Rogue Pack

Primary Focus:

Advocacy / Social Change

Rogue Pack’s mission is to create a community where youth transcend social barriers by taking ownership of their stories through theater arts. We facilitate writing / storytelling / performance workshops for Portland area underserved youth. Local theatre professionals guide them in devising a script which they perform in the Portland community. RP’s basic model is to invite guest artists to mentor our youth by teaching them new skills. They act as role models and teach what the youth are most interested in learning. We bring in local artists to work on circus techniques, comedy, hip hop dance, composing, singing among other performance skills.

Positions Available:

  • Accounting / Auditing
  • Administrative / Office Management
  • Child / Youth Development
  • Communications / Social Media
  • Design / Creative / Artist
  • Engineer / Technician
  • Events / Projects / Programs
  • Financial Rep / Advisor / Agent
  • IT / Data Management
  • Management / Leadership
  • Planning / Policy
  • Programming / Web Development
  • Sales / Fundraising
  • Teaching / Educator / Tutor
  • Volunteer Coordinator / Organizer
  • Workforce Development
  • Writing / Editing

Interns for: Marketing/advertising, fundraising, office work/admin., volunteer coordinator

Development Director Intern:

*Be available for a two hour business meeting each week as scheduled
• Develop project plans and associated communications documents developing and communicating future needs regarding fundraising, marketing, publicity and technology
• Oversee completion of goals and objectives of administrative timeline for QuickBooks, budgets and grants
• Draft and submit budget proposals, and recommend subsequent budget changes
where necessary.
• Plan and schedule project timelines and milestones using appropriate tools e.g. Microsoft Project
• Improve and maintain design of web site
• Develop progress reports on financial position.
• Determine the frequency and content of status reports, analyze results, and troubleshoot problem areas.
• Track project success by measuring impact on participants using appropriate tools to collect data; create a recommendations report in order to identify successful and unsuccessful project elements.
• Effectively communicate project expectations to team members in a timely and clear fashion through email, etc.

Position Location:


Connect With Us:


901 SE Spokane
Portland, Oregon 97202

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