[BTvS-BayArea] Wanted: Organizer for West Coast Regional Conference
WANTED: Organizer for West Coast Regional Conference
Dear SF Bay Area Brit Tzedek members and supporters,
As you have heard, we are hosting the Western Regional
Conference, FROM THE GROUND UP: Building an American Jewish
Movement to End the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, on FEBRUARY
18-19 at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, near SFO Airport in
In preparation for the conference we seek to hire a staff person
(January 10 - February 19) who will help us mobilize attendance
from across the SF Bay Area (10,000 square miles) as well as
from other centers of Brit Tzedek support in Seattle, Portland,
and Los Angeles.
If you or someone you know is interested in the position please
contact our Chapter Coordinator, Carinne Luck, at
Carinne@btvshalom.org , (212) 366-1670.
In addition to the staff person, we will be creating volunteer
teams. If you wish to volunteer for the conference, please
contact Molly Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (510)
More information will be coming very soon. We need you all to be
actively involved in making the conference a success and a
success means building momentum for increased activism locally,
to continue to carry the Brit Tzedek message to Congress and the
We look forward to working with you.
SF Bay Area Chapter
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