Presidential Primary Project Intern
The AFSC Presidential Campaign Project will promote civic engagement during the period leading up to the 2016 NH Presidential Primary on corporate domination of US political life and its impact on shared security and economic health. The project will also support similar activity in Iowa during the same period and create resources which can be used by AFSC programs in other states.
This is a 9-month, paid, 20 hour/week position.
The key responsibilities of the position include the following:
Program Responsibilities may include:
Research campaign and lobbying practices of military contractors, private prison companies, and firms profiting from militarization of the US-Mexico border;
Research views of likely presidential candidates;
Network with other New Hampshire groups working on issues such as political reform, cutting military spending, and challenging corporate power.
Outreach to campus-based groups in New Hampshire;
Help produce radio shows on issues that should be addressed by presidential candidates;
Development of web-based resources for public education and civic engagement;
Support for AFSC internal communication, including with staff in Iowa; and
Other projects that emerge in the context of a dynamic, growing program.
To apply, send letter and resume by January 13, 2014 to email@example.com.
The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a 98 year old nonprofit organization dedicated to social justice, peace, humanitarian development, and nonviolent social change. The NH Program addresses issues related to economic justice, the well-being and rights of immigrants and refugees, and fostering a culture of peace and nonviolence.
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