For College Students & Recent Grads
Unite America is looking for bright, game-changing interns who are passionate about reforming our broken politics. We are looking for current students and recent grads to join our team:
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We are currently accepting applications for Spring 2020. The program is based at our headquarters in beautiful Denver, Colorado, with remote opportunities available on a case-by-case basis. We are hiring both full-time and part-time applicants, and stipends may be available to qualified candidates who can work in our Denver office.
Ready to change American politics for good?
- You’re committed to our mission of country over party.
- You’re politically savvy -- you’ve been paying attention.
- You’re a resourceful, independent worker -- you can really own and execute a project in a start-up environment.
- You’re a creative, outside-the-box thinker -- you bring a unique perspective and ideas.
- You’re a hardworking and dedicated individual -- you take pride in what you do.
- Identify potential donors who may be interested in investing in our growing movement
- Research existing and prospective donors, including their giving history, interests, and potential
- Provide administrative and logistical support for fundraising events all across the country
Fundraising interns should have an interest in political or nonprofit development and a track record of strong project management and execution. Applicants with event planning or fundraising experience strongly considered.
Digital & Marketing Intern
- Draft daily content for all social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
- Engage volunteer digital ambassadors to amplify our message
- Design digital content, including photos, videos, press releases and/or reports
Digital & Marketing Interns should have demonstrated experience in digital marketing, content creation, writing (preferably politically-oriented), and/or social media.
- Identify and evaluate potential candidates and target districts
- Research state or municipal policy issues; produce memos to staff members & interested parties
- Contact organization supporters & volunteers to mobilize support for candidates & reform ballot issues
Political Interns should have a demonstrated interest in politics, preferably with an academic background in political science, government, legal studies, history, or another related major. Experience working for political campaigns is also heavily weighed.