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Thu Aug 30, 2018 - Wed Aug 07, 2019


4001 9th Ave NESeattle, WA 98105
QuEST Fellows discuss the program themes of social justice, community, simplicity, and spirituality during orientation.


The QuEST program is looking for six young adults to live together in community while serving for a year at social service and social change agencies in Seattle, Washington. Potential site placements include:

  • Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (Spanish fluency required)
  • Washington Low-Income Housing Alliance
  • Friends of the Children
  • REACH, Evergreen Treatment Services
  • 21 Progress

Placements are made through a matching process between applicant skills and interests and agency needs. In addition to excellent housing, QuEST Fellows receive a communal food allowance, cost of utilities, health care expense fund, a bus pass, a modest personal stipend, and mentorship and support during their year of service.

We seek applicants from a wide range of backgrounds, international volunteers, and people of any (or no) spiritual affiliation. QuEST Fellows must be committed to cooperative living, service, and social justice. Most of our placement sites require a college degree. A one-year commitment is required, starting just before Labor Day and ending the following August.


  • Organization
  • People Skills
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Social Work
  • Community Outreach
  • Advocacy

Good Match For


Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 40 hours/week for 50 weeks
  • Community living (housing provided)

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