UUSC Response to Continued Environmental, Social Threats to Communities in Tocoa, Honduras

Challenging Injustice, Advancing Human Rights

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee advances human rights through grassroots collaborations.

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Don’t just imagine a better world. Help create one.
UUSC All-Staff May 2023 Photo

At UUSC, we listen deeply to people carrying the heaviest burdens of danger, unrest, and oppression, and respond compassionately in the ways they tell us they need. Our relationships have been the cornerstone of progress and lasting strides for human rights, and we seek diverse minds and voices. 

Our team brings energy to the community, believes in the spirit of collaboration, and exchanges ideas of justice every day. Together, we learn, reflect, laugh, seek new strategies, learn from setbacks, and celebrate successes.

If this sounds like the mission and team you want to be a part of, we look forward to your application and learning more about you.

“I feel incredibly fortunate to work with such talented, passionate, and committed colleagues. I learn so much from all of our frontline community partners and our staff on a daily basis.” – Rachel Gore Freed, Vice President

Diversity and Inclusion at UUSC

Our belief in the inherent dignity and worth of every person motivates everything we do at UUSC. We strive to maintain a workplace where all employees are respected and included, where individual experiences are honored, and where both glowing and challenging feedback is appreciated.

UUSC is highly committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment. People with disabilities, people of color, and people from minority communities are encouraged to apply.

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