Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility (WAGR) Fall Internships:
A Fall internship on the WAGR campaign will give you a broad range of dynamic experience in what makes a state-wide political campaign work – participating in every department with a focus on field, including:
• Support the field program as needed through data management, volunteer recruitment, and voter contact at events
• Support the general campaign effort by participating in campaign meetings and events, drafting communications materials, and doing research
• 15-20 hours a week, at least one weekday evening, over the course of the Fall
• Flexible schedule to split between week days and weekends as needed, can work around a school/work schedule
Your day-to-day work will include everything from representing the campaign at community meetings, recruiting volunteers to call voters, and assisting research efforts as well as administrative responsibilities.
Internships are unpaid, may have opportunities later, and are open to all ages. For students, this experience can typically qualify for school credit.