The Bayou Culture Collaborative, a partner program of Nicholls State University’s Center for Bayou Studies, connects people who are interested in the culture of coastal Louisiana and works to get communities and culture a seat at the land loss policy table and explore questions of environmental justice.
Job description: Between 5 and 10 hours a week, helping organize the collective’s working groups and preparing for the monthly online Zoom meetings of the full group, as well compiling information from those meetings. The applicant needs
- basic understanding of Word and Excel
- familiarity with Zoom
- familiarity with Google Docs
- strong communication skills
- ability to organize information
Bonus qualifications — the ability to speak either French, Spanish or Vietnamese is a plus, as well as being a member of a bayou region or coastal community. Previous experience in project management, community outreach, or grant writing is also a plus, but not required.
All work is remote. Pay is $15 an hour.
This program is funded by the Louisiana Office of Community Development, the Louisiana Folklore Society, and the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.
To apply, send an email expressing interest and a resume to the program director, Dr. Mike Saunders — email@example.com. DEADLINE: March 13, 2022. More information about the BCC at http://www.louisianafolklore.org