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Payton's Promise Child Abuse Prevention Center Job Fair
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: June 14, 2014
Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Payton's Promise Child Abuse Prevention Center
525 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Eboni Bryson
Phone: 704-838-6288
Email: eboni.bryson@paytonspromise.org

Payton's Promise, CAPC is a non-profit located in Uptown Charlotte dedicated to spreading awareness and prevention of bullying (including cyber). We are hosting a job fair on June 14th for high school graduates and college students to learn about our hourly employee opportunities. The information session and interviews will take place between 9AM and 4PM on June 14th at 525 N. Tryon Street (Suite 1600), Charlotte, NC 28202. If you're interested, please email eboni.bryson@gmail.com with your First and Last Name, Email Address and Best contact number and we will send you an interview time. Please do not send resumes or cover letters.


The ideal candidate would be: At least a High School graduate and at most a College Sophomore. Have reliable transportation (this is a transportation intensive position) Have great communication and organizational skills Be available to work 20 hours a week Currently or intending to study a youth related or non-profit studies major or field (not required, but preferred)




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