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Job Summary- Hardworking Florida Democrat seeks a Legislative Correspondent. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, processing constituent mail, researching and drafting correspondence, updating website issue pages and supporting the legislative staff with briefings and other assignments as needed. Qualified candidates will have excellent writing, analytical, research and communications skills, as well as knowledge of the iConstituent correspondence program. Applicants will have a flexible schedule and must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Salary is commensurate with experience. Hill experience is a must. Interested applicants should email a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Resume.FL20@mail.house.gov. No emails or phone calls.
Street Team Program Manager
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Rock the Vote (www.rockthevote.com) is seeking a Street Team Program Manager to direct our national volunteer program and bring an organizer’s mind and skills to all aspects of our work, including voter registration drives, our high school civics program (Democracy Class), issue advocacy work, and other cool stuff that arises. We are looking for a national street team manager who can cultivate and support committed volunteers who are (1) dedicated to and invested in the mission of RTV to register and empower young voters and (2) provided the tools to run successful, self-organized, RTV-branded events on a local level.
Qualified candidates should have experience working on political or issue campaigns, training and working with volunteers, and implementing volunteer management systems. Strong candidates will also have online organizing skills and familiarity with voter files and other databases. S/he should have management experience, superb written and inter-personal communication skills, and be passionate about using new technologies along with traditional techniques to support grassroots, volunteer-driven efforts to register and turn out young voters on campuses and in communities nationwide.
Cultivate, recruit, train, organize and support volunteer “Street Teams” in targeted areas and around events such as festivals, concert tours, and political activities
Support efforts to engage high school students who have been through RTV’s civics program (Democracy Class)
Recruit and manage participants in RTV’s DC Intern Program
Attend national partner meetings and work with state-based partner organizations to coordinate activities
Manage a national volunteer database
Communicate regularly with our target audiences, including past volunteers and interns, those who have signed up or contacted us to volunteer, and those who have self-organized RTV events locally
Present and publicize timely opportunities for volunteers to engage with RTV in their communities around our various programs, campaigns, and initiatives
Provide technical and tactical support, resources and ongoing assistance for voter registration drives and other self-organized events
Showcase and honor the work of volunteers, including managing promotions such as concert ticket giveaways and identifying volunteers to highlight on and contribute to RTV’s social media properties
Serve as point-of-contact for volunteers who have questions, concerns, or feedback for our national office
Provide weekly summary updates to senior staff
Assist in other on-going and periodic tasks as needed
3-5 years of political or grassroots organizing experience
Experience working with people, managing and training volunteers, and developing creative organizing tactics
Knowledge of and/or experience working in political and/or advocacy organizations
Proven and highly effective organizational and written/oral communication skills
Ability to multitask and shift priorities, as needed
Aptitude for working under tight deadlines
Commitment to the organizational mission in order to effectively promote and advance the goals of Rock the Vote
Desire to reach out to and mobilize new and creative partners
Ability to work autonomously
Commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits, including health and dental insurance, and a retirement plan.
Vice President of Civic Engagement
Please send resume, cover letter, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Street Team Program Manager” in the subject line.
This is a permanent position and the responsibilities will evolve and likely expand as Rock the Vote prepares for the 2012 election cycle. The position may require some travel and all candidates must be available to start by Monday, May 9th.
Rock the Vote is an equal opportunity employer.
About Rock the Vote:
Rock the Vote (RTV) is a national nonpartisan organization that seeks to engage and build political power for young people in order to achieve progressive change in our country. Founded twenty years ago at the intersection of popular culture and politics, Rock the Vote has registered more young people to vote than any other organization or campaign, including in the 2010 election cycle, when we generated 300,000 voter registration applications, engaged thousands of volunteers, and continued to provide information for young people to find out what they need to know before casting a ballot.
After years of declining participation at the polls, a new generation of young voters has arrived. Millions of new voters between the ages of 18 and 29 cast ballots in 2004, 2006, 2008, and most recently in 2010. Rock the Vote is dedicated to building on this momentum to empower the Millennial Generation by registering and turning out young people, forcing the candidates to campaign to issues important to young people, and making politicians pay attention to youth and the issues they care about once in office.
209 pennsylvania avenue se washington dc 20003
ph 202.454.5262 fx 202.546.4551
Molly Allen Associates, a Democratic consulting firm in Washington, D.C.,
specializing in Congressional incumbent and candidate fundraising, is seeking a
recent college graduate for an entry-level fundraising assistant position.
This person will play an important role by providing administrative support to the
entire office and serving as an assistant to the principal as well as participating in
all fundraising activities, including donor relations and special events. Applicants
should possess a professional demeanor, the ability to multi-task and a high level
• Maintain PAC and individual donor files in office database (NGP),
including updating contact information, entering client call notes and
• Process pledges and contributions
• Prepare acknowledgment letters along with any other correspondence
• Create fundraising reports in NGP and other database reports as needed
• Conduct research on prospective PAC and individual donors
• Maintain guest lists, coordinate event logistics, work with event hosts and
other duties as assigned for fundraising events
• Maintain relationships with donors via phone and email
• Design invitations for fundraising events
• Answer and field incoming calls
• Run errands for clients and office
• Bachelor's degree
• Entry-level position: 6-12 months political fundraising experience preferred
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required; experience
with NGP Software preferred
• Ability to communicate information concisely and effectively, both verbally
and in writing
• Ability to organize and prioritize work
• Ability to work independently with little supervision
• A commitment through the 2012 election cycle is required
Please submit cover letter, resume and three references no later than
Friday, April 22nd at 5:00 PM to email@example.com.
Finance Director Needed in Hampton Roads, VA-ASAP
In Virginia there are no campaign contribution limits.
The finance director is responsible for the development and execution
of the campaign fundraising plan. The Finance Director is responsible
for writing and implementing the campaign finance plan, and working
with the candidate, campaign manager and other campaign staff to
ensure that finance goals are met. The ideal finance director
candidate will be extremely organized, have experience working with
NGP software and will have a minimum of one cycle of strong finance
experience as a finance director, finance assistant or call time
Large donor, PAC, call-time, low donor and developing and carrying out
finance plans are the bulk of the duties.
You will be on the ground with the campaign. Experience in Virginia
is a plus. Reliable transportation is required. Competitive pay.
Interested applicants should email a short cover letter & resume with
references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership Center for the Common Good
11 Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 240
Washington, DC 20036
Ohio Lead Organizer
The Leadership Center for the Common Good is a new national training and
support center for
1. Common Good works with a range of community-based and grassroots
organizations on an array of social justice issues, ranging from living wage
jobs to immigrants rights, from
environmental justice/green jobs to education reform. Common Good is hiring
an Ohio-based Lead Organizer
to build organizing campaigns and grassroots organization in the state.
The position requires significant experience in community or labor
organizing and will call upon the
skills and passion of a first-rate organizer and strategist. This position
will require the ability to build world
class organizing programs at multiple levels and to provide overall
leadership to a project. Potential areas of
Building powerful local, state, or national (from Ohio, working with
organizations in other states) issue
campaigns on issues like education, economic justice, housing, immigration,
Building new, powerful community organizations in priority communities;
Organizational development including leadership development, board
development, oversight of
operations, development of non-organizing program (e.g. communications).
Ideal attributes of an applicant include:
At least five years experience in community, labor, or grassroots electoral
Experience training and supervising community, labor, or electoral
Preference for experience with grassroots, individual or foundation
Preference for excellent writing and communications skills.
Position based in Cleveland or Columbus, OH.
Send resumes to
1 Common Good began operations in July 2010. We haven't published our
website yet, so you won't find much background online,
but we're happy to send you some background materials.
Job - Research and Data Director, Women's Voices. Women Vote
Apr 20 10:56AM -0400 ^
Women’s Voices. Women Vote (WVWV) conducts randomized controlled experiments
to develop best practices in voter participation among traditionally
under-represented citizens. Our focus is on the Rising American Electorate
(RAE) – unmarried women, people of color and youth. We run research and
metrics based registration and turnout programs. We are one of the premier
organizations in the civic engagement community to advance metrics based
approaches to the work of voter participation. We are focused on the Rising
American Electorate because they are now the majority of all citizens in the
U.S.: They are under-represented in the electorate and public policy
debates; and marital status, race and age are among the top five
determinants of voter participation. WVWV has a sister organization, Women’s
Voices Women’s Vote Action Fund (WVWVAF), which conducts experiments and
runs programs to inform and persuade voters on key public policy issues as
well as candidate and issue education.
The Research and Data Director will be enthusiastic about research
methodologies, especially experiments, and will be entrepreneurial and
The Research and Data Director will:
• Conduct statistical analysis of WVWV program results, validate models and
otherwise pursue research issues on the performance of WVWV programs
• Develop procedures and protocols to insure the quality of data analysis at
• Monitor quality control for all list selects and data transactions
• Work with the larger strategic team to help Identify the most important
research needs and work with partner organizations to encourage
collaboration and coordination.
• Aggregate and track research experiments and prepare summaries of those
being done across the progressive and civic engagement communities as well
as what is learned from them.
• Experience with sample design, including sample size calculation,
randomization, power calculation, and pulling lists based on complicated
• Work with development team to develop financial support for WVWV and
WVWVAF continued work
• Significant statistical skills; the ability to perform basic data analysis
from the following data bases )1) WVWV program data; (2) Census Data; (3)
Survey research data and; (4) other public sources of data
• Ability to supervise and coordinate data processes for program
implementation, from developing – in coordination with the Program Director
– the list select memos, experiments within programs, list randomization,
application of various models, etc.
• Ability to perform quality control checks with WVWV and WVWVAF
programmatic data and understand how to secure it in real time.
• Work with team of consultants to design, evaluate and implement programs
as well as survey and focus group research
• Experience/working knowledge of statistics and the methodology of
political experiments and measurement.
• Experience working on or with political campaigns
• Academic training in relevant field.
• Excellent written skills and the ability to write and edit educational
documents summarizing complex subject matters in a simple way
• Comfortable in both academic and campaign environments
• Excellent verbal and presentation skills
• Ability to work well under tight deadlines
• Detail oriented and highly organized.
Salary is commensurate with experience. WVWV is an Equal Opportunity
Joe Trippi & Associates is seeking a tech-savvy Associate
Apr 19 10:44AM -0700 ^
Joe Trippi & Associates is seeking a tech-savvy Associate to serve as
an Account Manager for Democratic political campaigns as well as bi-
partisan and non-partisan causes.
- Day-to-day management of clients;
- Development and execution of online strategies including
social network and blog outreach, email communications, fundraising,
online advertising, and management of developers for online projects;
- Assistance with the production of TV and radio ads;
- 3 to 8 years of experience in political communications or a
similar field, with at least 2 years in a client-facing role (please
do not include internships);
- Strong understanding of social media and online
- Strong writing skills;
- Strong interest in and understanding of US politics;
- Ability to multi-task and thrive in a high-paced environment;
- Flexible schedule and ability to travel as necessary;
- Familiarity with basic HTML and Content Management Systems
(Wordpress, Joomla, etc.) or ability to pick up these skills very
Bonus points for CSS, Photoshop and/or Final Cut Pro skills.
Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience and skill-set, plus
annual bonus. Health insurance provided.
Joe Trippi & Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to
age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation,
disability, or veteran status.
To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to
eva(at)joetrippi.com. Please include “Associate” in the subject line.
Title: Major Gifts Program Associate Status: Exempt
Reports To: Sr. Vice President for Development
Positions Reporting To This Position: None
The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) works to turn environmental values into national priorities. To secure the environmental future of our planet, LCV's mission is to advocate for sound environmental policies, to elect pro-environmental candidates who will adopt and implement such policies and to provide the state LCVs with the resources and tools to accomplish and sustain their mission. The Major Gifts Program Associate works with the SVP of Development and members of the Major Gifts Team to implement high donor mail, online and personal solicitation program strategies and to support the Special Events program.
Mail Program and Environmental Majority Council
* Work with the SVP of Development to manage preparation, production and personalization of all high donor in-house mailings to $1,000+ contributors: develop mail schedules, help craft message, route copy, coordinate production, review mailing list pulls, and track and analyze results.
* Liaise with program staff to obtain up to date program materials and information to incorporate in high donor mail program.
* Maintain and update high donor mail binder, including associated expenses.
* Coordinate Environmental Majority Council benefit program and activities including coordination of quarterly high donor conference call briefings, production, and mailing of invitations to major donors, compiling RSVPs, development of agenda, and follow-up activities.
* Draft, format, and send high donor emails.
Personal Solicitation Program
* Update, maintain, and analyze high donor income projections and results: update spreadsheet of projections, determine changes to revenue allocation and projections, and prepare accurate weekly printout for high donor program meetings.
* Work with Director of Database Management and Development Operations to ensure accurate uploading and tracking of major donor revenue, mail results, and staff call assignments.
* Coordinate and manage pulls for weekly list review meetings.
* Route, edit, and mail high donor correspondence in coordination with Major Gift Officers.
* Conduct research on current and prospective donors and prepare donor briefings as needed.
* Work with Development Assistant to update donor briefing materials and coordinate production of donor packets for meetings.
* Prepare call sheets as necessary for President and Senior Staff.
* Assist the SVP of Development, and members of the Major Gift team with donor stewardship and solicitation strategies; make calls to donors and draft donor correspondence.
* Coordinate engagement of senior staff in high donor fundraising efforts, as needed.
* Answer inquiries from Environmental Majority Council donors and add information pertaining to inquiries to donor database.
* Work with Major Gifts and Special Events Manager to coordinate major donor receptions, house parties, and bundling events.
* Participate in weekly check-ins, Major Gift Team meetings, Development Division meetings, and other strategy meetings as required.
* Other duties as assigned.
* Work with the Major Gifts and Special Events Manager to coordinate logistics for fundraising events, including event timelines, registration, tracking expenses and revenue, catering, etc.
* Coordinate communications for events, including host committee letters, invitations (both e-mail and hardcopy), RSVPs, reminders, special guest outreach, and post-event follow up.
* Work with the Major Gifts and Special Events Manager and the Director of Database Management and Development Operations to coordinate event mail pulls.
* Conduct event list segmentation, review and cleanup for all event mailings.
* Serve as point person for event invitees, hosts and vendors.
* Helps coordinate event seating process.
* Update special event acknowledgement language.
* Assist with the maintenance of the event web pages and online event donation forms.
* Education: College degree required.
* Work experience: Two years fundraising, preferably major gift and/or special events related.
* Skills: Fundraising database experience preferred; Experience in using MS Word, Excel and database software required; Strong written and verbal communication skills required; Knowledge of diverse groups, working with a multicultural workforce and sensitivity to and appreciation of cultural differences is required; Clear understanding of, and commitment to LCV's mission and goals.
To Apply: Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com
League of Conservation Voters is an equal opportunity employer
Job Announcement—Immediate Openings!
Title: Regional Field Director
Location: Multiple Locations Across Wisconsin
Reports to: Field & Program Director
Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience, generous benefits
Job Description: Advancing Wisconsin Regional Director
Advancing Wisconsin is hiring experienced campaign organizers for full-
time, short-term supervisory positions beginning immediately. We seek
self-starters and highly motivated team players who can succeed in a
fast-paced political environment. Regional directors are responsible
for overseeing and directing all aspects of a large issue-based voter
contact canvass, including:
· Recruiting and training field canvassers from the local community
· Motivating and managing the work of a team of hardworking campaign
· Tracking and reporting daily canvass numbers
· Organizing campaign events
· Previous field campaign or organizing experience
· Previous supervisory experience and strong managerial skills
· Dedicated to working for progressive change
· Highly organized, goal-oriented, and able to work independently
· Able to meet strict deadlines while operating in a high pressure,
fast paced environment
· Ability to motivate a team through challenges and maintain
· Ability to solve problems on the run
· Ability to coordinate with partners
· Must be willing to work long, irregular hours, including evenings
· Current valid United States driver's license and access to a vehicle
for use in the course of performing the job
About Advancing Wisconsin
Advancing Wisconsin (AW) was founded in 2008 and serves as the direct
voter contact organization at the America Votes table and is a
clearinghouse for statewide field organizing activities. AW designs
and conducts statewide contact programs to ensure our state's
residents are educated on important public policy issues, the
positions of public officials on those issues and, in some instances,
electoral activities. AW also provides assistance to other
progressive organizations to carry out their own grassroots programs.
In 2010, AW executed 46 distinct programs around the state, one of the
most complex and comprehensive voter contact programs in the country.
AW achieved 1.3 million pre-GOTV and 1.7 million GOTV voter contact
attempts, and collected 3.5 million pieces of data that will inform
future programming for AW and our progressive partners.
How to Apply / Contact
To apply, please send a resume, list of references, and a one-page
cover letter detailing your qualifications to the Advancing Wisconsin
Field Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include
"Regional Director Application” in the subject line. Applications are
due no later than Friday, April 29, 2011. No phone calls, please.
Topic: DCCC Northeast Finance Director
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is hiring for the
Northeast Finance Director position.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (“DCCC”) serves as the
official national Democratic campaign committee charged with
recruiting, assisting, funding, and electing Democrats to the U. S.
House of Representatives. We provide services ranging from designing
and helping to execute field operations, polling, creating radio and
television commercials, fundraising, communications and management
consulting. The DCCC is supported by the contributions of individuals
and other groups throughout the country.
Northeast Finance Director
Specific Responsibilities Include:
* Leads the day to day fundraising operation for the Northeast
region; focusing on New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island,
Massachusetts, New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
* Oversees all events conducted in the Northeast region.
* Works with Members of Congress as well as the donor community in
the NE region.
* Prepare donor meeting and event materials as necessary.
* Other duties as needed.
* Two previous cycles of Northeast political fundraising
experience is required. Please do not apply if you do not have this
* NGP experience is required.
* Travel is required for this position.
* Ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects at once.
* Desire to work in a fast-paced environment.
If you meet these requirements, please e-mail your resume and cover
letter to NEDemocratFinance@gmail.com. No phone calls please.
The DCCC prohibits discrimination of employment, promotion,
compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment on the
basis of gender, disability, race, age, national origin, color, creed,
sexual orientation, sex (including marital and parental status),
gender identity and expression, religion, economic status, ethnic
identity, veteran’s status, or any other basis prohibited by
applicable law. This policy covers all programs, services, policies,
and procedures of the DCCC, including opportunity for employment and
treatment as a DCCC employee. The DCCC is an equal opportunity
employer and will comply with all applicable laws prohibiting
discrimination in employment.
This summer, work with Grassroots Campaigns to End Poverty and Advance
Right now our country is facing some unprecedented problems:
environmental degradation, massive global poverty, and ongoing civil
Grassroots Campaigns is currently partnering with some of the
country’s leading advocacy and humanitarian organizations to help
create positive change.
This summer, we will be working with groups like Amnesty International
on the fight for human rights and the American Civil Liberties Union
to protect our constitution. We also work with Oxfam to fight poverty
and the ASPCA to stop cruelty to animals.
We're currently hiring students to work full-time this summer
advocating for progressive causes.
Apply online at www.GrassrootsCampaigns.com
or call Riley at 1-800-455-8555
Locations include: Berkeley, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Indianapolis,
Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York, Pasadena, Philadelphia,
Sacramento, San Diego, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Seattle, and
National Summer Recruitment
Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, DC (PPMW)
be asked to extend the position into the fall to complete projects. The
intern will work closely with the Associate Director of Special Events and
the Development Department. The position will be located in downtown DC
office (but interns may be asked to work on projects at other sites form
time to time).
This internship will require 15 hours of work per week (*must be available
on Mondays*). A stipend will be available.
- Serve as volunteer and onsite coordinator for PPMW activities at the
Montgomery County Thrift Shop
- Coordinate recruitment effort and outreach for volunteers in other PPMW
- Update volunteer descriptions and application form as necessary
- Send periodical email solicitations to PPMW supporters to recruit
- Track requests for volunteer opportunities
- Write column about volunteers for quarterly PPMW newsletter
- Participate as needed in community, departmental or committee
- Other duties as assigned
- Commitment to the mission and goals of Planned Parenthood of
- Ability to work as a team member as well as independently.
- Ability to perform comfortably in a deadline-oriented work environment.
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Should be creative and have the ability to put their ideas into action.
- Ability to communicate with others from a varied background of age,
race, culture, education and economics.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com and include
“Internship Application” in the subject line.
SEIU-UHW CAMPAIGN COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALISTS
SEIU-UHW members have an ambitious plan that includes committing our
union to improving healthcare quality and outcomes, lowering cost and
expanding access and providing a platform for healthcare providers to
advocate for a more just healthcare system. We are looking for both
experienced, senior-level and junior communications staff to work on
exciting campaigns in Los Angeles.
• Create communications strategies, budgets, messaging documents and
• Write, edit and produce direct mail, flyers, brochures and other
• Write, edit and distribute press releases, letters to the editor and
• Make outreach calls to reporters and cultivate relationships with
• Train workers and staff to be effective media spokespeople;
• Write, edit and produce newspaper and radio ads and other paid
• Conceptualize, shoot and edit videos or coordinate with outside
video vendors on video projects;
• Work with designers to create and maintain campaign websites, text
messaging, social networking and other new media;
• Create effective messaging and concepts for signage and promotional
• Excellent ability to work closely with a team, accommodate requests
from team members, and assimilate input from multiple sources.
• Excellent inter-personal skills, an enthusiastic attitude and a
commitment to contribute to a positive work environment.
• An ability and commitment to modeling pro-active leadership behavior
• The ability, experience, energy and enthusiasm to take
responsibility for whole communications campaigns and pro-actively see
each component through to a successful conclusion.
• Deep commitment to the labor movement and progressive causes.
• Excellent visual, written and verbal communications skills.
• BA or higher.
• At least 2 years experience working in communications for
progressive political campaigns, non-profit organization or union.
• Proficiency in Word and Excel.
• Experience with design programs, shooting and editing video and
taking good quality photos preferred.
• Must thrive in an environment with tight deadlines, changing
priorities, high-pressure and irregular hours.
SEIU-UHW is an affirmative action employer; women and people of color
are strongly encouraged to apply.
Send cover letter, resume and references: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference “Communications Specialist” in subject line.
The Office of Congressmember Karen Bass (CA-33) seeks motivated full time unpaid interns for the entire month of May and most of June 2011 in Washington, DC. This is an ideal internship for candidates interested in learning about the legislative process, passionate about social and economic justice, and committed to public service. Responsibilities include drafting constituent letters, tracking bills, conducting legislative research, drafting statements, assisting with social media, sorting mail, answering incoming calls, and contributing to daily office operations. Ideal candidates are mature, detail-oriented, and motivated. Candidates should also possess an ability to prioritize multiple tasks under tight deadlines, work well with others, and have a good sense of humor. Bilingual Spanish and Korean speakers are encouraged to apply. Graphic design skills are a plus. Interested candidates should send a resume, a cover letter detailing interest in working for Representative Karen Bass, and a writing sample to Jenny Wood at email@example.com. Please include the dates and times of availability.
Congressman Robert A. Brady is seeking current college students or recent graduates for a Summer Internship in his Washington, DC office. Applicants should be dependable, driven, and organized with a strong academic background and interest in the legislative process. Daily duties include attending briefings and hearings, answering phones, sorting mail, drafting constituent correspondence, and assisting the legislative staff with research. While the internship is unpaid, it offers the Intern valuable experience in a Congressional office and the opportunity to expand your network on Capitol Hill. Please send a resume and cover letter to Shervan.Sebastian@mail.house.gov with the subject line: Summer 2011 Internship Application.
Democratic Caucus Seeks Qualified Candidates for immediate Full-time Internship Opportunities
The Democratic Caucus of the US House of Representatives seeks qualified candidates for full-time internships.
Successful applicants will be bright, highly motivated and have strong academic records as well as an interest in public policy. Interns will be directly engaged with the Caucus’ work and will perform a variety of duties that are essential to the office. These range from administrative duties such as answering phones, data entry, giving tours of the Capitol to assisting the staff in a variety of functions such as attending hearings and briefings, performing research and helping organize the Caucus’ many events.
Excellent writing skills and a good sense of humor are desired. Candidates must be flexible and capable of working in an unpredictable, fast-paced environment.
All undergraduate-level students as well as recent graduates are eligible to apply.
In order to apply for a House Democratic Caucus Internship, please submit the following:
· Cover Letter, Résumé, and availability
· Writing Sample of approximately 3 pages (your own words, unedited)
· 2 References (please provide both the phone and email contact information)
Please send completed application materials via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Democratic Digital Media firm seeks hard-working, creative interns to
assist in content production and management.
Responsibilities will include researching and filtering content
relating to issues or individuals, managing web production schedules,
social media monitoring, rapid response, and miscellaneous
administrative and office tasks. Experience in Democratic politics or
on campaigns, html/css proficiency, and Photoshop or Final Cut Pro
skills all big pluses.
F/T or P/T
To apply send cover letter & resume to email@example.com