Our mission at Beto For America is to elect Beto O’Rourke as the 46th President of the United States. To do that, we will build a vibrant campaign that embodies Beto’s vision and values for the country. How? By actively engaging voters. By listening to new ideas. And by treating our campaign family with kindness and respect.

We’re committing ourselves to a culture of inclusion and acceptance in America, and that begins in our campaign offices. We think that’s part of winning. Here’s what we’ll do:

  • We set the bar high and raise the standard for a presidential campaign.
  • We win by engaging every voter and every community.
  • We take care of each other and value every member of our campaign family.
  • Keep our thoughts, comments and actions positive, because that embodies Beto’s vision for this campaign and for America
What would a Delegates Operations Fellowship involve?
A Fellowship in our Delegate Operations team will be assigned one of fifteen states where the campaign is required to collect signatures to get Beto O'Rourke on the ballot. 
 
The Fellow will be responsible for:
  • Creating a campaign plan to get Beto on the ballot
  • Developing a strategy specific to the state and the state requirements
  • Drafting a plan
  • Recruiting, training, and following up with volunteers
  • Answering volunteer questions and offering assistance
  • The Fellow will be supervised during the process but we are looking for a fellow who is capable of learning the requirements, creating a plan with the team and then executing the plan to get the job done.
  • Work no more than 20 hours per week.
  • Remote fellowships may be approved on a case by case basis.
Requirements:
  • For those not enrolled in a course for academic credit, you must have at least 1 cycle of campaign experience, and at least 2 years of work experience
  • Must be a self-starter
  • Must be dependable
  • Must have excellent attention to detail
  • Must work well with volunteers of varying experience levels
  • Strong time management and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, rapid changing environment
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Creative thinking and “can-do” attitude for problem solving.
  • Interest in and passion for getting to know new people
  • Ability to work and thrive under pressure      
  • Willingness to check personal ego at the door to prioritize the overall success of the team.

Stipend: This role will receive a stipend of $1250/month on a semi-monthly basis.

Length: This fellowship will last up to 8 weeks.

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