Kalamazoo-based, with occasional travel
$43,200 annually, paid as $1,662 every two weeks
Movement Politics is an innovative way of looking at elections as opportunities to build people power and dramatically transform our economic and political system to one that puts people ahead of corporations and the 1%.The fellowship managers will play a major role in MU’s 2020 transformative electoral strategy, each managing a team of fellows. The Movement Politics Fellowship is Michigan United’s program designed to transform emerging organizers from a primarily canvassing role to a primarily organizing role. This position will split time between Michigan United and its 501(c)4 sister organization, Michigan People’s Campaign.
$31,200 annually, paid as $1,200 every two weeks
Movement Politics is an innovative way of looking at elections as opportunities to build people power and dramatically transform our economic and political system to one that puts people ahead of corporations and the 1%. The Movement Politics Fellowship is a 2.5 -month long project. It is an organizing and leadership development program for emerging community leaders in Kalamazoo. Over the course of the fellowship, fellows will have the opportunity to shift their primary focus from door to door canvassing to field organizing.
Will need to be onsite at NIIC in Detroit, MI October 19-22, 2019
Negotiable rate based on experience or a straight 20% commission of Expo income
NIIC 2019 is currently hiring for a temporary, part-time Expo Coordinator June 2019-November 2019 to build and execute the NIIC Expo, a vibrant space that showcases businesses, products, services, art and crafts of interest to, produced/owned by and/or servicing immigrant and refugee communities and communities of color.