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We are excited that you are interested in working with us to achieve free college for all and build students' political power!

Check out our open job opportunities below:

LEAD CAMPUS ORGANIZER [GEORGIA, MICHIGAN, PENNSYLVANIA & WISCONSIN]

Full-time, Exempt, Regular; Must be located in the respective State

The Lead Campus Organizer (LCO) will be primarily responsible for the recruitment and management of Fellows and Volunteers, campus community engagement, and Rise event planning. Candidates should be able to offer ingenuity, creativity, nimbleness, and enthusiasm, with the desire to learn and contribute to a fast-paced, growing organizing program. Successful candidates will demonstrate the following core competencies: committed problem-solving, deep thinking, fearless creation, inquisitive learning, thoughtful communication, mindful collaboration, personal accountability, teamwork, and a commitment to actively prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion.

 

Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • Lead organizing and outreach efforts on campus including but not limited to tabling, canvassing, textbanking, attending/hosting events.
  • Create weekly plans in collaboration with the Deputy State Director.
  • Recruit and activate student volunteers and student storytellers on campus. 
  • Recruit and manage a team of fellows and volunteers; including providing frequent feedback, lead weekly check-ins and routine coaching.
  • Develop partnerships with campus organizations including actively participating in other organizations’ events.
  • Attend weekly mandatory meetings (i.e. State Meeting, Weekly Check In with Deputy State Director, etc.) and trainings.
  • Incorporate creative ideas into your organizing work including mandatory social media content creation and engagement to uplift Rise’s work on the ground.
  • Actively participate in and create content for all Rise social media platforms.
  • Achieve metrics set by national and state leadership.

 

Salary: The LCO position has a monthly salary of $4,000. Additional benefits offered to full-time employees include paid time off, sick leave, and health insurance.

 

Applications: 

[Apply for the Georgia Lead Campus Organizer]. Priority consideration will be given to candidates who live in or are willing to relocate to one of the following cities: Atlanta, Athens, Kennesaw, and Statesboro. See the full job description here

[Apply for the Michigan Lead Campus Organizer]. Priority consideration will be given to candidates who live in or are willing to relocate to one of the following cities: Ann Arbor, East Lansing, Detroit, and Allendale. See the full job description here.

[Apply for the Pennsylvania Lead Campus Organizer]. Priority consideration will be given to candidates who live in or are willing to relocate to one of the following cities: University Park, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia. See the full job description here

[Apply for the Wisconsin Lead Campus Organizer]. Priority consideration will be given to candidates who live in or are willing to relocate to one of the following cities: Madison, La Crosse, and Eau Claire. See the full job description here

 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. If you have any questions, please direct them to [email protected]

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