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Renaissance Strategic Advisors – Summer Analyst and Entry-level Analyst Position

Renaissance Strategic Advisors are currently recruiting for both their 2019 summer analyst class and full-time analyst positions.

A high-end consulting firm focused on the aerospace, defense, space, intelligence, and government services markets. Our team provides corporate strategy development, market insight, and M&A due diligence services to global corporate, private equity, and investment banking clients.

Below are details of both positions.

Summer Analyst –

Summer Analysts will join a group of multi-disciplinary senior consultants with decades of experience in the sector. They will work to support our global client base alongside talented peer analysts, associates, and senior staff. Analysts are fully integrated members of project teams and provide direct input into deliverables and client briefings. Daily activities will include primary and secondary source research, building market and financial models, and creating client presentations / deliverables.

At Renaissance Strategic Advisors:

  • Summer Analysts partake in a weeklong training program that includes functional skills in Excel and PowerPoint, advanced research methods, consulting tradecraft, and industry / sector knowledge
  • Each Summer Analyst receives a mentor, ensuring individual attention and senior interaction
  • Summer Analysts complete client-billable work and participate in the development of internal firm IP
  • Summer Analysts also have the opportunity to lead an independent research project and take
    ownership of the deliverable, culminating in a firm-wide presentation to senior management
  • We are a tight-knit team that takes great pride in maintaining our dynamic and fun culture
  • U.S. citizenship and the ability to be in the Washington, D.C. area from June to August 2019

Requirement qualifications:

  • Pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Engineering, Finance, Business, Political Science, Public Policy
  • Internship, work experience, or demonstrated interest in the aerospace, defense, or government services sector – OR – with a top consulting firm, investment bank, private equity, or venture capital firm
  • 3.5 out of 4.0 minimum GPA
  • Strong acumen in writing for business and dealing face-to-face with clients
  • Application requirements include a CV/resume, cover letter, and unofficial university transcript
  • Please submit application materials via your school’s online portal and to internships@rsadvisors.com

Entry-level Analyst –

Entry-level Analysts will join a group of multi-disciplinary senior consultants with decades of experience in the sector. They will work to support our global client base alongside talented peer analysts, associates, and senior staff. Analysts are fully integrated members of project teams and provide direct input into deliverables and client briefings. Daily activities will include primary and secondary source research, building market and financial models, and creating client presentations / deliverables.

At Renaissance Strategic Advisors:

  • Each Analyst receives a mentor/supervisor, ensuring individual attention and senior interaction
  • Analysts participate in client meetings in order to give insight into our value delivery model
  • We pride ourselves on our entrepreneurial and apprentice-style culture
  • Everyone takes part in growing and developing the firm. You’ll learn advanced consulting tradecraft
    and how the “business” of consulting really works
  • We are a tight-knit team that takes great pride in maintaining our dynamic and fun culture

Required qualifications:

  • U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
  • Pursuit of a Bachelor’s degree (or recent graduate) in Economics, Engineering, Finance, Business, Political Science, or Public Policy
  • Internship, work experience, or demonstrated interest in the aerospace, defense, or government services sector – OR – with a top consulting firm, investment bank, private equity, or venture capital firm
  • 3.5 out of 4.0 minimum GPA
  • Strong acumen in writing for business and dealing face-to-face with clients
  • Application requirements include a CV/resume, cover letter, and unofficial university transcript
  • Please submit application via your school’s online portal and to analystrecruiting@rsadvisors.com

 

The Office of Representative Linda Sánchez – Fall Internship

The Office of the Representative Linda Sánchez is currently accepting applications for a full-time internship during the fall semester. Ideal candidates will possess excellent communication skills, a strong attention to detail, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and a good sense of humor. Primary responsibilities will include processing mail, greeting visitors, answering phones, leading Capitol tours, attending briefings, drafting memos and constituent correspondence, and assisting staff with various administrative tasks. Southern California ties are preferred, but not required.

Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, a one-page writing sample, and dates of availability to DCInternship.CA38@mail.house.gov with “CA38 Internship” in the subject line.

 

The Fairness Project – Communications Intern – Fall 2018
Washington, District of Columbia, United States · Communications

The Fairness Project (TFP) seeks a Communications Intern to join our team beginning in September 2018. Reporting to the communications director, the person in this role will support The Fairness Project’s press and communications team, playing a key role in helping TFP win its 2018 campaigns and expand its profile at the national level.

In this internship, you may:

  • Write and edit press releases, op-eds, talking points, and other communications materials.
  • Prepare background briefings, press lists, and other research documents to support the work of the communications department.
  • Learn about statewide campaigns, political communications, ballot initiatives, and TFP’s policy areas.
  • Learn about how the communications team relates to the goals of other departments, including campaigns, digital, research, and development.
  • Assist with scheduling and critical administrative tasks.
  • Help expand Medicaid, raise the minimum wage, and offer earned paid sick leave to millions of Americans.

What we’re looking for:

  • Exceptional writing and editing skills.
  • Strong research abilities.
  • Attention to detail.
  • A team player who is creative, flexible, and resilient, and can maintain a good sense of humor in a fast-paced environment.

A passion for TFP’s mission and campaigns.

BENEFITS

  • Being part of a team whose work makes a profound impact on the lives of millions of American.
  • Opportunities for responsibility over meaningful work in a startup environment.
  • Flexible work schedule — let’s talk about your schedule and our needs and figure something out!
  • A stipend to help offset transportation expenses.
  • Help getting academic credit as well, if needed.
  • A fun (no really, we are) and exciting team in a dog-friendly office, with an unlimited supply of coffee, tea, and draft cold brew.

To apply, visit the Fairness Project website for application link.

 

 

Republican House Conference – Fall Intern

At the House Republican Conference, we pride ourselves on our team’s shared values, “Have Fun While We SERVE” (Seek excellence, Everybody matters, Responsibly own it, Vigilant integrity, Embrace change). We believe in a culture of honesty and innovation, and we’re always striving to improve as we work together to better serve our Conference membership as well as the American people.

The House Republican Conference’s Communications Team is looking for ambitious, creative, and accomplished college students interested in learning more about the communication strategies that drive our message to every corner of America.

You’ll work hard, learn a ton, and experience what it’s like to serve at the pulse of Capitol Hill as you play a key role in the implementation of our public messaging strategies for House Republicans and Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers.

Apply here: https://housegop.typeform.com/to/UfUTUS

 

Carly Fiorina & Unlocking Potential – Fall Intern

About the Organization:

Unlocking Potential strengthens the problem-solving and leadership capacity of the community-based organizations tackling our nation’s most difficult problems so that they can realize their potential and maximize their impact.

UP is founded on the core leadership philosophy of its Chairman, Carly Fiorina, that leaders are made, not born; that everyone has far more potential than they realize; and that people living closest to the problems are best positioned to solve them. Through an intensive, hands-on experience and supported experimentation and implementation, UP provides an opportunity for anyone – not just those with a certain title or position –to develop the behaviors, characteristics, tools, and disciplines to become a leader and maximize the impact of their work in their communities.

Qualifications:

We’re looking for a sharp, energetic team member who is passionate about strengthening communities, working with leaders, and effectively communicating our vision:

  • Currently enrolled in college; at least 1 year of school completed
  • Proficiency in oral and written skills
  • Able to work independently and manage time effectively
  • Excited by start-up atmosphere; comfortable with ambiguity
  • Enthusiastic attitude, strong work ethic, innovate spirit

Responsibilities:

Responsibilities of our fall intern may include, but not limited to, the following tasks:

  • Research of potential donors, partners, and clients
  • Input information into online database
  • Identify/prioritize sales/fundraising opportunities
  • Assist with outreach (emails, phone calls, etc.)
  • Event/logistical support (setup, breakdown, notetaking, etc.)

Location Alexandria, VA at our Unlocking Potential office. Our office is walkable from the King Street metro stop on the yellow & blue lines.

Hours/Duration Appx 15-25 hours/week; flexible schedule. 2-4 month commitment
Start date: September 10th, 2018. (flexible)
Compensation A stipend will be provided.
Contact For more information, contact our Director of Operations, Aubrie Field at aubrie@upleadership.org.

 

PBS To The Contrary – Fall Intern

Hosted by veteran journalist Bonnie Erbé, To the Contrary is a national news analysis program, focused on all issues affecting women, families, and communities of color.

The To the Contrary staff is comprised of four full-time employees, offering our interns the opportunity to learn all aspects of production and get hands on experience. This is a great chance for someone interested in social media development and television producing. Interns see firsthand how a weekly TV show is put together from start to finish. They also get to meet many of today’s most influential women, including politicians; leaders of various national organizations; political commentators; and authors.

Responsibilities include social media development, assisting show executives and producers with SEO and online marketing, managing Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, and any other social media networks as they appear on the mediascape. This requires attending news events and identifying appropriate news stories thereby honing skills such as news judgment as well as learning ways to get our message through the chatter. Other responsibilities include: setting up interviews with newsmakers including members of Congress, writing questions for interviews, logistics of interviews and b-roll, writing TTC extras, press releases, and other outreach materials, news research, logging and digitizing b-roll, transcribing interviews, reading and responding to viewer email, and administrative duties. Throughout the semester interns write and edit three web blogs and at least one video story for the web or the TV broadcast.

This is an unpaid internship.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to: Cari Stein at cstein@tothecontrary.org.

 

 

Rational 360 – Fall Interns

Rational 360, a bipartisan, strategic communications firm in downtown Washington, DC, seeks a college junior, senior, or recent graduate for its Fall 2018 Internship position with weekly stipend. Rational 360 represents a wide variety of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to trade associations, advocacy groups, and high-profile individuals. Interns play an integral role in the daily functioning of the firm. Visit www.Rational360.com for more information.

Three available opportunities are:

Digital and Social Marketing Intern

Responsibilities

  • Daily monitoring of client social media accounts
  • Monitoring of trending social media conversations for reporting and to note timely opportunities for client participation
  • Execution of daily content across various online platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and email marketing campaigns
  • Assistance with developing monthly reports for clients
  • Assistance with websites and newsletter for various clients

Requirements

  • Knowledge of social media platforms
  • Knowledge and experience with common monitoring and reporting tools for social media and PR (e.g. Crimson Hexagon, Hootsuite,
  • Must be a current undergrad or grad with a focus in PR or communications
  • Strong writing skills
  • Energetic and creative mind


Digital Marketing and Design Intern

Responsibilities

  • Completing various design projects including print and digital ads, social media graphics, flyers and brochures
  • Create and manage graphics needed for R360 reports
  • Execution of daily content across various online platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and email marketing campaigns
  • Assistance with developing monthly reports for clients
  • Assistance with websites and newsletter for various clients


Requirements

  • Must be a current undergrad or grad student with exp or edu in PR and/or graphic design
  • Knowledge of social media platforms, and online and print media
  • Experience working in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign and Adobe Illustrator is required
  • UI/UX experience is a perk
  • Knowing basic coding (HTML, CSS, Javascript) is a perk
  • Please provide a portfolio showcasing examples of work
  • Energetic and creative mind


Public Relations Intern

Qualifications

  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Self-starter who takes initiative and has a strong, independent work ethic
  • Ability to handle multiple assignments at once

Responsibilities

  • Writing press releases
  • Maintaining press and media lists
  • Primary research on various topics
  • Compiling, organizing, and distributing news clips
  • Pitching to a variety of regional, national, and international news outlets
  • Some general office duties
  • Attending think tank events and writing reports on them
  • Staffing client events

Interested applicants should send a cover letter (not to exceed 400 words), resume, and a brief writing sample (non-academic, not to exceed one page) to rational360internships@gmail.com.

 

 

Elevate – Operations and Marketing Intern

Elevate is a grant writing and nonprofit development strategy firm in Washington, DC. Our unique model allows us to provide affordable and impactful foundation fundraising strategy and grant writing capacity to our roughly 85 clients – lean and effective nonprofits in need of sustainable funding to carry out their social change missions.

Elevate’s Operations & Marketing Team is comprised of dynamic, bright, and passionate individuals who work behind the scenes to promote Elevate’s mission. This collaborative team is Elevate’s creative problem solvers, efficiency enthusiasts, and business builders.

Elevate seeks dedicated individuals to learn from and support our growing team. Elevate’s Operations & Marketing Internship will include a variety growth opportunities and projects customized to the individual’s career goals.

Responsibilities & Learning Opportunities could include the following:

  • Contribute to outreach efforts to help promote Elevate’s webinars, workshops, and other services;
  • Create content for Elevate’s blog and social media platforms;
  • Engage with clients and followers across Elevate’s social media platforms;
  • Work with Marketing Manager and Client Partnerships team to compile a Client Case Studies and other content that showcases our clients’ work;
  • Shadow a variety of internal Operations, Marketing, Business Development, and Client meetings to learn how these departments work together;
  • Interviewing Elevate staff and creating internal engagement communications;
  • Support Elevate’s Client Partnership team through research and analysis;
  • Contribute to maintaining Elevate’s internal database through data entry and analysis;
  • Improve Elevate’s database usage across departments; and
  • Work with Elevate’s Senior Operations Associate to develop career skills and refine application materials.

Visit the Elevate website to apply.

 

Civic Advisors – Intern

Position Title: Intern, Civic Advisors

Location: Washington, DC

Internship Period: Four months

Civic Advisors is a social impact strategy and consulting firm made up of a team and network of Obama-Biden White House and campaign alumni. Civic Advisors works with clients trying to make an impact, including mission driven companies, non-profits, education institutions, philanthropic organizations, and sports and entertainment leaders across the United States. Civic Advisors’ interns provide essential support to staff members and are integral members of the team.

Position Description
Interns will support Civic Advisors staff members by performing a variety of administrative duties. Projects range from assisting Network members with research, proposal writing, or campaign creation as they complete work for clients, to supporting the digital and communication efforts of Civic Advisors or its clients by managing social media accounts and tracking content.

Interns work hand-in-hand with the Civic Advisors team to provide support as the business strengthens and grows. This requires strong writing skills for drafting and editing content for reports, a positive personality to support relationship management efforts, strong attention to detail for managing spreadsheets and data, and the ability to multitask.

Interns are also responsible for monitoring news and policy updates, and using this information to improve Civic Advisors and its clients’ strategies.

Qualifications:

  • Experience collaborating across an organization and with external partners to develop and implement successful, mission-focused content.
  • Excellent analytical, writing, and communication skills.
  • Ability to take initiative constructively and professionally.
  • An open-minded approach to operating within a dynamic organization.
  • Ability to work with diverse communities and individuals with varying perspectives.

Details: This is a four month (semester-long) internship experience. The position is full-time and based in Washington, DC. We are seeking two (2) interns for this upcoming semester.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to info@civicadvisors.us.

 

National Security Action – Fellow

National Security Action, an advocacy organization dedicated to advancing American global leadership and opposing the reckless policies of the Trump administration, is seeking a fall fellow to supplement the organization’s work from its headquarters in Washington, DC. The fellow will be expected to be available for 12-20 hours per week throughout the fall semester (September-December).

The fellow will form a key part of a small team in a fast-paced start-up environment. The fellow will be counted on to provide timely and comprehensive research and analysis on an array of foreign policy, national security, and related political issues. The role will require the successful candidate to respond to taskings from the organization’s leadership but also would benefit from a self-starter able to identify key research questions and needs on his/her own initiative. The ability to write clearly and concisely is also a must for this position.

Among the fellow’s duties will be to:

  • Work with the organization’s leadership to identify and execute against dynamic research needs.
  • Undertake research tasks to amplify the work of the organization, key policy messages, opposition purposes, or in response to breaking news.
  • Distill research into short memos for leadership and/or messaging vehicles appropriate for public distribution.
  • Assist team in a start-up environment, including with media monitoring and administrative tasks. Assist the organization’s political, legislative, and communications teams on an as-needed basis.

Required Qualifications:

  • We will consider candidates pursuing an undergraduate (juniors or above) or a Master’s degree.
  • Excellent writing skills and attention to detail. Well honed communication skills.
  • Proven analytic skills and capabilities.
  • Capacity to work under deadline pressure.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects.
  • Passionate about foreign policy and national security.
  • Dedicated to advocating for a progressive national security agenda.
  • Ability and desire to be a team-player within a lean and fast-paced environment.
  • The fellow will be expected to be a self-starting team player who helps execute and also has the confidence to bring new ideas to the table.

Application instructions:

Please send a resume, cover letter, and transcript to resumes.natsecaction@gmail.com. No direct emails or phone calls, please.

National Security Action is committed to economic and social justice and does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation or identity, or any other characteristic protected by law. Women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, and members of other historically disenfranchised populations are strongly encouraged to apply.

For more information about National Security Action, please visit our website: www.nationalsecurityaction.org.

 

 

Precision Strategies – Fall Internships (Multiple Departments)

There are companies that do communications really well. Companies that know digital, paid and otherwise. Companies that excel at analytics. We’re the company that does all of that under one roof. We’re not a communications firm trying to learn the internet, or an advertising shop struggling to get smart on data and targeting. We’re an integrated strategy and marketing agency with all the tools to develop and execute campaigns at scale. We bring world-class experts in each of our practice areas — communications, digital, data, advertising, and organization and campaign management — and work with companies and causes to change people’s minds and move them to action.

Precision Strategies is hiring for several fall internship opportunities. Departments hiring interns include:

  • Data and Analytics
  • Advertising
  • Communications
  • Mobilization and Campaign Management
  • Creative Design
  • Creative Video
  • Digital Strategy

For more information about these opportunities, visit http://www.precisionstrategies.com/work-with-us/.

 

Congresswoman Gwen Moore – Fall Internship Opportunities

The Office of Congresswoman Gwen Moore has two offices seeking interns for the fall.

Congressional Internship

Description: Interns will work in a fast-paced Congressional Office, gaining valuable exposure and knowledge of the legislative process and the United States Congress. Intern responsibilities include greeting constituents, handling constituent phone calls, opening and sorting mail, giving Capitol Tours, and assisting staff with administrative tasks. Interns will also have the opportunity to conduct legislative research, assist with correspondence, as well as attend some Capitol Hill briefings, congressional hearings, and press events. This internship is unpaid.

Qualifications: Interns must have a good attitude, strong work ethic, and excellent written and oral communication skills. Successful interns will be able to find information with little assistance, be able to work both independently as well as part of a team environment, and have strong attention to detail. Applicants should have working knowledge of current events and policy topics, as well as an interest in American Government. Wisconsin ties a plus.

Requirements: Interns must be able to commit to at least two full days per week (9:00 am-6:00 pm).

To apply, send resume, cover letter (including availability), and two writing samples to Robert.Montgomery@mail.house.gov

Press Internship

The Office of Congresswoman Gwen Moore (WI-04) is seeking a press intern to assist with a fast-paced communications operation for Fall 2018. Qualified candidates will have strong writing, editing, event planning, social media, graphic design, and photography skills, and be able to work on tight deadlines. Selected candidate will also be expected to perform standard administrative duties.

Intern responsibilities include:

  • Social media content development
  • Event photography
  • Compiling press clips
  • Clipping videos
  • Drafting press releases
  • Answering phones

Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume, a 1-3 page writing sample, and dates of availability to GwenMoorePress.Moore@mail.house.gov with “Press Internship” in the subject field.

 

Senator Tim Kaine’s Communications Team – Fall Internship

Senator Kaine’s official Senate office is looking for a full or part-time press intern who can assist a fast-paced communications office with day-to-day operations beginning in August for the fall semester. Tasks will include tracking press clips, monitoring social media, and assisting with writing projects. Preferred applicants are undergraduate or graduate students residing in the Washington, D.C. area that can preferably work multiple days a week from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Prior internship experience in press and government preferred but not required. Please send a resume and cover letter to Loully_saney@kaine.senate.gov with the subject line Kaine Fall Press Internship.

 

The Corn Refiners Association – Internship Program

The Corn Refiners Association (CRA) is actively recruiting for its Internship Program. The CRA Internship Program is designed to provide current university students and recent graduates with practical experience and an introduction to careers in environmental policy, government relations, or communications.

CRA offers our interns the opportunity for professional growth and development, assigning them interesting and in-depth projects, and exposing them to working professionals at all levels. Interns interact professionally with government officials, corporate executives, advocacy groups and more.

CRA has several paid internship opportunities available. For more information visit, https://corn.org/about-cra/careers/.

 

Intern – Office of Senator Debbie Stabenow

Responsibilities and Qualifications: Intern responsibilities vary greatly and range from assisting with administrative and office duties to working with the press, legislative or constituent services staff. Specific tasks might include assisting with phones, researching an issue, drafting a letter, assisting with office operations (eg. faxing, filing, copying, data entry or mailings), clipping newspapers or attending meetings or events. Interns are given specific areas of responsibility and as broad a range of experiences as possible; they are expected to assist with all office operations, as needed.

An intern’s contributions to the office are important. Punctuality, dependability and a willingness to work hard and pitch-in where needed are all important attributes. Strong computer and writing skills are essential for many intern positions.

Application Process: Internships are volunteer (unpaid) work experiences that provide valuable insight into our government and unique public service opportunities. The number of positions is limited, depending on the number of applicants and available space. Internships in the Washington DC office are competitive because of the number of applicants. Interns must perform services as part of an educational plan and must be appointed on a temporary basis for a total period not exceeding 12 months.

To apply, visit https://www.stabenow.senate.gov/services/for-students/internship-opportunities

 

Intern – Hilltop Public Solutions

The Hilltop internship experience is unlike many others in Washington. Working at Hilltop goes well beyond answering phones and making copies. While such tasks are sometimes part of the job, interns are an integral part of the Hilltop team, which is why we term them intern analysts. Interns provide much of the research and writing support that allows Hilltop staff to attract new business and develop strategy on behalf of clients. On a typical day, a Hilltop intern may be asked to research and write a briefing memo on upcoming attorneys general races around the country, find background information for a client meeting, draft an op–ed on behalf of a coalition Hilltop manages, or write content for a candidate’s website. Hilltop’s intern analysts have the opportunity to work on some of the most exciting policy and political campaigns, develop strong research and analysis skills, and build lasting connections to some of Washington’s leading political minds.

To submit an application, email a resume and cover letter to hr@hilltoppublicsolutions.com.

 

Fellow – Echelon Insights

Unlock insights to help clients make smart choices. Apply right-brained creativity to left-brained analysis. Qualitative or quantitative, structured or unstructured, we use a big toolkit to crack the code on strategy and persuasion and to let data tell meaningful stories.

Our Echelon Insights Fellows will work directly with our partners and analysts to uncover and mine new data sources, synthesize results, and write research reports for our growing base of clients and subscribers. As an Echelon Fellow, you’ll be at the forefront of answering some of the most interesting and burning questions in politics, media, and marketing today. Your work will focus on uncovering the factors that really matter in driving persuasion and organizational effectiveness, integrating multiple data sources to help our clients gain real-time situational awareness of their competition and the challenges ahead.

An Echelon Fellowship offers college students and recent graduates looking to explore a career in market research an opportunity to learn from leaders in the field in a fast-paced, startup environment. Full-time Fellows will earn a stipend of $1,000 per month.

For qualifications and application information visit, https://echelon.applytojob.com/apply/48gIlUL2vo/Echelon-Insights-Fellow

 

Intern – Senate Committee on Finance Office of the Ranking Member

The Senate Committee on Finance Office of the Ranking Member is seeking interns to assist the Committee’s tax team during the fall semester (September-December). The Committee oversees matters relating to taxation and other revenue measures.

Interns routinely assist with legislative research projects, hearings, and other substantive assignments and administrative tasks. Ideal candidates would be public policy graduate students with an interest in tax policy.

Applicants should e-mail a cover letter, resume, 1-2 page writing sample, and two references to the following address in a single PDF document: Democratic_Internships@finance.senate.gov. Should additional questions arise, please contact the Committee at (202) 224-4515.

 

Part-Time Press Secretary – Representative Beto O’Rourke

Rep. Beto O’Rourke (TX-D) is seeking a talented writer to serve as a Part-Time Press Secretary. The ideal candidate must be able to use various social media platforms as the primary means of communicating with constituents. Spanish speakers are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, writing sample, and resume to TX16.Resumes@mail.house.gov with “Part-Time Press Secretary” in the subject line. No calls or drop-ins, please.

 

 

Office of Virginia State Senator Bill DeSteph Jr. – Political Director/Campaign Director

Senator Bill DeSteph, representing Virginia’s 8th Senate District, is now accepting applications for a political director and/or campaign manager. You will lay the groundwork for a successful re-election campaign in 2019, develop a cutting-edge volunteer and field organization, and execute a winning strategy. Prior to the launch of the 2019 campaign, you will be responsible for planning fundraisers, maintaining social media and other communication platforms, along with other duties supporting the candidate.

Qualifications:

  • Hard-working, highly motivated, and excited by campaigns and politics.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Passionate for conservative issues.
  • Possess strong writing, creative and critical thinking skills.
  • Previous campaign experience is preferred.

Please send your resume, a cover letter, and two references to contactbill@billdesteph.com, subject line: Application. The ideal candidate will start around July and serve through the 2019 campaign cycle or beyond.

 

Feel free to contact Jennie Fay, Director of Fellows and Career Programming, at jennie.fay@georgetown.edu to discuss potential opportunities or share postings to be shared with the GU Politics community.

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