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Position Description State Chapter Leaders (SCLs) and state Executive Boards are tasked with engaging activists within their state in an effort to 1) support the national goals and advocacy campaigns of the National Atheist Party and 2) create and support state-specific goals and advocacy campaig

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Position Description State Chapter Leaders (SCLs) and state Executive Boards are tasked with engaging activists within their state in an effort to 1) support the national goals and advocacy campaigns of the National Atheist Party and 2) create and support state-specific goals and advocacy campaig

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Position Description State Chapter Leaders (SCLs) and state Executive Boards are tasked with engaging activists within their state in an effort to 1) support the national goals and advocacy campaigns of the National Atheist Party and 2) create and support state-specific goals and advocacy campaig

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Position Description State Chapter Leaders (SCLs) and state Executive Boards are tasked with engaging activists within their state in an effort to 1) support the national goals and advocacy campaigns of the National Atheist Party and 2) create and support state-specific goals and advocacy campaig

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Mar 28

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As the NAP membership count continues to swell, the need for more volunteers within our organization has grown as well. Yet, many of our members remain unclear about how to volunteer or even why volunteering is important. While this Party may still be young, we’ve come a long way since its incepti

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Position Description State Chapter Leaders (SCLs) and state Executive Boards are tasked with engaging activists within their state in an effort to 1) support the national goals and advocacy campaigns of the National Atheist Party and 2) create and support state-specific goals and advocacy campaig

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"]There are many ways you can help out. The easiest way to find many of our open positions would be to check out the Available Openings on the NAP website. Contact your state party leadership as well and if they have any needs or openings. &nb

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[expand title="View Answer" rel="faq" swaptitle="close"]The very first action you should take is to register as a member of the National Atheist Party and let us know how you are willing to help.  You can quickly and conveniently do this with our handy online Membership Form. You should also join

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