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Apply for a 2023-24 Fellowship for
Konstantine Anthony for LA County Supervisor

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Konstantine Anthony for LA County Supervisor is seeking ambitious candidates for our Campaign Fellow team. Konstantine is a true progressive with a proven track record of putting people over profits. This is a progressive, grassroots campaign; we do not to take donations from corporations, corporate PACs, property developers, realtors, landlords, fossil fuel executives, or police associations.

 

Currently serving as the Mayor of Burbank, Konstantine has demonstrated his commitment to champion working people, renters, and the disabled.  He wants to bring his successful platform to the rest of Los Angeles County. 

 

Fellows will be the face of the campaign in communities across District 5 and will be responsible for executing our volunteer team building and voter outreach programs. We’re looking to develop a team of strong, thoughtful, independent thinkers who want to work on our high-energy, growing team. 

Time commitment: Part Time, 10-20 hours/week

Description

You will be expected to complete a wide range of tasks, working closely with the campaign staff to adapt your responsibilities to the campaign's evolving needs. This includes, but is not limited to, working voter registration drives, speaking to voters through door knocking and phone banking, representing Konstantine Anthony for LA County Supervisor at public events, participating in field organizing, and recruiting and training volunteers. Applicants must commit to a set schedule for the semester, weekends included. 

Fellows will also have the option to attend workshops, meet with legislators, and learn to lead field organizing as applicable.

 

This is an unpaid fellowship. It is an incredible opportunity to get real progressive grassroots experience; and for those who are interested, school credit, a certification of completion, and as appropriate, letters of recommendation and references.

Skills and Qualifications

  • Bilingual a plus. Spanish and/or Armenian preferred, but not required.

  • 5-20 hour/per week commitment.

  • Public speaking skills and the ability to talk to constituents/members of the public.

  • Have a smartphone and a car or some other mode of consistent, reliable transportation.

  • Organized, hard working, forward-thinking self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced environment who works well independently as well as in a team environment.

  • A connection to or knowledge/understanding of the communities and challenges in District 5

To apply. fill out the form below:

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Hours per week

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