JOB OPENINGS WITH CENTER FOR CAMPUS ORGANIZING

Center for Campus Organizing cco at igc.apc.org
Wed May 8 15:35:18 MDT 1996


note- the office administrator job previously posted is still
>scheduled to be filled on June 1.  The application deadline is
>May 15 and interviews have begun.
>
>E-mail apps NOT Accepted - please call 617-354-9363 for an application.
>
>
>JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: CENTER FOR CAMPUS ORGANIZING    *POSTED 5/3/96*
>(location:  Harvard Sq., Cambridge, MA)
>
>POSITIONS AVAILABLE WITH NATIONAL GROUP
>PROMOTING CAMPUS ACTIVISM
>
>The Center for Campus Organizing seeks two people for its
>staff at the national office in Cambridge, MA.  You must be
>committed to expanding progressive activism on college
>campuses nationally and interested in learning how to run
>a growing non-profit organization.  We are looking for
>recent student activists and those that have experience
>with community organizing, progressive journalism, or
>non-profit organizations.
>
>CAMPUS ORGANIZER
>* Travel to establish and maintain ties with campus and
>  national organizations, and to conduct workshops on
>  campus organizing.
>* Develop and execute ideas for national campaigns, including
>  Right Wing on Campus Alert
>* Monitor right-wing incidents on campus and nationally.
>* Organize national conferences and retreats.
>* Answer questions by campus activists and design "tip
>  sheets" for common questions.
>
>This is a permanent position, 35 hrs/week. $17,000-$20,000/yr.
>plus benefits.
>
>Qualifications sought:
>* At least 3 years experience in high school and/or college
>  activism, including organizing rallies, press conferences,
>  direct action and civil disobedience, coordinating volunteers.
>* Experience working with students of color, women, labor
>  & class issues, queer students.
>
>
>DIRECTOR, CAMPUS ACTIVISTS' E-MAIL NETWORK (CANET) search extended
>
>* Work with 15 volunteers who facilitate the CANET email discussions
>* Help to put activism resources and membership information on the World
>Wide Web
>* Establish relationships with other groups who to promote student activist
>  communication
>* Promote CANET email discussions and Web page on the Internet
>* Work with CANET advisory board
>
>This is a 1-yr. half-time position, 20 hrs/week. $10,000/yr. plus 1/2 benefits.
>For a computer-savvy person, there are lots of opportunities for consulting
>on the side to augment this half-time salary.
>
>Qualifications sought:
>* excellent organizational and communications skills, particularly via e-mail
>* familiarity with Macintosh applications
>* at least 2 years experience in high school and/or college activism
>
> You can start any time between June 1 and August 15.  Please send a resume
>with a cover letter describing your relevant activist, fundraising,
>journalism, and/or research experience.  Also please answer the questions
>on the application form on reverse.
>
> Start Date around August 10.  Please send a resume with a cover letter
>describing your relevant activist, fundraising, journalism, and/or research
>experience.  Also please answer the questions on the application form on
>reverse.
>
> Applications deadline July 1.  Mail to: Center for Campus Organizing, PO
>Box 748, Cambridge, MA  02142.  Tel. (617) 354-9363.  E-mail applications
>not accepted.  CCO is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
>People of color, women, and gay, lesbian & bisexual persons encouraged to
>apply.
>
>


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Michelle Persard, Center for Campus Organizing
Box 748, Cambridge, MA  02142
Tel.  (617)354-9363    Email:  cco at igc.apc.org




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