What is the Reform position on clergy officiating at the wedding of a Jew to a person brought up in a different faith?

I’m Jewish and my partner is not. We’d like to have a Jewish wedding and plan to raise a Jewish family. Will a Reform rabbi or cantor officiate at our wedding?  

One of the most important steps in planning a Jewish wedding is finding a rabbi or cantor to officiate. Most, but not all, Reform rabbis and cantors are happy to officiate for couples where just one partner is Jewish.  

Some clergy will officiate only for interfaith couples who are committed to being part of a Jewish community and raising any (future) children as Jewish. Other clergy have no such expectations.  

Many clergy recommend that the couple learn about Judaism together. One suggestion might be that the couple take an Introduction to Judaism class so they can make informed decisions about the Jewish practices they will incorporate into their household.