Democratic National Committee (DNC) is building up a team of summer trainees who will support the party’s campaign for the 2020 presidential election.
Organizing Corps 2020 – a Democratic party initiative – is recruiting college juniors and students expecting to complete school by June 2020 to spend 8 weeks this summer – June 10, 2019 to August 2, 2019 – to work as field organizers in the presidential election. The objective is to defeat Donald Trump if he happened to be a Republican presidential candidate in 2020.
The Organizing Corps members can earn $4,000 gaining career skills in leadership, project management, and communications while handling election campaigns.
With the message “Democrats can win back the White House on November 3, 2020,” the program kicks off with a five-day national training led by campaign veterans where Corps members will learn key skills in field and digital organizing including data analytics.
Calling all college juniors: 🗣️ Do you want a great summer job *and* to help defeat Trump in 2020? @OrgCorps2020 is training the next generation of campaign organizers. Apply here by the March 17 priority deadline: https://t.co/IxTgcWF4KD pic.twitter.com/4nz4QWuSjb
— The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) March 6, 2019
The selected candidates will work on different campaign areas such as registering voters, recruiting volunteers, setting up a campaign office, hosting a house party, organizing community, and using the data and digital tools to maximize their efforts.
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Organizing Corps 2020 will be in 11 U.S. cities in summer 2019: Atlanta, Charlotte, Detroit, Fayetteville (NC), Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Milwaukee, Orlando, Phoenix, Philadelphia, and Tampa.
The deadline for priority consideration is Monday, March 18, 2019. The regular decision deadline is Monday, April 8, 2019. Corps members will be admitted on a rolling basis.
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