Chief of Organizing, Advocacy & Learning, CEEP
Posted by Campus Election Engagement Project on September 14, 2021
Founded in 2008, Campus Election Engagement Project (Campus Elect) is a national nonpartisan 501 c 3 organization whose mission is to increase youth civic power and youth voting, giving emphasis to Black, Indigenous and Youth of Color. At this pivotal time, the landscape for young people understanding, and participating in, our democracy is changing so rapidly that they may never inherit the future we promised. Rigorous novel data collection and analysis are now driving our youth centric voting interventions, and determining what we are scaling. This data driven approach will have a greater impact on increasing young people’s voting and civic power.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief of Organizing, Advocacy & Learning (OA&L) is responsible for planning, and overseeing OA&L’s programmatic activities. The Chief of Organizing, Advocacy & Learning will be responsible for Campus Elect’s impact through team management and development, program delivery, and quality control and evaluation.
This is a remote position, work may be performed anywhere in the United States.
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