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Help Turn D.C. Green

The Episcopal Church is accepting applications for a domestic and environmental policy adviser, a member of the Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s staff.

As part of the Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations based in Washington, the adviser focuses on environmental policy and U.S. domestic policy. The adviser also represents the Episcopal Church to Congress, the administration, and other domestic and foreign government bodies, and mobilizes Episcopalians to advocate on critical issues supported by the General Convention policy.

Detailed position information and application instructions are available on this webpage, and June 15 is the deadline to apply.


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