Ethics Center Leadership Council offering paid posts; apply by Nov. 15

Do you have creative ideas and strong opinions? Like to stir up conversation? Think Brandeis needs more informed discussion of major public issues? Are you interested in a paid opportunity to get involved during the spring semester?

 Apply for the Ethics Center Leadership Council, a new opportunity!

 In this pilot program six undergraduates will work during the spring 2011 semester to build three engaged communities on campus, each made up of Brandeisians interested in one of the focus areas of the International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life : Peacebuilding and the Arts, International Justice and Human Rights, and Ethics and Public Life.

ECLC members receive a stipend of $350 per semester. ECLC members will work independently and meet weekly. Any Brandeis undergraduate from any year is eligible. No prior coursework in the focus area is necessary.

The online application must be complete and all paper materials must be delivered  to the Ethics Center (ASAC 309, across from the Heller School) by 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15.

Contact Barbara Strauss at the Ethics Center, 781-736-8577, with any questions.

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