Civic Voices Fellowship
Do you love supporting grassroots change and building power in communities? Do you want to be on the frontlines of organizing for progress in Washington State? Are you passionate about racial and social justice?
The Civic Voices Fellowship will be responsible for carrying out important parts of the community and voter engagement outreach strategy working in South King County region. Fellows will be partnered with a local college campus focused on voter registration and mobilization and with Fuse partners doing voter registration and education work within the local community. The Civic Voices Fellowship will grow and activate communities where voter turnout is historically low, piloting relational tactics and community-based solutions to low electoral engagement. The position includes significant leadership development, organizing training, and skills development.
Skills and Qualifications
This is a part-time, learning position, while there are no required skills or experiences to qualify for this position preference will be given to those with a strong connection to communities in South King County. We are looking for applicants with a strong passion for advancing progressive values, social justice, and a desire to learn about the political process.
This position will require trips to various parts of South King County and thus access to a vehicle and valid driver's license are recommended but not required. Ability to work evenings and weekends.
How to Apply
This Civic Voices Fellowship includes a paid stipend of up to $750 per month. Please submit your resume and cover letter to yvette [at] fusewashington.org