A two-year+ professional fellowship, managing the Native American advocacy program for the Friends Committee on National Legislation in Washington D.C. The Advocate will lobby Congress on Native American Issues -- honoring the promises, respecting sovereignty, and working to restore language, land, and culture lost in the termination and assimilation eras and before. This is a lead policy position, requiring college and some work experience. See more information at www.fcnl.org/congressional-advocate.
American Indian and Alaska Native tribal members are strongly encouraged to apply. Applications accepted until June 1, 2017.
We are a Quaker lobby in the public interest, with a staff of 40+ lobbyists on Capitol Hill, and more than 50,000 engaged people across the country who stay in touch with their members of Congress.
Through visits with congressional offices, research and analysis, letters, educational activities, grassroots lobbying, and publications FCNL works for social and economic justice, peace, good stewardship, and good government. FCNL is a non-partisan organization that speaks from a basis of spiritual and ethical purpose rather than political expediency.