L'Arche Washington, D.C., seeks bilingual (Spanish/English) persons to share ecumenical faith community with adults with developmental disabilities. College education preferred. Must communicate well in English. Room, board, salary, generous benefits. Contact Don Kelly (202) 232-4539, ext. 10 or send résumé to L'Arche, 2474 Ontario Road NW, Washington, DC 20009.
SIPAZ (International Service for Peace) seeks volunteers to further the work of interreligious dialogue in Chiapas, Mexico. Responsibilities include developing and maintaining contact with the spectrum of religious actors in the conflict in Chiapas and seeking opportunities to support initiatives for peaceful resolution. Requirements include Spanish fluency, prior international work, and experience in conflict resolution. Contact SIPAZ, firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (Washington, D.C.) seeks interns to join the work of death penalty abolition through research, writing, public speaking, general advocacy efforts, and administrative support. Interns needed to assist in highlighting the death penalty as an international issue, building a youth movement, and creating coalition between lawmakers and the anti-death penalty movement. Contact Scott Crain, (202) 387-3890; email@example.com.
SpiritHouse, a nonprofit in Washington, D.C. that uses arts, education, action, and spiritual reflection to assist communities to speak and act more justly, is conducting a national search for year-long interns of all ethnicities, classes, ages, and sexualities to work for justice. Contact Ruby Nell Sales, (202) 548-7640; firstname.lastname@example.org.