SALT Fellows Application
The Spiritual Activist Leadership Training (SALT) is a 10 month, non-residential program of “Justice Plunges,” theological reflection, activist projects, retreats, community building and spiritual deepening designed to empower UU young adults in justice making.
Throughout history young adults have provided essential leadership to advance the cause of justice. Over 150 years ago, UU Minister the Reverend Thomas Starr King saved California for the Union. Today, young adults bring their spiritual values, talents and deep commitment to a variety of movements for economic, environmental and social justice.
The ideal SALT Fellow will be involved in justice making – either through their work, their community, or through volunteer activities. This person is connected to Unitarian Universalist (UU) community and wants to develop and sustain further leadership skills and justice contacts in order to live their UU values and make their corner of the world a more equitable, compassionate, just place.
The application contains two parts: (1) the following short answers and (2) some essay questions you will receive once you hit the "submit" button below.
If you have any problems with the form, please call 916.441.0018 ext 203.
Name of UULM staff/volunteer you've spoken with:
Please review the
SALT Fellow job description and application information
I have read and agree to the required dates, duties and responsibilities of the job description.
I have conflicts with some dates. Please contact me.
Name and contact information (phone and email) of UU leader (minister, staff, committee head) and two other references of your choosing.