4001 9th Ave. NE
QuEST (Quaker Experiential Service & Training) in Seattle, Washington, seeks recent college graduates interested in serving as the Development and Communications Coordinator at United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, an organization which provides services to American Indians and Alaska Natives living in the Seattle region.
QuEST is a service fellowship sponsored by the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in which six young adults live together in intentional community in a house in the University District of Seattle as they serve full-time for a year at social service and social justice agencies. The program provides room, board, out-of-pocket health care costs, a transportation pass, and a small monthly stipend, as well as mentorship and training throughout the year. We also reimburse relocation costs and provide an exit stipend upon successful completion of the program.
The QuEST Fellow serving as Development and Communications Coordinator at United Indians will foster relationship-building by developing written communications and social media that publicize the organization's work, events, and social justice mission, as well as supporting fundraising through tracking donations, communicating with donors, and assisting with events. Please visit our website for a full job description.
QuEST welcome applicants from a wide range of backgrounds, including any spiritual affiliation. Candidates must be committed to living in community, practicing simplicity, and exploring spirituality with their cohort. We are seeking to fill this position as soon as possible.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Please download an application from our website.