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Communications and Development Associate, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (QuEST Fellow)

QuEST (Quaker Experiential Service and Training) is a service year fellowship in Seattle, Washington, that provides young adults with professional positions at local nonprofits, an intentional residential community as a cohort, and opportunities for training and reflection. Fellows are matched with one of QuEST's partner agencies for full-time year-long service. The six Fellows live together in a shared house in Seattle's University District and they receive room and board, a personal stipend, transportation and health care funds, and student loan support.

One of the six QuEST placements is as Communications and Development Associate at United Indians of All Tribes Foundation.

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is a 50-year-old private nonprofit that provides culturally appropriate social, educational, and cultural services to American Indians and Alaska Natives in the Seattle region. Core to our work is relationship-building: building community among the people we serve, solidarity with other organizations and allies, and connections with current and potential supporters.

The Communications and Development Associate will foster relationship-building by developing written communications and social media that publicize our work, events, and social justice mission to internal and external audiences; and supporting fundraising through tracking donations, communicating with donors, and assisting with events. The Associate will report to the Senior Revenue Division Director and support the Project Manager. They will also collaborate with the Executive Director, program managers, and grant writer.

See attached position description for more details.

Position open until filled.