Job posted by: Work for Progress
Posted on: October 24, 2013
INPIRG Campus Organizer Job Description
Right now there are a lot of problems in Indiana and in our country, from the influence of corporate and big donors in our political system to climate change to the rising costs of health care. Young people and students have the power and energy to change this and work together to put our democracy back to work, but we need you. Now is the time to jump in and make sure we come together to win real solutions to the biggest issues facing our country right now.
If you want to train students while working to fix our country's most pressing problems, then consider a Campus Organizing position with INPIRG, based at Indiana University-Bloomington. You will not only join a team that gets real results, you will be training the leaders it will take to win on these issues and more. None of this is going to be easy, and change will take long hours, creativity, and dedication, but it's up to us to fix our country's biggest problems.
Training & Experience
Campus organizers participate in regional and national trainings throughout the year as well as trainings on-campus. Training includes fieldwork with experienced U.S. PIRG staff and a classroom training of lectures, briefings, discussions and role-plays. Throughout the year you gain valuable skills and hands-on experience.
Salary & Benefits
In an entry level position,you will earn $24,000 over the course of your first year with INPIRG. In addition, full-time staff can opt in to our state health care coverage, are eligible for paid sick days and vacation days, can apply for our college loan assistance program, and are also eligible to join our 401(k) program in their second year.
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How To Apply
Apply online at uspirg.org/apply
U.S. PIRG and all PIRG-affiliated organizations are equal opportunity employers and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, age, handicap, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or veteran status.