The Anthroposophical Society in America (US) is seeking a Director of Programs to start immediately. The Director will serve as part of the Society’s Leadership Team and will be responsible for nurturing the social fabric of the Anthroposophical Society in America (ASA). The Director of Programs will maintain and develop programs that engage members, as well as an ever-widening, and sometimes international audience. Programs are primarily educational and social, and can range from furthering self-development, to celebrating festivals, to exploring a wide range of topics of interest to members, and beyond. Programs are in-person and online, and include a podcast series titled The Anthroposopher.
The Anthroposophical Society is seeking an entrepreneurial, relationship-centered individual with a minimum of five years in anthroposophically-inspired (or related) program creation and implementation. The candidate can work from their current location, though the main office is in Ann Arbor, MI. The Society is expecting to diversify both its staff and board. While the Society’s origins are in Europe, the Society in the US has an important role to play in furthering the social and spiritual mission of the United States toward a more just society.
About the Anthroposophical Society
The Anthroposophical Society in America is a US 501c3 non-profit corporation. Our mission is to support and further the work of Rudolf Steiner in the US. Through our programs and activities, we cultivate contemplative and meditative research into spiritual facets of the human being and the world, as well as their practical and social applications.
We are a public membership organization that fosters self-development and inspired social engagement. Current membership numbers over 4,000 in the US and is organized in regional branches and initiative groups. The US Society is part of the worldwide General Anthroposophical Society whose center is at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland.
The Anthroposophical Society in America is founded on contemplative research practices and pioneered by Rudolf Steiner, who founded the General Anthroposophical Society. We are the connecting entity for practical work that has been developed in such fields as education, agriculture, medicine, the arts, natural sciences, economics, and more. We are an open association of people interested in nurturing the life of the soul, both in the individual, and in society. Anthroposophy is a discipline of research as well as a path of knowledge, service, personal growth, and social engagement.
ASA on the internet:
www.anthroposophy.org & www.rudolfsteiner.org & www.appliedanthroposophy.org