Feminist Jobs & Internships
|Job Title:||Paid 2013 Spring Fellowship|
|Organization:||Progressive Change Campaign Committee|
|Description:||The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is now accepting applications for its Spring 2013 Paid Fellowship program!
Are you ready to change American politics? We're inviting folks with a strong sense of social and economic justice to apply now for our spring fellowship program. Fellows take responsibility for their own, innovative projects, matched to their unique skill sets and interests. As a Fellow, you could work with our online organizing team to run cutting-edge campaigns; help organize local events and work in the field with our amazing volunteers; learn the nuts and bolts of development and fundraising; produce and edit videos that will be broadcast to a national audience; or work alongside our research engineers to create next generation campaign technology.
These are full-time, paid positions. The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) is a virtual work environment, so fellows can be based anywhere. PCCC is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color, members of the LGBT community, and others are strongly encouraged to apply.
In general, we look for competent, politically aware, progressive people for fellowships. Some specific experience and skills we're looking for include:
- Strong writing
- New media: social media & managing email streams web designers who are fluent in Flash, jQuery, & CSS, programmers/coders press/media video editing/production online ads online organizing compliance/finance fundraising/development
Apply online (http://act.boldprogressives.org/signup/fellowship/?source=feminist). If you want to work with the finance, video or technology teams, please indicate relevant experience and skills in your application.
The deadline for spring fellowship applications is December 15, 2012. The fellowship is a 3-month term, and will run throughout the spring.
About the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC):
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) is an organization of nearly 1 million members that builds long-term progressive power. We elect bold candidates to Congress and mobilize around legislative priorities like health care, Wall Street reform, and protecting Social Security and Medicare. The Nation magazine awarded us "Most Valuable Campaign of 2011" for our campaign to draft Elizabeth Warren into the Massachusetts Senate race. In the 2012 elections, over 30 PCCC-endorsed candidates won their state or federal races, thanks to the efforts of our members and staff.