Campaign Internships

The Campaign Internship is designed to give students substantial, meaningful exposure to local politics with both strategic and hands-on roles. This is a great opportunity to help a first-time candidate run and win in a new way, and be part of developing a strategy for other young progressive candidates. The Internship offers a unique opportunity to:
·  Work closely with a team of passionate, innovative young political leaders
·  Gain first-hand campaign strategy and management experience and develop knowledge and skills across multiple strategic and operational specific areas
·  Engage and network with business, political, nonprofit, and community leaders and groups

We are looking for  proven leaders on their campuses and in their communities who are committed, like Alex, to building a system that gives people real choices and holds our elected leaders accountable. Strong candidates will be smart, driven, and creative students interested in deepening their understanding of and engagement in local politics and civic, political, and other forms of leadership.

Sessions

·  Summer Session: Early May - Mid-August
·  Fall Session: Late August - Mid-December

Schedule

The standard Campaign Internship is a full-time, on-site, 10- or 12-week position. However, in an effort to make the internship inclusive and accessible, the campaign will work with interns to accommodate other obligations and constraints through a variety of scheduling and logistical options:
·  Fixed or Flexible Schedule
·  Full-, Part-, or Flex-Time
·  On-Site, Remote, or Blended
·  10/12-week or 4/6-week term