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Sparklers

Join Our Team

We highly encourage applications from:

Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), as well as Spanish speakers, people in larger bodies, first and second generation immigrants, LGBTQIA+ folks, neurodivergent individuals, and people with disabilities.

Community Facilitator

What is it?

Our signature program, The Healing Collaborative, is an intersectional healing community for BIPOC who struggle with food and/or body image. The program consists of a communal recovery space and 1-on-1 peer support.

We are seeking facilitators to run our 8-week program, twice a week. Using pre-established curricula, we want facilitators who can actively engage with participants, create a safe environment, and foster healing. 

Role Type: Part-Time Employee

Benefits to You:

  • Share your experiences and provide guidance to those who need support.

  • Leadership and Training: Facilitators will receive trainings once per year, and regular check-ins to ensure you are supported.

  • Recommendation: After 6-12 months, you will receive a character and skill reference letter on request (for management, other volunteer positions, etc). Contingent on performance.

  • Continue to strengthen your own relationship with food.

Qualifications:​

  • Lived experience with disordered eating and/or a challenging relationship with food and body image

  • Previous facilitation experience preferred 

  • Have been recovered/healed/in recovery for 2+ years

  • Willing to share healing/recovery journey with members

  • 21 years or older

  • Live in North America

  • Ideal: You identify as a Black, Indigenous, and/or Person of Color

  • A willingness to learn (and unlearn). Discussion and training topics include, but are not limited to: Fatphobia, Racism, Trauma, Abuse, and Queerphobia.

  • Empathy

  • Able to adapt content and discussions to the needs of the group 

  • Skillfull in promoting overlooked voices in community spaces

  • Available to run community sessions in the following time frames:

    • Mondays and Wednesdays, between 8 PM ET and 10 PM ET

  • Steady internet access and reliable computer

Peer Advocate

What is it?

Our signature program, The Healing Collaborative, is an intersectional healing community for BIPOC who struggle with food and/or body image. The program consists of a communal recovery space and 1-on-1 peer support.

We are seeking mentors to assist members as they work through their personalized healing plan, and to be a source of support.

Role Type: Volunteer

Benefits to You:

  • Share your experiences and provide guidance to those who need support.

  • Leadership and Training: Peer Advocates will receive trainings once per year, quarterly community meet-ups, and monthly check-ins to ensure you are supported.

  • Recommendation: After 6-12 months, you will receive a character and skill reference letter on request (for management, other volunteer positions, etc). This recommendation is contingent on performance and feedback evaluations.

  • Continue to strengthen your own relationship with food and body image.

Qualifications:​

  • Lived experience with disordered eating or a challenging relationship with food and body image.

  • Identify as being in a solid space of healing from disordered eating.

  • Possess the ability to build deep, nurturing relationships.

  • Willing to share healing/recovery journey with community member(s).

  • 21 years or older.

  • Live in North America.

  • Ideal: You identify as a Black, Indigenous, and/or Person of Color.

  • A willingness to learn (and unlearn). Discussion and training topics include, but are not limited to: Fatphobia, Racism, Trauma, Abuse, and Queerphobia.

  • Minimum: 3-month commitment.

I want to be updated on new openings in the future! 

Thanks for submitting!

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