Do you have what it takes to be executive director of the Nevada ACLU? It's based in Las Vegas and this chapter is dedicated to defending the whole Bill of Rights (even No. 2!):
Imagine working on legal observing with the organizers of Burning Man, a famous experimental art festival in the Black Rock Desert. Imagine advocating for an Elvis impersonator's right to perform for tourists on the Strip. Imagine consulting with criminal justice reform groups, gun rights activists, and LGBT community advocates all in one day. Nevada is a patchwork quilt of diverse communities, histories, and ideologies, and the ACLU travels among them regularly, always guided by the constitutional principles at the core of our mission.
Hat tip to UNLV's and Wilson Quarterly's Stephen Bates, who writes, "It's an interesting ACLU chapter (pro-Second Amendment rights) in an interesting place (fairly libertarian state, but casinos don't cotton to the First Amendment)."