206 Zulu hosts a variety of exciting events, programs and projects throughout the year. From volunteering, internships and partnerships, the success of 206 Zulu exists because of the incredible community support from people like you. Let us know if you’re interested in getting involved!
- Event / Project Organizing
- Performing Arts
- Graphic Arts
- Martial Arts / Security
- Writing / Journalism
Become part of a family and grassroots organization that is making a difference in your community.
Membership is open for anyone who believes in the mission of the organization and would like to become a contributing factor in help supporting the community. 206 Zulu is open to all people and does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, nationality, religion, class, gender, disability or otherwise.
Membership process is as follows:
- Complete and submit the online application.
- Attend a 206 Zulu Community Outreach / Orientation. Learn about the community service organization, it’s history, the Seattle chapter and more.
- You will be contacted with further instruction and information about membership. There is a one time membership fee and an annual suggested donation.
- You will participate as a provisional member at which point you will elect or be assigned a Zulu mentor who will be your personal contact and support.
- Study Zulu literature, Infinity Lessons and documents intrinsic to the organization.
- Attend mandatory monthly meetings, and committee meetings as elected.
- Volunteer and get involved in your areas of interest.
- Maintain communication, organization and consistent follow through.
- Your work and efforts will be evaluated by the 206 Zulu Board of Directors.
- If approved you will be invited to an induction ceremony during the 206 Zulu Anniversary which takes place on President’s Day weekend in February.
- You will receive your official Zulu beads and retain full rights as an active member.
Start your application here.
Interested in joining a committee or particular position? Apply here.
Note: You may only apply for 206 Zulu membership if you live in the State of Washington. If you live in a different State or Country, contact us and you will be connected with your area’s local Universal Zulu Nation chapter.