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Volunteerism is one of the primary drivers of ING's continued growth and success. Because of the importance of education as a means of raising religious literacy and cultural awareness in our communities, and the level of professionalism in the way we do our work, we have been able to attract many dedicated volunteers. Most of our volunteers are students, home- makers or full-time professionals who find the time to contribute to non-profit work. In return, they find great satisfaction and fulfillment by providing an important service to their community.

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Islamic Networks Group (ING) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to counter prejudice and discrimination against American Muslims by teaching about their traditions and contributions in the context of America’s history and cultural diversity, while building relations between American Muslims and other groups. ING emphasizes the importance of countering all forms of bigotry while working within the framework of the First Amendment's protection of religious freedom and pluralism.
Founded in 1993, ING achieves its mission through education and community engagement. We work though regional volunteers and affiliated organizations across the country to provide a variety of presentations and workshops to student, public service, corporate and community audiences as part of cultural diversity curricula and programs. ING is building bridges among people of all backgrounds.

ING is currently seeking:

Executive Director - click here for PDF of job description

Volunteer

Volunteerism is one of the primary drivers of ING's continued growth and success. Because of the importance of education as a means of raising religious literacy and cultural awareness in our communities, and the level of professionalism in the way we do our work, we have been able to attract many dedicated volunteers. Most of our volunteers are students, home- makers or full-time professionals who find the time to contribute to non-profit work. In return, they find great satisfaction and fulfillment by providing an important service to their community. Read more.

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The ING internship program offers a variety of opportunities to learn about the different functions involved in managing and operating a non-profit organization. Interns gain knowledge related to raising religious literacy and cultural awareness in our communities through ING's educational programs and presentations. Interns also receive practical training in project management, community outreach, research, writing, and other office assignments while working with our professional staff. Read more.

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