In a nation that seems to grow increasingly polarized, do you ever wish you could do something to unite us? The Diversity Council is looking for people of every age, size, race, religion, and occupation to join our team. The hours are flexible, the training can be life-changing, and the work is rewarding. We have two part-time options available:
Spark! Facilitator: Guide K-8 students in learning to recognize stereotypes and stand up to prejudice and discrimination. We're looking for 15 people to join our team of facilitators. Apply by July 15. Thirty-two hours of required training (paid) takes place August 12 - 22 (afternoons). Work hours are assigned based on workshop schedules and your availability. Most facilitators work an average of 5 hours/week. Competetive salary. Job description. Application.
Student Leaders Creating Change Advisors: Guide high school student leaders in learning to prevent and intervene in bullying situations in this semester-long after school program. We're looking for 8 people to commit to approximately 10 hours/week (including biweekly student sessions plus planning time) for a minimum of one year. Apply by July 15. Required training (paid) includes the 32-hour Spark! facilitator training (see above) plus 10 additional hours of training on the afternoons of August 26-27. Competetive salary. Job description. Application.
It's the Non-Event! For our annual fundraising 'gala', we invite you to buy a 'ticket' to stay home and put your feet up. Instead of paying for centerpieces and catering and chair rentals, 100% of your ticket price will go toward programs that build a welcoming and inclusive community.
There's no need to put on a tie, hire a babysitting, stay out late listening to speeches, or look for downtown parking. Instead you can enjoy a relaxing evening doing whatever you like while having the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to fight bullying, support victims of hate crime, and educate youth and adults to build bridges across the things that divide us.