LAMPa Accepting Applications for 2023-24 Hunger Advocacy Fellowship

Are you (or someone you know) interested in a year-long transformative experience that combines leadership development and faith formation with advocacy that moves us toward an end to hunger and a just world where all are fed? If so, consider an ELCA Hunger Advocacy Fellowship.

LAMPa is accepting applications now for a Hunger Advocacy Fellow who will serve as a member of the staff of this ELCA-affiliated state public policy office starting in September.

Through the support of ELCA World Hunger, ELCA Witness in Society advocacy activity works in partnership with statewide advocacy ministry networks across the United States to end hunger by engaging directly with local, state and national governments and equipping people of faith to seek justice through advocacy. Each office relates to the synods in their state and works closely with hunger leaders and synod teams.

Focusing on analyzing and addressing the root causes of hunger and economic injustice, and promoting a holistic approach to hunger ministry, the Hunger Advocacy Fellow will build ELCA World Hunger capacity to end hunger by deepening and expanding Lutheran statewide advocacy efforts in synods, coalitions and networks.

This is a full-time, non-exempt, contracted, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based hybrid position that requires being in the office on a weekly basis as work requires. This position is a 12-month contractual commitment beginning September 5, 2023 to August 31, 2024.  Learn more and apply.

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