Each year the Community Race
Relations Coalition sponsors a number
of educational and social events with the objectives
of bringing people together to get to know one another,
to share our experiences and ideas about working toward equality, and to celebrate
and learn about all the ethnic and racial richness in our community.
The CRRC is known in central Texas for our "Dinner and a Movie" events, informative and enriching Quarterly Meetings (to which the public is invited), and many more events co-sponsored with other community activists and groups.
To find out what's on the CRRC Calendar, check back here
often, or contact Jo Welter at email@example.com
or call (254) 717-7903.
Austin's Spectrum1 News Reports Growing Allegations of Racism, Discrimination at Baylor University
WACO, Texas (Oct. 26, 2020) — Baylor University’s office of Diversity and Inclusion office was created in 2018 by Brittney Wardlaw. She was an attorney and former Title IX coordinator at Liberty University in Virginia. Wardlaw was recruited by Baylor in 2017 to improve its new Title IX office. But now, three years later, Wardlaw finds herself on the McClennan County courthouse steps in Waco, speaking out with a bullhorn. Only this time, the message is different. “I have watched the staff members with little or no recourse are demoted and or terminated for their failure to conform to a white culture,” said Wardlaw. The video and full story are at this link.
CRRC Waco is HIRING!
JOB TITLE: Membership Administrator (independent contractor – not an employee)
REPORTS TO: Mrs. Jo Welter, Board President
Primary Industry: Public Relations/Information Exchange
Location: Waco, Texas
Work from: Completely Remote (at home, if desired)
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Recruitment and maintenance of membership files.
Meet and greet prospective and current members.
Retention and renewal of membership.
Maintenance of membership database, e.g. weekly or more often as needed.
MINOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Send notes to new and renewing members. (thank you cards, requests for donations, reminder notes for membership dues, invitations to events)
SKILLS REQUIRED FOR POSITION
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong social skills (in one-on-one and group settings)
Good memory skills and attention to detail
Knowledge of social media outlets
Handle confidential information
Tenacity and resilience
Creativity and openness to new ideas
Self-management (requires little direction or supervision)
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE JOB
Education: High school diploma or equivalent
Experience: Familiar with membership programs/software. Skills with social media such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. are helpful. Good communication skills for speaking with the public re: membership. Bilingual skills helpful.
NOTE: All applicants will be subject to background screening
Subject to 90 Day Evaluation
The Community Race Relations Coalition (CRRC) is a not-for-profit (501C-3) organization, comprised of a diverse group of citizens and organizations whose mission is to promote racial and cultural awareness through dynamic outreach to strengthen our community. It is the policy of the Community Race Relations Coalition to consider independent contractor applications without regard to race, color, religion, age (over 18), national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, or veteran status.
Recruiting Contacts: Steve Cook Jr., 254.224.7500, ; Stephen Reid, 254.652.9044, ; and Sherry Perkins 254-405-0188,
IF INTERESTED IN APPLYING, DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION AT THIS LINK AND EMAIL AS AN ATTACHMENT TO ONE OF THE ABOVE-NAMED RECRUITMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS.