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Secular Student Alliance seeks Campus Organizing Manager

Shalom Sunday seeks Teacher

Secular Coalition for America seeks Interns

Opportunities for Law Students to Help Find Jobs or Internships

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Secular Student Alliance seeks Campus Organizing Manager
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The Secular Student Alliance is currently seeking a full-time Campus Organizing Manager.

The Campus Organizing Manager oversees all campus and student programs to ensure effective and efficient outputs in line with organizational mission and strategy. Provide responsible financial management of income and expenses within the Campus Organizing department. Manage the campus organizing staff on a day-to-day basis. Coordinates the annual conference and other regional/national-scale events, Speakers Bureau, scholarships, project grants, and any other form of financial assistance offered to groups. Contributes to the short and long-term planning of the organization, including regular involvement in strategic planning, collaboration with staff, and input into the organizational budget. Develops relationships with other organizations, both within and outside of the movement, in order to further the SSA's mission of serving students communities.

Preferred requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • 5 years experience with student organizing, including diverse communities;
  • Computer literate and technologically proficient in standard word processing, spreadsheet and database software applications;
  • Experience in web content and social media development, proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite;
  • Highly organized, motivated, excellent communication skills both written and verbal, and be able to work well in an energetic, engaged secular organization
  • An individual who loves meeting new people and working in a truly dynamic environment.

Resumes will be accepted and reviewed on an on-going basis until the position is filled.

Apply on Chronicle Vitae form

Shalom Sunday seeks Teacher
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Shalom Sunday, the Sunday School of Secular Jewish Circle of Puget Sound, seeks a creative person to teach at their Shalom Sunday school for the 2017-2018 school year. Their curriculum includes Jewish history, culture, and values from a secular non-theistic perspective, with emphasis on building pride in being Secular Humanistic Jews. Classes meet for 18 classroom sessions and two community service events two Sundays mornings a month from September– June.

 They offer small class sizes, a growing resource library, teacher support and competitive salaries. Teaching experience desirable, but not necessary. Interest, enthusiasm, and philosophical agreement are most important.

Our community celebrates diversity, interfaith families, and welcomes everyone.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintain positive relationships with each student and their families, assess student learning, build a supportive classroom community and collaborate with other faculty members.
  • Central to this role is the capacity to serve as a role model for students intellectually, with passion.


  • Must have a background in Judaism, and knowledge of the culture and history.

  • Educator needs to have a love for children, enjoy teaching and good rapport with students.

  • Background and experience in education is a plus.

To apply: send your resume with the title “Teaching position.”

Secular Coalition for America seeks Interns

The Secular Coalition for America (SCA) seeks highly motivated undergraduate, graduate, or law students for unpaid internship positions in the spring, summer and fall semesters. SCA is a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization located in Washington, D.C. Its mission is to increase the visibility of and respect for nontheistic viewpoints in the United States, and to protect and strengthen the secular character of our government as the best guarantee of freedom for all.

As a small non-profit, this internship will provide ample opportunities to take on responsibility and produce work samples for addition to a portfolio. Interns work directly with SCA staff and have the opportunity to learn and assist in the four main departments of the office: lobbying and advocacy; research and outreach; development and fundraising; and communications through traditional and new media.

SCA has internship positions available in its Communications, State Chapter and Outreach, Legislative, and Operations and Development departments. Applicants for the Legislative Intern position must be current law students. Positions remain open until filled throughout the year.

For info on how to apply contact Dan Green
Dan AT secular DOT org

Opportunities for Law Students to Help Find Jobs or Internships
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Are you a law student and/or part of an SSA Secular Legal Society on your campus? We have formed a new partnership with the Appignani Humanist Legal Center at the American Humanist Association in order to better support you and your group. As part of this partnership, we are making available a new service to enable law students to contact any friendly allies in the legal world about potential jobs or internships in a specific geographic area. If you would like to submit an inquiry, please let us know and we will work with the AHLC to connect you to any opportunities that might exist. Or if you have any questions, let us know!

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