Author Archives: Logan Wangsgard
Critical Mass, Viral Tags and Political Hashtags: the Dynamics of Contagious Phenomena in Social Media
The Republican Leader?s Office in the Massachusetts State House is looking for individuals interested in state politics and government, who are pursuing a political science or related degree, and are interested in applying for a volunteer internship in our office. We have a handful of interns each semester that have the chance to be involved […]
We are currently looking for highly motivated students interested in the experience of working first hand on our campaign. We have numerous roles available ranging in levels of commitment and responsibility. Interns will have the opportunity to work directly with our finance director, campaign director, and Mr. Kerrigan himself on projects vital to the campaign. […]
We are looking for self-motivated, reliable individuals who are interested in growing as leaders, learning more about Boston from within its communities, and are willing to work hard to get the most out of the Fellowship experience. Fellows will take on a broad range of campaign responsibilities, including direct voter contact, research, communications, and organizing campaign […]
We are currently seeking politically engaged students to participate in the Bill Walczak for Mayor Campaign Fellowship. Students can work 3-5 days a week for the next 5 weeks at our field office in Dorchester, MA. Additionally, they may participate in weekend canvasses held throughout the city. Fellows will gain valuable career experience and work directly […]
Professor Chris Bosso gives his opinion on Obama’s comments regarding criticism of the Keystone Pipeline.
Former Governor Michael Dukakis will be the guest speaker at the Westborough Democratic Town Committee meeting on July 16, at which he will share memories of former Westborough residents Jack and Nancy Lawton, who died in a 1991 car crash. Read more on the MetroWest Daily News