<p>Might as well post more detailed view of ECs so please bear with me....</p>
<p>Youth for Digital Progress Foundation— International Non-Profit Organization. -----Founder and President of the Foundation, Chairman of the Board of Directors.</p>
<p>Raises money (tax-deductible by the IRS) and receives donation from local businesses, school districts, and private individuals. We have sent over 350 computer systems including monitors, multi-media PCs, scanners, printers, keyboards and other computer components overseas to impoverished schools in countries such as Nigeria, Cambodia and Ecuador. Furthermore, funds raised by Youth for Digital Progress Foundation have gone towards the building of infrastructure such as computer classrooms through liason organizations. My non-profit organization works in cooperation with partners such as the Owerri Digital Village organization which provides instructors to the southeastern Nigerian schools in which I have sent the technology. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina in September of 2005, computers were also donated from my Foundation to the Red Cross for video-conferences between family members and loved ones that were displaced in the Gulf region. </p>
<p><em>Founded in January 2005, became IRS tax-exempt Non-Profit Organization in 2006.
*</em>Around 5-10 hrs per week since Jan. 2005, upwards of 10-15 hours a week during Summer and Spring Breaks.</p>
<p>National Association of Young Libertarians (527 group)
Founder and President of a Political Organization (527 group)- Student advocacy group that focuses on having Libertarian-minded students to become committed to getting involved in the political process and is dedicated to electing Libertarian-minded candidates to office. We seek to increase membership, build scholarly networks in schools nationwide, and create a sense of academic fellowship among those in agreement with NAYL goals. As President of the NAYL, I have established the group’s platform on dozens of issues and have officially endorsed over 60 candidates for office at nearly all levels of government for the 2006 November elections. My duties also include sending out a newsletter to over 400 members via e-mail to the association’s members as well as political candidates and party organizations. </p>
<p><em>Founded in October, 2004, filed with the IRS in order to receive funds as a 527 group in 2006.
*</em>15 hours per week during election seasons, 5-10 hours per week on off-election seasons</p>
<p>The Journal of Young Libertarians—Editor-in-Chief of the National Association of Young Libertarians journal publication. The Journal of Young Libertarians is published with editorials, news and other articles such as studies and reports that have been written by the President (myself) and other members. The Young Libertarian Dispatch is published monthly in digital and traditional paper form. </p>
<p><em>Started in 2005
*</em>3-4 hours per week including writing, editing, researching and publishing.
Law Forms Center- Intern and volunteer for paralegal corporation. First position was office aide to the manager. Underwent company training in legal forms and became volunteer in helping lower-income clients. I provided free services and legal aide to clients that were unable to afford professional consultation within the company. My services included aiding with the legal process of immigration and citizenship by providing and aiding in the completion of necessary legal forms and filing the documents with the necessary Courts and government branches. After 8 months of service, I became Vice President of Immigration Department at the company in 2005.</p>
<p>Began as intern in 2004, became Vice President in May 2005. </p>
American Professional Consultants, LLC
Used my work experience and expertise from Law Forms Center to join American Professional Consultants, LLC. I was hired as an intern in the Legal Affairs department, where I worked for 4 months. I became an Immigration Consultant which is a similar position to the one I held in Law Forms Center. As an Immigration Consultant, I help newly arrived immigrants that are in need in legal assistance. I have aided numerous immigrants attain work permits,VISAs, and bringing their families to America. Vast majority of immigrants that I aid tend to be lower-income and from 3rd countries that are unfamiliar with American law and society. </p>
<p>28 hours per week during school year, 35 hours per week during summer</p>