Secular Coalition for America seeks Intern
The Secular Coalition for America (SCA) is pleased to offer a part-time paid internship position for Spring 2013. SCA is seeking highly motivated undergraduate junior- or senior-level students with a demonstrated interest in being active in the nontheistic movement.
The internship will be a 13-week program with one week of vacation for spring break included and will run from Tuesday, January 15, 2013 through Friday, April 12, 2013. Work hours will be 20 hours per week between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, completed on a regular schedule decided upon before the first week. Occasional weekend and evening hours may be expected. The internship will pay a stipend (minus required district and federal taxes). Transportation costs to and from Washington, D.C. will not be provided.
Complete applications must be emailed to [email protected] by November 30, 2012 at 5pm ET. A selection will be made by December 7; only the selected candidate will be notified. Do NOT send applications by regular mail. No phone calls please. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
For more information on this job, including application requirements, visit the SCA website. As always, to find the latest jobs in the secular movement go to our jobs page.
Foundation Beyond Belief seeks Interns
Foundation Beyond Belief seeks disciplined, highly motivated individuals for a five-month period beginning January 1, 2012. Desirable characteristics can be found here.
Experience in the non-profit sector is not a requirement, but certainly a plus, as is experience in grant writing or other development capacities. Though interns will do work in several areas of Foundation operations, each internship includes a primary focus area, special project, and cause area assignment.
During the application process, you will be asked to select your top three focus areas and briefly explain why you’re drawn to each.
To apply for the spring internships, please visit here to learn more and to submit your application. The deadline for spring internships is November 30th, 2012 at 11:59 pm Eastern time.
To learn more about the internship go here. To apply visit their website. Find the latest jobs in the movement by visiting our jobs page.
Hurricane Sandy Humanist Crisis Response
Are you concerned about the victims of Hurricane Sandy and want to help, but are afraid of your donations will be used on faith-based initiatives or in ineffective ways? Our partner organization Foundation Beyond Belief, has set up a Humanist Crisis Response Program to help people donate securely to reputable relief organizations.
The Humanist Crisis Response program is working with two different organizations. International Medical Corps is a disaster response team that will be helping get basic food and medical care to people affected by the storm in the Caribbean. Team Rubicon is an organization that utilizes the skills of veterans to assist people after natural disasters. You can read more about Foundation Beyond Belief's Crisis Response Program here.
Even if you don't plan on donating, it is still worth the trouble of clicking on some of these links and familiarizing yourself with some of these organizations. You never know when this information might come in handy.
Missed the SSA's Annual Conference? 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 Amy Young
encouraging inter-group cooperation.
Author of Baptized Atheist and founder of the Dogma Debate forum and radio show. He was a Christian musician who studied religion for 15 years before becoming an atheist. David can speak on marriage equality, getting involved in activism, how to debate and many other topics.