The Warren for President team is building a grassroots movement and we need your help. We need skilled organizers, communicators, writers, coders, wonks and more who are interested in applying their talents and learning new skills to help us make big, structural change.
Most of all, we need you to join us in this fight if you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and get to work making sure our democracy works for more than just the people at the very top.
If that sounds like you, you’re encouraged to apply to join us this summer for our Campaign Internship and Volunteer Fellowship Program.
Programs will start in June in key states across the country, and run for approximately nine weeks. Internships are paid and require a minimum hourly commitment per week, and Volunteer Fellowships are unpaid with a flexible hourly commitment.
Interns and Volunteer Fellows will play a key role in helping us build the grassroots organization we need to win the Democratic nomination for president. They will participate in campaign training, receive structured coaching and support, and work closely with staff to implement our plan to persuade and mobilize Democratic voters. Current students who are eligible for academic credit may opt to receive it through the Volunteer Fellowship.
If interested, please submit an application by Monday, May 20th. Applicants will be interviewed and accepted for a limited number of spots on a rolling basis. Keep this page bookmarked for more information on opportunities to support Warren for President in the fall and winter of 2019.
If you’re looking to help Team Warren but the logistics of this program don’t work for you, sign up to volunteer by clicking here.
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