CER Congregational Life Advisory Council Volunteer Application
Thank you for your interest in serving Unitarian Universalism!
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) relies upon energetic, committed, visionary Unitarian Universalist (UU) volunteers to serve the Regions through committees, panels, and task forces that work with Regional and National UUA staff and the UUA Board to carry out the mission of the Association.
People with disabilities, people of color, Hispanic/Latinx, and LGBTQ candidates are encouraged to apply for volunteer positions. The UUA and its regions are committed to developing a diverse and talented team. If you are excited about volunteering, but are unsure whether you could meet the requirements, we encourage you to inquire and/or apply.
Professional and Volunteer Experience
Congregational Relationships: (include present and any past congregations in which you participated.)
Tell us about your work and volunteer experiences that inform your capability for volunteering for regional and local work with UUA. Include any past and present leadership experience at the congregational, district/regional, or national levels, and in other UU related organizations.
Your relevant education
How does your UU faith inform your desire to volunteer?
What anti-racist, anti-oppression, multiculturalism trainings have you participated in?
Is there anything else you would like us to know about you? (it’s OK to not fill this in)
Please check any that apply
(This speaks to background and is not necessary to be a volunteer)
I am in ministerial fellowship or in the process to be granted ministerial fellowship
I am a minister or director of religious education-credentialed
I am a religious educator-not credentialed
I am a director of music-credentialed
I am a director of music-not credentialed
I am an administrator
I am a Certified Lay Minister
I am a minister of another denomination
Like UUA staff, volunteers utilize the latest technology to communicate, collaborate, and work.
Are you comfortable using online apps and services? Each member needs to develop or have a strong faculty with Google Drive and Zoom in order to do the work of the CLAC. Training is available.
Willing to learn
Are you willing to connect via online video conference calls?
Willing to learn
check any that you are interested in
Congregational Life (i.e. Advisory Council)
Legislative Ministry (i.e. Social Witness, Justice Work, State Action Networks)
Stewardship (i.e. Chalice Lighters, Generosity Network)
Youth Ministries (i.e. OWL, Con work, Summer Camps)
Governance (Only in MidAmerica, Pacific Western Region’s Districts, Northern New England and Ballou Channing Districts)
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