Not for Sale Begins Fellowship Program

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MONTARA, CA (September 23, 2009) – The Not for Sale anti-human trafficking organization will offer its first full-time fellowships beginning in 2010.

Two sessions of the fellowship program are scheduled for next year – January 4-June 25 and July 1-December 17.

Each fellow will be placed in a position specific to their skill-set, education, and passions. The fellowship will include tailored projects, research training, and one-on-one time with national staff.

Fellows will live and work in Half Moon Bay, California, just outside San Francisco.

Applicants must be 18 years or older, fluent in English, and comfortable living in a group environment. They should be open to meeting rapid deadlines in a highly flexible work environment consisting of both independent and team settings, and come with some background knowledge of the issue of human trafficking.

Fellows will be required to raise their own support for the program through the sponsorship of family and friends. Monthly costs, which include room and board, are listed on the application.

David Batstone, president and founder of Not for Sale, spoke at North Park Theological Seminary in 2006 just prior to his book of the same name being published. To read a previous news story that featured David Batstone at North Park, click here.

For more information on the fellowship, send an email to the Not For Sale campaign.

For more information on human trafficking and the Evangelical Covenant Church’s efforts to stop modern-day slavery, click here.

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