SNLP has a flexible, fun, and rigorous work environment which is
made up of people who are deeply committed to our mission. We look
for people to join our staff who are interested in both the social
activist component as well as the female youth leadership development
aspect of the program. The personal qualities that we value in our
staff are creativity, tenacity, independence, flexibility, a sense
of humor, commitment to social justice activism and youth as well
as an adventurous nature.
The Sadie Nash Leadership Project (SNLP) is committed to the principles of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity.
Affirmative Action at SNLP encompasses three areas of responsibility. Following federal and state law, we do not discriminate against certain groupings of persons in employment. In addition, SNLP seeks to hire faculty and staff that reflect the diversity of the students with which we work directly. Finally, we are committed to ensuring that this community respects diversity, learns from differences, and avoids intolerance through active engagement with these issues in our programs and institutional structure.
SNLP's non-discriminatory hiring practices transcend legal requirements. No member of our community shall experience acts of discrimination in regard to policy or employment practices because of any aspect of their identity, such as gender identity/expression, age or sexual orientation/preference.
PLEASE NOTE: If you choose to apply to any position at the Sadie Nash Leadership Project, we recommend applying electronically. If you are unable to do so, PLEASE apply using only RECYCLED
1. Summer Faculty Positions
2. Creative and Academic Courses
3. Dean Leadership Training Program (paid)
Please check this site in July for Fall/Winter openings, and in January for Spring/Summer positions.