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Student Internship and Job Opportunity

Internship opportunity and job opportunity for Justin Krebs' campaign for City Council in Brooklyn, NY. Here is the link to apply to the internship:
In addition to the internship, we are accepting applications for the position of Field Organizer/Deputy Field Director which is perfect for graduating seniors (but also open to underclassmen with the right experience). Attached is the job description and salary information for the job. You should submit your resume with three professional references to by Monday, May 10th  at 5pmEST. 
Justin Krebs is seeking a Deputy Field Director/Field Organizer for his City Council campaign to represent the 39 th district in Brooklyn. The role starts in May/June and runs through the June 22, 2021 Democratic Primary. Justin is a political and community organizer with a background in national and local progressive campaigning. He runs the national campaigns team at MoveOn, and has deep experience in arts, culture, civic participation, and parks in New York City. He’s a published author, the founder of the Living Liberally national network of progressive social clubs (including Drinking Liberally happy hours and Laughing Liberally comedy shows), and of The Tank, a non-profit home for emerging artists. Justin and his wife Casey, a midwife, birth educator and small business owner, have three kids in the local public school. Justin is running to be an energetic, creative council member who brings people together to get things done. He has a history of creating volunteer-driven projects that fuel collective action and is looking for that same spirit in this campaign.
Responsibilities Include: ● Executing a robust voter contact program using phones, P2P SMS, digital, relational, and other creative forms of voter outreach ● Completing 2-3 canvassing packets each day, including an ambitious weekly door goal ● Helping to build and training in-district volunteer capacity to reach ambitious voter contact goals ● Managing a team of interns ● Hitting daily call time goals ● Other relevant responsibilities as needed ● Support on developing messaging, collateral, and other materials
An Ideal Candidate Has: ● Lives in/can relocate to Brooklyn ● A commitment to progressive Democratic politics ● Experience managing volunteer teams ● Familiarity with local politics, details of municipal campaigns in NYC ● Genuine connection to the communities in the 39th district a plus ● Commitment to bringing an equity orientation to campaigning and team management ● Engaging, upbeat personality who can rally others to give their all ● 1+ cycle of organizing experience on a competitive political campaign ● Experience with VAN How To Apply Submit resume with three professional references to by May 10th. Location: Relocation to NYC area required Salary: $2,500-3,000
If you’re not interested in this role, but want to apply to be an intern, you can do so here:

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