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Re: [newtech-1] Best virtual assistant service for booking a college tour?

From: Maria
Sent on: Thursday, November 15, 2012 2:23 PM
Hey Peter,
I can help you with the below project. 
I manage a team tht does compilation and data validation. My have done projects for few folks who are active members of this distribution.

The rate for data entry, compilation, research, photoshop etc is $4/hr. 

Email me please and we can discuss more.


On Nov 15, 2012, at 11:56 AM, Peter Bell <[address removed]> wrote:

Hi All,

I need to arrange a college tour to present on a number of campuses. I need someone to take a list of colleges (and possibly add some), find contacts at career service, in computer clubs and with faculty. I need them to propose a talk to those contacts and handle the scheduling of the tour. So I need someone who can represent an organization well, has good communication skills and can "solve the problem" and basically just return an itinerary with a list of times, dates and contact details.

How would you go about finding someone to do such a project? I'm open to a task based site like fancy hands or task rabbit, a virtual assistant site like Zirtual or some other process, but I'm trying to find a quick but effective way to find someone, give them a spec and get the work done for a few thousand dollars.

Any suggestions on a low overhead way of doing something like this much appreciated (I don't really want to write a craigslist ad and interview 40 applications, although I guess that's the worst case option).

Also, if I do do the CraigsList route, does anyone have any idea of hourly rates for this kind of work?

Best Wishes,

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