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SSA Seeks Administrative Assistant
We are hiring a part-time Administrative Assistant to help perform basic administrative work. This position will be at our headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. The vast majority of hours will be between 9-5 M-F. While we will expect a generally consistent schedule from week to week, as long as 90% of the hours are within normal business hours, we are fairly flexible about which hours are worked. Schedule could be updated quarterly. Very occasional weekend work may be required. We have an office of ten people and four remote workers in other states. Click here for more information on the position including requirements and responsibilities.
Please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Friday, September 6th, 2013. You may address your letter to Mr. August E. Brunsman IV. As with all positions at the Secular Student Alliance, this is an at-will position.
Check out our jobs page to see the latest opportunities in the movement.
Secular Legal Society Banners
Check out our new banners!
With our tabling supplies service, we can send your group many supplies that would be useful if you'd ever want to table for an event or just generally for your group. We are proud to announce our latest item is provided exclusively to affiliates who are part of the Secular Legal Society. Feel free to request these tabling supplies from us and others by filling out a request form.
*SLS Banners are free to affiliates who have completed our branding agreement.
Student-Alumni Speaker Bureau
Did you know the SSA had a Student and Alumni based Speakers Bureau?
The Student Speakers Bureau is intended to provide great, low-cost speakers to SSA affiliates. All members of this Bureau are either current students or recent alumni. They are proven speakers that have been well-received by their groups, as well as by other groups.
Student speakers are meant to travel within their areas only; a student from California is not meant to be flown over to Mississippi for an event. Student speakers do not charge any kind of honorarium and are often willing to sleep on couches instead of in hotel rooms.
SSA Speakers Bureau funding may be requested to bring in a student speaker; however, the max for a student speaker event is $100. If you are interested in getting a student speaker, fill out a request form. If you would like to apply to be on the Student Speakers Bureau, be sure to put in an application. It is a great chance to gain public speaking experience, interact with other students, and get even more involved in the movement.
Brag It Up!
Tell us about the awesome stuff your group has done!
Missed the SSA's Annual Conference in Las Vegas or Columbus? Didn't get to see all the talks? We're constantly posting new videos to our YouTube Channel so you can check them out! This latest video comes from Ted Cox
speaking on how to host a happy speaker.
Recovering from Religion
was recently approached by a documentary/reality production company for a program highlighting the struggles of people who change their religious views. If you are interested in sharing your story or know someone who might be interested, send an email to admin@recovering from religion.org
Talk Like a Pirate Day is this September 19th. The day is observed to celebrate the victories and ongoing fight again intelligent design. Learn more about the day here
and make sure to order our Pastafarian tabling supplies
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