Job Openings

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Open Positions

GOTV Organizing Fellow

At 5.5 hours per week over 11 weeks, GOTV Fellows will assist staff and volunteer phonebank leaders on two virtual phonebanks each week for Sister District's endorsed state legislative candidates. Applications due by July 26, 2022. Interviews will be conducted the first week of August for a 11-week term beginning August 29th and ending November 11th.

Summer Organizing Fellow

At 5.5 hours per week over 11 weeks, Fellows will assist Organizing Department staff in creating new volunteer teams and supporting capacity development of existing teams nationwide. Interviews will be conducted in May 2022 for an 11-week term beginning June 13th. Deadline to apply is May 31st.

About Sister District

Our Programs Work To:

  • Win Elections
  • Develop Legislators
  • Support Organizers
  • Educate and Empower Communities

Since launching in the wake of the 2016 elections, the Sister District Project has grown to over 50,000 volunteers across the country. Our volunteers have raised over $3.6 million in small-dollar donations directly to candidates, and reached out to over 3 million voters via phones, doors, postcards, and texts. For a more detailed look at our work last year, check out our 2021 Impact Report.

We’re also proud to be an organization founded and led by women, including women of color. Four out of five of us quit our jobs to be with Sister District full time.

Electoral Program

Our flagship electoral program works to get Democrats elected to strategic state legislative seats by supporting campaigns with grassroots action. We “sister” volunteers from deep blue districts with carefully targeted races in swing districts, where flipping control of the state legislature will advance progressive policy. Our volunteers canvass, phonebank, write postcards, textbank, and fundraise for candidates. We welcome volunteers and candidates of all genders.

We have a strategic, targeted focus on

(1) flipping Republican-held state chambers

(2) holding fragile Democratic majorities in state chambers, and

(3) making blue inroads in badly gerrymandered states.