl spend two to three hours per week from late October through May. 
 
APPLICATION & DEADLINES: Access the application here.
Project Leader Deadline: Friday, September 14
Team Member Deadline: Monday, October 4 
 
QUESTIONS? Please contact Tonya Miles '82 P14


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