Are you a young adult who is passionate about advocacy? Would you like to work at a non-profit whose mission is making social change? Is connecting your work to social justice central to your faith? If so, consider spending a year as a Social Justice Intern through the United Church of Christ!
The Young Adult Service Communities program engages young adults (21-30) in a multi-faceted service year designed to combine faithful service and social action. Participants have the opportunity to grow personally through living in community; to grow professionally through serving in a local non-profit focused on advocacy; and to grow spiritually through serving a UCC Congregation (being part of the United Church of Christ is not a requirement to serve in the program).
Learn more about the Seattle YASC here. For more information, contact Lauren Cannon, YASC Program Director & Associate Pastor at Keystone UCC, email@example.com or 206.632.6021; or Mary Schaller Blaufuss, Executive for Volunteer Ministries, National Office of the United Church of Christ,firstname.lastname@example.org, 216.736.3214 or 1.866.822.8224, ext. 3214.
The application consists of three parts, which must be completed before interviews begin. Part 1 is a simple online application. Applications will be reviewed and interviews scheduled in the order received. Priority will be given to applications submitted by Wednesday, May 15, 2013.