Current Job Openings:

Tribal College 2021 Organizing Fellowship

Rise invites fellowship applications from students in all disciplines from Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs). The ultimate goal of the Rise Fellowship is to help students devote 15 weeks of the fall semester to organizing for greater TCU funding. Fellow activities will include but not be limited to, building partnerships with state and student organizations, using creative online tactics to recruiting attendees to our organizing events, and organizing students to make phone calls into congressional and state house offices voicing support.

Rise Fellows will work up to 15 hours per week and earn $15 per hour, with a flexible schedule that they can set around other work, academic, or family obligations. This position is available to any currently enrolled TCU student, and no previous political or organizing experience is required. Students will succeed in this role if they are ambitious, creative, and persistent.

We thank you in advance for your application, and look forward to reading them! Applications will be read on a rolling basis, so please apply ASAP. Please email Valentina Merdanian at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.

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Fall 2021 Organizing Fellowship

We are hiring community college students to lead organizing efforts to advocate for the passage of free college legislation in Congress and begin registering students to vote. We are looking to hire students primarily in MI, WI, GA, PA, WV & AZ.

Organizing will include but not be limited to, building partnerships with state and student organizations, using creative online tactics to recruit attendees to our organizing events, and organizing students to make phone calls into congressional and state house offices voicing support.

Fellows will work up to 20 hours per week and earn $15 per hour, and will have a flexible schedule that they can set around other work, academic, or family obligations. This position is available to any currently enrolled college student, and no previous political or organizing experience is required. Students will succeed in this role if they are ambitious, creative, and persistent.

We thank you in advance for your application, and look forward to reading them! Applications will be read on a rolling basis, so please apply ASAP. Please email Israel Molina at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.

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Manager of Tribal College & Indigenous Student Organizing

Rise is recruiting for a new position, our Manager of Tribal College & Indigenous Student Organizing. Indigenous students and Tribal Colleges and Universities receive inequitable resources from federal and state governments, and the goal of this program is to deliver policy changes that make higher education affordable and equitable for Indigenous people. The Manager will recruit, hire, and train cohorts of Indigenous students and youth to lead advocacy and organizing programs focused on college affordability. The Manager will also create partnerships with student groups, Indigenous-led organizations, Tribal nations, and lead outreach to elected and appointed officials. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and we encourage you to apply as soon as possible. Please direct questions or concerns about the position to [email protected]

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