The Tibetan Nuns Project is seeking a Project Administrator to provide administrative support to the Development Officer at their office in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle. For further information, please contact the Tibetan Nuns Project (www.tnp.org) at email@example.com.
The Community Bulletin Board is a new feature added to serve the greater Buddhist community.
This page of the News is designed to publicize items of interest and benefit to the Northwest Dharma community. Using it, both individuals and regional groups will be able to share information about job and volunteer opportunities, publicize needs and opportunities, locate and share resources, and more.
There will be a nominal service charge of $5 per item for Community Bulletin Board notices. The items published here will not be commercial in nature, nor will they advertise specific events or ongoing programs. Events listings will continue to be placed in the Calendar of Events section of the website. You can easily access the Calendar by clicking on the link at the top of the page.
If you would like to submit an item for publication in the March-April issue of the News, please send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. This service is available to Northwest Dharma Association Members only.
Northwest Dharma Association
305 Harrison Street (mailing address)
158 Thomas Street #17 (office)
Seattle, WA 98109
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Julie Welch, President
Clark Hansen (Jampel Gyatso), Vice-President
Dick O'Connor, Treasurer
Bill Hirsch, Secretary
Steve Wilhelm, Past President
Susan Andree (Shih Yung Hsi)
Kajira Wyn Berry
Lynne Conrad Marvet
Timothy O'Brien, Executive Director
David Forsythe, Office Manager
The Northwest Dharma Association is a voluntary membership organization of Buddhist temples, organizations, and informal groups in the greater Pacific Northwest. While the NWDA reserves the right to define what constitutes a Buddhist group for the purpose of membership qualification, our intention is to be an association open to all groups and individuals dedicated to Buddhist teaching and practice.
NWDA also serves as a clearinghouse of information about the Northwest Buddhist community. NWDA does not endorse or vouch for other organizations' events, practices, or projects that appear in the NWDA's printed or online calendars, directories, or articles.