Team Underwood is building a grassroots movement and we need your help. We need skilled organizers who are interested in applying their talents and learning new skills to help us re-elect Congresswoman Underwood.
The position will run from September 15th to November 8th. Internships are paid and require a minimum hourly commitment of 20 hours per week. Work hours will include evenings and weekends.
Interns will play a key role in helping us build the grassroots organization we need to win in 2022. You will participate in campaign training, receive structured coaching and support, and work closely with staff to implement our plan to persuade and mobilize Democratic voters.
As an Organizing Intern, you will:
- Recruit, train and manage volunteers
- Secure voter commitments for Lauren Underwood by attending community events, tabling and other tactics
- Be the face of the campaign on your campus
- Register students to vote
- Host and plan events on campus
- Meet voter contact and capacity building goals
- Use digital tools to engage new volunteers, expand the electorate, and highlight our work on the ground
Top things we’re looking for:
- Strong commitment to Democratic politics and ideals and enthusiasm for re-electing Lauren Underwood
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Goals-oriented and self-disciplined; able to meet tight deadlines and multitask
- Willing to learn campaign technology including Google Sheets and Votebuilder
- Good sense of humor and ability to adapt to a fast paced, changing work environment
- Availability to work non-traditional hours, including evenings and weekends
- A valid driver’s license with reliable, insured motor vehicle, a cell phone, and laptop
If interested, please submit an application using the link below. Applications close on 9/2.
If you’re looking to help Team Underwood but the logistics of this program don’t work for you, sign up to volunteer by clicking here.
We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status. Applicants of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.