The national nonpartisan Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is seeking new staff to help with their work helping colleges and universities motivate America’s 20 million students to register to vote, navigate daunting voting laws, educate themselves on candidates and issues, volunteer in campaigns, and turn out at the polls. CEEP teaches administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students. They are looking for an Arizona State Director, a Florida Assistant State Director, and a Southern regional staffer who will engage campuses in Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
CEEP is looking for staffers to do outreach, build and maintain partnerships with faculty, staff, administrators and students at those states’ major two-year and four-year colleges and universities.
The ideal candidates will have a proven ability to foster strong relationships and stay organized while working on long-term projects. They’ll be committed to developing new ideas and promoting CEEP’s established models of engagement, like CEEP’s Master 7 Key Ways engagement roadmap, while working with administrators, faculty and staff, plus student leaders and allied organizations, to engage the campuses in the state. This positions would be ideal for a grad student, or strong community activist, like a recent grad. They’re open to both full-time and part-time applicants.
Descriptions attached and also on the CEEP website.