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We want YOUth (and adults, too)

Posted by Jeremie Bateman // October 10th 2013 // Events and Opportunities, Featured Youth, GA, UUA, youth // 8 comments

General Assembly 2014 is shaping up to be truly exceptional, and Youth Caucus is likely to be big, bold and vibrant – we are excited to see you there! – Ed.

Leadership opportunities…

a completely free trip to General Assembly…

and the experience of a lifetime… 


Youth_Caucus_GA_14OMG – Join the Youth Caucus Staff!

Applications are open for the Youth Caucus Staff for General Assembly 2014 in Providence, Rhode Island.  We are looking for both youth and adults for a number of different roles.

Worship Coordinator – partner with our returning worship coordinator to plan worship services for both the Youth Caucus and the entirety of General Assembly at the Synergy Bridging Service

Connections Coordinators – work as a team to create opportunities for youth to connect with one another and the larger General Assembly.

FUN TIMES (Business) Manager – partner with our returning FUN TIMES Manager to lead discussions, facilitate decision-making and coordinate Youth Caucus statements to the entire Assembly.

Chaplains (youth and adults) – collaborate as a team to provide support to the Youth Caucus community.

Advisors/Sponsor Coordinators – work as a team to support adult sponsors, provide support and supervision during Caucus events, and mentor youth staff.


Read the position descriptions in their entirety and download the application from our website.

Applications are due December 1, 2013 and may be submitted electronically to youthcaucus@uua.org or by mail to the address in the application.

About the Author

Jeremie Bateman is the Leadership Development Associate in the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries at the UUA. He can be reached at jbateman@uua.org.
8 Responses to “We want YOUth (and adults, too)”
  1. Allie Carville says:

    I noticed this article clearly mentions ages 14-18 (or high school equivalent) and adults age 25+, but is the age range 18-25 left out because Campus Ministry and Annie Gonzalez would have something at GA for this group?

  2. Colleen Murray says:

    What is meant by “a completely free trip to GA?” I would really love to apply for staff but I would be coming from pretty far away (west coast), so I’m just trying to get a ballpark for what I need to start saving up money for, if anything 🙂

    • Thanks for the question. It means that all your travel expenses are paid for. We cover your registration, housing, travel and food.

      If you’ll be under 18, you will need an adult sponsor to attend GA with you and we don’t cover that person’s expenses.

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