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SSA Seeks Student Programs Specialist
The Secular Student Alliance is seeking a Student Programs Specialist. This position focuses on developing and delivering services and resources to SSA’s individual student members, programs that normalize secular student identity (including Secular Safe Zone and Openly Secular), alumni support, and other programs that focus on secular students as individuals. Unlike most SSA campus organizing positions, this position does not involve working with affiliated campus groups, and instead focuses on support for individual students, including the role of Secular Safe Zone Coordinator.
This is a full-time position (40 hours/week) with some of those hours on nights and weekends. This position reports directly to the Director of Campus Organizing. While this position is based in our Columbus, Ohio offices, we may consider delayed relocation or other accommodations for exceptional candidates.
To apply for this position, please send the materials found on the bottom of this page to email@example.com by 11/9/2014. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
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Leadership Transition PlanningWinter break is upon academia and soon the New Year will follow and the next school term. It is important to plan ahead to elect or appoint new leaders for the group if necessary. Leadership transitioning, or having a plan in place for new leaders, is the number one thing you can do to keep your group alive - so read our resources on all things leadership to make sure you combat the #1 cause of group death.
Hug an Atheist
You want an easy and free way to show your group a film about atheism in the US? Need a quick event idea? Groups can borrow the film Hug an Atheist from SSA national for free, with screening rights! You can show the film in any of these three ways: as part of a meeting, a public event on campus or invite the community to a larger event. Details on how all this works can be found on our website!
Brag It Up!
Tell us about the awesome stuff your group has done!
Kate is pursuing her Masters in Social Work, and wants to be a therapist. When she was in high school she sat in on a college psychology class for fun, and has been reading and writing and studying it ever since.
Kate grew up believing in alternative medicine, but now spends her time making skeptical faces at it. She has worked for the Secular Student Alliance since June 2013, and was the president of her university's SSA affiliate group.
When she's not picking out couches for her future office, Kate likes bad puns, reading psychometrics research, and knitting.Learn More