Webmaster, Sambhali U.S.
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Gender Equality
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Good Health and Well-being
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_No Poverty
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Quality Education
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Reduced Inequality
  • 02. Academic Level_Graduate student
  • 02. Academic Level_Not in school
  • 02. Academic Level_Undergrad student
  • 03. Academic Field_Education
  • 03. Academic Field_Gender and Sexuality
  • 03. Academic Field_Marketing & Communications
  • 03. Academic Field_Sociology
  • 04. Commitment Duration_1 school year to 1 calendar year
  • 04. Commitment Duration_1 semester to 1 school year
  • 05. Commitment / Week_less than 3 hours
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(b) Summer 2021
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(c) Fall 2021
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(d) Winter / Spring 2021-22
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(e) Spring 2022
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(f) At any time
  • 07. Country_-VIRTUAL (remote)
  • 07. Country_India
  • 07. Country_United States
  • 08. Continent_Asia (South)
  • 09. Language_English
  • Webmaster, Sambhali U.S.

    Sambhali US



    The webmaster for Sambhali U.S. will maintain and update our website, fixing website errors, and making sure designs and updates function properly. They will also add content and aggregate performance data.The mission of Sambhali U.S. is to support the courageous women and girls of Rajasthan, India who seek to raise their voices with dignity and self-confidence, build a road to economic independence, and ultimately determine their own destinies.Sambhali U.S. tells their stories, raises funds for programs run by India-based Sambhali Trust, and recruits volunteers to help.We fund programs focused on empowerment, education, vocational training, and gender-based violence.Sambhali U.S. is totally volunteer run and volunteers support our communications, finance, fundraising, and volunteer engagement efforts. In the future, there will also be opportunities to volunteer with Sambhali Trust in either the city of Jodhpur or a rural community in India.

    The Problem this Project Addresses:

    Rajasthan is a state in India known as one of the worst places to be born female. Women and girls often cannot make even the most fundamental decisions about their own lives. The enormous struggles that women and girls face begin even before birth. The ratio of 888 females to 1,000 males reflects ingrained gender-based bias and violence that manifests in sex-selective abortions and female infanticide. As girls grow up, they continue to face steep educational, cultural, physical and economic barriers to progress. Few finish secondary school and in rural areas a full two-thirds of women are illiterate. In addition to marrying young, most have no say in whom they marry or where they live.Once married, they often are isolated living with their in-laws, without access to support from friends and family. In a country where one in three women is subject to domestic violence, Rajasthani women frequently suffer physical, sexual, and/or psychological abuse.Most Rajasthani women do not work outside the home, and are financially dependent on their husbands.Sambhali Trust works with women who face discrimination based on caste, class, and gender.

    Region or Country Benefited:

    The state of Rajasthan in India and specifically the city of Jodhpur and the rural area around the village of Setrawa in the Thar Desert.

    Where Will the Student or Volunteer Work:

    The student or volunteer will work virtually for Sambhali U.S. In the future, there will be opportunities to volunteer for Sambhali Trust in Rajasthan, India.

    The Person or Team Heading this Project:

    Ginka Poole, Director and Chair of Communications Committee; Shereen Arent, President.Bios available at https://www.sambhalius.org/board-of-directors

    Academic Field or Expertise Sought:

    Skills required:-experience with Squarespace websites. -experience with CSS desired but not required. -ability to work with a team virtually.

    Academic Level or Experience Sought:

    Skills required:-experience with Squarespace websites. -experience with CSS desired but not required. -ability to work with a team virtually.

    Start Date for Student:

    ASAP in general and beginning of academic year for students.

    Commitment Duration:

    Academic year for students.

    Commitment Hours per Week:

    One to two hours.

    Compensation:

    No monetary compensation. We will provide support for academic or internship credit.

    How to Apply:

    Apply here:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSexF2yy7frh5O9ppGa--IBpqPy_RkCDPRp5n0sLp247mmdLAQ/viewform.Also please visit the volunteer section of our website here:https://www.sambhalius.org/volunteer.Send questions to info@sambhalius.org.



    Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you.

  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Gender Equality
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Good Health and Well-being
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_No Poverty
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Quality Education
  • 01. Sustainable Development Goals_Reduced Inequality
  • 02. Academic Level_Graduate student
  • 02. Academic Level_Not in school
  • 02. Academic Level_Undergrad student
  • 03. Academic Field_Education
  • 03. Academic Field_Gender and Sexuality
  • 03. Academic Field_Marketing & Communications
  • 03. Academic Field_Sociology
  • 04. Commitment Duration_1 school year to 1 calendar year
  • 04. Commitment Duration_1 semester to 1 school year
  • 05. Commitment / Week_less than 3 hours
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(b) Summer 2021
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(c) Fall 2021
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(d) Winter / Spring 2021-22
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(e) Spring 2022
  • 06. Start Date for Students_(f) At any time
  • 07. Country_-VIRTUAL (remote)
  • 07. Country_India
  • 07. Country_United States
  • 08. Continent_Asia (South)
  • 09. Language_English