In order to maximize Democratic voter turnout in 2020, Swing Left is mobilizing students on college campuses through the Swing Left College Fellowship (SLCF). The SLCF is an action-oriented training program that seeks to provide a supportive entrance to organizing work for students and aid them in building teams of volunteers on their campus to coordinate in electing Democrats in Swing Left’s strategically targeted races.
Swing Left is seeking a College Fellowship Program Manager to support the design and implementation of the College Fellowship program to promote Swing Left and the services the organization provides to college communities. This position reports to the College Programs Director.
Swing Left is a national grassroots organization that took back the House in 2018 by building a national campaign for Democratic candidates in 84 Swing Districts in three big ways: recruiting and training an army of volunteers, raising funds from grassroots donors, and building cultural momentum for the midterms. For 2020, we’ll be bringing our “campaigns-in-waiting” model to swing Senate seats, defend the House, win the state-level races needed to ensure fair maps for 2021 redistricting—and, of course, the Presidency.
In 2018 we took back the House. Join us, and help take back all the Houses in 2020.
Co-create and execute engaging college fellowship program
Track and evaluate campus programming
Manage Fellowship Coordinators
The College Fellowship Program Manager position is a full-time, remote position. The salary for this position is between 60k-70k a year. We are happy to answer any questions you have about our benefits, retirement, parental leave policies and other, similar benefits in interviews.
We believe that the GOP's bad behavior disproportionately hurts the most marginalized people in society — including people of color, people from working class backgrounds, women and LGBTQ people. As a result, we believe that these communities must be centered in the work we do and we welcome all applicants regardless of age, citizenship, gender identity or expression, national origin, pregnancy status, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other differences.