Join our campaign to elect Representative Robert Williams to the United States Congress in the 7th Congressional District of South Carolina!
As a veteran, a father, a husband, and a lifelong Democrat - Robert has been working to improve the lives of the citizens of South Carolina for decades. Robert has been a state representative for the 62nd District of South Carolina since 2007.
We are looking for a fundraising intern to join our team immediately. Responsibilities will include:
Networking, fundraising, and helping spread enthusiasm about Robert Williams' congressional campaign.
- More responsibilities may be awarded based upon competency and performance.
The ideal candidate will be a:
Hardworking, motivated, passionate future leader interested in gaining experience and involvement in politics.
Student majoring in policy, politics, government, or other relevant coursework, in addition to those majoring in all other courses of study; however, non-students are encouraged to apply.
Immediately availability and the capacity to intern for at least 20-40 hours per work
Available for evening or weekend work, and those who can be able during normal business hours
Interns can expect to learn:
Critical thinking skills,
Research and Data management skills
Workplace communication and decorum,
An understanding of the skills and knowledge needed for professional success,
An understanding of how political campaigns operate,
And much more.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
This campaign is committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in hiring, in programming, and in all other aspects of the work we do. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are deeply connected to our mission, our success, and to serving the American people. Some organizational priorities include:
Building policies, procedures, and services that uplift and protect everyone and do not lead to inequalities;
Creating teams and relationships among staff, volunteers, and supporters that are reflective of the populations we serve;
Increasing engagement of communities of color, women, those with disabilities, and all people historically shut out of electoral and caucus processes;
Prioritizing the inclusion of diverse communities in internal leadership;
Fostering a culture of open-mindedness, compassion, and inclusiveness;
Creating and maintaining opportunities for engagement, education, and discourse related to issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion; and
Changing the historical culture of inequity and exclusion pervasive in political campaigns.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Campaign recruits, hires, trains, transfers, and promotes qualified candidates on the basis of individual merit and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other basis prohibited by law.