For bright, motivated people

Friend —
Know anyone who wants to go above and beyond to help re-elect President Obama in 2012?
Obama for America and Organizing for America are looking for bright, motivated people for our Organizing Fellowship Program — a 12-week program that will be held three times in 2012: during the spring, the summer, and the fall.
Here’s why you should think about it, or pass this along to someone who might be interested in applying: If you’re an Obama organizing fellow, you’ll gain hands-on campaign experience and strengthen your leadership skills, while working in a fast-paced environment. You’ll also learn firsthand about the grassroots efforts that drive this campaign — including recruiting volunteers and developing relationships with supporters in communities across the country.
You’ll also be on the front lines of the work that it will take to win on November 6th, 2012.
If you or someone you know might be interested, apply here or encourage your friends to.
We know that our power lies in the individuals behind this movement, and there’s nothing more important than the one-on-one conversations they have in this campaign — whether while knocking on doors or leading voter registration drives on the weekends. It’s hard work, but it’s one of the most meaningful ways to build this movement.
That’s what we’re looking for in our organizing fellows. And that level of dedication is why many join us as full-time staff after their fellowship is over. I’m living proof of that. Having started as an intern in 2007, I worked my way up through the organization to where I am today — heading up our national training programs.
Applications are being accepted and processed on a rolling basis until the program is full, but it always fills up quickly. Get started here to apply for an organizing fellowship in your state, or make your friends owe you one by passing on this link:
I’m looking forward to hearing from you,
Sara El-Amine
National Training Director
Obama for America


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