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About Do it Now Now
We are creating a world in which every person of Afro-Caribbean descent can gain the skills, tools and resources they need to build a business that improves lives and makes a profit.
We do this through a number of initiatives that seek to identify, engage and significantly support individuals as they seek to solve problems they have experienced in their own communities. Our belief is that by supporting underserved individuals we are championing the needs of underserved communities, bring more equity to the systems that exist.
Geographically we are present in 7 African countries and in the UK. In Africa, we support individuals through entrepreneurship training programs that focus on their adoption of technology and creativity. Through our on the ground programs and virtual mentorship scheme, we are building up our ability to support African entrepreneurs at scale through an easily accessible platform. In the UK we support entrepreneurs through a mixture of online and offline activities, giving black entrepreneurs access to experts, tools and resources they would find difficult to access elsewhere. Through our activities, we are repurposing existing government, charity and corporation resources for the benefit of underserved communities in the UK and in Africa.
Do it Now Now in 2020
We are seeking to ramp up the scalability of our activities. In 2019 we tested a number of methods and have settled on a few that we are going to focus on in 2020.
- Black and Good: Online training community for Afro-Caribbean UK entrepreneurs through which we provide a series of online events and activities to support entrepreneurial development
- Moon Landing: Outreach to black women in underserved communities to help them ideate and build community-focused social enterprises
- AfriTech XYZ: Virtual UK-Africa mentorship platform aiming to support ease of knowledge transfer between tech and non-tech professionals in the UK and startups teams across Africa.
- Common Call: Setting up a social investment fund for African entrepreneurs and UK based social enterprises run by members of our community
Proposed Role: Digital Assistant
We’re looking for someone who
...is passionate about our core values and wishes to pursue work in this space.
...has a desire to understand social media strategy and social media growth.
...has an analytical mind.
…can create graphics on Canva
…is familiar with databases like unsplash
...has an understanding of Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook for business/brand identity.
...wants to learn how to strategise and create powerful content for social media.
8 hours a week
Current university student or recent graduate
3x Instagram posts
3x FB posts
3x Linkedin posts
Growth across all platforms [liking, RTing, commenting on relevant posts]
Round-up report on our interactions on social media
You will be working closely with Ana Bradley, Executive Director of Sentient Media and content strategy specialist. In this role, you will get the chance to learn how to create effective content, how to speak to different audiences and the value of strategy and analytics.
To apply for the role, please register your interest by emailing email@example.com. You will receive an email stating the next steps after that.
Deadline: applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.