Ashram Greeter

Sikh Dharma of Southern California
December 12, 2017
Job Type
Hours per week
5 to 30
Start Date
Company Location
Los Angeles, CA


Guru Ram Das Ashram is looking for part-time greeters to help visitors and promote a cleanly, uplifting, and peaceful environment for our Gurdwara.  Flexible hours and rewarding work.  Come be part of history; this is where Kundalini Yoga in the West began!


Yogi Bhajan came to the USA in 1968 after a brief stay in Canada.  Some of the first classes he taught in Los Angeles were at the East West Cultural Center and then at an antique store in Hollywood. He acquired the building at 1620 Preuss in March of 1972. During those early years he lived in the garage at the rear of the property and taught as many as three classes a day in the ashram.
Thousands of hours of classes, chanting, prayers, and meditations have created an energy and vibration at Guru Ram Das Ashram which can bless and heal all those who come.  It is truly a blessing to be able to serve such a place.


Greeters at Guru Ram Das Ashram are responsible for holding the space at our Gurdwara and should be committed to serving the legacy of Sikh Dharma in the Western Hemisphere.  Greeters will spend their time helping visitors, answering phone calls, maintaining the physical environment of the Ashram, and supporting the variety of programs that happen daily at the Ashram.
Greeters work to embody the highest projection of grace and selfless service (seva).  We are looking for people who can communicate effectively by living the words of Yogi Bhajan “simple, straight, and with a smile”. If you are punctual, sociable, and love to serve - we want to meet you!


  • Greeters start at $10.50/hour
  • Flexible hours
  • Work in a historic, spiritually uplifting environment
  • Deepen your understanding of Sikh Dharma


Please email Tej Mohan Singh at with a paragraph or two of why you want to work at Guru Ram Das Ashram to start the application process.

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