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Digital marketing / social media consultant
We are looking for assistance with digital marketing and social media messaging and advertising. Love to talk to folks this weekend who might be able to help!
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Campus Vote Project Outreach and Comms Director
Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project
Campus Vote Project (CVP) was launched in 2012 by Fair Elections Center to expand our work on student voting issues.  We work with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. CVP helps campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote.

CVP seeks to hire an outreach and communications director.  The outreach and communications director will lead our efforts in reaching and engaging new partners, college administrators and faculty, and students across the country. They will also play a key role in strategizing and working with Fair Elections Center’s communication and policy manager to implement a 2020 communications plan for CVP.

Key Responsibilities
-Develop a 2020 communications and outreach strategy for Campus Vote Project that broadens our reach and deepens our relationships with core colleges and universities, state and national partners, and students
-Maintain our Salsa database and send regular emails to CVP members, Voter Friendly Campuses, and our state and national partners.
-Coordinate social media campaigns across multiple platforms, and run election-based ads around registration deadlines and election dates.
-Work with state staff to develop and implement state-specific communications strategies including developing social media, partner emails, and uplifting success stories.
-Support maintenance for the Campus Vote Project website including updating information, writing blog posts, and creating new content.
-Identify state and national press opportunities such as tracking voting rights new, submitting op-eds, and writing LTEs where fitting.
-Manage the production and updating of resources and materials for CVP’s staff and partners, such as the Student Voter Engagement Handbook and bi-annual Voter Friendly Campus Report

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Campus Vote Project Wisconsin Stare Coordinator
Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project
Position Description
Campus Vote Project seeks a State Coordinator for Wisconsin.  The State Coordinator is a key member of our team. They are charged with managing and strengthening existing relationships with campus administration and faculty leadership and establishing new, lasting relationships with campuses to carry out our goals (stated below).  They also supervise “Democracy Fellows,” student positions committed to carrying out democratic engagement programs on their campuses. Democracy Fellows coordinate with administration and faculty, helping organize student voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout activities.  
Goals of the Program:
• Engage campuses at an institutional level to help create nonpartisan democratic engagement programs in 2019 and 2020 that promote voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, and foster student leadership across the entire campus community.
• Provide campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership with accurate nonpartisan information on the voting process and elections through trainings, materials, and one-on-one support.
• Ensure campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership conduct comprehensive voter engagement programs and begin institutionalizing and cultivating a long-term culture of democratic engagement on their campuses.
• Implement CVP’s program with approximately 15 campus partners and 12-20 Democracy Fellows across Wisconsin.
• Coordinate with CVP’s coalition partners also conducting nonpartisan civic engagement programs on campuses.  
• Engage with coalition partners, make CVP materials and resources available to partners, and foster greater administrator/institutional-level engagement of these partners’ programs.
• Complete progress reports highlighting sharable best practices and lessons learned for other institutions and conduct an evaluation of all efforts throughout and at the end of 2020.
• Organize an annual summit to bring together campus partners
VoteRiders National Campus Coordinator
VoteRiders is a national nonpartisan 501c3 focused on voter ID education and assistance. The NCC will be in charge of organizing, implementing & increasing the productivity of our national and state-based campus & student partnerships. Qualifications include 2 years’ experience in campus-based grassroots organizing; experience with VAN & existing relationships with campus pro-democracy orgs preferred. Can be located anywhere in US. Send CV, cover letter, 3 references to last name & NCC in subject line.
National Media Strategist
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Civic education volunteers
Center for Free, Fair, and Accountable Democracy
CFFAD is a new 501c3 that provides civic education for people age 18 and up. We help Americans understand democracy is precious, and help them understand, protect, and improve the foundations of trust in our republic.
Volunteer positions include:
. Advisory board members
. Review board members
. Treasurer
. Educational content writers
. Social media and marketing
. Development coordinators
. Lawyers
Digital Strategist
Define American
See website description.
Senior Director of Program and Impact
Generation Citizen
See website for description and details.
Program Associate
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
This position will be working within the program area of American Institutions, Society, and the Public Good and will be focusing on the Academy’s Commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship. The Commission is designed to deepen the national dialogue around democratic practice by exploring civic engagement and political participation in the United States and setting out a plan of action for promoting the values and behaviors that define effective citizenship in a diverse 21st century democracy.

Working with Academy staff, Academy members, and project committees, the Program Associate provides logistical, research, and programmatic support for the projects within the Program area.
Program Officer
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The Program Officer is responsible for research and writing, project management, policy development and analysis, meeting organization, and administrative functions related to the Academy’s work in the program area of American Institutions, Society and the Public Good, with a focus on the current Commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship and the development of future projects.

Embracing and advancing a cross-disciplinary approach, the Program Officer will collaborate with Academy members, policy experts, and staff to advance the findings and recommendations of this multi-year commission on how Americans obtain the skills, knowledge, and values necessary for engaged citizenship in a twenty-first century democracy and will lead the exploration and development of future areas of focus for the program area.
Digital Marketing Associate (Part-Time)
Ronald Reagan Institute
The Institute seeks a part-time Digital Marketing Associate to support the marketing initiatives in Washington, DC. This position will report to the Director of Programs and Operations and work closely with the Communications and Data Systems Manager. Additionally, this Associate will maintain the integrity of the RRPFI brand in close coordination with the Chief Marketing Office and the Marketing Team in Simi Valley, CA.

The responsibilities of this position include researching and crafting strategic marketing initiatives to support the programmatic and scholarly work of the Institute, and executing the day-to-day activities that support these plans. The Digital Marketing Associate will be expected to perform the following specific duties related to this position and any duties hereafter assigned:

Contribute to the development of comprehensive strategic marketing plans supporting the three policy Centers housed in the Washington, DC Reagan Institute.
Support the creation of digital content creation for the Reagan Institute including email campaigns, social media, etc. consistent with the RRPFI brand.
Support digital content creation for RRI major events such as RNDF and RISE as directed.
Produce analysis of marketing efforts against desired goals including event attendance, increased social media presence, etc.
Staff miscellaneous special events as directed, including some evening and weekend obligations.
Assist with special projects as directed within the auspices of the work of the Foundation & Institute.
Demonstrated interest and experience in the field of digital marketing.
Successful experience working in an office environment a must.
Excellent writing and editing skills necessary; copy-editing experience preferred.
Proficiency in clerical functions, including mail-merge functions, voice mail, email, internet, filing, and mailing.
Detail oriented, good problem-solving skills, with ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines.
Voter Engagement Director
NC Asian Americans Together
NCAAT is seeking a full-time Voter Engagement Director to manage our voter registration (VR) efforts, Get Out the Vote (GOTV) program, voter education (VE), voter protection (VP) and engagement events. The primary role of the director will be planning and executing creative and engaging efforts towards voter engagement and education in AAPI communities. Projects and tasks include leading NCAAT’s statewide voter registration program such as organizing drives at community events and college campuses, managing field organizers and canvassers across N.C., training voter engagement volunteers, as well as reviewing voter registration forms for accuracy.
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