New England Yearly Meeting

A community of Quakers and Quaker meetings across New England.

Quaker Employment & Service Opportunities

This page contains listings for paid and volunteer opportunities with Friends meetings or other Friends organizations. The position title links to details and application information, if available.

We attempt to make sure that the information provided here is up to date; however, interested applicants should confirm the application deadline and other details for each employment or volunteer opportunity.

Employment Opportunities

interim director of friends edUCATION | MOSES BROWN SCHOOL

Providence, RI | Full-Time
May 2018 | Until filled
A Quaker, the Director is responsible for modeling, supporting, and strengthening the practice of Friends education at Moses Brown. S/he works to educate the MB community about Quaker faith and practice, and the many ways that these can and should manifest themselves in support of the school’s mission

Lead Childcare Provider | Fresh Pond Monthly Meeting

 Cambridge, MA | Part-time
Feb 2018 | Until filled
Mature adult, minimum age 18, experienced in taking care of multiple children ages infants to teens. The candidate must be able to direct and work with the assistant childcare provider. Hours: Sundays starting at 9:45 a.m.; 1.5 hours are guaranteed each Sunday with the potential for up to 3.25 hours on three Sundays/month depending on presence of children. Contact Gail Charpentier by email or phone 857-272-0045.

YAF Group Coordinator | Friends Meeting at Cambridge

Cambridge, MA | Part-time
Mar 2018 | Apr 2, 2018
The Young Adult Friends (YAF) Group Coordinator will support the YAF community in Friends Meeting at Cambridge, connect the YAFs to each other and with the larger FMC Quaker community. The Coordinator will be a leader and a Quaker resource. The position will require organization, dedication and a positive attitude. The position will be supervised by the Resident Friend in collaboration with input from the wider YAF community.

lead nursery teacher | Friends Meeting at Cambridge

Cambridge, MA | Part-time
Apr 2018 | May 6, 2018

Sunday mornings from 9:15 to 12:15 September-June and 10:15 to 12:15 in the summer and Sunday evenings 4:45-6:15 pm year-round plus additional times during the week upon mutual agreement; in total, no more than 20-30 hours a month.

director of the Quaker Leadership Scholars Program | Guilford College

Greensboro, NC | Full-time
March 2018 | Until filled
QLSP is a 4-year program of 40–50 Quaker students designed to apprentice participants to the Quaker tradition, for the purpose of living spiritually rooted, racially just, theologically robust, and experientially prepared lives as leaders within and outside of the Religious Society of Friends.If you have questions please contact Wess Daniels.

Co-directors | ben lomond Quaker Center

Ben Lomond, CA | Full-time
May 2018 | Aug 1, 2018
The Co-Directors supervise all other Center staff and volunteers. They have full executive responsibility for the daily operation of the Center, the development of programs, and the implementation of policy. When needed, they recommend policy changes to the Board of Trustees.

Director of Finance | Northwest Yearly Meeting

Newburg, OR | Full-time
Apr 2018 | Mar 15, 2018
Significant accounting experience is required, including fixed assets, fund accounting, experience with financial reviews, budgeting, and financial reporting. Please send resumes to Retha McCutchen. For more information write or call Retha at 503-810-3710.

ADvocacy Corps | Friends Committee for National Legislation

Local Community | Part-time, 9 months
Posted Nov 2017 | Apr 9, 2018
Young adults between the ages of 19–30 get paid to organize their local community around federal legislation. Advocacy Corps organizers connect local activists and leaders with their local member of Congress to affect big, long-term change. Issues: Environment & Energy

internships | William Penn House

Washington, DC | Summer & Year-Round
Posted Mar 2018 | Until filled
10-12 week social justice internship offers college students a unique combination of service and civic engagement, along with structured opportunities for personal, spiritual, and professional development; WPH Social Justice Residency offers similar opportunities but with sustained support for college graduates committed to building more peaceful, just and inclusive communities.

Development and Stewardship Associate | Pendle Hill

Wallingford, PA | 80%
Posted Apr 2018 | Until filled
The DSA focuses the majority of their time on face-to-face visitation in order to 1) increase financial support from the top 20% of Pendle Hill’s donor pyramid, and 2) deepen engagement with prospects for inclusion in the top 20% of the donor pyramid. The remaining work time is focused on in-office duties such as administrative record-keeping, donor communications, and other tasks supporting the Advancement Department.


Wallingford, PA | Part-time
Posted Apr 2018 | Until filled
Guest Services Associate (25-29 hours per week) to assist and support the Guest Services Manager in providing event planning and event set up and breakdown. This includes the day to day physical set up for programs and events.

ADVANCEMENT OFFICER | Friends United Meeting

Ramallah Friends School | Full-time
Posted Mar 2018 | Until filled
The Advancement Officer will be largely responsible for creating a comprehensive advancement strategy for RFS, focused primarily on major gifts, planned-giving and an anticipated campaign to significantly grow the operational and scholarship endowments and funding for special projects.

General Superintendent | Northwest Yearly Meeting

Pacific Northwest | Full-time
Posted Mar 30, 2018 | Apr 30, 2018
We are looking for a mature, experienced leader to help shepherd our yearly meeting following a time of transition. The new superintendent will be working with different yearly meeting boards and committees, as well as local churches and meetings throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Volunteer Service Opportunities

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To have your job or volunteer opportunity listed on this page, please send the relevant information, including a link to your website if available, to the Yearly Meeting office.

New England Yearly Meeting of Friends

901 Pleasant Street, Worcester, MA 01602

(508) 754-6760 - [email protected]