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MICHIGAN STATE DIRECTOR

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is seeking a State Director to lead our outreach in Michigan. The person will build and maintain partnerships with faculty, staff, administrators and students at the major two-year and four-year colleges and universities in those states.

 

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to foster strong relationships and stay organized while working on long-term projects. They’ll be committed to developing new ideas and promoting CEEP’s established models of engagement, while working with administrators, faculty and staff, plus student leaders and allied organizations, to engage the campuses in the state.  CEEP is a nonpartisan organization and candidates need to be committed to engaging all students on the campuses they reach out to. 

 

This is a remote, contracted position with hourly compensation. We are looking for candidates located in Michigan and would want them to work full-time through the end of November.

 

About CEEP
We’re a national nonpartisan project that helps colleges and universities motivate America’s 20 million students to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves on candidates and issues, and turn out at the polls. We teach administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students. See www.campuselect.org.

 

Job Responsibilities
The State Director reports to CEEP’s Associate and National Directors and will:

  • Bear prime responsibility for engaging colleges and universities statewide in CEEP's approaches, building on and expanding relationships established by CEEP’s current Michigan Director, Katy Butler, who is going on maternity leave.
  • Recruit, manage and coordinate campus contacts and any stipended student Fellows.
  • Learn your state’s voter registration, absentee and early voting rules and train others.
  • Research and develop state-specific materials, such as election calendars or vote plans.
  • Participate in weekly phone or Skype check-ins with CEEP senior staff.
  • Help your institutions track progress, like the number of students registered.
  • Submit timely project reports.
  • You’ll work primarily by phone and email, but will also travel to make site visits.

 

Qualifications
We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship building, are results-oriented, and have strong project management and self-management skills. You should have:

  • A track record of developing and maintaining strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders.
  • A demonstrated commitment to meeting a high bar and a history of getting things done even in the face of obstacles.
  • Experience managing multiple projects and ability to oversee recruitment, training and reporting results from volunteers, stipended student Fellows, and other partners.
  • Experience with voter outreach or in higher education environments is a plus but not essential.

 

How to apply
Please send a cover letter, resume and three references to CEEP Director Amy Ludwig at  amy@campuselect.org.  People of color, women, and LGBTQ persons are strongly encouraged to apply. Professional and monetary increases will be based on success of required tasks.

MINNESOTA STATE DIRECTOR

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP), in partnership with Minnesota Campus Compact, is seeking an Minnesota State Director to lead outreach activities around electoral engagement, primarily by building and maintaining partnerships with faculty, staff, administrators and students on college and university campuses.

 

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to foster strong relationships and stay organized while working on long-term projects. They will be committed to developing new ideas and promoting established models of engagement, while handling various points of contact with not only students, but also faculty and staff. This position is an opportunity to partner with campus leaders, allied organizations and student groups to help engage America’s 20 million college students in elections. CEEP is a nonpartisan organization, and candidates need to be committed to engaging across the political spectrum. This is a 10-20 hour/week graduate student position that pays $20/hour and runs through December 2018. The Election Engagement Organizer will be an employee of Minnesota Campus Compact, housed in Minneapolis at Augsburg University campus, and can be based anywhere in the greater Twin Cities Metro area.

 

Responsibilities

The Election Engagement Organizer reports to the Associate and National Directors of CEEP and receives additional support and guidance from the Associate Director of Minnesota Campus Compact. They are responsible for the following:

  • Recruit, manage and coordinate Minnesota campus contacts (and affiliated organizations, such as LeadMN) to help involve and encourage student participation.
  • Become an expert in Minnesota voter registration, absentee, and early voting programs, and train others on this information.
  • Publicize existing resources and/or develop new resource(s) around Minnesota’s voting laws.
  • Help students collaborate and partner with student organizations, campus administrators, and faculty to organize voter registration, voter education, and voter engagement efforts on campus.
  • Support efforts to integrating classroom and voter registration on Minnesota campuses, and highlight those efforts through Minnesota Campus Compact’s website or newsletter.
  • Research and develop Minnesota-specific materials, such as election calendars or vote plans.
  • Develop and manage relationships with Minnesota election organizations.
  • Build a network by performing outreach to at least to ten Minnesota institutions.
  • Participate in weekly check-ins with the National Director or Associate Director of CEEP.
  • Stay self-organized, submitting reports and projects in a timely manner.

 

Qualifications

We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship building, are results-oriented, and have strong project management skills. You should be:

  • Interested in grassroots organizing and voter registration/voter education;
  • Currently enrolled graduate student at a Minnesota college or university;
  • A self-starter who takes initiative to develop and implement their work plan; and
  • Flexible with time commitments and able to put in 10-20 hours a week between the date you’re hired and late December 2018.

 

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume and three references to National Director Amy Ludwig at amy@campuselect.org. Minnesota Campus Compact, hosted by Augsburg University, is an Equal Opportunity Employer and an Employer of National Service. People of color, women, LGBTQ persons, and those contributing underrepresented perspectives are strongly encouraged to apply. Review will begin March 19, 2018, and continue until the position is filled.

 

About the Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP)

We are a national nonpartisan project that helps colleges and universities motivate America’s 20 million students to register, volunteer, in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. We teach administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students. For more information, see our website at www.campuselect.org.

 

About Minnesota Campus Compact (MNCC)

Minnesota Campus Compact is a small, dynamic nonprofit organization that supports civic engagement and democratic renewal through its diverse network of colleges and universities, contributing to students’ learning and advancing healthy, thriving communities and democracy. For more, visit www.mncampuscompact.org.

PENNSYLVANIA STATE DIRECTOR

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is seeking a State Director to lead our outreach in Pennsylvania. The person will build and maintain partnerships with faculty, staff, administrators and students at the major two-year and four-year colleges and universities in those states.

 

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to foster strong relationships and stay organized while working on long-term projects. They’ll be committed to developing new ideas and promoting CEEP’s established models of engagement, while working with administrators, faculty and staff, plus student leaders and allied organizations, to engage the campuses in the state, and possibly help with some phone outreach to one of our other states.  CEEP is a nonpartisan organization and candidates need to be committed to engaging all students on the campuses they reach out to. 

 

This is a remote, contracted position with hourly compensation. We are looking for candidates located in Pennsylvania, ideally near Philadelphia. We’d want them to work full-time through the end of November.

 

About CEEP
We’re a national nonpartisan project that helps colleges and universities motivate America’s 20 million students to register, volunteer, in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. We teach administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students. See www.campuselect.org.

 

Job Responsibilities
The State Director reports to CEEP’s Associate and National Directors and will:

  • Bear prime responsibility for engaging colleges and universities statewide in CEEP's approaches, building on and expanding relationships established by CEEP Associate Director Courtney Cochran.
  • Recruit, manage and coordinate campus contacts and any stipended student Fellows.
  • Learn your state’s voter registration, absentee and early voting rules and train others.
  • Research and develop state-specific materials, such as election calendars or vote plans.
  • Participate in weekly phone or Skype check-ins with CEEP senior staff.
  • Help your institutions track progress, like the number of students registered.
  • Submit timely project reports.
  • You’ll work primarily by phone and email, but will also travel to make site visits.

 

Qualifications
We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship building, are results-oriented, and have strong project management and self-management skills. You should have:

  • A track record of developing and maintaining strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders.
  • A demonstrated commitment to meeting a high bar and a history of getting things done even in the face of obstacles.
  • Experience managing multiple projects and ability to oversee recruitment, training and reporting results from volunteers, stipended student Fellows, and other partners.
  • Experience with voter outreach or in higher education environments is a plus but not essential.

 

How to apply
Please send a cover letter, resume and three references to CEEP Director Amy Ludwig at  amy@campuselect.org.  People of color, women, and LGBTQ persons are strongly encouraged to apply. Professional and monetary increases will be based on success of required tasks.

WISCONSIN ASSISTANT STATE DIRECTOR

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is seeking a Wisconsin Assistant State Director. The person will help build and maintain partnerships with faculty, staff, administrators and students at the major two-year and four-year colleges and universities in those states, and help manage our student Election Engagement Fellows.

 

The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to foster strong relationships and stay organized while working on long-term projects. They’ll be committed to developing new ideas and promoting CEEP’s established models of engagement, while working with administrators, faculty and staff, plus student leaders and allied organizations, to engage the campuses in the state, and possibly help with some phone outreach to one of our other states.  CEEP is a nonpartisan organization and candidates need to be committed to engaging all students on the campuses they reach out to. 

 

This is a remote, contracted position with hourly compensation. We are looking for candidates located in Wisconsin. We’d want them to start any time between now and summer, and work half-time through the end of November.

 

About CEEP
We’re a national nonpartisan project that helps colleges and universities motivate America’s 20 million students to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves on candidates and issues, and turn out at the polls. We teach administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students. See www.campuselect.org.

 

Job Responsibilities
The Assistant State Director reports to CEEP’s Associate and National Directors and will:

  • Help engage colleges and universities statewide in CEEP's approaches, coordinating and working in tandem with our current Madison-based staffer Luke Verdecchia.
  • Help recruit, manage and coordinate campus contacts and any stipended student Fellows.
  • Learn your state’s voter registration, absentee and early voting rules and train others.
  • Research and develop state-specific materials, such as election calendars or vote plans.
  • Participate in weekly phone or Skype check-ins with CEEP senior staff.
  • Help your institutions track progress, like the number of students registered.
  • Submit timely project reports.
  • You’ll work primarily by phone and email, but will also travel to make site visits.

 

Qualifications
We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship building, are results-oriented, and have strong project management and self-management skills. You should have:

  • A track record of developing and maintaining strong working relationships with diverse stakeholders.
  • A demonstrated commitment to meeting a high bar and a history of getting things done even in the face of obstacles.
  • Experience managing multiple projects and ability to oversee recruitment, training and reporting results from volunteers, stipended student Fellows, and other partners.
  • Experience with voter outreach or in higher education environments is a plus but not essential.

 

How to apply
Please send a cover letter, resume and three references to CEEP Director Amy Ludwig at  amy@campuselect.org.  People of color, women, and LGBTQ persons are strongly encouraged to apply. Professional and monetary increases will be based on success of required tasks.