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United Church of Christ
Camp Washington St
Posted: November 14 2016
Application Deadline: February 28, 2017
Position: 15 Full-time, Paid
Timeframe: 05/29/17 — 08/07/17
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DescriptionThe United Church of Christ and the Alliance of Baptists work together to place students in service positions around the country, living and working in community in places of injustice and oppression. In six locations, students may work with children and youth in poor urban areas, do advocacy work around water access, or work on a small farm seeking to exemplify food justice.
All applications submitted online at http://www.ucc.org/volunteer_scos
ResponsibilitiesDay-to-day responsibilities vary by site. Responsibilities may include:
Working with children in day camp settings.
Advocating for the oppressed in local institutions.
Learning about oneself through reflection and evaluation.
Working in soil on a farm or in a community garden.
Learning to love and live with others.
RequirementsMust be willing to work for racial and economic justice.
Must be willing to work and live in community with other students.
Must be flexible and ready for an adventure.
Must be able to work and live across differences, ready to invite the learning that an encounter with others brings.
SkillsRequired - Flexibility, Service Orientation
Preferred - Peacebuilding, Community Gardens, Sustainable Gardening, Community Development, Children, Youth Development, Youth Leadership