Friday, September 23, 2005
September 23, 2005
www.orthodoxjobs.com to be Used for Hurricane Katrina Efforts
The Orthodox Information Technologies Commission of SCOBA has announced that it will use its Orthodox Jobs (www.orthodoxjobs.com) web site as a central clearinghouse for the free posting of jobs and volunteer efforts related to Hurricane Katrina.
“We are proud to offer this service to the Orthodox Church,” said Mr. Jamil Samara of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Department of Internet Ministries. “It is our hope and prayer that through OrthodoxJobs.com, the Commission will not only be able to help publicize the numerous relief efforts that have begun across the country, but also provide a centralized place where Orthodox Christians can go and find out how to get involved in those efforts.”
Parishes or organizations wishing to post information about volunteer or paid opportunities for their disaster relief efforts may submit a free job posting at: http://www.orthodoxjobs.com/relief.
Individuals wishing to see what opportunities are available may visit http://www.orthodoxjobs.com.
OrthodoxJobs.com is a collaborative effort of the Information Technologies Commission of SCOBA, the Office of Vocation and Ministry at Hellenic College, Orthodox Christian Fellowship, and St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary. The goal of OrthodoxJobs.com is to assist individuals who are seeking employment in an Orthodox environment learn about the various opportunities available for serving the Church in either a full-time, part-time or volunteer capacity.
Contact: Jamil Samara
Tel: (617) 850-1350
Fax: (617) 850-1490