Political Fellows are needed to support the work of the Political Director for up to 20 remote hours/week. This includes but is not limited to:
Compiling candidate resources.
Provide support with endorsement coordination (schedule endorsement interviews, document meeting minutes).
Assist with communications surrounding endorsement announcements.
Track and amplify current endorsed candidates’ campaign successes and needs.
Track and amplify alumni legislative successes.
Assist with Get Out the Vote efforts.
Organize and maintain candidate information files.
Provide general staff support.
Qualified candidates will have campaign or political experience, be proficient in Google Workspace, pay close attention to detail, and be motivated self starters. Preferred majors include Political Science, Women's Studies, Public Policy, Social Work, and Public Administration.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to: