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MPA is committed to an internship program that develops our organization and involves new people who are committed to social change and interested in learning a variety of skills in the work. Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis; funding opportunities are evaluated on an individual basis.
MPA strongly encourages women, people of color, young people, and members of the LGBTQ community to apply.
Please use our online form to apply for an internship with MPA.
Questions regarding the application process should be directed to Ben at email@example.com or 207-797-0967
Phone Canvass Manager
The primary duty of the Phone Canvass Manager is to serve in a leadership capacity within the MPA phone canvass team: promoting a positive morale, leading team meetings, training canvass staff, ensuring proper paperwork procedures, setting the standard for fundraising success and working with the Member Programs Director and State Canvass Director to plan for the growth of the MPA phone canvass into the future. Secondarily, the Phone Canvass Manager has responsibility for selected administrative projects in the Portland office. The position reports directly to the Member Programs Director and the State Canvass Director.
A qualified applicant should possess:
- A strong commitment to MPA's mission of achieving social, economic, environmental and racial justice
- Strong communication skills
- Previous management or supervisory experience
- Ability to multi-task in a challenging fast-paced work environment
- Fundraising Experience
Hours: 4:00 -- 9:00 Monday -- Friday
Position is part-time (25 hrs/wk). Please send letter of interest, resume, and references who can address applicant's relevant experience via e-mail to Daniel@mainepeoplesalliance.org. Applications are due by close of business, Dec 6th.
Phone Organizers are responsible for acting as a communications and fundraising liaison between MPA and our members. Responsibilities include updating members on current issues and campaigns and negotiating contributions.
Potential candidates must possess strong communication skills and a commitment to MPA's mission of achieving social, economic, environmental, and racial justice.
Please email resume to Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-797-0967.
MPA is hiring field organizers in Portland and Bangor to make a difference on issues that matter to everyday Mainers. Our success hinges on our ability to engage everyday people in a powerful and strategic grassroots campaign. Field organizing is the foundation of our grassroots infrastructure, allowing us to recruit members, raise money, generate grassroots action and build political power amongst key constituencies.
Qualifications: Excellent communication skills.
Our field organizers will have the opportunity to talk with hundreds of Maine people, organize press conferences, lobby our state and national representatives, and learn what it takes to be a great organizer. Current campaign positions are focused on identifying and mobilizing voters to support progressive economic policies like raising the minimum wage, but there are also opportunities for employment beyond the current campaign and for career-building advancement. We have leadership/career opportunities available for those that demonstrate the commitment and skills to excel at the job. Pay ranges from $480 per week.
Interested candidates should contact:
Helen in Portland
Megan in Bangor