Will Brownsberger for Congress

Posted September 16, 2013 Employer: Will Brownsberger
Approximate Deadline: ASAP

State Senator Will Brownsberger is running in the Special Election to replace Ed Markey, and the grassroots campaign is already off to a fast start.

The campaign needs interns and fellows to help the campaign keep up its strong grassroots organization. Interns will be responsible for but not limited to coordinating volunteers, launching canvasses, and conducting trainings. In addition to the responsibilities given to interns, fellows will have the chance to assist with opposition research, campaign fundraising and finance, and campaign message development. The Intern and Fellowship program will go up until the October 15th Democratic Primary.

Interns will be expected to commit a minimum of 10 hours a week, while fellows will be asked to work at least 20 hours a week. Qualified applicants, who cannot give that commitment, will be considered for the Volunteer Leadership Program, which requires a 5 hour a week commitment. Although the campaign is based in Belmont, interns and fellows would work in the MetroWest region, as well as from their homes, so a car is not required.

The campaign can coordinate with the intern or fellow for class credit. This is a great chance to learn how a campaign works and operates, build your resume, expand your professional network by working with and learning from a campaign staff with experience in Massachusetts politics, all while have a great time!

To apply for the internship or fellowship please either send resumes to scottm@wb4congress.com or fill out an application on the link below:


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