The USCCA strives to promotes friendship and mutual support between Catholics in China and the United States. It offers educational, service, and cultural programs in support of the Church and the larger society.
We are seeking enthusiastic, motivated, faith-filled individuals to join us in our mission.
You are invited to review the open positions below. If you feel you would be a good fit, or if you have any questions, contact our Director, Fr. Michael Agliardo (Director@uscatholicchina.org).
Program Coordinator - Campus Engagement Initiative
The USCCA seeks a full-time Campus Engagement Initiative Program Coordinator who will create, coordinate, and institutionalize programming that meets the goals of the Campus Engagement Initiative (CEI).
Candidates should have pastoral experience working with youth, experience organizing programming and/or co-curricular activity on educational campuses, and experience collaborating with others in a team setting.
Please download the position description for more information: CEI Program Coordinator Position.
Bay Area Coordinator - Campus Engagement Initiative
The USCCA seeks a full-time Bay Area Coordinator to establish programming that meets the goals of its Campus Engagement Initiative.
As Bay Area Coordinator, the candidate would work both with the overall Program Coordinator and with local groups, including high school groups, university groups, Chinese international students, the local Chinese Catholic community, and similar constituencies.
Candidates should have pastoral experience working with youth, experience working in a Chinese language and cultural setting, experience organizing programming and/or co-curricular activity on educational campuses, and experience collaborating with others in a team setting.
Please download the position description for more information: CEI Bay Area Coordinator Position.
Part-Time Grants Coordinator
The USCCA seeks a person with experience applying for small- and medium-range grants for educational and ministerial purposes. Familiarity with the world of Catholic nonprofits will be an asset.
Please contact Fr. Michael Agliardo, USCCA Director, for more information regarding the type of grants sought and other relevant information.
Apply after consultation with the Director.
PAID STUDENT INTERNSHIPS
Part-Time Conference and Program Assistant
The USCCA seeks the support of a student intern as it prepares for its August conference on Christianity and China on the campus of Santa Clara University.
Time requirement is 5 to 10 hours a week, plus full-time onsite work at the time of the conference itself (August 6 to 8).
Duties involve background research, conference promotions, conference logistics, and working with international visitors.
Preference given to Santa Clara University students
Compensation $18 to $20 per hour, contingent upon experience and recommendations.
To inquire further, contact Prof. Michael Agliardo, department of sociology, Santa Clara University.
To apply, send resume and two references to Prof. Agliardo.