1003 Creekview Dr., SATX 78219 • 800-830-2045 • www.YanawanaHerbolarios.org
Yanawana Herbolarios is a 501(c)3 organization (EIN 460969842) operating primarily in the San Antonio metro community, with a mission to share, preserve, and honor cultural knowledge of the land and make it universally accessible as a means to empower and revive the practice of holistic living, medical botanical usage, water and land stewardship, and coming together as a community in times of need. Yanawana Herbolarios is a woman-led and Indigenous-founded organization. Yanawana Herbolarios was established in January 2016 to meet unaddressed needs in the areas of healthcare and preparedness in the under-served communities of Bexar (and surrounding) Counties, with a special focus on BIPOC and LGBTQ communities. Our current programming includes: The People’s Clinic – accessible integrative healthcare clinics, Sowing la Futura – plant and ancestral skills education, Yanawana Medic Collective – a street medicine team supporting people’s movements and the houseless, and Project Home – sustainable transition campgrounds for the houseless community.
Non-Profit Administrator (2 placements available)
The Non-Profit Administration Intern will support the day to day operations of Yanawana Herbolarios. Reporting to the executive team, the intern will be responsible for a variety of administrative and other tasks providing support where needed, gaining a variety of skills and experience. The Non-Profit Administration Intern must be independently driven and team-oriented, with a desire to strategically work with Yanawana Herbolarios through our next phase of growth. The position does have some flexibility of hours, with the potential for partial remote time.
Some example responsibilities include:
· Provide executive level administrative support including calendar management, phone and email communications, mail processing, filing, and any additional tasks
· Manage supply and equipment, coordinating inventory, purchase, and repair as needed
· Manage donation processing, and maintain donation records and donor database
· Design, create, manage printing, and coordinate bulk mailing if required of fliers, brochures, marketing materials, and other printed content for the public, donors, and funders
· Schedule and coordinate board meetings, logistics, agendas, and other materials
· Maintain volunteer records, timekeeping log, and create volunteer time donation reports
· Provide administrative support for in-person events, meetings, trainings with appropriate printed materials, supplies, volunteers, and records
· Assist in the compilation of metrics for application and administration of foundation grants
· Manage day to day operational needs of headquarters such as greeting volunteers and guests, maintaining supply needs list, and ensuring that general cleanliness standards are maintained
To schedule a placement interview please contact:
Heidi Sobotik, COO & Clinical Director
- Have you been exposed to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19? See the CDC’s risk assessment guidance.
- Do you have symptoms consistent with COVID-19? Symptoms can include a cough or shortness of breath or at least two of the following: Fever, Chills, Repeated shaking with chills, Muscle pain, Headache, Sore throat, New loss of taste or smell. See the CDC’s symptom information.