Organizing Corps 2020 IMMERSION

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UPDATE: DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 13!

The OC2020 Immersion is a 5-week, full-time, in-field training program designed for recent graduates and career switchers interested in getting intensive training and on-the-ground practice in their hometown before applying to join the 2020 general election.


PROGRAM COMPONENTS

Action-based trainings and in-the-field practice in your hometown learning how to register voters, recruit volunteers, set-up a campaign office, host a house party, organize your community, and use the newest data and digital tools to maximize your efforts+ Read More

Hands-on development with the support of a campaign coach and campaign veterans+ Read More

Directly support the local state Democratic party in preparing for the general election through voter registration, persuasion and mobilization activities+ Read More

Direct support applying and transitioning to the 2020 general election upon completion of program


NUTS & BOLTS

5-weeks April 27, 2020 through May 31, 2020 in your hometown:

Arizona

  • Phoenix

Florida

  • Ft. Lauderdale
  • Jacksonville
  • Miami
  • Orlando
  • Sarasota
  • St. Petersburg
  • Tampa
  • West Palm Beach

Georgia

  • Atlanta

Michigan

  • Detroit
  • Flint
  • Madison Heights

North Carolina

  • Charlotte
  • Raleigh

Pennsylvania

  • Philadelphia
  • Pittsburgh

Wisconsin

  • Madison
  • Milwaukee

Full-time Tuesday-Saturday including nights and some Sundays+ Read More

$15/hour, 40 hours/week, plus an additional gas stipend+ Read More


APPLICATION WINDOW

Applications are reviewed and corps members are admitted on a rolling basis, so there’s no need to wait!

Priority DeadlineFinal Deadline
February 5, 2020March 4, 2020

The application is straightforward: give us your resume, three short responses on why you want to join Organizing Corps, and two references.

The full application process includes an application review, phone interview, and two reference checks.

People of color, people with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.


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