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, or 206.632.6021; or Mary Schaller Blaufuss, Executive for Volunteer Ministries, National Office of the United Church of Christ,, 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.