$15 / Hour - 10 hours / Week (No benefits)

Jan - May 2019

InSite is currently looking for a thoughtful and committed person to support our local and national racial equity work. If you are interested in racial equity, justice and institutional change, and would like to work with a supportive and dynamic team, please apply. Deadline: Jan. 7, 2019

Please send cover letter and resume to insiteconsultantsaz@gmail.com with Subject: Working with InSite.

The apprentice supports the following:

Coordinate meetings and facilitations

Acts as a thought-partner and provides feedback for curriculum

Leads key portions of facilitations and trainings

Provides social media and web support

Maintain administrative support for partners

Apprentice receives:

Bi-weekly payment and percentage of taxes

Professional development in facilitation, leadership and networking

Financial support to attend one conference of apprentice’s choosing during time with InSite

Mentorship and collaboration with partners

Inclusion in leadership and visibility for all projects

Credit for all work and contributions for intellectual property


Deep interest and commitment to racial diversity and equity

Thoughtful and honest collaborator, not afraid to disagree

Believes in teamwork and team-building

Courageous voice

Deep familiarity with issues social issues affecting POC, Queer, migrant, women

High-proficiency with Microsoft Office, Social media, Google

High-proficiency with research, lit-review, and summary analysis of discourse

Highly recommended:


Creative / Artistic capability

Reflective and developed conflict resolution capability

Observant and curious


The employer is committed in all areas to providing a work environment that is free from harassment. Harassment based upon an individual's sex, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion or any other legally protected characteristics will not be tolerated. All employees, including supervisors and other management personnel, are expected and required to abide by this policy. No person will be adversely affected in employment with the employer as a result of bringing complaints of unlawful harassment.